Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
Critic Consensus: Fans can expect a good laugh as the cast from Smith's previous films reunite for Jay and Silent Bob's last bow. The loose plotting and crude language may be too much for others though.
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as Silent Bob
as Holden McNeil/Himself
as Marshal Willenholly
as Brodie Bruce/Banky Edwards
as Baby Jay
as Baby Jay
as Pumpkin Escobar
as Teen #2
as Chaka Luther King
as Reg Hartner
as Silent Bob's Mother
as Jay's Mother
as The Kid In The Helmet
as Cop #1
as Security Guard
as Baby Silent Bob
as Teen No. 1
as Teen No. 2
as Bookish Girl
as Cop No. 1
as Cop No. 2
as Cop No. 3
as Cop No. 4
as Cop No. 5
as Pizza Delivery Guy
as Hooker No. 1
as Hooker No. 2
as `GWH2' A.D.
as `GWH2' Clapper-Loader
as `Bluntman & Chronic' A.D.
as `Bluntman & Chronic' Clapper-Loader
as William Dusky
as Suburban Kid
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Critic Reviews for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Has the lazy, bric-a-brac atmosphere of one of those blown-off movies made during down time on some bigger affair.
The perfect curtain call for these much-loved, wise but oh so stupid slackers.
I admit to enjoying -- in a drunken, half-asleep kind of way -- parts of this ramshackle road movie with its running Miramax guest stars and its endless homo jokes.
Smith, coming off the madly audacious Dogma, knows that he's slumming this time and revels in it.
The picture lacks the mix of innocence and savagery that branded [Smith's] other films.
In keeping with the Smith rules, the movie is irreverent, self-referential, twisted, cheap and tasteless. And, of course, I mean that as the highest compliment.
Audience Reviews for Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
It's very funny, but very silly. Anyway is terrifc see a movie to Jay and Silent Bob.
The constant sarcastic and humorous pop-culture references along with the profane dialogue is decent (and at times much). But Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back isn't as powerful a strike as anticipated with its wildly out-of-place plot. 3.5/5
Jay: I am the master of the C.L.I.T. Remember this fucking face. Whenever you see C.L.I.T., you'll see this fucking face. I make that shit work. It does whatever the fuck I tell it to. No one rules the C.L.I.T like me. Not this little fuck, none of you little fucks out there. I AM THE C.L.I.T. COMMANDER! Remember that, commander of all C.L.I.T.s! When it comes down to business, this is what I do. I pinch it like this. OOH you little fuck. Then I rub my nose with it. "Hollywood had it coming" Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is one of my go to movies. No matter how many times I watch it, I still find it hilarious. The dialogue between characters is what sets Kevin Smith's comedies apart from everyone else's. No his writing is subtle or tasteful, but there's a brilliance in his jokes and their just hilarious. I don't know that there's a better movie to smoke a "J" to. The first scene of the movie may be one of my favorite comedy scenes of all time. Jay and Silent Bob find out that a movie is being made on a comic book that is based off of them. They then read online(What the fuck is the internet?) a bunch of people's opinions on Bluntman and Chronic. All of which say they are dumb characters and don't deserve a movie. Jay and Silent Bob then make their way across America to try to destroy the production of the movie. Along the way they run into Scooby's Gang, 4 sexy jewel thieves, a monkey, and a really stupid animal officer played by Will Farrell. This movie has endless cameos including: Wes Craven, Gus Van Sant, Matt Damon, Chris Rock, and Tracey Morgan. The movie has endless lines that just beg to be re-said. In fact this may be my most quoted movie. There's just nothing not to like about Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, in my opinion. Now I know that the content isn't for everyone. There are people out there that shouldn't watch this because they will be terribly offended. Grandparents for one, shouldn't watch Jay and Silent Bob. Some of the content could kill them. What's really cool about this film from Kevin Smith is that it is a parody of the same movie we are watching. I don't know if I've ever seen another movie parody itself, but it works here. It also helps if you are familiar with Smith's other works because they are referenced a lot. Still, if this was the first Smith film you ever watch, you could still enjoy it. Jay: [singing] Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck, / Mother, mother fuck, / Mother, mother fuck, fuck / Mother fuck, mother fuck, / Noise noise noise, / 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4, / Noise, noise noise / Smokin' weed, smokin' wizz, / Doin' coke, drinkin' beers, / Drinkin' beers, beers, beers, / Rollin' fattys, smokin' blunts, / Who smokes the blunts? / We smoke the blunts. / Rollin' blunts and smokin'... Teen #2: Uh, let me get a nickel bag. Jay: [singing] / Fifteen bucks, little man, / Put that shit in my hand, / If that money doesn't show, / Then you owe me, owe me, owe, / My jungle love, yeah, / Owe-ee, owe-ee, owe, / I think I want to know ya, know ya, / Yeah, what?
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Quotes
|Banky Edwards/Brodie Bruce:||That's what the Internet's for...slandering others anonymously.|
|Banky Edwards/Brodie Bruce:||That's what the internet's for - slandering others anonymously.|
|Cock-Knocker:||Don't fuck with a Jedi Master, son.|
|Jay:||Affleck, you da bomb in "Phantoms," yo!|
|Holden McNeil:||The Internet has given everyone in America a voice, and evidently everyone in America has chosen to use that voice to bitch about movies.|
|Holden McNeil:||The internet has given everyone in America a voice, and evidently everyone in America has chosen to use that voice to bitch about movies.|
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