Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party (2004)





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Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party is a 2004 documentary released and produced by KevinSmith's View Askew Productions. It is a 3 hour documentary about the making of Jayand Silent Bob Strike Back.It was originally intended to be a bonus feature on the Jay and Silent Bob StrikeBack DVD, but its lengthy running time got it left off. Plans to include it on theClerks X DVD were scrapped for similar reasons. It has since been screened atseveral of Kevin Smith's "Vulgarthon" film festivals.Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party marks the directorial debut of Jennifer SchwalbachSmith, Kevin Smith's wife.
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Much different than "The Snowball Effect", Oh What a Lovely Tea Party does drag at some points but it is an enjoyable look into the filming of J&SBSB overall.

Jamie Rogers
Jamie Rogers

At long last, this documentary has finally been released. A great feature I wish had been on the "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back" DVD or blu-ray. Sadly, the Jason Mewes uber-drug king scene has been cut out. That scene is legendary purely because Mewes can't watch this because of seeing himself in that scene. DANG IT!!! Edit: Why hasn't this been put on DVD yet!?!?

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki

This isn't exactly the documentary I hoped for, but it is still pretty entertaining.

Matt Goodman
Matt Goodman

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