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Has Kevin Smith grown up?

The director of edgy cult hits takes a family-themed turn with 'Jersey Girl'

By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / March 26, 2004

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Kevin Smith has a problem, but it's not the one you think. His new film, "Jersey Girl," opens today, but it has been a water cooler topic since August, when a little film called "Gigli" made the kind of pop-culture belly-flop that comes around only once a decade. Because "Jersey Girl," like "Gigli," has Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez in ... (Full Article: 1084 Words)

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