|A little drawing to emphasize that this article is an opinion.|
What you’re about to read is strictly a person’s opinion, no matter how accurate it may seem or how much you agree with the thoughts being presented it’s still just one person’s very agreeable opinion.
How It Started
|The VHS options 90s teens were left to choose from on a wintery Saturday night. There is only so many times in a row that a kid can watch Video Owner's Manual.|
The 13-year-old in me loves Mallrats (1995) and watches it with all my friends on Saturday evenings while hanging out my parent’s basement. The 19-year-old cynic in me thinks Clerks (1994) is a clever and witty movie that seamlessly incorporates pop culture references with a well thought out script. The human being in me realizes that’s where the positive accolades end. Two mediocre films from the 1990s is the director Kevin Smith’s best contribution to the world.
|An example of a better contribution to the world. Granted it's an example of how Hollywood will always make awesome things suck but it was a valuable life lesson to 90s kids everywhere.|
|This is how you make an interconnecting universe of stories.|
|We stand corrected, no one cold ever tell he's the same actor. Affleck is just too talented.|
Is it Really Acting?
|This is real acting!|
|This is the only Kevin Smith the world wants as its hero. It's too bad he only played a villain.|
|We guess he never for the "Less is More" memo!|
|There just aren't words to describe it.|