Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

critic Reviews

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    Valerie KalfrinFilm Racket
    A blend of fan service (in the best way) and participatory theater.
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    Mike ReyesCinemaBlend
    If you're expecting a hysterically good time out of Jay And Silent Bob Reboot, you'll get just that.
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    Alex ArabianFilm Inquiry
    Smith has crafted a heartfelt, thoughtful film with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. You didn't read that incorrectly.
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    Lauren VenezianiWBAL-TV
    This is the ENDGAME of all of Kevin Smith's movies and it's magnificent, hilarious and heartfelt.
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    Joey MagidsonAwardsCircuit.com
    Filmmaker Kevin Smith is delighted to be playing with his old toys again, and it shows in the funny, heartfelt, and meta "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot."
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    Brian OrndorfBlu-ray.com
    A slightly winded but entertaining offering of exaggerated madness, with the whole thing dipped in nostalgia and sentimentality for maximum response.
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    Fred TopelShowbiz Cheat Sheet
    Kevin Smith is not interested in just fan service. There's plenty of it, but this film is ultimately Smith's plea to look to the future. The film's follow-up to Chasing Amy drives this home, and Ben Affleck still gets the best inside joke.
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    Ignatiy VishnevetskyAV Club
    Awkward and unfunny in exceptionally long stretches, Reboot probably won't turn his diehard fans against him. But it's unlikely to win him any new converts either. For that, there's Clerks, Mallrats, or Chasing Amy.
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    Travis HopsonPunch Drunk Critics
    A star-studded celebration of the entire history of Smith's movies, revisiting past characters, storylines, and allowing him a chance to correct past mistakes in a way few filmmakers ever get to do.
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    Matt MelisConsequence of Sound
    Neither Strike Back nor Reboot could survive its runtime without this painfully obvious level of self-awareness, but that still doesn't excuse either movie, particularly Reboot, from stretching itself rather thin and winking about a dozen too many times.
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