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From Kevin Smith, the acclaimed director of Clerks, comes this outrageous story of two loafers, Jeremy London (The Babysitter) and Jason Lee (Kissing a Fool), who spend way too much time hanging out at the mall. When Brodie (Lee) is dumped by his girlfriend, Shannen Doherty (Heathers, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun), he retreats to the mall with his best friend T.S. (London), whose girlfriend has also left him. Between brooding and visits to the food court, the unmotivated twosome decide to win their girlfriends back with the help of the ultimate delinquents, Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) and Jay (Jason Mewes), whose continuing adventures take the word "nuisance" to a whole new level.
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Critics Consensus: Mallrats colorfully expands the View Askewniverse, even if its snootchie has lost a few of the bootchies boasted by its beloved predecessor.
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Common Sense Says
'90s Kevin Smith slacker classic has sex, drugs, cursing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this '90s film targets an older teen audience. Characters are offensive: Some are promiscuous or selfish, and they use frequent profanity (constant use of "f--k" and "s--t") and sexually charged language. A woman rubs her nipples to tell the future. Scenes involve topless women, and there's a sex scene between an adult and a 15-year-old-girl. The main characters are drug dealers. Several references are made to marijuana; reefer is shown. There are also references to getting high and overdoses.
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- Release Date:October 20, 1995
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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