Madness in the Method (2019) - Comedy, Crime

Hohum Score

10

Engaging

Jason Mewes, attempting method acting in order to gain more respect for himself in Hollywood, slowly descends into madness.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Jason Mewes
Stars: Jason Mewes, Vinnie Jones
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: Not Rated
Reviews: 0 out of 37 found boring (0%)

One-line Reviews (10)

I've been a fan of Jason and Kevin since clerks, and found this movie to be enjoyable.

*Most moviebuff will probably find this entertaining, there are plenty of homages and spoofs on other movies in it (note that they aren't as clear as mainstream usually feeds) - notice how the camera angles and cinematography change severely to mimic known pieces at a handful of times.

The only scene I found remotely entertaining was the argument between Kevin Smith and Jay towards the end that set up the ending.

It's funny, disturbing and utterly engaging - a worthwhile watch for any viewer, with a few easter eggs sprinkled in for fans of Smith's work.

The clever, meta storyline, the entertaining cameos, and of course, Jason Mewes himself.

Surprisingly, really entertaining.

As a life long fan that was entertaining to see.

Super unexpected plot, crazy turns everywhere that keep you on the edge of your seat.

It's Jason Mewes folks; as much as his character wants to be taken seriously in the plot of this movie, the thick Hollywood satire makes it too enjoyable to worry about actual Oscar level honors.

This isn't great british comedy, Hot Shots or Best in Show, but it is entertaining.