Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie
When they can no longer stomach the ever-growing weed of suburban crime, Jay and Silent Bob take on the mantles of costumed avengers Bluntman and Chronic, smashing the super-villains they accidentally create! Can the Doobage Duo save their beloved Jersey 'burbs from their new arch enemies, The League of Shitters? While clearly not the comic book movie the world wants, GROOVY MOVIE is the comic book movie the world needs!
- Stars:Ming Chen, Matt Cohen, Kevin Conroy, Eliza Dushku, Brian Faraldo, Walter Flanagan, James Franco Jr., Neil Gaiman, Ralph Garman, Ben Gleib, Kyle Hebert, Bryan Johnson, Ray William Johnson, Jensen Karp, Stan Lee,
- Director:Steve Stark,
- Writer:Kevin Smith
Jay and Silent Bob hit the lottery jackpot, and use their cash windfall to become crime-fighting superheroes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Enjoyable bit of fluff.
(nl) wrote: Horrible! One of those movies where after you watch it, you are pissed because of the time you wasted
(ag) wrote: Took another look at this one to get it off the old To-Watch Pile:Feeling a bit like the film Idle Hands, this does a pretty good job of blending a comedic sensibility into the horror genre by way of three German teens who manage to turn themselves into zombies after playing around in the dark arts with the local Goth girl & her pals.It's an enjoyable flick, give it a shot, I guarantee you've seen worse horror/comedies.
(ru) wrote: Godzilla, King of the Monsters was an unnecessary re-edited "americanized" adaptation of the 1954 Japanese hit
(de) wrote: Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, this film stars a cast including Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, and George Sanders. Wanting a good scoop about events in Europe a newspaper editor sends a reporter off to dig something up. Joel MCcrea's character finds himself entangled in a complicated kidnapping scheme and assassination. On top of that he falls in love while on the job. With no one believing him at first, he must try and gather the facts that ultimately might lead to a war. Dodging two attempts on his own life, he knows he is getting close. However, little does he know how near he actually is. After more twists and turns MCcrea finally gets his story and the girl but at a cost. From the scenes in the windmill until the tense moments on the plane, this movie does much to intrigue. It serves a double purpose, a decent piece of propaganda and a good thriller.
(nl) wrote: An absolutely hilarious comedy that harkens back to the comedies of Monty Python, with a more sinister edge. A cult classic.
(es) wrote: Let me start off by saying, I adore this film. I could watch it over and over again (and do). I was drawn to it initially because of the cast. A true ensemble, each playing their part beautifully. Carell, as a rarely seen straight man, is great, you hate him, but you're supposed to. Collette is subtle, offering up everything with a tinge of sadness. Janney makes you cringe, she's sloppy and loud, and has no filter but she's the perfect accompaniment to Collette.At the waterpark, Rockwell and Rudolph banter back and forth and you never want it to end. It feels improvised, because it's so easy and simple. Their characters have known each other for years and it shows.Rockwell's character, Owen, takes the awkward teen, Duncan, under his wing. At 14, we all could use a mentor like Owen. His life philosophy rubs off on Duncan, all the while teaching him how not to end up like Owen. Ultimately, this newfound attitude in Duncan rubs off on his mum (Collette).This film is funny, it's sunny and smart, beautifully written, excellently cast and has a fantastic amount of heart.Probably gonna watch it again now....
(kr) wrote: Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale know their stuff when it comes to zany entertainment a la Back To The Future, and this little known early 80s gem is often overlooked in their oeuvre. Sleazy car salesman Kurt Russell and co. deliver laughs aplenty as they clash with jack Warden's cartoonishly crooked (and aptly named) rival, Roy L. Fuchs. Used Cars may not be as quotable and rewatchable as other 80s comedy classics, or other Zemeckis greats, but the director's signature charm thrives and, predictabilities and pacing problems aside, this film genuinely is 113 mins of fantastic family fun. Essentially, it's Police Academy with car salesman.