How much he loves his wife.
Keven smith. it was about him.
He does not just read a book he tells you his story his way.
Follow your dreams.
The words from Kevin Smith's mouth are that of a pessimist, but the actions he takes in life are that of a dreamer...
What a great narration of Kevin Smith's book, read for you by the only person who can deliver it in that specific style, Kevin Smith!
Thank you for giving us such an optimistic gift disguised under pessimistic wrapping paper. (opens gift) Holy sh-t, the glass is half full... And there's more than one!
It's okay to have big dreams, or be big for that matter. You know, Mr. Smith, it's time to start being a little more easy on yourself. We like you more when you don't care what we think.
-Jacob Aaron Miller
Yes, it was entertaining to learn about the director of Clerks.
Started listening to his podcasts
I only like to of Kevin Smith's movies but I could listen to him talk for hours... so I did. I love the way he thinks, I like his casual style, I just like him.
From the first few seconds I could tell that this book was going to be something special. He's a very inspiring guy.
Takes you through the last few years of a career that has never been normal. It is a good look at the current state of indie film business wise and Smith is articulate and fowl. Good fun.
Say something about yourself!
Good for the Kevin Smith fan. Stories about his career read by the author.
Kevin does a great job with his book. Why read it when you can hear the author himself perform it for you. Outstanding!
Hearing about his success, failures, and ultimate triumphs was amazing.
Kevin's story of coming full circle is not only inspiring but also highly informative for anyone trying to do things outside the box.
Ok I have never been a Kevin Smith fan but this book made me go back and take a second look at this guy.
Honestly I love his performance, the way he reads he drags me into the story. Not to mention that the stories are interesting and hilarious !
I saw Clerks in the art house movie theater, after finishing up a shift at the video store, where I worked as a clerk. I've been a huge fan ever since. After following all his movies, and thousands of hours of podcasts over the years, there was no way I would miss this book.
Anyone who knows anything Kevin, knows he's a chatty mother F-er. There's not much in this tale that I hadn't head in one form or another from him. But it doesn't matter, just listening to him relating his life story and the lessons derived from it is heartening and inspiring.
Loaded with profanity, filth, self deprecation, pot-holes, and enlightening metaphors. Be prepared for a hard R rating, but you probably already know that
One note on the performance, I absolutely love how even while reading his own memories, Kevin still manages the occasional meandering side story and parenthetical commentary.