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Film Review - Madness in the Method


Jason Mewes is Jay. And he will always be Jay, the profane, dim-witted half of Jay & Silent Bob, standing strong as the stoner heroes enjoy a lengthy run in pop culture awareness, with writer/director Kevin Smith even preparing their latest adventure for release later this year. In "Madness in the Method,” Mewes no longer wants to be Jay, growing tired of typecasting as he tries to score different roles, hoping to expand his career. There’s a definite autobiographical touch to the feature (scripted by Chris Anastasi and Dominic Burns), but Mewes decides to transform his directorial debut into a farce of rapidly dwindling effectiveness, calling in all favors to turn a simple idea into a snowballing take on fame, acting, and murder. Read the rest at


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