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(12316) 5.8 105 min 2019

Jay and Silent Bob Reboot is a movie starring Joey Lauren Adams, Ben Affleck, and Fred Armisen. Jay and Silent Bob return to Hollywood to stop a reboot of the 'Bluntman and Chronic' movie from getting made.

Starring
Diedrich Bader, Fred Armisen, Joey Lauren Adams, Ben Affleck
Genres
Comedy
Director
Kevin Smith

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Kevin Smith
Writer Kevin Smith
Stars Diedrich Bader, Fred Armisen, Joey Lauren Adams, Ben Affleck
Country USA
Also Known As Jay & Silent Bob Reboot, Jay i Cichy Bob powracają, Jay y Bob el silencioso: el reboot, Jay et Bob redémarrent
Runtime 1H 45M
Description Jay and Silent Bob return to Hollywood to stop a reboot of the 'Bluntman and Chronic' movie from getting made.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 02:36

It's never too early to go back and see your older favourites. The original two Ken and Nick, which have become second fiddle to the second unit comedies are all the more charmingly nostalgic for their time. Still, having seen the original two films, we have to look at them in their original form, not as the films that made them famous. This version of the sequel is a refreshingly "original" approach to a series that had already been slotted in such a way. Unlike other remakes, this time the characters are not cardboard cut-outs, but the movie is at its best when we see what these characters are all about. The original Ken and Nick has grown up, and their relationship is now as genuine and moving as they were as kids. All the hallmarks of this film - the laughs, the animation and the characters - are all here, and in better form than ever. That means a much more genuine connection, rather than just a few improvised jokes. The story is updated to be much more about the relationships and interactions between the characters. Even the slight fluff of the original film is forgotten, and instead we are treated to the best scenes we'd ever see in a Ken and Nick film. The animation is very good, both in terms of style and the fact that the characters are expressive. There are some visual jokes, of course, but most of them are about the mood and tone of the film. The only real complaint I have is the overuse of cutaways. While there's nothing particularly bad about them, this film is too self-conscious to really make them funny. If anything, they are unnecessary and distracting. The characters themselves are pretty much the same as the originals, with the notable exception of Ken and Nick's personality. They are much less likable and almost have nothing to offer the audience in the way of a memorable personality. On the other hand, the love interest and Ken's friendship with Bob were handled well and developed well, respectively. Overall, this movie is great fun and more than worth a watch for the nostalgia alone. Not quite as good as the first two films, but still better than many modern comedies. 7.5/10
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 06:10

Warning, I'm going to start this review with the description of "Neighbors" (2010). Here's a synopsis: Leslie Knope is not the brightest bulb in the bush, and she gets a little help from Ben, an all-inclusive freak of a host (played by Jason Bateman). When Leslie finds out about Ben's hidden life (and goes after him), she becomes the target of an all-out assault from Ben's new girlfriend-to-be, Cheryl. Will Leslie survive the assault? "Shrek" and "Finding Nemo" were both made into big-budget blockbusters, yet both films managed to have their original directors return for sequels. And why not? As some of the more knowledgeable people here pointed out, it's very difficult to make a sequel to a movie. Even a classic film like "Shrek" needed two sequels, and "Finding Nemo" had a third and a fourth sequel, both of which failed. "Neighbors" does have a few good qualities. The plot has been taken and tweaked into a ridiculous scenario. The screenplay does have some interesting twists and turns, but the flaws are too many to be overlooked. The film is full of clever jokes and the humor is most effective when it's not awkwardly put together, but the screenplay often feels like a foreign language, and some of the jokes feel weird. I also found some of the writing to be off-putting, and some of the jokes were poorly written. It is also very obvious that the writers had some idea what they were doing. But at least there are good jokes in "Neighbors". The actors seem to be enjoying themselves. Jason Bateman does a good job as Ben, who's great in most scenes, and Seth Rogen (as Jonathan B'Elary) is hilarious as a smug and hilarious (but not smart) guy. My favorite character, however, was Joel McHale, who's always great. And even though he gets the same treatment in every movie he does, he still delivers a few laughs. This movie is a little bit better than some of the other comedies that were made in the past year, and it's great to see it come back. But it's not as good as the first two films that "Neighbors" is a sequel to, and I'm looking forward to watching the sequel that it is.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 11:33

I will not try to try and be more comprehensive than just the movie itself. I will just say that I liked it. It's not a great movie but it is fun. If you are a fan of the first two you will probably like this one as well. It has a very strong message and isn't over the top. They made the movie funnier and more childish then I expected. The movie takes a lot of jokes from the first two and blends them well. They did a great job with the references to other movies and films from other movies. The movie even mixes the old and new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in a nice way. I think they did a great job of not trying to be specific about what was in the movie. The most important thing that I liked about the movie was the new characters. They were a lot more funny then I had thought they would be. I really liked the female turtle. I think they did a good job with the other new characters as well. I think they do a good job of creating a fresh and fun feeling while still keeping the original characters. I really enjoyed the movie overall. I liked how the movie was visually beautiful but the story itself was nice too. The director did a great job with the visuals and the movie overall. Overall, I liked it. It was very entertaining and I found myself laughing more then I normally do. I really liked the new characters and think they were a good combination of the original characters and the newer characters. I really hope that they will make another movie with the characters as the main characters and they will make it so that it's not all about them. I think that if they make another movie with the characters they would have to make it so that it's not just all about them. I really want to see more movies like this. It's not just a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 14:51

You know, there was this comic book, and it was made up by Jon Favreau. He was the writer. I've never read the comic, but it's always been my dream to see a live action version. The movie was a huge success, and the studio seemed to get more creative with their comic book. They made a movie based on the character Batman, a team up of Superman and Wonder Woman, Batman and Robin, and the Superman universe. In that movie, the gang made a big deal about how they were going to take over Gotham. That had to happen eventually, because the superhero movie had to be out soon. That's why they made the movie, but it wasn't a perfect movie. The good of the movie had a couple flaws, and one of them was the fact that there was no costume. The costume is a part of the movie, but they didn't show it. The main character never changed the costume. There was no difference between Batman and Batman without the mask. It had to be Batman without the mask. But the movie also had problems, too. The most important one was, of course, the Michael Keaton Batman movie. It was a big deal to see the big Batman with the cape. That's why they made it. But that movie was much better than this one. The Joker was a great villain, and had the role of the biggest threat in the movie. But the Joker didn't have to be a threat, the entire movie was about the Joker and the Clown Prince. He was the best thing in the movie, and that's why the movie was a big success. The movie has a lot of flaws. But in the end, it was a big success. I recommend this movie to anybody, to see if you like it. It's very good. Just like the other DC movies.


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