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Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie

Aaron Clutter 05/11/2014 Movies and TV

Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith are back in the hilarious, all-new animated feature Jay and Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie. After winning the lottery jackpot, the dynamic duo use the cash to take on evil as crime-fighting superheroes. Rent it tonight with ITunes. Rated R.

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It looks like Jay and Silent Bob have come out of retirement, or have been drawn out, as the trailer states. Silent Bob wins the lottery and they decide to use their millions to become real life superheroes, Bluntman and Chronic. To make this all comic book related, these characters are straight from the pages of Smith’s comic series, Bluntman and Chronic. With all the grace, tact, skillful writing, and amazing special effects of… Who am I kidding, this is Jay and Silent Bob we are talking about. So, no grace, no tact, lots of language, crude sexual references, and probably as many dick and fart jokes as they can pack into a movie.

If this looks like just the thing for you, hop on over to iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play and rent this movie. Two heroes (?), four villains, and more sex jokes than you can shake a dick… I mean stick at. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes, lending their voices to an animated feature film directed by Steve Stark. Check out the trailer above and enjoy Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie.

If that all doesn’t convince you, here are some other folks whose voices were in the film: Eliza Dushku, James Franco, Neil Gaiman, Stan Lee, Jon Lovitz, and many others. It’s a fun irreverent look at comic book super heroes and definitely a break from all the serious super hero movies. Snootchie bootchies.

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Aaron has been reading comics since he was in 5th grade. He only had children so that he could still buy comic books and toys without looking like a nerd. Most of the things he buys are never touched by his kids. He has a vast collection of stuff that his wife constantly complains about.

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