Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|High Times' Potluck|
Actors: Jason Mewes, Jackie Martling
Genres: Comedy, Music Video & Concerts
All the rules go up in smoke when an enormous stash of high grade ganja goes missing. As the coveted suitcases full of marijuana is sold stolen re-stolen & sold again a bizarre assortment of characters including mobsters h... more »
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I say Nope to Dope, but Yes to this Movie!
Dawn | Houston, TX USA | 05/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When my husband rented this movie, I was skeptical. After watching it, I had to add it to my DVD collection. The movie revolves around a briefcase of pot with 'bad karma' that no one can seem to get rid of. As the story unfolds, many different people are intertwined and cross each others' paths (including an artist, a she-male, a chick band, pot dealers, the FBI, and the mob) until it all comes together at the end. I LOVE movies like that! So, you can smoke a doobie and watch it for the pot references, or just pop it in the player and watch a comical movie with a funny/happy ending. I LOVE it when everything works out in the end."
This is not a bad movie at all (if you like stoner movies...
T. M Rogers | Az United States | 05/02/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"For fans of The Lunachicks, this movie features that band along with a lead role by sexy tattoo-covered singer Theo Kogan. Jason Mewes has a VERY SMALL part, so fans be warned! The story revolves around a briefcase of pot that is stolen and falls into the hands of several different New York City characters (dealers, mobsters, stoners and musicians). The main reason to see this movie would be Theo Kogan, as she shines in this one. And as for the reviewer who compares the amazing film Excalibur to Pot Luck and Flash Gordon? What!!? Flash Gordon was campy fun. John Boorman's 4 star Excalibur is a beautiful, stunning film that I find more entertaining than any of the 3 Lord Of The Rings. A classic in every sense (and the reviews were almost all stellar when it was originally released). I am truly baffled!"
High Times should be ashamed
D. Zombro | Hagerstown, Md usa | 07/19/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is horrible, the acting is contrived, the plot is looser than a crack (...), and there is enough cliche in this movie to make it an afterschool special. I don't know anyone who smokes and uses the word dude four or five times in a sentence. Why would high times use such cop out dialog? Were they making this movie for Pat Roberts or Tucker Carlson. High Times should be ashamed. Comedy is one thing, but this is as far from comedy as CURSED is from a horror film. Anyone who saw this pile of steaming crap will know what I am talking about. Not really too much to say about this film, except that just because a movie has pot in it certainly does not make it underground or cool. This movie is as underground and cool as Richard Nixon's meeting with Elvis."
Chris Cormier | canada | 07/07/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is a pretty bad movie. Suitable for Grade 12 viewers / stoners. Not extremely well made (the dialogue is buried a lot of the time) or well plotted (very contrived and silly storyline). There are no funny characters that make the movie watchable despite its awfulness (like in Little Nicky). The ending, while better than the ending for 'Mars Attacks' is still cheesy in the extreme.