Madness in the Method Reviews
August 16, 2020
Much like Mewes' career, the film is stuck in a sort of arrested development in which jokes about smoking joints and Vinnie Jones are automatically hilarious.
June 2, 2020
The film somehow manages to fulfil its own legacy as we see Mewes take on an unexpected and scene stealing role and you could draw comparison to this recent trend in films challenging stereotypical casting such as Uncut Gems & Mandy.
January 6, 2020
Messy, tonally inconsistent, offensive, and ultimately pointles
September 3, 2019
If anything, fans of Kevin Smith's View Askewniverse can use this as something to hold us over until Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
August 29, 2019
It seems that in this sense, perhaps Mewes would have been better off in making his debut about someone other than himself...
August 24, 2019
Jason Mewes' satirical metabiopic sees 'Jason Mewes' turn to method acting to escape his stereotyping as stoner sidekick Jay
August 24, 2019
Shamelessly self-indulgent film-as-therapy for director-star Jason Mewes, Madness in the Method will fitfully entertain Askewniverse fans, though it's ultimately too scattershot to consistently satisfy.
August 5, 2019
But as bodies pile up and Mewes becomes more frazzled, the movie's already-modest sense of gravitas slips away in favor of overacting, smirky violence, and a misplaced sense of amusement over men acting in any way effete.
August 4, 2019
Madness in the Method is a solid first directorial entry for Jason Mewes. There were enough laughs and surprises that I was thoroughly entertained. Looking forward to his next film.