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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back back to product details

Wow, that SUCKED!!!
written by tpaddack January 18, 2005 - 5:45 PM PST
4 out of 6 members found this review helpful
I'm sorry, but that was the worst out of all 5 of the Jersey movies by far. I loved all of Kevin's Smith's moveis, especially Chasing Amy and Dogma, but this was a disaster of a script.

It was fun to see all the characters back again for one final hoorah, but the middle of the script gets bogged down with some lame cross-country road trip adventures. I knew this movie was headed down hill when washed up old George Carlin shows up and tells the boys they must give head in order to hitchhike. Then an Orangutang is added to the character list? LAME! And when Will Smith showed up as some looser Federal Game Warden, I knew any redeeming value this movie had was over. THe one decent cameo is by Mark Hamil, and he gets his hand chopped off by a lightsabre again. So try this if you insist on seeing this flick: watch the first and last 20 minutes. Do yourself a favor and skip the lame middle.


Non-Kevin Smith fans need not apply
written by rarcher January 27, 2004 - 8:30 PM PST
5 out of 5 members found this review helpful
No doubt about it: Jay and Silent Bob were the best thing about Clerks, and there's a certain in-joke pleasure to be had when they pop up in films like Dogma. But Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is little more than the extended remix of what is essentially a 2-minute song. Kevin Smith fans will get to nudge-nudge at the appearance of several Smith alumni, and the film does have occasional funny moments. But all in all the film seems too concerned with proving that Smith can laugh at himself and not concerned enough with actually being funny.


(Average 5.25)
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