This film reminds me of a Steven Wright joke: I went to 24 hour convenience store where the clerk was locking up just as I arrived, so I said, "what are you doing, you're supposed to be open 24 hours?" & the clerk replied, "not in a row." This film has a $27,000 budget, a script that crams as many quirky scenes & dialogue that it can into one day at a convenience store, and a cast that carries the film with relatively believable execution.
Must enjoy potty humour and are a bit of a negative nelly to enjoy its nuances; either that, or you are in fact a conveniece store clerk and your life truly does suck.
A definite comedic classic Indie film from the 90's. Kevin Smith's directorial debut about a couple of twenty-somethings jockeying a convenience/video store in New Jersey. I first saw the film in the late 90's when I was a teenager and became an instant View Askew fan from then on.
Was funny when I saw it the first time (ten years ago), but has not aged well.
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