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Rolling Kansas (2003)

R | | Comedy | 24 January 2003 (USA)
An independent film about a road trip to find a magical forest of marijuana.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ryan McDow ...
Young Dinkadoo
State Trooper (as CK McFarland)
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Matt Bardocz ...
Hefty Passenger (as Matthew C. Bardocz)
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An independent film about a road trip to find a magical forest of marijuana.

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Rated R for language, drug content and brief nudity | See all certifications »

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24 January 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Канзас на колесах  »

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The first time we see the baby bunnies in the cooler they are completely covered in hair. In the space of hours they open their eyes and start hopping. In reality baby rabbits are born naked (no fur) with their eyes tightly shut. It takes about 10 DAYS for their fur to grow fully. It takes two WEEKS for their eyes to open and for them to start hopping around. The baby bunnies in the movie are at least two weeks old. See more »


Dinkadoo Murphy: [startled] Our weed is packed with trunk!
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One funny ass movie
9 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

Rolling Kansas is a truly underrated comedy about the brothers Murphy. They are Dick (James Roday), the oldest brother, Dinkadoo (Sam Huntington), the handicapped jerk, and Dave (Jay Paulson), the unsuccessful business owner. Along with their friends Kevin (Charlie Finn) and Hunter (Ryan McDow), they travel across the country when they find out that their parents owned a big field of weed. The film features smart, funny dialogue, perfect timing, and a surprisingly worth while message about friends, families, and relationships overall. The film reminds me of a kind of independent, stoner version of Road Trip. While there is not actually any pot smoking in the film itself, it can be said that it is one of the best stoner films ever made. I couldn't stop laughing throughout the whole movie, but by the end it ends up becoming surprisingly touching and heartwarming. It's sure as hell a good sign when a film about a road trip to find a field of drugs turns heartwarming. All the young actors are excellent, along with Rip Torn as an old man who helps them find the field of weed, and the film is a must see to anyone with even a tiny sense of humor or heart in their bodies.

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