Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie

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Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie
Jay and silent bob cartoon movie poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Steve Stark
Produced by Jason Mewes
Jordan Monsanto
Written by Kevin Smith
Based on Bluntman and Chronic 
by Kevin Smith
Starring Jason Mewes
Kevin Smith
Eliza Dushku
Tara Strong
Ralph Garman
Neil Gaiman
Ben Gleib
Jon Lovitz
Music by James L. Venable
Distributed by SModcast Pictures
Release dates
  • April 20, 2013 (2013-04-20)
Running time
64 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $69,000

Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie is a 2013 American animated comedy film written by Kevin "Silent Bob" Smith, directed (and co-animated) by Steve Stark and produced by Jason "Jay" Mewes. The film's script was adapted from the Bluntman And Chronic comics story originally written by Smith as a companion piece to the film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

Plot[edit]

After winning $10,000,000 from a scratchcard they bought at the Quick Stop, Jay & Silent Bob decide to become superheroes Bluntman and Chronic (a parody of Batman and Robin). They build a secret fortress of solitude beneath RST Video and acquire all the necessary gadgets and accessories to make them ideal crime-fighters. They also hire their own butler, Albert (a parody of Alfred Pennyworth).

Throughout their crime-fighting ordeals, they manage to accidentally create a few super-powered enemies of their own, who together form "The League of Shitters". The League of Shitters consists of Lipstick Lesbian, Dickhead, NewsGroup, Cocknocker, and the Diddler. While at a ceremony in which Bluntman and Chronic are to be awarded the key to the city of Red Bank, The League of Shitters attack the dynamic duo and knock them unconscious. They then attempt to infiltrate the "Bluntcave", resulting in the deaths of NewsGroup and Diddler (they are crushed by a wall that reveals the entrance to the hideout). Lipstick Lesbian mortally stabs Albert in the back and places Bluntman and Chronic into a giant bong that is slowly filling up with water. After leaving the heroes to die, the villains descend upon Red Bank, killing everyone in their path. Albert uses the last of his strength to free the heroes before dying.

Vowing to avenge Albert, Bluntman and Chronic fly to Red Bank in the Blunt Jet to save the city from The League of Shitters' mayhem. An epic fight ensues in which Bluntman subdues Dickhead by tricking him into entering a gay bar and Chronic kills Cocknocker with a broken beer bottle. Lipstick Lesbian draws a gun and attempts to shoot Bluntman and Chronic, but they are miraculously saved by a new heroine, Bluntgirl. Bluntgirl defeats Lipstick Lesbian single-handedly and begins to show romantic interest in Bluntman. Chronic is jealous and expresses his desire for anal sex. Bluntgirl agrees to this, however, she penetrates Chronic with a dildo, much to Chronic's distaste. Bluntgirl asks Bluntman if he's ever experienced anything of the like, to which he replies, "Yeah, when Ben Affleck played Daredevil.". During the credits, it is noted that Jay and Silent Bob will return in Clerks III.

After the credits, Jay and Silent Bob are visited by Stan Lee, who wishes to speak to them about the "Avenger Initiative". Shortly after, they are all picked up by Doc Brown, who requests their help in getting back to the future.

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Release[edit]

The official movie site was launched on March 1, 2013, complete with movie trailer (introduced by Smith & Mewes).

The movie was shown as part of a touring show similar to how Kevin Smith released Red State in 2011. Every screening had a Q&A afterwards and a recording of the SModcast.com podcast Jay & Silent Bob Get Old. The tour started on April 20, 2013 in Atlanta and continued in America until October.[1][2] Three screenings are scheduled for England in July 2014.[3][needs update]

The film was released on digital distribution and VOD in May 2014 with an expected DVD release in September 2014.[4][5]

On September 1, 2014 Jason Mewes revealed on Twitter that the film was released on Netflix. but was removed from instant streaming for unknown reasons. but was restored on September 13, 2014.[6]

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