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Mac & Devin Go to High School (2012)

R | | Comedy | 3 July 2012 (USA)
A comedy that follows two high school students -- one overachiever struggling to write his valedictorian speech, the other a senior now going on his 15th year of school.

Director:

Dylan C. Brown

Writers:

Herschel Faber (screenplay), Jarrett Golding (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Snoop Dogg ... Mac Johnson
Wiz Khalifa ... Devin Overstreet
Mike Epps ... Mr. Armstrong
Teairra Mari ... Ms. Huck
Derek Kane Derek Kane ... Assistant Principal Skinfloot (as Derek D.)
Luenell ... Principal Cummings
Teni Panosian ... Ashley
Paul Iacono ... Mahatma Chang Greenberg
Andy Milonakis ... Knees Down
Mystikal ... Slow Burn
Far East Movement ... Detention Students
Kendre Berry Kendre Berry ... Nerdy Chemistry Student / Hemptathalon Smoker 3
Samantha Cope ... Jasmine (as Samantha Cole)
Alicia Monet Caldwell ... Jubilance (as Alicia Mone't)
Affion Crockett ... Captain Kush
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Serving as a prequel to 2013's hit video game "Knack," Dr. Wolfman is on the run from the police for violating business practices after a gynecology procedure gone wrong. He is forced to shave his beard, change his identity and hide out in a local school as Chuck Duck, high school sophomore. However, he ends up getting roped into a drug trade ring with an undercover Snoop Dogg, who has found himself in a similar conflict with the law. Dr. Wolfman has to clear the name of both him and Mr. Dogg, while also staying under the radar of the school's administration. Can he make it back in time to save the world?

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive drug content and use, language and sexual content | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 July 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Мак и Девин идут в школу See more »

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Yard Entertainment See more »
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The name of the high school (Nathan Hale or N.Hale) was used as a tribute to Snoop Dogg's cousin Nathan (Nate Dogg) Hale, who died a year before the films release. It is also an abbreviation for "inhale". See more »


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You Can Put It in a Zag, I'mma Put It in a Blunt
Performed by Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa
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A Huge Cloud of Fart Flavored Pot Smoke
4 July 2012 | by fender918See all my reviews

I am a fan of both Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa. So when I heard that they were collaborating to make a stoner comedy I was excited. But unfortunately (in my opinion) this is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Here's some reasons why I think this.

The first problem is at the beginning of the movie, when we're introduced to "Slow Burn". A poorly animated cartoon joint that, really, looks like a white banana. Slow Burn delivers some of the dumbest and unfunny dialogue I've ever heard. Slow Burn then proceeds to tell us that we have to get high to enjoy this movie. Now, it's no lie that weed makes some terrible movies more enjoyable. But relying on the intoxication of your audience for a films enjoyment is pathetic.

The next issue came when I began to uncover what the overall plot was. A cool kid helps a nerdy kid become cool. This story has been reused 1000 times over. When put into the right hands, this plot could possibly become effective, but usually this is not the case.

Now I could be wrong about this, but, while watching, it seemed that the overall point of the movie was to sell music. When you make a movie specifically to sell something or some things ("Jack and Jill") it will usually not turn out well. Especially when it's obvious.

I could go in depth about how bad the acting was or how flat the jokes fell, but I'm not trying to write a book. Which is sad because this is a movie that I've been anticipating as a fan of Wiz and Snoop, and a fan of stoner comedies. But good stoner comedies have good characters that you like and care for. I could care less if Mac & Devin don't graduate (or for that matter DIE).


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