Clerks II (2006)

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Critic Consensus: Clerks II dishes up much of the graphic humor and some of the insight that made the 1994 original a cult hit.

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The continuing tale of Dante and Randal, two slackers who find that life must change now that they are in their thirties, when it's time to grow up and do something more than just sit around, dissect pop culture and talk about sex.
Rating:
R (for pervasive sexual and crude content including aberrant sexuality, strong language and some drug material)
Genre:
Comedy , Drama
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
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Runtime:
Studio:
MGM

Cast

Brian O'Halloran
as Dante Hicks
Jeff Anderson
as Randal Graves
Kevin Smith
as Silent Bob
Jason Lee
as Lance
Ben Affleck
as Gawking Guy
Earthquake
as Husband
Scott Mosier
as Concerned Father
Rachel Larratt
as Counter Girl With Ear Guy
Jake Richardson
as Teen No.1
Ethan Suplee
as Teen No.2
Sarah Ault
as Catholic Schoolgirl No. 1
Lalida Sujjavasin
as Catholic Schoolgirl No. 2
Gail Stanley
as Elias' Mom
Bruce MacIntosh
as Elias' Dad
Kevin Weisman
as Hobbit Lover
Steven Rau
as Diner No. 1
Mike Tsucalas
as Diner No. 2
Joey Figueroa
as Customer No. 1
Mike Cecconi
as Customer No. 2
Ethan Jensen
as Tumbling Customer
Zak Knutson
as Sexy Stud
Harley Quinn Smith
as Kid in Window
Ed Janda
as Fireman
Byron Stanley
as Bank Manager
Walter Flanagan
as Pack-o-Smokes Guy
Grace Smith
as Milk Maid
Rebecca Lin
as Dancer
Joel Manning
as Dancer
Jason Beitel
as Dancer
Jason Yribar
as Dancer
Kenny Wormaid
as Dancer
Marty Kudelka
as Dancer
Nancy O'Meara
as Dancer
Reshma Gajjar
as Dancer
Bobbie Bates
as Dancer
Bryan Anthony
as Dancer
Carey Ysais
as Dancer
Cheryl Baxter
as Dancer
Desi Jevon
as Dancer
Gordon Hart
as Dancer
Jenna Stewart
as Dancer
Kelly Cooper
as Dancer
Ken Baldwin
as Dancer
Katie Malia
as Dancer
Ryan Thomas
as Dancer
Bryan Anthony
as Dancer
Joe Manning
as Dancer
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Critic Reviews for Clerks II

All Critics (160) | Top Critics (40)

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May 12, 2009
Orlando Sentinel
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Full Review… | October 17, 2008
NPR.org
Top Critic

While the film is rude and raucous throughout, it doesn't have a bad bone in its body, providing a joyous, celebratory swansong for the beloved characters.

Full Review… | September 21, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Clerks II strikes its deepest chords when it appeals to the emotional security of a passionately provincial status quo.

August 3, 2006
New York Observer
Top Critic

It has a more authentic everyday feel than a lot of movies. But it's also very talky and philosophical for a comedy, which would be okay, except the philosophy is kind of shallow.

July 24, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

I like these characters a lot.

July 24, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Clerks II

½

 

   
   

Super Reviewer

Tries to break new frontiers when it comes to bad taste and humor below the belt and actually manages that, for good or for worse. Thankfully the second half shows some heart under all the piss and sperm jokes and the ending is quite sweet. Like in the modern classic predecessor the best parts are the discussions of pop culture although they do not quite feel as original here, sometimes even a bit forced. Still, overall enjoyable if you're no prude.

Jens S.
Jens S.

Super Reviewer

Clerks II may not be such a cult-like hit as its predecessor but it does heighten up the amount of obscenity, vulgarity and overall raunchiness. The film's obscure humor is over-the-top and story provides insight and somewhat sentiment to make this a more-than-decent sequel. 4/5

Eugene Bernabe
Eugene Bernabe

Super Reviewer

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