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Welcome to Alanis Morissette Archives, your newest source for everything related to Canadian-American singer-songwriter, actress and philanthropist Alanis Nadine Morissette. Whether you've been a fan since her teen-pop days in Canada, became a fan when Jagged Little Pill revolutionized the industry or joined the fanbase later on, we're glad you're here. Please make sure to bookmark the site, check back often, and follow us on Twitter!
Character: God
Directed by: Kevin Smith
Written by: Kevin Smith
Produced by: Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier
Other cast: Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Ben Affleck, Eliza Dushku, Shannon Elizabeth, Will Ferrell, Ali Larter, Jason Lee, Chris Rock
Release date: August 24, 2001
Genre: Comedy
Running time: 104 minutes

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.


Upon receiving a restraining order from Randal Graves (Clerks) for selling drugs outside the Quick Stop, Jay and Silent Bob learn from Brodie Bruce (Mallrats) that Bluntman and Chronic, the comic book based on their likenesses, is being adapted by Miramax Films. The pair visit Holden McNeil (Chasing Amy), co-writer of Bluntman and Chronic, and demand royalties from the film, but Holden explains he sold his share of the rights to co-creator Banky Edwards. Seeing the negative reaction the film has received online, the pair set out for Hollywood to prevent the film from tainting their image, or at least to receive the royalties owed them.

En route, they befriend an animal liberation group: Justice, Sissy, Missy, Chrissy, and Brent. The organization is a front; Brent is a patsy, who will free animals from a laboratory as a diversion while the girls rob a diamond depository. Jay throws Brent out of the van to get closer to Justice, with whom he is attracted to. Justice is fond of the pair, but reluctantly accepts them as new patsies.

While the girls steal the diamonds, Jay and Silent Bob free the animals, taking an orangutan named Suzanne with them. They escape as the police arrive and the van explodes, which they believe has killed the girls.

Federal Wildlife Marshal Willenholly (whose name is taken from Land of the Lost characters) arrives; oblivious to the diamond heist, he claims jurisdiction due to the escaped animals, all of which have been recovered but the orangutan. The officers find footage of a video Sissy recorded of Jay claiming to be “the clit commander”, with accompanying literature that “Clit” is an acronym for Coalition for the Liberation of Itinerant Tree-Dwellers. Willenholly declares the crime an act of terrorism and calls for backup to hunt “the two most dangerous men on the planet.”

Seeking refuge inside a diner, Jay and Silent Bob dress Suzanne as their child. Willenholly, facing the political repercussions of “arresting a gay couple”, lets them leave but quickly resumes the chase. The fugitives jump into a sewer system, and Willenholly is tricked into jumping off a dam.

Suzanne is abducted by a Hollywood animal acting agency, and Jay and Silent Bob arrive in Hollywood and find themselves in the background of an E! News newscast about their online threat against Miramax. Watching the news, Justice takes the diamonds to Hollywood to set things right. Willenholly also leaves for Hollywood.

Chased by studio security and reclaiming Suzanne from the set of Scream 4, Jay and Silent Bob end up in the dressing room of Jason Biggs and James Van Der Beek, the actors playing Bluntman and Chronic. Suzanne beats up the actors, and Jay and Silent Bob assume the roles. Meeting racist director Chaka Luther King, they are forced to fight Mark Hamill, playing the supervillain Cocknocker. Willenholly arrives to capture Jay and Silent Bob, but Justice protects them, admitting the CLIT organization was only a diversion. The other thieves arrive and a climactic final battle ensues. Jay and Silent Bob get their royalties from Banky after Silent Bob informs him he violated their original likeness rights contract by not getting their permission before selling the film rights to Miramax, and could face serious legal troubles, and Justice turns herself and her former team in to Willenholly in exchange for a shorter sentence and freeing Jay and Silent Bob.

Jay and Silent Bob spend their royalty money locating everyone who expressed negative opinions on the internet about the movie and their characters, including kids and clergy, and travel to assault them. The scene cuts to the audience leaving the theater, having just watched the Bluntman and Chronic movie, to poor reception. Jay and Silent Bob, with Justice and Willenholly, go across the street to enjoy the after party, featuring a performance from Morris Day and The Time.

After the credits, God closes the View Askewniverse book.

  • Alanis appears in a tag scene after the credits, leading to her being credited for her role before she appears.

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