Two of the most iconic characters of Kevin Smith’s mythology are coming back to the big screen: Jay and Silent Bob. This time, their mission is to prevent the reboot of “Bluntman and Chronic” from being made, and so, the duo head to Hollywood. However, it will not be a walk in the park, far from it, and on their crusade, they will cross paths with the KKK, free Ubers, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, has-beens and members of their family.
The satire and exaggeration that characterize this movie are acting both as a facade and the foundations of an extremely self-referential piece of work that brings together all the elements of Smith’s universe. It is a festival of cameos and metafiction; and scene after scene, a new character – always part of the film’s cosmos – appears. It starts off as a road movie to Hollywood that leads to new situations and gags. The film’s storyline even addresses fatherhood, the irrefutable proof that, as long as Kevin Smith can, he will come up with reboots, sequels, spin-offs and whatnot. As long as they are fun, nothing else really matters.

Year: 2019 Runtime: 95 min Country: USA Direction: Kevin Smith Screenplay: Kevin Smith Cinematography: Yaron Levy OST: James L. Venable Cast: Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Jason Lee, Chris Hemsworth Genre: Comedy Language: VOSE Subtitles: Carlos Ulecia Contact: Park Circus