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Kevin Smith - Smodimations

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Podcasts You Can Actually See!

Since 2007, filmmaker and pop culture loudmouth Kevin Smith and his longtime producer and friend Scott Mosier have been littering the Internet with hundreds of hours of dopey stoner storytelling and chitchat called SModcast. Now Canadian animator Steve Stark cartoons the weirdest and funniest conversational snippets of that chatter into SModimations!
The laugh-out-loud-funny first season of SModimations has now been edited together with brand new material to create a seamless animated feature film experience tailored for both the Smith-obsessed as well as total newbies! Strap on a diaper and wet yourself laughing while Kevin and Scott take you under the seas to meet an aquatic superzero, use black magic and old-timey boxing to fight the Rapture, and cast the spell that lets young wizards everywhere slut it up with zero repercussions: Forgeticus!


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for SModcast fans Nov. 30 2011
This is a great DVD for those of us who are fans of SModcast. I have personally been listening to SModcast since day 1. Us fans have all heard the humour before but adding animation to the podcast definitely puts a different twist on it. And it works.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect! March 13 2013
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This is perfect just what we were after! Just as described :) We would buy here again for sure no questions!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting Jan. 5 2013
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Was not sure what to expect but was hoping something along the lines of the Clerks animated series. This is definately not that, and though I am a fan of Kevin Smith and Jason Mews this is not a try 4 out of 5 rating. Since there are no half star values (that or I am too lazy to find them) this is moer like 3.5 out of 5 in my opinion. Some of the material presented just seemed to follow a lot of dick and gay jokes which is what largely populated the Bluntman and Chronic comic book series (which I was not a fan of), and that got a bit tired fast for me. If you are a hardcore Smith fan I am sure this would be fine with you and you would greatly enjoy this if you never listened to the Smodians podcast. I never listened to the podcast, but still found this enjoyable, just not spectacular.
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4.0 out of 5 stars SmAdequate Oct. 28 2011
By Ron Heck - Published on Amazon.com
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This is probably one of those situations where you know exactly whether or not you're going to buy this. Do you like Kevin Smith podcasts? Do you like the youtube animated versions of said podcasts? Do you want to own it on a hard copy to watch on a big screen TV? Then there's little reason to read reviews. However, this DVD contains all of the "first season" of youtube shorts Kevin Smith commissioned after Steve Stark animated two segments of the smodcast oddball stream-of-consciousness comedy podcasts. This little tidbit of information about the making of these cartoons is almost nowhere to be found on this disc. There's no documentary, no interviews, no artwork, and no commentary (yes, I realize that would be commentary on commentary). There's not much as far as extras in this package when compared to previous Smith DVDs, like Zack and Miri and Clerks 2. This is a little disappointing if you're like me and watched these shorts for free multiple times, until you could got to a point where you weren't quite laughing as hysterically every time.

What you do get for your $15 (or whatever it is at the time you read this) on this DVD of cartoons you may have already seen is a brief intro and outro at the beginning and end of the DVD, new (albeit very small) segments added into a couple of the shorts (most notably, the Harry Potter ones), slightly more detailed animation, and two filmed live podcasts. The two live action podcasts are easily the best part of the disc for me. I finally get to see Ralph Garman's face as he does his many impressions, including the clown one that always disturbs Kevin so much. The only problem is that the Hollywood Babble On show seems heavily edited. I could be remembering wrong, but it felt like many of the stories covered were cut short and the Jerry Lewis bit ran on for much longer in the original podcast. The way they work the photos they are discussing into the episode is also just weird and cheap looking. The real surprise was the Jay and Silent Bob Get Old show. I listened to the first ten episodes online, but my interest in the show waned, so this particular episode I don't think I had listened to yet. Jay Mewes' presence on stage is something to behold and the energy of this particular show is infectious.

The other nitpick I have is that the sound is really hit or miss. I can understand it being a little off in the cartoons and live shows because of the way it was recorded, but the real problem is in the live action bookends and cartoon transitions. I kept having to grab the remote to adjust it when it got randomly really loud and then really soft. Those are the only places where sound quality actually shouldn't be an issue. And while I do like the Stark designs on the DVD case, the actual packaging of the disc is a little bland with just repeated versions of the same stuff on the inside and outside.

But that stuff doesn't really matter all that much. If Season 2 were released in the exact same way on DVD, I'd still buy it because I like these cartoons and I want to support them in any way I can. Just know that this really is not for everybody and showing them to the wrong friends is likely to emit looks of horror and/or confused boredom. Though for the rest of us, we'll still be chuckling at this bizarre inside joke turned physical product.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tear in my eye Oct. 18 2011
By Silent Snootch - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this DVD as part of a box set from Shout Factory, but if you are looking to get just this disc, it is well worth it. I wait on the edge of my seat each month to see a new cartoon, as Steve Stark is a genius at bringing Kevin and Scott to animated form. He sees the conversation in his head, and animates all the manerisms and neuances with perfection. It is the animation alone that has me in stitches. The editing of the stories is perfect, as no crucial details are left out to make the stories flow, and I have to say, the way the entire DVD was edited together as one continuous movie is incredible. I hope this tradition continues forward and the rest of the SModimations that have been done get this same amazing treatment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great movie, if a bit short Jan. 12 2012
By Eric H. - Published on Amazon.com
I love Kevin Smith, SModcast, and SMopimations this is a great way to support the program as well relive some of the funniest parts of SModcast it is very short though
5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious July 18 2013
By Lawrence Ewing - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like smodcast, you'll love smodimations. I laugh out loud every single time I watch this DVD. The "forgeticus" skit is one of the best things I've ever seen in my life.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as I'd hoped it would be Dec 26 2011
By Triad101 - Published on Amazon.com
I love Kevin Smith's movies, I mean I even listened to his podcast. But this turned out to be less than spectacular, The animation was sub standard and wasn't as fun to watch as I thought it would be.
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