Holden and Banky are best friends and authors of a popular comic book called "Bluntman and Chronic" (based on Jay and Silent Bob of "Clerks" and "Mallrats" fame). Holden falls in love with Alyssa, also a comic book artist, who happens to be a lesbian. Holden's new relationship with Alyssa strains his life-long friendship with Banky, and soon the relationship between Holden and Alyssa hits a wall due to Holden not being able to deal with her past.
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I love this film! It is truly one of the greatest films ever made! I
was wondering if anyone else thinks they got back together at the end?
Mike (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
"I really love CHASING AMY,and I thought that it was written
beutifuly,and it even made me cry at the end,and usually that means it was
good."I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
crystal stickney (email: email@example.com)
It really makes me sick--the whole idea of a lesbian dating a guy. I mean, if she's a LESBIAN, why the hell would do that?!!!
Chasing Amy is a great movie! Not only does it make you laugh just
as Kevin Smith's previous films do, it also makes you cry. I saw it more than
10 times in the theater, and I bought the movie previously viewed because I
didn't want to wait for them to release the non-previously viewed version.
I only hope that Kevin Smith's new movie, "Dogma" will meet (and ideally
surpass) the expectations set by his previous three movies.
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