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When I sat down to watch "Stonerville", I was expecting more of a drug-comedy because of the name, but this movie was actually nothing like what I had expected, it was far more boring.
As a comedy, "Stonerville" surprisingly failed to make me laugh even once. I actually think it didn't even manage to make a smile. The jokes and punchlines in the movie were far from being fun, actually quite the opposite. Which just makes me wonder how far out on drugs did you have to be to enjoy this movie.
The story was far from appealing, it never managed to fully connect with me on any level, and it was very jumpy, flashing to and fro on so many various topics, none of them really coming full circle at any time. So the end result was one big mashed up soup of story lines and plots.
Something that does come to mind though, was just how did they manage to convince Leslie Nielsen and Pauly Shore to be a part of this movie? Sure, their roles were minute, but still, how did that come about.
"Stonerville" is not fun on any levels, and for a comedy it was surprisingly boring. I don't' recommend this movie to anyone, unless you are an avid fan of anyone in it. This movie was sort of a sad reminiscent of a washed out 1980's teenage comedy.
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