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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

Cast

Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Ben Affleck, Jeff Anderson View All


Crew

Kevin Smith (Director), Kevin Smith (Screenplay) View All

Release: Aug. 24th, 2001
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
When Jay and Silent Bob learn that their comic-book alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic, have been sold to Hollywood as part of a big-screen movie that leaves them out of any royalties, the pair travels to Tinseltown to sabotage the production.
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1 Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
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2 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
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4 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
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Iroquois
While Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back isn't the worst movie that Kevin Smith ever made, knowing that he intended it to be the final film in the View Askewniverse does make me feel that this is really is the beginning of the end for Smith as it showcases a lot of the same narrative and comedic flaws that would be exacerbated to greater levels in each subsequent film (with the possible exceptions of Clerks II and Red State, which I contend are the only truly decent films he's made in the past fifteen years).


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