Jay and Silent Bob Get Old: Tea Bagging in the UK (2012)

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Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith take their podcast, "Jay & Silent Bob Get Old" across the pond.


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10 January 2013 | erixxx-595-700801
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| Not half as good as all the ones before.
I've seen quite a few of the Jay and Silent Bob On Stage movies. Usually it's pretty funny to see Silent Bob just chatting away and giving extreme long stories to short questions. The guy has been around, so he makes an interesting story.

Not this one. Here Jay and Bob come on stage together, and start chatting to each other. And that's really it: chit chat. Boring stuff that we don't need to hear. I'm sorry Jay, but you're only half as interesting as Bob, yet you say twice as much. And the silly game that you've invented must be a new depth in creativity. What were you smoking?

To you as the audience I say: do yourself a favor and skip this one. There are plenty of other Silent Bob On Stage movies. This is the worst of them, the other ones are very entertaining.

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Genres

Comedy

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Release Date:

14 August 2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

UK

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)

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