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Kevin Smith's follow-up to his unexpected hit Clerks details the pointless story of T.S. (Jeremy London) and Brodie (Jason Lee), two suburban New Jersey slackers who decide to head to the mall in search of solace after being dumped by their girlfriends (Shannon Doherty and Claire Forlani, respectively). There the two young men machinate to appear on a game show being staged and also manage to meet comic-book magnate Stan Lee. However, complications arise when the girls show up.~ Jeremy Beday, All Movie Guide


  • Shannen Doherty
  • Jeremy London
  • Jason Lee
  • Claire Forlani
  • Ben Affleck
  • Joey Lauren Adams
  • Renée Humphrey
  • Jason Mewes
  • Ethan Suplee
  • Stan Lee

Did You Know?


  • During production, a television movie (Clerks. (1995)) based on Kevin Smith's film Clerks (1994) was being filmed.
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  • When Silent Bob is riding on the toy truck, a fishing line can be seen pulling the truck in the wide shot of Bob in front of Lafours.
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    • [Brodie picks up a controller and continues a paused video game]
    • Rene: What are you doing? You promised me breakfast.
    • Brodie: Breakfast, shmreakfast. Look at the score, for Christ's sake. It's only the second period and I'm up 12 to 2. Breakfasts come and go, Rene, but Hartford, "the Whale," they only beat Vancouver once, maybe twice in a lifetime.
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The slapstick would put Curly and Moe to shame. The raunch is crude as often as it is clever.

Metacritic review by Staff [Not Credited]
Staff [Not Credited]
USA Today

There are several painfully awkward dead spots in Mallrats where nothing works -- not the dialogue, the acting, or the direction.

Metacritic review by James Berardinelli
James Berardinelli

Strains through buckets of verbiage and muddled plot to seize only a few dopey laughs.

Metacritic review by Peter Stack
Peter Stack
San Francisco Chronicle