Overall Rank: 4313
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 245
Theatrical Release Date: 07/21/2006
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Kevin Smith
Actors: Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson, Trevor Fehrman, Jason Mewes, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith
Plot: Ten years after the events in Clerks, Dante and Randal's beloved Quick Stop burns down and they find themselves at Mooby's, a fast food restaurant. With Dante about to leave New Jersey for a sweet married life in Florida, Randal prepares the ultimate going-away party.
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 05/30/2019
"Clerks II" is funny, but disposable, because much like the Quick Stop from the original, the perceptiveness of the vulgar sense of humor is sadly absent.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 11/27/2012
A less imaginative sequel to the ground-breaking comedy, Clerks II hasn't been received as well as its predecessor. Set aside from the original movie, Clerks II is a really funny movie and has loveable characters, and another story people can relate to. It makes you ask yourself; How far would you let yourself change to get ahead in the rat race? Dante and Randal's friendship is more concentrated than in the first which makes it a more enjoyable and softer movie to watch than the first. This is a must-see for fans of the first and most comedy movie lovers. Great movie in its own right; just not as groundbreaking as the first.
Yojimbo - wrote on 05/25/2012
Dante and co are now in their 30s and still flipping burgers, but now spouting cumbersome, self absorbed drivel at each other. Kevin Smith should try sticking his head out of the door and look at the world around him; every one else has moved on. This is utterly obnoxious crap that reminded me of the scene in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? when Bette Davis dressed up as a little girl in a desperate attempt to recapture her long-gone glory days. Embarrassingly dreadful.
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Lee - wrote on 03/04/2013
This is one of those films that i would've never rented or seen in the theatre on my own recognition however once seeing it now remains in my fave movies of all time list (#49 out of 100 to be exact) It is also the film that introduced me to Kevin Smith. Well the main reason for this weekends re-watch of this great and funny film was my son had yet to see it (He loved it too). Much like director Judd Apatow, Kevin Smith has a major niche for creating awesome dialogue between his charectors for example the scene in which Randall (Jeff Anderson) picks on a dork who comes in to Mooby's for some food and fellow co-worker and super nerd Elias Grover (Trevor Ferhman) for their love of The Lord Of The Rings movies saying thatt all 3 films are about the charectors walking aroun and that there …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 03/13/2008
This sequel doesn't feel as "indie" as its predecessor but I still managed to see the good in it. I must salute Rosario Dawson for lighting up every scene she's in. I can't put my finger on it but every time she smiles, I feel lighter and was very interested in what she's got to say. I also enjoyed the bit regarding the "Star Wars" versus "The Lord of the Rings." That scene with Kevin Weisman was nothing short of utter hilarity and brilliance. I enjoyed him in "Alias" and seeing him here made me quite nostalgic. The only factor that felt somewhat forced was the Jay and Silent Bob characters. They were funny at first but it got rendundant. Although this movie is more self-aware than the first, I did like its change of tone. I thought it was a good move for Kevin Smith to not try and …
brendoman - wrote on 12/07/2007
The movie was hilarious. As Kevin himself said, if he didn't make any more View Askewniverse movies(not that he won't, he still might down the road) this and Clerks make great bookends for the series. I think Elias, played by Trevor Fehrman surprised me the most. He did an amazing job. Kevin also did a great job casting Rosario Dawson. I am now in love with her. Dante & Randal's dynamic was great as always. It's good to see Jeff Anderson in a starring role again. I love that guy. So that's pretty much how I feel about Clerks 2. I definitely want to watch it again. I will warn you that, like the rest of Kevin's flicks (except Jersey Gir)l, it's a very hard R. So if you have a problem with that, don't see the movie or wait for the watered down TV version, which will probably be hilarious.
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