The comic “Bluntman and Chronic” is based on real-life stoners Jay and Silent Bob, so when they get no profit from a big-screen adaptation, they set out to wreck the movie.
Cinema Release Dates: 31st January 2002 (Australia), 30th November 2001 (UK), 24th August 2001 (USA)
VOD Release Dates: Available in all regions.
Director: Kevin Smith
Screenwriter: Kevin Smith
Cast: Joey Lauren Adams (Alyssa Jones), Ben Affleck (Holden McNeil/Ben Affleck), Jeff Anderson (Randal Graves), Jules Asner (herself), Diedrich Bader (Miramax Security Guard Gordon), Jerome Benton (himself), Jason Biggs (himself), Marc Blucas (The Guy), Gavin Brooks (Baby Jay (voice)), George Carlin (Hitchiker), Wes Craven (himself), Matt Damon (himself/Will Hunting), Morris Day (himself), Shannon Doherty (herself), Eliza Dushku (Sissy), Shannon Elizabeth (Justice), Dwight Ewell (Hooper LaMont), Will Ferrell (Federal Wildlife Marshall Willenholly), Carrie Fisher (Nun), Walter Flanagan (Walt Grover The Fan Boy), Mark Hamill (Cocknocker), Renee Humphrey (Tricia Jones), Matthew James (The Dude), Bryan Johnson (Steve-Dave Pulasti), Garry Johnson (himself), Steve Kmetko (himself), Zak Knuton (The C.L.I.T. (voice)), Ali Larter (Chrissy), Jason Lee (Brodie Bruce/Banky Edwards), Jason Mewes (Jay), Jamie Kennedy (Chaka’s Production Assistant), Monte Moir (himself), Tracy Morgan (Pumpkin Escobar), Alanis Morissette (That Woman (God)), Scott Mosier (GWH2 Assistant Director/William Black), Judd Nelson (Sheriff), Brian O’Halloran (Dante Hicks), Chris Rock (Chaka Luther King), Torrell Ruffin (himself), Brian Andrew Saible (Baby Jay), Sean William Scott (Brent), Scott Sener (Quiet Scott), Rusty Sheridan (Afroed Whitney), Harley Quinn Smith (Baby Silent Bob), Jennifer Schwalbach Smith (Missy), Kevin Smith (Silent Bob), Ricky Smith (himself), Jon Stewart (Reg Hartner), James Van Der Beek (himself), Gus Van Sant (himself), Scott William Winters (Clark/himself), Quentin Wright (William Dusky)
Running Time: 104 mins
Classification: MA (Australia), 18 (UK), R (USA)
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