The 20 Best Stoner Movies Of All Time
Dude in honor of the awesomeness that is Pineapple Express, starring Seth Rogan and James Franco, we offer up our 20 best stoner movies of all time. Somewhere among the stoner humor comes an intelligent film about weed. OK, so you’re not going to find your lighthearted buddy stoner comedy in Homegrown, but that doesn’t mean you should pass it by. While it’s not strictly a pothead movie, PCU has elements of stoner activity among the n’er-do-wells of The Pit and the campus potheads, who spend their days playing Frisbee. Seth Rogen delivers the stoner persona of Ben Stone well – conflicted by having to put his pothead ways behind him and become more responsible as he prepares for a baby. Breaking away from his stoner pals is hard to do because they’re just too much frickin fun. Seth Rogan naturally draws on his stoner experience and James Franco shows a funnier side over some of his serious roles. Friday became an instant stoner hit with the hilarious roles played by Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. A big shout out has to be given to both Harold and Kumar films – the original is the ultimate stoner munchy run gone awry. With so many Cheech and Chong stoner flicks to choose from, we went with the original and probably the best of the series, Up in Smoke, if only for the prestigious honor of having the biggest joint in film history.
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‘Disjointed’ Review: Kathy Bates’ Weed-Themed Netflix Comedy
You might have seen that Disjointed stars the great Kathy Bates and airs on Netflix, and assumed that it must be innovative in some way. Disjointed is a generic workplace sitcom that might as well take place at a health-food store, or a chiropractor’s office. Disjointed’s hacky sitcom format is a poor fit for Bates, who looks uncomfortable throughout, even appearing to read her lines off of cue cards at times. Disjointed’s supporting cast is mostly forgettable, because their characters are patched together from sitcom clichés. Across the board, Disjointed is marred by very broad, yell-y acting, with the cast straining to sell woeful jokes that range from tired pothead stereotypes to vulgar double-entendres. With shows like this and Fuller House, Netflix seems to be trying to establish a foothold in the traditional three-camera sitcom game. Disjointed’s failings just underline why the old-fashioned sitcom is a dying art these days. Michael Douglas actually just signed on to star in a new Netflix comedy series produced by Lorre. Mike, buddy, save yourself a lot of time and heartache: Watch five minutes of Disjointed to get an idea of what you’re in for and then run for the hills. THE TVLINE BOTTOM LINE: Just say no to Netflix’s Disjointed – a strained, dreadfully unfunny sitcom that squanders the talents of Kathy Bates.
Is Smoking Weed Around Dogs Dangerous?
At around the same time, I also composed a comprehensive website with 100 articles on dog and cat diseases, syndromes and treatments. None of the other 99 articles made much of a splash, but the article on marijuana really got noticed. I talk about canine marijuana intoxication in a straightforward and nonjudgemental way; this has unfortunately led some folks to the misconception that I endorse getting dogs stoned. NJ. The good news is that, unless an animal is confined in a pillowcase or in a room with extreme amounts of smoke, inhaling secondhand marijuana smoke is not likely to lead to intoxication. The bigger concern here is the smoke itself. Dogs have exquisitely sensitive lungs, and smoke can damage them. On the other hand, if the person doing the smoking does not go overboard, doesn’t smoke every day, and keeps a window open while smoking, it is not likely that much harm will come to the dog – from the smoke at least. Bear in mind that although I’ve never seen a dog die from marijuana intoxication, I have seen dogs die as a direct result of their owners getting stoned. The owner’s boyfriend got stoned and decided to hang out on his apartment building’s roof with the dog. It’s fun to write and joke about marijuana on the Internet, but remember that situations involving dogs and marijuana can end poorly.