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This show has no redeeming qualities. It's not funny, it's overly long, it ruins movies you haven't seen, and provides no extra info or insight if you have seen it.
This show is almost a movie-review show, but since it features no one (other than Kevin Smith) with any respected opinions, it really falls flat; moreover, since it does contain spoilers, it's not even useful for that purpose, unless you like having movies you'd consider watching spoiled for you. Lastly on the movie-review-potential of the show, they only review(spoil) 1 movie per episode, so by the time you watch a couple of "reviews," you could have watched a whole movie.
This show is like if you went to a movie with friends and were talking about it afterwards, only you haven't seen the movie, and the people aren't your friends. Kevin Smith just walks from person to person in the group and gets a 30 second opinion on the movie, and the people involved aren't even excited enough to clap whole-heartedly. If the audience can't even get excited about the show they are not only watching but are actively involved in, why the heck would anyone else? Seriously, this is probably the most boring, ill-conceived show I've ever seen.
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