Mallrats (1995)

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Both dumped by their girlfriends, two best friends seek refuge in the local mall.

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  • Jason Lee and Jeremy London in Mallrats (1995)
  • Jason Lee and Jeremy London in Mallrats (1995)
  • Shannen Doherty at an event for Mallrats (1995)
  • Shannen Doherty in Mallrats (1995)
  • Shannen Doherty and Jason Lee in Mallrats (1995)

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30 April 2001 | kergillian
7
| You can't go wrong with Kevin Smith!!
Granted, it's weaker than his other three films to date. On the other hand, a weak Kevin Smith movie is stronger than a strong film by most other writers/directors. This film is hilarious! It takes mall culture to a higher level! A good contrast to Richard Linklater's/Eric Bogosian's Suburbia, though it's better than Suburbia in most ways. Many of the pop culture refs and the satire of young adult life make this film even cooler! And how the hell did he get Stan Lee to appear? (And he was surprisingly really good!)

This is Shannen Doherty's best role (mainly because she's hardly ever on screen;), Jason Lee's best role, and Jeremy London's best role (not to be confused with twin brother Jason who was the awesome Randall Pink Floyd in Dazed and Confused...though Ben Affleck and Joey Lauren Adams were both in Dazed as well...)

Look for an amusing role played by Ethan Suplee (Seth in American History X)

Overall: this film just plain rocks! It's got great quirky writing, great direction, solid acting, a three-nippled topless clairvoyant, a hilarious love connection parody, a 15 year old nympho (played by the amusing Claire Forlani), Stan Lee...what more could one ask for?? It's not his best, it has flaws, but it's still classic Smith! An easy 7/10!

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