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Puff, Puff, Pass (2006)

R | | Comedy | 9 May 2006 (USA)
Tired of being on the wagon, two stoners get voluntarily mixed up in the plot to rip off a shady figure known as Mr. Big.

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Tired of being on the wagon, two stoners get voluntarily mixed up in the plot to rip off a shady figure known as Mr. Big.

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The film was originally titled "Easier Softer Way" and had extensive scenes where Larry, Rico and Big Daddy team up with John DuPree in Nicaragua. He explains the "complex" nature of the Tiny Classified Ads, and how the Real Estate thing is also a scam, and what the real successful business is. The title had links to this plot line, and had nothing to do with the way they finally released the movie, so it was changed to suit the new focus of the plot. See more »

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Montana: In the Rehab office - Heavens House: Speaking of whitch - STD's?
Larry: Leans forward: I once had the skin on my entire ballbag peeled of in one piece...
Larry: Shocked: When was this?
Larry: Oh god, 4 or 5 years ago?
Montana: Did you get it checked out?
Larry: Laughs: It was a crazy time, yeah I probably should have seen a doctor...
Montana: Laughs: Probably, okey... ehm Your drug of choice?
Larry: What do you got?
Montana: No, im serious
Larry: Me to
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Not that bad
16 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you go into watching this movie looking for the pothead humor of Half Baked or even That 70s Show, you will not find what you are looking for. By that I mean there is no "Man I am so high" giggle giggle jokes. Although there is a fair share of toilet humor, literally. The acting, in my opinion was good. There is nothing I hate more than an actor playing up to all the stereotypes to make themselves seem "intoxicated." Smoking marijuana may not make you the smartest person around, but you can still function. With the writing, it seems like they were trying to make built in catchphrases, by repeating the same lines at several points. It's not like they were randomly spoken, they fit every time. I just don't see them getting to be as big as say, "Your mom goes to college." But who thought that that would catch on? Irreguardless, I'm sorry, regardless, it is a decent movie. A good example of why a movie should go direct to DVD. It's likable, just not a blockbuster hit. It's good marketing not to waste money advertising it. The people that are going to see it know about it and are going to rent it or buy it either way. It's complex.


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