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on 2 June 2013
* Audio Commentary with Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier and Jason Mewes

Languages (Main Feature): English (DTS-HD 5.1)
Subtitles (Main Feature): None
Runtime: 104mins
Region: B
Video: 2.35:1

The only special feature is the audio commentary and there is no subtitles on this Blu-Ray edition which I have confirmed.
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on 7 April 2008
Perhaps the funniest Kevin Smith film upto now. Jay and Silent Bob return, this time as the leading characters of their own movie. Other characters make pleasant yet brief returns. This film is more whacky than any other Kevin Smiths pervious movies, but be warned its not for everyone. If your a foul-mouthed, pot smoking, comic loving, red-bloodied male .... then this film will be hard to dislike. If you like more sutble and tasteful comedy ... then maybe this isnt for you.

Out of all Kevin Smiths films that I have watched, this is the best yet.
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on 18 September 2017
No features from the DVD version so you'll need the 2 disc DVD for the bonus features. Snoogins.
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on 19 January 2003
This film is another in the long running saga of Kevin Smith, a genius in my opinion! I do wish however, that you fans out there...would not write us oldies (over 40's) off as not understanding and appreciating Kevin's humour. I like good toilet humour and well as the next 16 year old! J & SB is in its way, a lovely and gentle laugh at actors, studios and the whole film industry. Take a look at this film and also the fantastic Dogma and see the deeper levels of Kevin, his interesting slant on religion for instance, below the laughter. Not only does Kevin make you laugh, he also makes you think!
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on 14 January 2015
Feels dated, full of in-jokes, loads of cameos, still funny. Although it seems to be on purpose, some of the forced film references jar a little. Definitely a film you know you want to watch before you watch it.
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on 14 November 2010
This film is awesome. If you like all the other View Askew movies then this is definitely for you as it tops them all. As with all Kevin Smith movies you can't disconnect your brain completely as he's always trying to get a message across on a level above the usual popcorn-scoffing stuff. I can't emphasise how funny and entertaining this film is - I'm 30-something and I think it's hilarious. My wife thinks it's utter rubbish so it must be good.
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on 24 April 2012
This is one of the most awesome comedy films ever made, certainly one of kevin smiths best films to date. His usual cast of characters are all there plus a whole load more. All the gags in this movie are extremely funny and right on the ball. This is a must, must own for any comedy collection.
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on 27 October 2002
Not that they die or anything, but Kevin Smith says that this film is the end of the road for the dynamic duo. The first time I saw this movie, I wasn't quite sure what to think. After the second time, I was hooked.
The film takes Jay and Silent Bob to Hollywood in an attempt to stop a movie about them from being made. The antics of the "road trip" are much of the movie. It is hilarious. The characters from past movies that show up, the new ones, the cameos. This movie is just fun. There is nothing deep about this movie. The movie buff wouldn't call it a "film." But that is the great part. It is not trying to be art, it is trying to be funny. And, in that, it succeeds admirably.
I mentioned cameos. . . Try this on for size, Mark Hamil, Carrie Fischer, Judd Nelson(a bit more than a cameo), Morris Day and the Time (yeah, the guys from Purple Rain) . . . and probably some I am forgetting about. They are all great.
It kills me that they are not doing any more of these movies. I think that Jason Mewes is actually maturing as an actor. He has gotten good over the progression of these movies.
I am glad to see that they ended the series with a bang. The characters are great and a lot of fun. This is the a great movie and should be on everyone's DVD rack. It was on mine the day it was released.
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on 21 November 2006
in the four films that kevin smith wrote and directed prior to this,the characters of jay and silent bob stayed in the background of the central characters and stories but when they appeared they usually stole the show,hence a victory for the two likable stoners,but now,we get a film that takes jay and silent bob out of the shadows and a film is made in their name and the results are ,well ,mixed ,if im honest.

The film has a list of cameos that dont fail to impress for the most part,ben affleck,can be a little annoying in this one but his inclusion after mallrats and dogma is welcome,matt damon,will ferrell,chris rock and carrie fisher all appear and do good to moderate jobs.

The film follows the stoner two as they head to hollywood with the intention of stopping a movie being made that features characters of themselves,along the way ,mishap and chaos and misunderstanding follows and the film is sketchy enough in places as it feels like a sum of parts rather than an entire movie,crude humour beckons and there are funny moments but sometimes the humour is too deadpan and self loving and this is probably the worst of kevin smiths movies,not a shambles by any means but not a film that will change the very fabric that is entertainment.
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on 21 July 2002
This is a great movie. You're probably best watching the other 'Jersey' films first (Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy and Dogma) to get all the jokes, but it's great for Kevin Smith/Jay and Silent Bob virgins too.
The story follows Jay and Silent Bob, who (referenced in 'Chasing Amy) have a comic book inspired by them called Bluntman and Chronic. They find out this is to be made into a movie, and people are abusing the movie and it's inspiration on the internet, so Jay and Silent Bob go to Hollywood to stop the film being made. Along the way they encounter the biggest, most expensive fart joke in the history of movie making, inept wildlife rangers, a hitcher who'll do anything to get a ride, Mark Hamill and a million and one other references to other movies.
This is a well made film, with Kevin Smith's trademark conversational humour at the forefront, and some amazing set pieces.
I defy you not to laugh at this movie. Enjoy it. I did...
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