(Ben Affleck) and Loki (Matt Damon) have been condemned to walk
the earth for their actions against God, a skateboard enthusiast.
A Catholic WOW group (attempting to make Catholicism more acceptable
to the masses) accidentally provides a gateway through which Bartelby
and Loki can pass to get back to heaven. Trouble is, if they do
that, the world ends.
tell me the ending or whole plot if necessary
Sloan (Linda Fiorentino) stops them going through the gateway. Both
Bartelby and Loki are killed. God, who is released from the body
of the elderly skateboard enthusiast, becomes a woman and cart wheels
in the grass.
our panel of critics thought
a movie comes along and you run out of superlatives for it. This
movie is one of those movies. I won't start the superlatives as
there isn't enough room in my lungs."
absolutely hits the button - apart from the Poop Demon, (what was
that all about? - did they have too much special effects money?)"
and Damon look even more sexy that usual with their big muscular
and Silent Bob (yep Kevin Smith the director) never fail to provoke
a smile. Chris Rock, playing the 13th apostle, provides moments
of levity even when he is crashing to earth with a bump!"
could look back on this movie as a pivotal movie of its time. A
group of the finest actors and comedians of their day are in here.
Utterly compelling, truly original. Wonderful."
to a Nun: "Organized religion destroys who we are by inhibiting
our actions, by inhibiting our decisions, out of fear of some intangible
parent figure who shakes a finger at us from thousand's of years
ago and says do it and I'll f****** spank you."
"...they would have kicked your butts if I hadn't represented."
"You want to be my girlfriend? OK, well, Silent Bob has to
live with us and you pay the rent."
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consummate endeavor, peppered with perfectly directioned youthful
am reliably informed the reason Silent Bob is so silent is that
he is the director of this effort - he didn't want to have to learn
his dialogue. Bravo for this laziness! And, what a perfect stooge
to our Jay, a character as near to youthful, dropout perfection
as makes any difference. Jay is doomed to head up a record company,
or at least be something 'big' in the media, in the not too distant
movie is truly wickedly wondrous. Not sure about the poop demon,
which seems to have been added in there for its sheer grossness,
but, that aside, the movie is as near to perfection as makes no
difference. Enjoy, and tell all your friends.
stunning, fantastic, brilliant, awesome. The whole series has
been brilliantly original (Mall Rats, Chasing Amy, Jay and Silent
Bob Strike Back). If you are in the mood for a Christian religious
parody then this movie is for you. Rarely bettered.