History Film / JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack

18th Jul '16 6:29:19 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* ActingForTwo: Ben Affleck plays Holden and then himself later, while Jason Lee reprises his previous View Askew roles of Brodie and Banky.
18th Jul '16 6:29:05 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* ActingForTwo: Ben Affleck plays Holden and then himself later, while Jason Lee reprises his previous View Askew roles of Brodie and Banky.



* FunnyBackgroundEvent: While an attractive news reporter is providing an update on the activities of Jay and Silent Bob, the duo appear right behind her ''on camera''. Jay then makes all sorts of suggestive gestures at her without her ever realizing it.

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: While an attractive news E! reporter Jules Asner is providing an update on the activities of Jay and Silent Bob, the duo appear right behind her ''on camera''. Jay then makes all sorts of suggestive gestures at her without her ever realizing it.
19th Mar '16 3:46:10 PM randomguy399
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* BestialityIsDepraved: Played with: Jay asks Sean William Scott's character if he would, as a sheep (presumably with a human mind), have sex with another sheep. When he eagerly says he would, Jay throws him out of the van while moving. (Mostly because Jay wanted to be alone with the girls.)

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* BestialityIsDepraved: Played with: Jay asks Sean Seann William Scott's character if he would, as a sheep (presumably with a human mind), have sex with another sheep. When he eagerly says he would, Jay throws him out of the van while moving. (Mostly because Jay wanted to be alone with the girls.))
* BigBad: Eliza Dushku's character, Sissy, is the leader of a gang of female jewel thieves and has Jay and Silent Bob MistakenForTerrorist following the girls' heist at the diamond exchange.


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* HeroAntagonist: Marshal Willenholly is only trying to catch two guys believed to be fugitives.
24th Feb '16 9:46:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheViewAskewniverse: As mentioned above, this was originally planned to be the last film in it; this fact is punctuated by [[spoiler: God (Alanis Morrisette reprising her ''Dogma'' role) showing a page within a book that simply says "The End" before closing the book, which has "The View Askewniverse" on the cover. Kevin Smith notes in the bonus features for ClerksII that the "The End" page is actually in the ''middle'' of the book. He did consider the series wrapped up, but with Jason Mewes' drug issues, eventually proclaimed that if Jason got clean, he'd get ClerksII off the ground.]] And now he's making Mallrats 2!
16th Feb '16 12:27:46 PM erforce
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* AccidentalHug

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* ADayInTheLimelight: After four films of appearing in varying capacities ({{Those Two Guys}} in ''Film/{{Clerks}}'', [[OneSceneWonder One Scene Wonders]] in ''Film/ChasingAmy'' and major supporting characters in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' and ''Film/{{Dogma}}''), Jay and Silent Bob ''finally'' get to be the leads in a movie. The questionability of giving an entire movie to {{Those Two Guys}} is lampshaded (see page quote).






---->"You don't know "Jungle Love"? That shit is the mad notes. Written by God [[{{Dogma}} Herself]] and sent down to the greatest band in the world -- The motherfucking Time!"
*** Judd Nelson, who had received praise from Jay for his performance in ''TheBreakfastClub'' as the only part Jay found watchable ("that dude was fucking harsh"), appears here as a Utah sheriff.
*** The Buddy Christ from ''{{Dogma}}'' appears on the dashboard of a nun who gives Jay and Silent Bob a lift.

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---->"You don't know "Jungle Love"? That shit is the mad notes. Written by God [[{{Dogma}} [[Film/{{Dogma}} Herself]] and sent down to the greatest band in the world -- The motherfucking Time!"
*** Judd Nelson, who had received praise from Jay for his performance in ''TheBreakfastClub'' ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' as the only part Jay found watchable ("that dude was fucking harsh"), appears here as a Utah sheriff.
*** The Buddy Christ from ''{{Dogma}}'' ''Film/{{Dogma}}'' appears on the dashboard of a nun who gives Jay and Silent Bob a lift.



* ADayInTheLimelight: After four films of appearing in varying capacities ({{Those Two Guys}} in ''Film/{{Clerks}}'', [[OneSceneWonder One Scene Wonders]] in ''Film/ChasingAmy'' and major supporting characters in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' and ''Film/{{Dogma}}''), Jay and Silent Bob ''finally'' get to be the leads in a movie. The questionability of giving an entire movie to {{Those Two Guys}} is lampshaded (see page quote).



* MistakenForTerrorist

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19th Dec '15 10:14:54 PM nombretomado
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** From a deleted scene, FBI agent [[SidAndMartyKrofftProductions Sidan Marty]].

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** From a deleted scene, FBI agent [[SidAndMartyKrofftProductions [[Creator/SidAndMartyKrofftProductions Sidan Marty]].
14th Nov '15 11:17:58 PM nombretomado
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** Critic RogerEbert comments "This is a much more sophisticated idea of the Net than we find in high-tech cyberthrillers, where the Net is a place that makes your computer beep a lot."

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** Critic RogerEbert Creator/RogerEbert comments "This is a much more sophisticated idea of the Net than we find in high-tech cyberthrillers, where the Net is a place that makes your computer beep a lot."
16th Sep '15 9:51:19 AM EBsessed
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* WhoWouldWantToWatchUs: In addition to the page quote, Alyssa doesn't think anyone would be interested in a movie version of ''Film/ChasingAmy''.

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* WhoWouldWantToWatchUs: In addition to the page quote, Alyssa doesn't think anyone would be interested in a movie version of ''Film/ChasingAmy''.''Film/ChasingAmy'', which is Smith's most critically-acclaimed film.
16th Sep '15 9:49:14 AM EBsessed
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* TheViewAskewniverse: As mentioned above, this was originally planned to be the last film in it; this fact is punctuated by [[spoiler: God (Alanis Morrisette reprising her ''Dogma'' role) showing a page within a book that simply says "The End" before closing the book, which has "The View Askewniverse" on the cover. Kevin Smith notes in the bonus features for ClerksII that the "The End" page is actually in the ''middle'' of the book. He did consider the series wrapped up, but with Jason Mewes' drug issues, eventually proclaimed that if Jason got clean, he'd get ClerksII off the ground.]]

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* TheViewAskewniverse: As mentioned above, this was originally planned to be the last film in it; this fact is punctuated by [[spoiler: God (Alanis Morrisette reprising her ''Dogma'' role) showing a page within a book that simply says "The End" before closing the book, which has "The View Askewniverse" on the cover. Kevin Smith notes in the bonus features for ClerksII that the "The End" page is actually in the ''middle'' of the book. He did consider the series wrapped up, but with Jason Mewes' drug issues, eventually proclaimed that if Jason got clean, he'd get ClerksII off the ground.]]]] And now he's making Mallrats 2!
16th Sep '15 9:48:08 AM EBsessed
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* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: When Willenholly arrives at the movie studio, he takes the time to roll over the hood of his car (really clumsily) before entering the studio to arrest Jay and Silent Bob.

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* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: When Willenholly arrives at the movie studio, he takes the time to roll over the hood of his car (really clumsily) before entering the studio to arrest Jay and Silent Bob. Jay also does one in the parking lot of the animal facility during their infiltration scene.
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