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Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back [Blu-ray]
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Writer-director Kevin Smith's fifth and final installment of his New Jersey Chronicles (which began in 1994 with the breakout, low-budget comedy CLERKS) is a chance for scene-stealing, foulmouthed stoner Jay (Jason Mewes) and his taciturn sidekick/'hetero life mate' Silent Bob (Smith) to carry their own movie. When comic store mogul Brodie (Jason Lee, reprising his MALLRATS role) informs Jay and Silent Bob that a movie featuring their comic book alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic, is about to be made, the duo demands a cut from the comic's creator, Holden (Ben Affleck, in his CHASING AMY role). Holden explains that his ex-partner, Banky (Lee again) has sold them out, and shows them some angry Internet posts from Bluntman and Chronic fans. Fearing for their reputations, Jay and Silent Bob embark on a cross-country odyssey to Hollywood to stop the film. En route, they run afoul of a Charlie's Angels-type jewelry thief ring--one of whom, Justice (Shannon Elizabeth) takes a liking to Jay--an orangutan, a Federal Wildlife Marshall (Will Ferrell), and Miramax studio security. Smith's fond farewell to his intertwined Jersey characters is a lovingly crude, broad comedy rife with celebrity cameos, slapstick movie spoofs, and clever jabs at Hollywood.
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Languages (Main Feature): English (DTS-HD 5.1)
Subtitles (Main Feature): None
The only special feature is the audio commentary and there is no subtitles on this Blu-Ray edition which I have confirmed.
But be aware that the ‘US Disney’ BLU RAY is REGION-A LOCKED - so it WILL NOT PLAY on most UK Blu Ray players unless they're chipped to play 'all' regions (which the vast majority aren't). Don’t confuse BLU RAY players that have multi-region capability on the 'DVD' front – that won’t help.
Buy the standard UK issue instead - it's cheap - a looker on BLU RAY and a fun ride like The Coen Brothers firing on all sixes…
A must have for Kevin Smith fans and comedy fans alike but not for those who dont find fart jokes and toliet humour funny as they will hate this film be warned.
One of my favourite highlights is the scene with Carrie Fisher. 'It's easy to say you live by the book, but can you? Can you live by the book?' 'Well, you picked us up. I gotta, don't I?' Classic Smith humour.
The basic plot revolves around the two trying to stop a movie being made, with characters being based on the pair, for which they need to undertake a coast to coast trip to Hollywood.
If you are a died in the wool Kevin Smith fan, it is a logical place to go after Clerks [DVD], Mallrats [DVD], Chasing Amy [DVD]  and Dogma [DVD] but I still found this one the weakest of the lot. If you have not seen any of the previous ones, some of the jokes will probably be lost on you and you are certainly more likely to buy into the franchise, if you start with one of the others.
This is not to say that the movie was not funny - it certainly had its good fill of inside jokes and even though a lot of the humour is somewhat juvenile, it is at least executed relatively well - but do not expect to be wowed in the same way as you would be with say Clerks [DVD].Read more ›
Out of all Kevin Smiths films that I have watched, this is the best yet.
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The film is great,very funny.Unfortunately the blu ray picture is well below average.Only marginally sharper than the dvd which I also own.Published 7 months ago by Paul Rickaby