Wed, 6 August 2014
The 1992 Sundance Class was a springboard for a few talented filmmakers, one being a New Jersey film nerd named Kevin Smith. Shooting a film while clerking at a local convenience store, his brand of off-kilter humor with stirring dialog made him an overnight sensation with the critics. But does his film about two minimum wage slackers worth the admiration or does is it more off-putting than an Eggman? Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.
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