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cervv over 2 years ago
cool movie
Kelsey Mayfield almost 3 years ago
Less about the woman's bisexuality and more about the dude's issues with it.
Molly Flanagan over 4 years ago
Intriguing story about human sexuality with the usual witty lines from a Smith film.
Della Price 6 years ago
A brilliant look at society and sexuality.
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Interesting look at gender roles- Afflecks eventual conclusion though concise is baffling!
Kimberly Hurlbut over 6 years ago
Huge Kevin Smith Fan but not one of my top faves of the Jay/Silent Bob movies.
Brendan Keevers over 6 years ago
Such good comedy, and a young Affleck! Not as good as Mallrats but still pretty funny.
Daniel Jones over 6 years ago
Kevin Smith takes a swing at brilliant and connects. Wish he had more of these in him.
John Mitchell almost 7 years ago
So brilliant. Funny, well-written and well-acted.
ARTISTNPOET 11 months ago
Mike Parsons over 1 year ago
linda almost 2 years ago
abbie gilfilen almost 2 years ago
matthew olsen 2 years ago
Manu 2 years ago
Daniel McCoy 2 years ago
Chasing Amy is a 1997 romantic comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith. The central tension revolves around sexuality, sexual history, and evolving friendships. It is the third film in Smith's View Askewniverse series. The film contains explicit sexual dialogue, and was originally inspired by a brief scene from an early movie by a friend of Smith's. In Guinevere Turner's Go Fish, one of the lesbian characters imagines her friends passing judgment on her for "selling out" by sleeping with a man. Kevin Smith was dating star Joey Lauren Adams at the time he was writing the script, which was also partly inspired by her. The film won two awards at the 1998 Independent Spirit Awards (Best Screenplay for Smith and Best Supporting Actor for Jason Lee). Holden McNeil (Ben Affleck) and Banky Edwards (Jason Lee) are comic book artists and lifelong friends. Holden is the calmer, more reasonable of the duo; Banky, meanwhile, is the caustic and short-tempered half. Everything is going well...
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