This is a deeply religious movie with strong moral overtones and an solid core of existential theory running through it. Our heroes must come to terms with their place in the world and learn how to stretch their own minds to release their inner sanctity. Once accomplished, only then will they realise the true nature of the universe and achieve everlasting happiness.
Or, it’s a rather amusing comedy from Kevin Smith about a couple of guys pushing burgers who discover friendship is stronger than a small fire, and that you should look at that which you take for granted for the love you so dearly need.
Funny, light-hearted, good natured and surreal in a Blues Brothers way, Clerks II was worth watching and has given me an appetite to check out Mr Smith’s other films.
Edit: I know right, you’re thinking omfg how can he NOT have seen any Kevin Smith movies? I know, so sue me. I’m fixing that right now, it was like, I knew they were there, but I just felt, I dunno, ok? right? is that clear?