Tag Archives: Kevin Smith
2006. 124 minutes. PG-13.
“I steal library books.On purpose. I have them from every town I lived in. Grady never knew that.”
I’ve never stolen a library book. I’ve never been to Boulder, CO. And I’ve never slapped a guy, then kissed him. Still, I find Catch And Release so compelling I’ve watched it multiple times, and I’m not sure why; really, it’s not that good (maybe I just find Timothy Olyphant incredibly sexy. Or Jennifer Garner...).
Quote : People just do the strangest things when they believe they’re entitled. But they do even stranger things when they just plain believe.
I won’t retell the story, you should read Jessica’s post first. So I will pick a couple points I really thought were good additions.
2011. 88 minutes. Rated R
Red State, directed by Kevin Smith, is classified as a horror movie (well, maybe if you showed it at the Democratic National Convention…)
This guy kept the tradition of offensive-push-the-envelope comedy alive during a time when there wasn’t a ton of it being made on film. He basically carried the torch that would once have been handled by guys like Woody Allen, and Mel Brooks and could be passed on to the likes of Wes Anderson and Judd Apatow.
Rated R 1997 113 minutes
Archie and Jughead were lovers. I never know when to tone down a joke, I think I get it from Jason Lee.
Quote: You gotta handle it like CNN and the Weather Channel: constant updates.
Seriously, just a fun flick and straight up… educational. We can learn A LOT of life lessons from this film. Lots of lessons about men, women, relationships, our own insecurities, acceptance and tolerance for those who are different. It points out the fact that these monumental differences we build up between each other are really just little details.