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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I say Nope to Dope, but Yes to this Movie! May 22 2005
By Dawn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
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.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
great movie Oct. 18 2012
By dave - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
this movie is excellent. good story and lots of laughs. this movie goes outside the box, cast is great for this movie
Great movie Feb. 4 2014
By Mardi Birch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This Indie movie is great if you like comedies about pot. Since I am a Cheech & Chong fan since the 70's this one really appealed to me.
Only buy this is you really love Theo and the Lunachicks Oct. 7 2013
By Guitarfreak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie grossed less than $5,000. There is a reason for that. It is not good.

I bought this DVD (used for 42 cents plus shipping) because I am a huge fan of Theo Kogan and the Lunachicks. I knew Theo was in it before I bought it but I didn't know the Lunachicks are in it as well (briefly). That would be the only reason to watch it. Theo does a good job with her role but there is not a lot to work with. You get to see Theo's tattoos close up (and Squid's tats on her leg.) Squid and Gina have really bit parts. You'll see the Lunachicks in the rehearsal room and "perform" (lipsync at a "reefer rally") part of "Nowhere Fast" from their "Luxury Problem" album with Helen Destroy on drums. There are a few other Lunachicks songs from "Luxury Problem" played in the background of the movie. Sean Pierce, Theo's husband and guitarist/keyboardist for "Theo and the Skyscrapers" and the "Toilet Boys" has a small role as well.

Good cast, weak script. A lot of the mobsters are the same guys who are in the De Niro movie "A Bronx Tale." The problem is that this movie is not funny. There was one or two moments that were almost funny.

The worst thing about this movie is David Peel. Lousy actor, lousy musician, lousy person. I met him at a Beatle convention years ago. This guy is so full of himself. He was practically begging people to let him sign a autograph while they were running away from him. He had this guitar that looked like it was up someone's ass before he picked it out of the garbage. He misplaced it and asked me if I stole it. I would not have touched that guitar with rubber gloves on. Peel's claim to fame is that John Lennon saw him acting like the moron that he is out on the streets of New York and decided to see what it was like to elevate this idiot out of obscurity as a cruel joke. Frank Zappa did the same thing in L.A. with a schizophrenic skid row bum named "Wild Man Fischer."

With or without Peel, this movie sucks.

If the producers of this film were really thinking they would have scrapped the idea of making a reefer movie and made a documentary about the Lunachicks. Instead of losing all the money it took to make this film, they would still be making money today. That's why they call it dope. I'll give this movie 2 stars because I love Theo Kogan and the Lunachicks. If they weren't in it I would give it 0 stars. In fact, I would have never watched it.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Dreadful and embarrassing March 21 2005
By DominionOnline - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I am a self-confessed fiend for the work of the transcendent actor Jason Isaacs. It's a shame his work is so frequently book-ended by this kind of dreck.

I wish I could comment cogently on the content of this movie, but the production values were so egregious and the transfer quality--and this was a movie that went straight to DVD--so poor that I have no idea what the "plot" was. The dialogue is virtually unintelligible because the soundtrack audio is so muddy, the camerawork inept, the lighting unprofessional...I could go on and on, as I believe this movie did, but I will do as I did when viewing it and stop early.

I'm sorry, Jason--and I bet you are too.

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