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Clerks III

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From Lionsgate UK, Clerks III – Kevin Smith’s comedic sequel and conclusion in the trilogy – will have a digital release on 14th November, followed by Blu-ray and DVD releases later on 26th December. Paramount chose not to employ additional color correction, but instead consulted original IB Technicolor prints and matched the look from there. He was the only one who didn’t do the photo op years back when they were trying to get it made, but Kevin said Ben wanted to work with him again and told him about Twilight of the Mallrats.

For them, and for me personally, occasionally checking in with Dante and Randal has always been an enjoyable experience.

This was certainly well known in the early 1950s when director Byron Haskin made the film, and in fact Chesley Bonestell—the world-renowned astronomical artist commissioned by the filmmaker to paint the planet and its landscape for the opening of the film—not only knew this, having worked with NASA and painted the planet many times by that point, in fact he did paint it correctly for the film. Whether it works tonally is another matter, but it’s so well done and so effective with astonishingly strong performances and visuals that it makes up for any of the film’s shortcomings. We’re Not Even Supposed to Be Here Today is a great companion to the documentaries made about the previous films ( Snowball Effect: The Story of Clerks and Back to the Well: Clerks II), offering new information about the making and release of each of them along the way. It's not because the actors are older, the reason any sequel is bad is because of the writing is filled with boring story telling.

He couldn't pack a theater doing a Judd Apatow movie with Seth Rogen at the height of both their popularities, and Cop Out was a bust. It’s not a poor presentation by any means, and the black and white portions are actually refreshing with better visual textures to work with. It’s a largely enjoyable and fitting new chapter in the series that dares to do something different and fans of the series definitely won’t want to overlook it.The scene that has been referenced as being more blue than red was taken from the original three-strip Technicolor negative.

While the latest film has a much more dramatic approach at times and can almost be mildly depressing on occasion due the realism and struggles that both of these characters have endured since the last film, that doesn’t mean it isn’t loaded with more than enough hilarity to keep fans rolling throughout.

The Blu-ray release of ‘Clerks III’ is absolutely jam-packed with bonus content that fans should thoroughly appreciate, kicking off with an ‘Introduction by Kevin Smith’ (running approximately 2 minutes in length) thanking fans and praising physical media before we even reach the disc’s menu.

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