• Arie

    ★★★★ Watched by Arie 15 Jan, 2015

    This is the fourth Q&A from Kevin Smith.

    I'm a huge fan of Kevin Smith! I like all his movies, shows, Podcasts. For who is also a fan of him this Q&A is also very funny too see. Lots of background of his movies. And his private life, as a stoner :)


  • Emma

    ★★★★ Watched by Emma 19 Mar, 2014

    Same as Threevening - plenty of good anecdotes but these are more confined to his most recent projects.


  • keithrjackson

    ★★★ Watched by keithrjackson 26 Sep, 2013

    I'm not the hugest fan of Kevin Smith, but I can respect what he does. I like a few of his films, and the rest are okay (I haven't seen the much-maligned Jersey Girl). I guess he has such a cult-of-personality that it can become grating if you're not part of that following.

    To his credit, he is a fine orator of anecdotes. Even if I don't agree with his side of the story all the time (learn your lenses,…


  • Shawn Stubbs

    ★★★½ Watched by Shawn Stubbs 21 Sep, 2013

    Kevin Smith is a very funny man and I love hearing his stories.


  • milan dobrovodsky

    Watched by milan dobrovodsky 19 Feb, 2013

    bitter kevin smith talking shit and avoiding to answer the question straight away. i feel really bad for anyone who asks him something, because then they have to stand there and listen to him go on and on about every single thing that comes to his mind...


  • Jamie Carruthers

    ★★½ Watched by Jamie Carruthers 27 Jan, 2013

    Out of all of Kevin Smith's bullshit (of which there is many), thje thing that annoys me the most is the fact that he feigns interest in interactivity with his audience by hosting these faux Q&A type deals where he clearly has predetermined exactly everything he wants to talk about. No matter what the question is, he will link it to what he wants to talk about. Why can't he just call it a spoken word event or a lecture or even fucking stand up at a push?


  • Stuart Mulrain

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Stuart Mulrain 06 Dec, 2012

    After the disappointment of Sold Out and Smiths slow move from filmmaker to Podcaster with his head up his own ass, I approached this one with trepidation. Initially it looked like it was going to be Smith doing his "stand up" routine on stage, but then he threw it out to the audience for questions. He then proceedes to spend the next 3 and a bit hours answering the first and only question. Fortunately he is on fine form this time, finding more to talk about this time than screwing his wife or his dogs anus.


  • Adam Moody

    ★★★½ Watched by Adam Moody 19 Sep, 2012

    Kevin Smith is an entertainer, plain and simple. He isn't a standup comic, but he is a comedian. This special is basically just Smith telling stories and rambling for two hours, with some interesting insights into his work and career. A solid good time.


  • Johnathan Detrick

    ★★★★ Watched by Johnathan Detrick 09 Sep, 2012

    I don't think I've really enjoyed a Kevin Smith movie since Dogma. I haven't really liked any comics he's written for over a decade as well. However, I still very much enjoy him as a personality, and I like these specials he does (can we really call them Q and As when he takes so long to answer one question?).

    I imagine one knows if one likes Kevin Smith before one watches something like this. He doesn't try to be…


  • tony ceccarelli

    Watched by tony ceccarelli 03 Feb, 2011

    Just like with Henry Rollins , I enjoy Kevin Smith doing spoken word more than what he normally does as a job .


  • Gavin Rye

    ★★★ Watched by Gavin Rye 25 Mar, 2012

    Not bad but it was full of stories I had already heard on Smith's podcast.


  • bsalgado

    ★★★ Added by bsalgado

    Though not technically a stand-up special or a documentary, Too Fat for 40 is genuinely Kevin Smith doing what he does best, and why many fans love listening to him, which is basically tell stories. The film, shot at Carnegie Hall, is as he defines a Q&A for audiences to participate, which realistically turns into only one question and answer and he jokingly admits to during the film, of Kevin giving an honest glimpse into himself, his career, and his…