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Clerks III [Blu-ray]

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However, Dante has reservations about the project, in particular the part at Mooby’s, given what happened to his wife (Rosario Dawson) and daughter. We’ve gotten our hands on Paramount’s new 4K Ultra HD release of War of the Worlds (1953) and unfortunately there’s a problem with the color grade. Low Frequency Extension: The subwoofer hits the bass and drum in the music in the film as does well by door slamming, punches and more thumping noises in the mix. Hicks (Brian O'Halloran), Emma Bunting (Jennifer Schwalback Smith), and Veronica Loughran (Marilyn Ghigliotti).

It should be noted that the audio commentary has been programmed as its own separate version, meaning that none of the other audio or subtitle options are available while listening to it. The goods and services will be collected by us within 28 days of our receiving your cancellation notice and we will charge the cost of collecting the goods or services, and will deduct this from any sum owed by us to you. Finally, the main bonus features conclude with a commentary track featuring Smith and actors Brian O’Halloran (Dante), Jeff Anderson (Randal), Trevor Fehrman (Elias) and Austin Zajur (Blockchain Coltrane).It was a bit of a bummer to realize it would've happened almost immediately after Clerks II's ending; I personally feel like showing her funeral card in the opening credits was a bit jarring, and the film would've been better served by our introduction to her being when Dante visits her grave. Lionsgate Films UK is preparing a Blu-ray release of Kevin Smith's Clerks III (2022), starring Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Rosario Dawson, Jeff Anderson, and Brian O'Halloran.

Running 96 minutes, it’s an in-depth look at the making of the film from beginning to end, and it starts with a version of the story that was almost made several years ago. It may seem like more of the same at the outset, but those who stick with it will find a much more rewarding experience than they might have expected. The math is reversed in Clerks III, which leans hard into heart, lets the comedy follow that lead, and trusts that the audience will go along for the ride because they love these characters as much as Smith obviously does. All five sit together for this running, screen-specific discussion of story/characters, the original unused screenplay, cast and performances, costumes, music, editing and related domains. And they’ve released Rachel, Rachel (1968) on Blu-ray too, also mastered from a new 4K scan of the original camera negative.After eluding the cops, psychopathic killer Jigsaw turns an abandoned warehouse on the edge of town into a gruesome torture chamber. Rounding out the platter a theatrical trailer and a two-minute introduction by Smith that plays as soon as you put the disc in your player. Then there’s Elias, the butt of many a joke in Clerks 2 who, along with Austin Zajur (the boyfriend of Smith’s daughter) become this film’s Jay and Silent Bob – a quirky duo who spend a lot of time dressing up weird and talking a lot of nonsense and who, in the end, come good and help our protagonists in much the same way Jay and Silent Bob did for Randal and Dante in the second Clerks movie.

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