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20 April 2008 (USA) See more »
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Stand up comedian and marijuana user Doug Benson documents thirty days of pot free living and thirty days of non-stop use to compare the effects of both. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Decent, but not really worth the time. See more (31 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Brian Unger ... Narrator (voice)
Gary Cohan ... Himself
Robert Gore ... Himself

Sean Tabibian ... Himself

Paul F. Tompkins ... Himself

Bob Odenkirk ... Himself

Graham Elwood ... Himself
Jimmy Dore ... Himself

Greg Proops ... Himself

Rob Huebel ... Himself

Rob Riggle ... Himself

Brian Posehn ... Himself

Patton Oswalt ... Himself

Sarah Silverman ... Herself
Arj Barker ... Himself

Zach Galifianakis ... Himself
Calvin Frye ... Himself
Don Duncan ... Himself
James Underdown ... Himself (as Jim Underdown)
Marc Emery ... Himself

Dana Gould ... Himself
Craig X. Rubin ... Himself (as Craig X.)

Joe Escalante ... Himself
John Marty ... Himself
Darrell Paulsen ... Himself
Missy Narrance ... Herself
Richard Lee ... Himself
Andrew Glazier ... Himself
Dennis Peron ... Himself
Jeffrey Prang ... Himself
John Smith ... Rogue Cop

Doug Benson ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amit Itelman ... Himself
John Marty ... Himself

Ian Roberts ... Himself

Jeffrey Ross ... Himself (as Jeff Ross)
Lynnette Shaw ... Herself
Alex Campbell ... Himself (uncredited)

Dave Navarro ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Blieden 
 
Produced by
Alex Campbell .... producer
Bahman Naraghi .... co-executive producer
D.J. Paul .... executive producer
Ted Sarandos .... co-executive producer
Inman Young .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Walker Young (original songs)
 
Cinematography by
Brandon Hickman 
 
Film Editing by
Alexis Hanawalt 
 
Production Management
Inman Young .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Christian Dwiggins .... post sound services (as Christian Dwigguns)
Christian Dwiggins .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Christian Dwiggins .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Mike Risha .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
R.D. White .... sound designer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Blieden .... additional camera operator
Alex Campbell .... additional camera operator
Jeff Crocker .... additional camera operator
Johnny Flanagan .... additional camera operator
Alexis Hanawalt .... additional camera operator
Sarah Holzgraf .... additional camera operator
Mia Mazza .... additional camera operator
Elaine Raskin .... additional camera operator
Sonja Soriano .... additional camera operator
George Whitman .... additional camera operator
Michael Wunderle .... second unit: cinematographer
Inman Young .... additional camera operator
Walker Young .... additional camera operator
 
Animation Department
Jeff Crocker .... titles and animation
 
Editorial Department
Jeff Crocker .... additional editor
Austin Michael Scott .... assistant on-line editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Peter Shurkin .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Kinsey Beck .... creative consultant
Michael Donaldson .... legal counsel (as Michael C. Donaldson)
Mitch Earleywine .... "experiment" designed by (as Dr. Mitch Earleywine)
Benjamin George .... production intern (as Ben George)
Sarah Holzgraf .... production coordinator
Cassandra McCoy .... production intern
Elaine Raskin .... assistant coordinator
Peggy Ripken .... creative consultant
George Whitman .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Aziz Ansari .... special thanks
Lee Baca .... special thanks (as Sheriff Lee Baca)
Michelle Benjamin .... in memory of
Matt Besser .... special thanks
William Bratton .... special thanks (as Chief William Bratton)
Louis C.K. .... special thanks (as Louis CK)
The Grateful Dead .... special thanks (as Grateful Dead)
Jimmy Pardo .... special thanks
Morgan Spurlock .... special thanks
Lisa Ullmann .... special thanks
Antonio Villaraigosa .... special thanks (as Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa)
Matt Walsh .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for pervasive drug content and language
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USA:89 min | USA:94 min
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Trivia:
When the counter changes from "Day 17" to "Day 18", the female announcer says "Good Morning" ("Boker Tov") in Hebrew.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs Super Size Me (2004)See more »
Soundtrack:
Wake Up and Smell the MillenniumSee more »

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11 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Decent, but not really worth the time., 29 August 2009
Author: Tab132 from United States

After being told to watch this by various of my stoner friends, i decided to watch it on youtube. This film is a joke turned documentary, a parody of Super Size Me but with cannabis instead of MC Donald's. What i expected was to watch this guy smoke tons of weed and cover subjects related to it, both of which are seldomely met. The truth is, Super High Me consists mostly of Doug Benson stand up act. So for the majority, we just get jokes about being high with a pointless celebrity appearance here and there, with very little concerning the legislation of cannabis. The main point is this, watching someone be sober for 30 days, then be stoned for 30 days, isn't exactly what i'd call entertainment or quality film-making.

There's only about 3/4 tests. One for psychic ability (is there a point?), One for SAT scores, One for Sperm Count, and one for basic intelligence i guess you'd say. Each of these are covered with about 30-40 seconds of screen time, twice in the movie, so your obviously not getting a lot of information for the majority. This movie pretty much just glamorizes California throughout, cause thats the subject most covered. Yes they have dispendencys with different types of pot, yes they have DEA take downs, and yes they have medical mary jane. I covered that in a, probably grammar incorrect, sentence. Here, its covered for about 12-18 minutes, very boring. And for a movie called Super High Me, i expected to see way more usage. There's a surprising lack of content, and as i said before, the majority of the movie is his stand up act.

The actual production is pretty limited. Basically a guy follows Doug around with a camera, not much else, no interview shots are planned or anything like a normal documentary, the only shot setups i really noticed are those of his stand up act, so pretty much its just a guy with a camera filming people talking. No questions are really asked, instead we just have stoners talking about gibberish regarding pot (Although that pot prince guy was pretty hilarious). The sound balance is uneven, at times music will play and render a speaker inaudible. The interviewees don't exactly have any significance, at one point one there is Brian Posehn, who just eats his burger, doesn't say crap, and the scene ends, and also one with his co-star Sarah Silverman, just taking some type of rip from some type of vaporizer, the guitarists of janes addiction is there playing some chords not saying a thing, the scene ends. This is pretty much proof that someone in the crew has to be sober for a movie to be good.

So pretty much all you have here is stand up, which at times, is actually pretty funny. The actual focus of the documentary, isn't exactly 'focused'. Stoners just aren't that interesting, they smoke pot, and sit back and be lazy, thats about it. I'm a pothead who smokes pretty damn often, and i wasn't exactly impressed. Smoke a blunt and watch something a little bit more worthwhile like half baked or harold and kumar, this isn't really a entertaining or groundbreaking documentary. If your really interested in the effects and culture of cannabis, check out bbc's show Should I Smoke Dope, its pretty much what this should have been.

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