All member reviews for Clerks II

Common Sense Media says

More crude banter about sex, movies, drugs.

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(out of 16 reviews)
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Teen, 16 years old Written byyost820 April 9, 2008

A fun, witty, somewhat heartfelt film

First of all, Clerks II was innapropriate: the language used was explicit, and the sexual content was semi innapropriate, although mostly implied through language. However, although Clerks II is a gross out comedy, it is heartfelt and good intentioned in the end, and, depending on the maturity of the child, is generally appropriate for kids entering high school: the language some kids use and hear is about equal to the content in the film.
Teen, 14 years old Written byitsrainingfrogs July 14, 2014

Hilarious, almost funnier than the original, but VEEEERY far from PC

Kevin Smith's original Clerks is a cult classic and a hilarious movie, and the sequel follows in it's footsteps and is as funny if not funnier than the original. However, for a new generation, that means new levels of raunchiness, and Clerks II most certainly goes far over the top to borderline bad taste. However, that's what makes it and the original film so funny. In this one, clerks Dante and Randall are working at a fast food restaurant. It's Dante's last day before moving away from NJ to live in Florida with his new wife. The employees, lead by Randall, decide to give him a good time. Sex: Non-stop sexual references, ranging from mild to very graphic. A few characters draw mildly graphic sexual pictures. A woman flashes another man, no nudity. A scene spoofing The Silence of the Lambs shows full frontal male nudity, though genitals not visible. A very graphic and possibly offensive scene near the end shows the characters hosting a "donkey show" in the restaurant in which a man has sex with a donkey off-screen on a stage. Violence: None. Language: Non-stop strong language including some racial slurs. Substance Abuse: Some smoking, little to no drinking. Characters Jay and Silent Bob sell drugs in one scene. Intensity: Not intense, but could be seen as highly offensive.
Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008

Awful!

This movie contains alot of drug use. Selling of drugs. Language is a HUGE issue! f-word is used alot! Show Emma's boobs and Jay's penis is tucked between his legs!eew! No one under 19 should watch this!
Teen, 13 years old Written bymoviegeek222 April 9, 2008

Hilarious

This was hilarious to say the least. Anybody with a sense of humor and a need for laughs should see this movie.
Teen, 16 years old Written byLudorf May 13, 2012

clerks 2

It's more of a movie than the first. This one throws in more kevin smith gags that I love and more life refrences. Kinda like hangover 1 and 2. the way it gets more gross.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Teen, 16 years old Written bybradley4846 October 27, 2010
tons of swearing/sex talk and the donkey scene (which isnt to graphic.). but its still funny.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Teen, 17 years old Written byoctober1985 July 17, 2009
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Teen, 15 years old Written bymonkey.po April 9, 2008

I Laughed ALOT

It rocks out loud.
Teen, 13 years old Written bygo_charlie April 9, 2008

OK

This movie was an okay movie... The first clerks was definately better. If you are looking for a laugh and have to choose between this and the first one, definately go for the first movie.
Teen, 15 years old Written bymikey01 April 9, 2008

Very funny

I loved the movie and thought it was so much better than the first one. But I do have to say the language was kind of bad but that's to be expected in a movie that is as funny as Clerks 2 was.
Parent of a 7, 12, and 15 year old Written bycab87670 March 13, 2011

Funny but not for kids

Clerks II is a great sequel to the 1994 indie comedy Clerks. Its funny, raw and entertaining for adults who liked the first film. However, this is not for kids.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Great messages
Adult Written bydaniel.nicholas... July 22, 2009

Hilarious movie about clerks. 16+

Hilarious movie, but completely inappropriate for most teens. Lots of f-words, and other such profanity. Scene involving "inter-species erotica" (a.k.a. beastiality) which was really funny, but, again, not for teens.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Adult Written bySettingXSail January 11, 2009
Adult Written byDawgas April 9, 2008
This is supposed to be HUMOROUS. If people actually attempt to do what is in this movie, they deserve all the consequences that arise from doing these activities, and seriously, by shielding kids from the 'f-word', you just encourage them to use it more. I say, let the kids watch it, it's an awesome film.
Adult Written bylifeisminty April 9, 2008
Okay, so one of the premises of the film involves a donkey show. So the language is non-stop. This isn't a movie for kids, but that shouldn't stop those 17 years old or older from viewing it. The film actually does have its tender and redeeming moments, and as always is full of laughs (as most Kevin Smith pictures are.) If you're mature enough to not take everything so seriously, go see it and have a good time.
Adult Written byfaisaf1 April 9, 2008