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Clerks 2 Movie Review
Since we’re on the subject of Clerks from last week, how about we take a look at the sequel to Smith’s first movie? It came out 12 years after the original, but what’s a decade to a legion of rabid fans? I’ll tell you: it was an abominable eternity.

Clerks Movie Review
Another film I covered briefly in my Kevin Smith top 5. It's time to talk a bit more in-depth about the film that made Smith's career and inspired a generation to believe that maybe, just maybe, things get better once you stop complaining about them, even though complaining is so much easier.

A Million Ways to Die in the West Movie Review
This film was hyped up as the next great comedy western by the minds who brought the world Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad. In truth, it was just a comedy western written by the guys who brought us Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad, some of the most polarizing shows released in recent memory.

Kung Fury Movie Review
On the twenty-eighth of May, two thousand and fifteen, the greatest half-hour movie of the 1980s premiered on the internet. I watched it. You guys, I have to talk to you about it. It’s all just… too much to speak of here. Click the link.

You’re Welcome America Movie Review
Hey America. George W. Bush here. I've commandeered this portly young man's web site to talk about the greatest movie about me, by me, and for me. Check it out!

Super Troopers Movie Review
Super Troopers is the breakout film of comedy troupe Broken Lizard, about a group of dysfunctional highway police officers. The film is so well-regarded that its long-awaited sequel has crowd funded over four million dollars. Here’s a review of the original as we wait for the new one.

The Kentucky Fried Movie Review
Go way back in John Landis’s “Director” listing on IMDB and you find this film that, if you own the physical copy of Animal House, you’ll see credited to him on the back of the box. Well, curiosity got the best of me, so here I am, ready to talk to you about it. Strap in, kids.

No Holds Barred Movie Review
Are you ready for an unprecedented display of strength and determination? Well, strap in and get yourself ready for an adventure so tough, so manly, so ‘80s, you just might dookie yourself.

Dumb and Dumber Movie Review
Remember a couple weeks ago when I reviewed Dumb and Dumber To and said it wasn’t all that great? Well, It’s about time I talk about the first part of the story, to remember the times gone past, tales of dog cars and mustard and ketchup fountains gone by. Time to get dumb, before dumb was cool.

Vegas Vacation Movie Review
Listen up, everyone - the movie remake/sequelitis trend is nothing new. Take this piece from 1997, using characters that hadn’t had a movie in eight years. And since Hollywood is willing to resurrect anything, there’s a new movie in the series set to come out this summer!

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