Yoga Hosers (2016)
Critic Consensus: Undisciplined, unfunny, and bereft of evident purpose, Yoga Hosers represents a particularly grating low point in Kevin Smith's once-promising career.
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as Colleen Collette
as Colleen McKenzie
as Guy Lapointe
as Yogi Bayer
as Adrien Arcand
as Ms. Wicklund
as Old Man Arcane
as Toilet Paper Man
as Bob Collette
as Hunter Calloway
as Gordon Greenleaf
as Rogue Cop
as Ms. McKenzie
as Ms. Maurice
as Goalie Golem
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Critic Reviews for Yoga Hosers
What makes Smith a dynamic podcaster -- his shambolic, off-the-cuff storytelling -- is his undoing as a filmmaker.
If the creators of South Park had made it, Yoga Hosers might have been hysterical.
The entire film has the strange feel of watching an elaborately produced home movie to be played at a holiday party rather than a movie theater.
Writer-director-comic-book-artist-cult-figure Kevin Smith's latest exercise in questionable taste goes literally from bad to wurst.
It all seems like something that was hatched during a particularly neuron-impaired free-association game.
Smith seems to have soured to the idea of making films for anyone outside his circle of fans, podcast co-hosts, and family members. Yoga Hosers, the latest feature-length podcast digression from Smith, proves how small that circle really is.
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The girls are not bad, but the movie is just crap. Not funny.
From Kevin Smith comes the horror-comedy Yoga Hosers, the second entry in his True North trilogy. The story follows two convenience store clerks who get charged with murder when a party goes wrong, and to prove their innocence they team up with a private detective to hunt down a group of diminutive creatures who live beneath their store and are behind a string of murders. Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp lead the cast, and while Depp has a magnetic screen presence (like her father), Smith is death weight. The characters are poorly written, and the story is incredibly dumb. And, the humor isn't really that funny; lacking the clever wit of Kevin Smith's earlier films. Yet there are some fun cameos that longtime fans will enjoy, and the soundtrack is really well-done. But Yoga Hosers is little more than a vehicle for Kevin Smith and Johnny Depp to showcase (and work with) their daughters, and it all falls flat.
The story didn't really fit but the energy of the film works well. Kevin Smith still has some banter left in those fingers and I think it is a shame he is spends too much time with these comic book tv shows. The over the top style is fitting and all the characters are having a great time so it's hard not to be swept up in the fun. The film will divide audiences and I can see why people don't like it, certain people think Mallrats is a giant waste of time, not me though. Not without flaws but hardly the debacle people are painting it to be, these films are for certain fans so the isolation to the mainstream audience is clearly evident.
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