Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

Out Now On-Demand

Hollywood had it coming.

Two pissed off stoners head to Hollywood to dispute movie character rights in this comedy featuring Will Ferrell, Chris Rock and George Carlin.

The comic 'Bluntman and Chronic' is based on real-life stoners Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (writer-directed Kevin Smith), so when they get no profit from a big-screen adaptation they set out to wreck the movie.

Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert)


Kevin Smith's movies are either made specifically for you, or specifically not made for you. If you read this review without a smile or a nod of recognition, I would recommend Rush Hour 2, which is for everybody or nobody, you tell me.

Los Angeles Times


The relentless torrent of foul language - and not just from Jay - becomes numbing and finally makes the film seem more crass than amusing.

New York Post


The originality and intelligence that made Smith's Clerks and Chasing Amy such refreshing pleasures are all but absent.

Rolling Stone


Budgeted at $20 million, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back contains many remarkable things for a Smith movie.

TimeOut (UK)


The perfect curtain call for these much-loved, wise but oh so stupid slackers.

Variety (USA)


Has the lazy, bric-a-brac atmosphere of one of those blown-off movies made during down time on some bigger affair.

Washington Post


The picture lacks the mix of innocence and savagery that branded [Smith's] other films.