Ratings & Reviews
- Introduction by Kevin Smith
- Oh, what a lovely tea party: the making of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
- Classic commentary circa '95
- Enhanced playback track
- The first cut version
- Clerks: the last scene - animated short
- "The Flying Car"
- MTV Spots with Jay & Silent Bob
- Theatrical trailer
- Soul Asylum "Can't Even Tell" music video
- Original Clerks auditions
- "Snowball Effect: The Story of Clerks"
- "Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary" with intro by Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier
- Outtakes from "Snowball Effect"
- 10th anniversary Q&A
When Dante Hicks (Brian O'Halloran) is reluctantly put in charge of the Quick Stop market on his day off, he tries, though half-heartedly, to perform his minimum-wage duties as efficiently as possible. This gets tough amidst the on-going fight with his girlfriend, Veronica (Marilyn Ghigliotti), and his attempt to get back together with his ex-girlfriend, Caitlyn Bree (Lisa Spoonhauer). Meanwhile, his friend and alter ego Randall (Jeff Anderson) is working behind the counter of the adjacent video store -- at least when he feels like it. Randall's unabashed disdain of his place of employment, a long with his self-admitted hatred towards its customers is a sharp contrast to Dante's feeble attempts at the niceties of customer service. Much of the film consists of Randall and Dante's criticism of their customers, their lives, and the world in general. Clerks, filmed in black-and-white on a budget of only $27,000, began the career of writer director Kevin Smith, who would go on to make Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997), Dogma (1999), and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Brian O'Halloran - Dante Hicks
- Jeff Anderson - Randal
- Marilyn Ghigliotti - Veronica
- Lisa Spoonauer - Caitlin Bree
- Jason Mewes - Jay