5 Classic Stoner Movies You Need To Watch
Weed and movies make an awesome combination. Movies about weed are even better. Sit back, light up and enjoying these five classic stoner movies.
Weed and movies make an awesome combination. Movies about weed are even better. Even after seeing your favorite classic stoner movie for the ten-thousandth time, you’re still going to laugh your ass off. We recommend sitting back, lighting up and enjoying these five classic stoner movies.
One day in the life of Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, chilling on a South Central porch with a head full of smoke.
Probably one of the most quotable movies on this list, it’s a cult classic and a stoner movie phenomenon.
2. Pineapple Express
Seth Rogen visits his dealer James Franco and gets a taste of a rare new herb delicacy called Pineapple Express.
It’s, like, the rarest. It’s almost a shame to smoke it. It’s like killing a unicorn. With, like, a bomb.
With witty writing and a star-studded cast, it’s no surprise that this is a stoner classic. And Seth Rogen introduced the cross joint to a new generation.
3. Dazed and Confused
The kids from a Texas high school are celebrating the start summer with freshmen hazing, a local pool parlor, and a keg party.
Truly a classic, it’s hard not to love this one. They spend practically every minute blazing to Aerosmith, arguing about aliens, sex and how much weed George Washington smoked.
4. Doobious Sources
The most recent addition to the stoner movie canon, Doobious Sources, is a reinvention of the genre that turns all the conventions upside down. Gone are the dimwitted wastoids, replaced by a couple of self-serving freelance video journalists who burn as many bridges as jays in their quest for newsworthy scandals.
It’s hilarious fun and perfect for inviting your buds over and getting baked. This one has all the makings of a modern stoner classic.
5. The Big Lebowski
How does the Dude abide?
Oh, the usual. I bowl. I drive around. The occasional acid flashback.
The Dude, His Dudeness, Or Duder. No matter what you call him, you’ll know this movie is timeless and amazing; a real masterpiece. If you haven’t watched The Dude in action, you’re missing out.