字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 right. That's why you're so you're in control. What's your name? Like Jamie. And that'll be your cue. Hey, man, I'm Kevin Smith, and this is notes on a scene with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Oh, you son of a bitch. Okay, I made a movie called Jane Saleh Baba Reboot is the sequel to a movie called Jay and Silent Bob. Strike Back that we made 17 years ago. A little lazy. It takes me a long time to get around to things in this movie. The plot is very different from Jay and Silent Bob. Strike Back Jay and Silent Bob. Strike Back was about Jane Salome Bob finding out that Hollywood was gonna make a comic book movie based on this comic book they were in. So they're gonna go across the country to stop that count book movie from happening. 17 years later, I'm far more mature Filmmaker. So is a vastly different picture altogether in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot James Allen Bob. Find out that Hollywood is doing a reboot of that old comic book movie that was based on them, and they go to Hollywood to stop it all over again. It's a movie that makes fun of Sequels and remakes and reboots while being all three at the same time. Now, in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back There was a fake movie, Bluntman and Chronic, and the stars of that movie were playing characters that were based on Jay and Silent Bob. And we had Jason Biggs and James Vanderbeek playing Bluntman and Chronic. Years later, they're going to stop this reboot, not the same cast this time around, since it's rebooted and gritty. It's not Bluntman and chronic Blunt Man V. Chronic and stuff, since it's rebooted in 2019 Chronic. Of course, Not Gonna Be a Man anymore. She could be a woman now played by Melissa Benoist Supergirl and Blunt Man is played by a guy. I used to be Batman, and it's Val Kilmer. So at one point in the movie the third act, we actually see a scene from Blunt Man V. Chronic, the fake movie in the movie. And that's what we're going to dissect today. Maybe, man, I liked you better when you were silent Bob. Right off the bat, we see Melissa Benoist making a series of Kevin Smith jokes. There's Kevin Smith himself reacting to those Kevin Smith jokes. Pause it real quick, Jamie. I got to share some information with them. Valka. Look at where we paused it. Let's roll it back. For heaven sakes, Little dignity. The great Val Kilmer, man, we got him because he reached out to May. On was like, Hey, I'm gonna be in New Orleans. We guys air shooting the movie And I was like, I'm busy making the movie. But we're making a movie here with a bunch cameos. Do you want to be in the movie with us? And Val Kilmer was like, I would love to be in it, but I've had some health problems recently. I don't know if you know this or not, but I can't really speak. So if I was gonna be in the movie, perhaps I could play some poor cousin to Silent Bob as a joke, he said. And I said, I'll do you one better, man. I gotta roll just waiting for you, man. So he got to play Blunt man, so he didn't have to speak. So it all kind of worked out. And since he also played Batman at one point in his life. It's a double joke. It's a hat upon a hat or a cowl upon a cow. Roll it, Jamie. If you really want to be, I'm ready to blast your since kick you in the Haight. So he's doing this thing right here, man, I'm circling this V here like it's a football play, blud. Man's holding up the phone to communicate. He can't speak because he's a silent bob, so he types into his phone and holds the message out Song. Bob has a mobile phone, and he's constantly writing and then turns it around to show Jay what he's writing and generally all right for a few minutes and then turn around. It's one single emoji. So in this sequence right here in the movie, this is what you call, you know, set up. We thought those were jokes, but they were all just set ups to this payoff, because in the movie they're watching. Blunt Man does the same exact thing that Silent Bob does in real life. Jamie play. So there's what, man firing something that chronic pause. Remember, the movie is meant to be blunt man chronic, so they're meant to be fighting because presumably that's what he means. It's a reference, of course, to Batman V Superman, which didn't make sense because it should be Batman V s Superman. That's vs that man v. Superman is Batman five. Superman was very confusing title. So what? Man fired this projectile at chronic right here, Chronic catches it in her hands, has a smug little look on her face and stuff. I stole this exact moment from an episode of Supergirl that I directed with Melissa, innit? Man in this sequence, somebody fired something at her and she caught it. And then also that went off in her hand and had a gas and stuff. And we put it into this thing and we were shooting it. Melissa was like, Seems really familiar. It's like we just did it six months ago on Supergirl. Man, you know, a good artist steals from other better artists and stuff, and that's what we did in this instance. Oh, you son of a bitch. I should pause this. All of the things you see in this scene don't exist. Melissa's really her costumes. Riel. Val Israel. His costume's really the gun's real. Everything else you see made up, you'll see. Like cave goes on forever. That was CG. That's the smoke that's blown up in her face. That was CG the projectiles that shot out the gun and caught in her hand all she did what she had in her hand, she went like this and then the CG people erased it and took it off. So all of this CG in the background this right here, these computer monitors, their real That's just a foreground shit. And she, of course, is very real. She's Israel's. It gets man realize raincoats. I love Melissa Benoist, but over here in the background, there's, ah, what man and crowded uniform, those aerial Everything else is just a giant green screen. So in a small way, we were kind of like the Avengers and Game, like they shot on a big green screen to accept a lot more money and way more talent to the disposal. Smells