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Clerks - 10th Anniversary Edition (3 Disc DVD Special Edition Box Set) £4.49 (Possibly Cheaper) + Free Delivery @ CD Wow
Clerks - 10th Anniversary Edition (3 Disc DVD Special Edition Box Set) £4.49 (Possibly Cheaper) + Free Delivery @ CD Wow

Clerks - 10th Anniversary Edition (3 Disc DVD Special Edition Box Set) £4.49 (Possibly Cheaper) + Free Delivery @ CD Wow

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Made for less than the cost of an SUV, Kevin Smith's first film finds 22-year-old Quick Stop clerk Dante Hicks (Brian O'Halloran) called into work on his precious day off. There he is besieged by customers ranging from the agitated to the insane, not to mention Randal (Jeff Anderson), the clerk from the video store next door whose commitment to service is made clear when he observes, "This job would be great if it wasn't for the ****ng customers." Dante's love life is a shambles, and the situation at the store goes from bad to worse, but he and Randal are never so beleaguered that they can't find time to discuss why the destruction of the Death Star in Return Of The Jedi may have been morally dubious (uninvolved contractors were probably aboard). In fact, it was the clerks' clever dialogue, saturated with pop-culture references, that elevated Clerks to cult-hit status among Generation-Xers and transformed Kevin Smith from film school dropout to indie auteur. Smith himself plays Silent Bob, while Jason Mewes plays Jay, his drug-dealing other half. Together the duo provide added comic relief, continuity, and wisdom in each of the the director's films.

Special Features:

Theatrical version with cast and crew commentary and enhanced playback track
Original unrated version with new cast and crew commentary
The Snowball Effect documentary
Animated missing scene
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary
Jay and Silent Bob TV spots
Flying Car short from The Tonight Show
10th Anniversary Q&A
Original audition tapes
Music video
Still photo gallery
Trailers and more

Release AudioDolby Digital 5.1 (English)
Dolby Digital 2.0 (English)
Additional InfoRelease Languages: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Length: 100 mins
Certificate: 18
Encoding: PAL
No. of Discs: 3
Aspect Ratio: 1.85
Format: DVD - Custom
Interactive Menus: Yes
Scene Selection: Yes
Theatrical Trailer: Yes

9 Comments

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Right now; the price is £4.34
CD Wow have a promotion on that ends, erm 50 minutes ago; but they've obviously not hit the "cancel promotion" Function key or something.
Anyway, I'll expect it to change shortly, but anyone quick enough might be lucky enough to buy at £4.34. However, if it does go back to £4.99, use the attached 5p off voucher to buy for £4.49

great price for 2 amazing films! heat added

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great price for 2 amazing films! heat added



it's actually 2 different versions of the same film. each version has a seperate commentary though, & the kevin smith commentaries are usually worth the full price of the dvd alone.

plus, this dvd set has my favorite piece of kevin smith's work, The Flying Car.

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The second film is better

Clerks is a great film. Unfortunately since then everything that Kevin Smith has made has been a disappointment to varying degrees. Clerks 2 is almost unwatchable, it is so bad. A classic example of ego overtaking talent. Only a personal opinion of course.....

Still voted hot though.

Classic stuff. While I agree Smith has never really matched this quality again, I do think the rest of his stuff is most definitely watchable, funny, and always good to pass an hour or two.

out of stock

this film did not age well
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