'Harold & Kumar' is about two guys on the greatest munchie mission in history. The movie is funny and fast, and most importantly, doesn't take itself too seriously at all.
Although the sequel, 'Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay' upped the ante in terms of pure craziness, it didn't seem to have the heart or originality of the first movie.
And who can forget the legendary cameo by Neil Patrick Harris?
Watch the trailer:
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Rolling Kansas is a delightful romp about five men on a road trip to the mythical marijuana fields of Kansas in search of a top secret government stash. And it co-stars Rip Torn as a crazy, old kook. Need I say more?
Here's a clip:
Here's a clip:
Posted by Editor at 1:11 PM
Monday, July 26, 2010
Okay. This one makes it on the list primarily due to it's historical significance.The film, released in 1936, was funded by a church group and originally went by the title 'Tell Your Children'. The plot revolves around the tragedies that ensue when high school students are lured by pushers to try smoking pot. Consequences of using the devil weed include a hit and run accident, a rape, and a suicide.
The movie is quite humorous to watch due to the fact that the whole movie is basically one big gob of misinformation. I'm sure this movie did quite a bit to defame marijuana during it's time, but now it's just funny.
Check out a clip below:
Posted by Editor at 4:29 PM