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Learn more about Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (Blu-ray):

Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 202900097
UPC: 786936718874
UPC 14: 00786936718874
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"Blu-Ray Disc, Beyond High Definition."
Experience Kevin Smith's wildly irreverent comedy in a whole new way on high-definition Blu-ray disc. Packed with stars, including Ben Affleck, Chris Rock, Jason Lee, and more, the hilarious conclusion of Jay and Silent Bob's story is big entertainment that looks and sounds even better in Blu-ray's revolutionary new format. When best buddies Jay and Silent Bob discover that a major motion picture is being based on their likenesses, the dopey duo head for Hollywood to claim the movie money they deserve. Watch all the hysterical action in stunning 1080p., and enjoy the film's hot soundtrack in 5.1 48 kHz, 16-bit uncompressed audio. See, hear, and feel the excitement with Blu-ray high definition.

" in-joke of epic proportions.  Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"Hilarious...a blast of comic irreverence.  Rolling Stone
"[Smith's] funniest movie yet.  Terry Lawson, Detroit Free Press

Editor's Note
Writer-director Kevin Smith's fifth and final installment of his New Jersey Chronicles (which began in 1994 with the breakout, low-budget comedy CLERKS) is a chance for scene-stealing, foulmouthed stoner Jay (Jason Mewes) and his taciturn sidekick/"hetero life mate" Silent Bob (Smith) to carry their own movie. When comic store mogul Brodie (Jason Lee, reprising his MALLRATS role) informs Jay and Silent Bob that a movie featuring their comic book alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic, is about to be made, the duo demands a cut from the comic's creator, Holden (Ben Affleck, in his CHASING AMY role). Holden explains that his ex-partner, Banky (Lee again) has sold them out, and shows them some angry Internet posts from Bluntman and Chronic fans. Fearing for their reputations, Jay and Silent Bob embark on a cross-country odyssey to Hollywood to stop the film. En route, they run afoul of a Charlie's Angels-type jewelry thief ring--one of whom, Justice (Shannon Elizabeth) takes a liking to Jay--an orangutan, a Federal Wildlife Marshall (Will Ferrell), and Miramax studio security. Smith's fond farewell to his intertwined Jersey characters is a lovingly crude, broad comedy rife with celebrity cameos, slapstick movie spoofs, and clever jabs at Hollywood.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/29/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 104 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2001
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 5275703
Video UPC UPC: 00786936718874
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Ben Affleck
Video Cast Info Chris Rock
Video Cast Info George Carlin
Video Cast Info Jason Mewes
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith
Video Cast Info Matt Damon
Video Cast Info Shannon Elizabeth
Video Cast Info Will Ferrell
Video Cast Info Harvey Weinstein - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Jamie Anderson - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info John McDermott, et. al. - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith - Editor
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith - Director
Video Cast Info Kevin Smith - Writer
Video Cast Info Scott Mosier - Editor
Video Cast Info Scott Mosier - Producer

Professional Reviews

"...As funny as humanly possible....I laughed until my face hurt..." 09/01/2001 p.86-7

New York Times
"...JAY AND SILENT BOB does have some tickling good notions....There's also some shockingly funny stuff....And not since the days of Mr. Hope and SON OF PALEFACE have so many performers appeared as themselves, or made fun of themselves..." 08/24/2001 p.E8

USA Today
"...Full of hearty laughs....[The] episodes provoke knowing giggles, ending Smith's 'New Jersey Chronicles' on a high note..." 08/24/2001 p.1E

Los Angeles Times
"...There are lots of hilarious, off-the-wall incidents, and the film has a likable, freewheeling spirit to go with its knockabout plot..." 08/24/2001 p.4

Total Film
"...One of the most good-natured, ebullient and enjoyable comedies in ages..." 12/01/2001 p.98

Washington Post 8 of 10
...the movie is irreverent, self-referential, twisted, cheap and tasteless. And, of course, I mean that as the highest compliment. Jay And Silent Bob is even charming...Even as you shake your head in disbelief at the more outrageous material, you can't help but like these two. After all, it takes a powerful talent to resist reality, inhibition and political correctness at every turn. - Desson Howe

ReelViews 7 of 10
After the mixed critical and popular reaction received by his pretentious Dogma, writer/director/actor Kevin Smith has returned to his lowbrow roots for the final chapter in his five-part "New Jersey Trilogy" - lewd, profane, bodily function-oriented comedy. Unfortunately, while the content is no less potentially offensive or crude than anything offered in Smith's debut, Clerks, the writing isn't as sharp and the jokes aren't as consistently hilarious. There are times when Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back offers from-the-belly guffaws, but, in comparison with Smith at his ribald best, too much of this movie seems like a pale imitation. - James Berardinelli

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