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Or he has just to many good ideas and no time to convert them into feature lenght scripts. so he makes shorts like this! and i love them! this short is basically just Clerks in a car. they're sitting there in traffic talking about how flying cars should have been invented already. it doesn't make much sense to the common viewer but to us fans of pop culture this is some of the funniest things we'll ever see. what's bothering me though is why didn't he include this in one of his movies in stead of making this little short? i mean i think it would have fitted into Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back somewhere. or maybe in Clerks 2? oh but it doesn't matter. this was great either way. it's just as his other movies so if you're a Kevin Smith fan then download it and watch it! it's a must!
Great stuff. Dante and Randal are stuck in a traffic jam and begin
talking about a flying car, and to what lengths Dante would go in order
to be the first person alive to receive one and revolutionize world
This was written and directed by Kevin Smith after appearing on the Tonight Show. He was asked to do correspondence and he suggested even doing a short film (his first). Here it is.
I never saw it on Jay Leno's Tonight Show but it's included on the new "Clerks. X" DVD, with an introduction by Smith. It's very funny and best of all, Jeff Anderson is so into Randal here that he gives a better performance than he did in the actual movie! (Sort of reminded me of Owen Wilson, to be honest.)
Very funny. Another reason to pick up the excellent DVD.
When i heard that Kevin Smith was going to be making a short with my favorite tag team in film, Dante and Randal, I took it upon myself to record the piece of history in the making. I consider myself a pretty big fan of Kevin Smith, and after watching The Flying Car my opinions of him were further confirmed. Smith is truly a brilliant movie director and it only saddens me to know that this is the closest thing we'll ever get to a Clerks Part 2. Lets just pray that Kevin musters up everything he has to crank out one more Jay and Silent Bob classic.. there shall come a day
A six minute short film about two guys stuck in a traffic jam and talking
about a flying car sounds dull, doesn't it? Of course, it's not. Why, you
ask? Because this short is brought to us by Kevin Smith and brings back
Dante and Randal from Clerks!!!
I found out about this short recently (well yesterday) and downloaded it Not the fastest download mind you, but well worth it! The writing and actors' chemistry is absolutely perfect. It all equals into a laugh out loud funny short.
'The Flying Car' is a definite must see!
If you like the Randal character from Kevin Smith's movies, you CANNOT
- I repeat - CANNOT NOT love this little clip.
It is friggin' hilarious!
His rants are classic. This one is near or at the top of any Randal-esquire ravings.
Not to mention he exhibits some skills to fight through the lengthy if not disturbed content of the subject matter. I don't know how many takes it took to get some of that, but the delivery is wicked funny.
Randal is a ranting GOD!
Enjoy it for what it is - a great poke at cartoons vs reality and the people who spend WAY too much time trying to make sense of the two!
Classic Randal. Those two have the greatest line delivery. I try and think if Kevin Smith had played Randal in "Clerks", could you see him constantly razzing Dante? I think not. I'm excited to see, "Now You Know" because I think Jeff Anderson is genius. I could listen to him talk for hours because I love his voice. So thank you Kevin Smith for stepping into the Silent Bob shoes and letting Jeff into the Randal slacker shoes.
I saw this on leno and thought it was damn funny. It realy is the apitamy
everything us fanboys love about Kevin Smiths movies, It's all about the
dialogue. Only kevin could take 2 guys in a car (Dante and randal from
clerks) and turn it into a laugh out loud funny short film.
Short review for a short film
5 / 5
P.s I Can't wait for jersey girl
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This Is A Short Movie When Dante & Randall Is Trapped In A Traffic Jam
& They Discuss The Jetsons & How It Has Lied To Him About The Future Of
Technoligical Development & Randall Discusses What Dante Would Give For
The Flying Car Randall Forces Dante To Throw The Hat Over The Wall (As
For A Short Movie This Is Entertaining To All Kevin Smith Fans This Is A Worth Seeing Jason Mewes Plays A Good Dante & Randall Reprises His Role Excellently. It Is Hard To Believe This Was Filmed In A Car park All In All This Is A Well Done This Is 6 Minutes Of Your Life You WOn't Be Disappointed With Rating:10/10
Well after you have seen clerks you wonder will i ever witness
something so magnificent so real so tofnokseious.(that's because i
don't have any real word to describe how it felt.). And the answer to
your question is yes...and here we have the legendary "THE FLYING CAR".
THEre's something about Jeff Anderson he portrays Randal Graves so
casually as if he is like that person when it comes to who is he...
believe me there's no duologue's better than those pseudo-extremely exaggerated one's Randal speaks up.
I mean i could give up anything for such a speech delivery..i mean literally anything.
and last of all it was weird trying to write the review in more than 10 lines because the movie in itself wasn't even of 10 minutes..how much god damn i wish it was lengthier you wouldn't know.
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Watching this again from a backup disc I found after several years, I'm now curious about something that was sparked by a few lines of the dialog. In the course of the discussion about "The Flying Car" (2002), Randall goes into absurd length details, as always, about the conditions under which Dante could obtain the car for sharing with all mankind. By the way, I'm only typing all this detail because I'm told I can't comment without making it at least 10 lines long. So Randall mentions the German scientist will hack off Dante's foot with a hacksaw, right? Does this sound at all like the conclusion to "SAW" (2004)? I wonder if Kevin ever thought about this after he, or if he ever, watched SAW? Hmmmm!
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