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    Snootch to the Booch: The Return of Jay and Silent Bob [nsfw]

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    I think it's going to be terrible. A shameless, nostalgia fueled cash grab that relies almost entirely on cameos and references to the 90's. But I'm still going to watch it.

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    I love Kevin Smith, of course Iím in.
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    Without Jay and Silent Bob there would have never been a Deadpool movie. Marinate on that shit.

    I tried watching Yoga Hosers or whatever and that sucked. KS should be able to pull this one off though.

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    Hey, lady!... You ever have your asshole eaten out by a fat guy in a trench coat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Without Jay and Silent Bob there would have never been a Deadpool movie. Marinate on that shit.
    Yup

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    So, you do anal? Is it true that chicks fart if you blast 'em in the ass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    I think it's going to be terrible. A shameless, nostalgia fueled cash grab that relies almost entirely on cameos and references to the 90's. But I'm still going to watch it.


    The first time I saw Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, I hated it. A lot of that, however, had to do with me being in a press screening of the film with a bunch of critics who were all considerably older than me. None of them laughed throughout the film, thus making me a bit self-conscious about laughing out loud during the film.
    I interviewed Smith shortly after and told him the story. He chastised me for letting a bunch of decrepit critics dictate how I watched a film.
    The next time I saw the film (another press screening, ironically), I let my inhibitions go, said "fuck it" in regards to the other critics in the audience, and let myself go. I ended up laughing my ass off non-stop. I mean it's pure juvenile humor, but we need that sometimes.

    Similar thing happened the first time I saw Mallrats. I thought it was aimless and lame. I told Smith as much in an interview with him (I interviewed him probably 1/2 dozen times when I was a journalist, fwiw), but also pointed out that it felt like he just took Universal's money and got all of his friends together and had a party and filmed it; you know as if it was a giant cinematic pisstake to the studio system. He pretty much copped up to that assessment. In later years and upon repeated viewings, I have really grown to enjoy Mallrats. It's like a glorious homage to the wacky, somewhat aimless/chaotic comedies of the late '70s and '80s (Animal House, Bachelor Party, Revenge of the Nerds, etc).

    That said, I was not terribly fond of his last few films: Red State and Tusk (have not seen Yoga Hosers yet and cannot remember what I thought of Cop Out, but I have a feeling I didn't dig that one either!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    I mean it's pure juvenile humor, but we need that sometimes.
    100% agreed. Dick and fart jokes are great. But just because some guys could pull off a good dick joke when they were 25 doesn't mean they can still pull off a good dick joke when they're 50. At some point you have to leave the juvenile jokes to the juveniles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    100% agreed. Dick and fart jokes are great. But just because some guys could pull off a good dick joke when they were 25 doesn't mean they can still pull off a good dick joke when they're 50. At some point you have to leave the juvenile jokes to the juveniles.
    Are you saying that a 50 year old telling a good dick joke is a hard thing to pull off??? Or that it might not be able to stand up on its own???

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    Technically speaking, K. Smith is 48 y/o. Although he turns 49 in August...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopi_Red View Post
    Are you saying that a 50 year old telling a good dick joke is a hard thing to pull off??? Or that it might not be able to stand up on its own???
    Hold on, how old are you? I need to figure out if I'm allowed to laugh or not.

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    Some retro-styled, flashback type light reading for those inclined.

    Hard to believe that the last Jay & Silent Bob flick was 18 years ago...

    https://www.ign.com/articles/2001/08...-of-silent-bob

    I dunno whatever happened to the doorstop, though.
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    And I just found this lurking on the webz: my review of Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back.

    https://www.ign.com/articles/2001/08...ob-strike-back
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    Quote Originally Posted by highangle View Post
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    C.L.I.T. commander, geez, get it right. And hell yeah I'm going to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zartagen View Post
    Hold on, how old are you? I need to figure out if I'm allowed to laugh or not.
    Don't be so soft. I think my joke holds up no matter my age.

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    So Bob was Silent, then talked and now Silent again? I'm in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopi_Red View Post
    Don't be so soft. I think my joke holds up no matter my age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    I think it's going to be terrible. A shameless, nostalgia fueled cash grab that relies almost entirely on cameos and references to the 90's.
    You've just described every Kevin Smith movie...

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    But I'm still going to watch it.
    ...and every Kevin Smith fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopi_Red View Post
    Are you saying that a 50 year old telling a good dick joke is a hard thing to pull off??? Or that it might not be able to stand up on its own???
    Well played

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    Looks like it is only getting a 2-day theatrical release, Oct. 15 & 17...

    https://www.fathomevents.com/events/...ate=2019-10-15
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    Gee. In the spirit of disrespecting them, with love..... Why only two days?
    Who'd they have blow to get that?

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