like this reboot went up in smoke. Let's pause it right there to acknowledge the great Tommy Charm. When we shot this scene, none of the actors were in the room. At the same time. You'll never see these three characters in the same frame at the same time. I'm a lazy filmmaker and stuff that sounded like too much work. So Melissa worked by herself vowel work by himself, and Tommy works by himself. And then we just married it all together with some CG and some cuts and stuff like that. But having Tommy Chong guy who laid the track for stoner movies as we're making a stoner movie that was a big get for us and making him play offered, that was a clever idea on my behalf. So boom, all of a sudden, Tommy Chung, in our scene, Let's play Alfred. All right, man, stop right there. We icon everybody in this scene. We missed it from Melissa and Val Kes. We did it. We jumped into clip afterwards, But whenever they first entered the scene, we bam put their name up on the screen, and stuff like that was kind of a call back to Jane Sound. Bob Strike back when Mark Camel's cock knocker and we froze. It's a kid's It's Mark Hamill on stuff like that. We did that not to honor Mark, although did honor mark, but because in the makeup, in the wig, nobody knew who Mark was when we did test screening, so I was like, I got an idea. Let's tell everyone who it is. So we froze it and put that up there and it carried forward. There was a moment where I had to change the lines on the on the set because he goes, smells like this Reboot went up in Smoke Man. And then she went Alfred. And then I liked going out on him, so I needed him to say one more thing. So I was like, Tommy, give me a man or high man But he had already said, Man, Prior that I didn't want to end two lines. Tommy China's only got, like 12 in the movie and both of amend with Man, I'm a better writer than that. So what I said just to the first line is like Smells like this reboot went up in smoke and up, and Smoke is the title of a Cheech Chong movie they made years ago. Then we cut to Melissa. Then we cut back to Tommy and I said, Tommy, then you. But in this moment in the scene with High Man and that's where the man was in play. You have to be very careful, judicious in uses of Tommy Chong's man, because it's a very powerful one. Syllable word in cinema history. Man, obviously, is not visual going on the scene, So I have to say things I can't marker the air like Tommy said this. Well, I guess I could do it here. Tommy said, Man, And I knew we had a movie. Sorry to how Heidi Let's pause it and we've got our three characters. There's a silent Bob played by me J, played by Jason Use, and sitting between them is Milly, his long lost daughter portrayed by my daughter, Harley Quinn Smith. I should use a marker for the sort of thing this actor came out of my balls. This actor showed me his balls every day of his life that I've known him. This guy is wondering, You know what? He's stuck in this rudimentary motion picture instead of making Quentin Tarantino type movies. But this guy doesn't realize he ain't even as talented as this guy, you know. He hitched his wagon to this guy starts This guy's a true original true American original man, and this guy was smart enough to see that and exploited. This kid is exploited. This man, he's I say, kid, he's like 45 Bobby on this movie exists in the first place, this family story between these two right here along laws. Dad finds his long lost daughter because Jason Me was in real life has been a dad for the last four years, and I've never met a better father than him. It's very ironic, because Jason's the kind of guy that, like you, wouldn't trust him, you know, with 50 cents, let alone a human life, let alone a human life of a child. Bart Simpson, you know, grown up and stuff. And I include myself in that equation, and my father in that equation and the Lord our God, who I understand, was also apparent. Jason's got him all beat, man, and maybe it's because she's like four and he's 45. But emotionally they meet on the same plane maturity level or what not? And then I was like, Wait, if he's a weird, wonderful dad to his kid, maybe J. Would be a weird, wonderful dad to his kid. And so I stole the idea from real life, and then I threw my kid into it. As you see, it became this big market mess. So were about to hear the button on the scene. A button. It ends the scene, man, and I have to explain the button because we don't see the rest of the scenes. Jay's gonna turn to Silent Bob and say, I'm sorry to how high. But this meaning Blunt Man Be Chronic is now the greatest movie ever made because earlier in the movie J contends that how high the movie with Method and Red is the best movie ever made, and they model their lives after that movie. So as they sit here and watch Bluntman and Chronic, J realizes I've been wrong. This is who, what were modeling our lives after this is the best movie ever made. So without clearing the deck, let's watch this scene conclude it's gonna be a mess, ladies and gentlemen, but I think that's a metaphor for most Kevin Smith movies. You have to see through a lot of pink marquetry shit to find the good. Let's try to do it together, shall we? Jamie, Let's watch Sorry to how high do But this is now the greatest movie ever made. Thank God that was short, because that would have been really irritating. To watch a long scene through all that marker is a bad idea. But life is about a series of bad ideas, kid. Sometimes you just swing for the fences and sometimes the good ideas are good. Sometimes they fall apart in front of a camera and you realize I shouldn't have said anything. Why did I come anyway? There it is, man. We have taken notes, honesty, and hopefully it look took lots of notes. And hopefully you've learned something. And what you've learned is like I never making that fucking movie looks terrible. You're right, cause I already made us. You don't have to. I make the bad movie so you don't have to as me taking one for you. So don't get off my about Pat me on the back instead. Thank you. There's been no sign of scene.