Mallrats

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"They're not there to shop. They're not there to work. They're just there."
  • R
  • 1995
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 7.0  (128,348)
  • 41

In the mid-90s, the notorious Kevin Smith wrote and directed a comedy that quickly became a cult classic. This raunchy and somewhat absurd film is called Mallrats, and tells the story of two best friends who desperately want their girlfriends back. The film follows T.S. Quint (Jeremy London), who has just been dumped by his girlfriend Brandi Svenning (Claire Forlani) due to his lack of ambition. His best friend and roommate Brodie Bruce (Jason Lee) is also going through a breakup with his girlfriend Rene Mosier (Shannen Doherty). They both decide to go to the mall to try and win their girlfriends back.

Once at the mall, the duo encounter several characters including Jay and Silent Bob (played by Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith himself) who are selling drugs and causing trouble, and William Black (Ethan Suplee), a young man who is pursuing a relationship with a girl by asking her ridiculous questions about superheroes.

Throughout the film, T.S. and Brodie encounter a series of ridiculous and hilarious situations as they try to win back their girlfriends. Along the way, they uncover a plot to sabotage Brandi's father's game show by her ex-boyfriend, which leads to further chaos and a race against time to save the show.

One of the most iconic scenes in the film involves Brodie and T.S. attempting to win back their girlfriends by participating in a game show called "Truth or Date" in front of a live audience. The cringe-worthy moments that follow are sure to leave viewers laughing and shaking their heads in disbelief.

Mallrats is a film that is filled with humor and pop-culture references that were popular in the mid-90s. Kevin Smith masterfully creates a world that is absurd and humorous, while still being relatable to anyone who has ever gone through a breakup. The film is also known for its use of a comic book-style opening credit sequence and its use of cameos from several comic book artists.

What makes Mallrats such a beloved film is its ability to capture the humor and absurdity of everyday life in a relatable way. It's a film that doesn't take itself too seriously, but still manages to convey a deeper message about the importance of friendship and the nature of love.

The performances in Mallrats are top-notch, with each actor bringing their own unique energy and humor to their respective roles. Jason Lee, in particular, stands out as the quick-witted and sarcastic Brodie, while Shannen Doherty brings a strong and confident presence to her role as Rene.

Overall, Mallrats is a film that perfectly captures the spirit of the mid-90s and the humor of Kevin Smith's writing. It's an unapologetically crude and irreverent film that is sure to leave viewers laughing and feeling a little bit better about themselves. If you're in the mood for a comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously, then Mallrats is definitely worth a watch.

Mallrats is a 1995 romance movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.0 and a MetaScore of 41.

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  • Release Date
    1995
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 34 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (128,348)
  • Metascore
    41