Filmmaker and comedian Kevin Smith returns to EPIX with an all new special, taped in front of a sell out audience in Sydney, Australia. Joined by his notorious cohort Jason Mewes, this ... See full summary »
Holden and Banky are comic book artists. Everything's going good for them until they meet Alyssa, also a comic book artist. Holden falls for her, but his hopes are crushed when he finds out she's a lesbian.
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The highlight of Kevin Smith's Comedy Writing has to be Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back. This movie split my sides from beginning to end.
This latest effort, looks like a hash and rehash.
Back in 2001, pot humor was fresh and edgy. Nowadays with 26 states having some legal medical pot on their books and a rapid number of states getting ready to legalize, it's so ho hum now. Time for a new shtick.
The villains. Ugh. The villains. Puerile stuff. Somebody needs to explain to Kevin Smith that he's a bit over-fixated on Dick jokes & cum humor. He comes off as a 12 year old who just discovered his first wet dream.
There are too many in-jokes that are obviously derived from his podcasts to be of much entertainment value to me. Honestly, I tried listening to a couple of the podcasts and found them to be, voilà, a lot of Dick jokes and pot humor. It gets old fast, as did this cartoon.
The animation quality is what you'd expect for $69K.
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