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According to the site's summary of the critical consensus, "Chasing Amy explores gender roles, sexual mores, and the limits of friendship with a mixture of sensitivity, raw honesty, and director/screenwriter Kevin Smith's signature raunchy humor." Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times said "While the surface of his film sparkles with sharp, ironic dialogue, deeper issues are forming, and Chasing Amy develops into a film of touching insights.
Most romantic comedies place phony obstacles in the way of true love, but Smith knows that at some level there's nothing funny about being in love: It's a dead serious business, in which your entire being is at risk." Charles Taylor, writing for Salon, quipped "Chasing Amy isn't going to single-handedly save romantic comedy, but Smith (Clerks) has made the only romantic comedy in quite a while that acknowledges, even celebrates, the fact that love and sex are emotional anarchy." Writing in Time Out New York, Andrew Johnston observed: "Chasing Amy, Kevin Smith's third feature, does to romantic comedy what Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's Spider-Man did to superhero comics in the '60s: It makes a tired genre newly relevant by giving its characters motivations and problems that seem real." A special edition DVD was released with 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
It includes the following bonus features: Audio commentary from cast and crew; Introduction by Smith; deleted scenes; outtakes; and a theatrical trailer.
Chasing Amy was originally released as a Criterion Collection Laserdisc.
Angry with himself for letting her go, he has "spent every day since then chasing Amy, so to speak." Moved by Silent Bob's story, Holden devises a plan to fix both his relationship with Alyssa and his estranged friendship with Banky.
He invites them both over and tells Alyssa that he would like to get over her past and remain her boyfriend.
He has a brief, quietly emotional conversation with Alyssa, and gives her a copy of Chasing Amy, his new comic based on their relationship.
The film was originally inspired by a brief scene from an early film by a friend of Smith's.
Eventually, Holden is no longer able to contain his feelings, and confesses his love to Alyssa.
She is initially angry with him, but that night, the two sleep together and begin a romantic relationship.
A shaken, misty-eyed Alyssa replies, "Oh, just some guy I knew." Chasing Amy received positive reviews from critics.
Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a score of 87% based on reviews from 84 critics, with a rating average of 7.31/10.