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Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party (2004)

| Documentary | 2004 (USA)
Documentary about the making of the film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
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Documentary about the making of the film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

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Released on the Clerks 15th Anniversary Blu-ray because Kevin Smith wanted something on it that hadn't been released before. Smith and Malcolm Ingram had to cut it down in order to fit it on the DVD, even though it had been completed since before the J&SBSB Blu-ray. See more »

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A fantastic behind the scenes look at a comedy film for once!
31 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I caught this gem at the Vulgarthon Film Festival in Los Angeles at the Arc Light. What amazed me about it most was how in depth it was. Normally documentaries like this are done for movies like Star Wars, Aliens or The Abyss, which is all fine and dandy, but this was interesting because it really is rare to see a doc of this scope on a comedy films. It got me to thinking on how I would love to see docs like this on oh lets say The Blues Brothers, The Jerk, Bill and Ted, Pee Wees Big Adventure. When great comedy minds get together to have fun and shoot hilarious movies of course its going to be interesting to hear what they talk about between takes and how they act off camera. I really enjoyed this a ton. Malcolm Ingram did an amazing job shooting this and Kevin Smith did an even more amazing job putting it together. Great Flick if ever you get the chance to watch it be sure you do!


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