A recent college graduate (Brener) decides to sell marijuana on the streets of Manhattan after losing his job at a consulting firm. He soon meets the girl of his dreams (Daddario). With an unsupportive girlfriend, an increase of clienteles, and the growing threats of being caught or killed, he soon realizes he is in way over his head.Written by
"The original krooks and nannies" is a philadelphia based indie band, who's song is featured in the opening sequence See more »
According to a shot of his smartphone just before David is fired on Monday, May 18, which is only consistent with the recent year 2015. However, later in the film, David receives a reply text from MJ dated in September 2013. In addition to being the wrong year, it's the wrong month because the plot is supposedly still in May since David is fired on the same day Kate is about to begin a law firm summer internship. See more »
Oh, and could you just tell the front desk that if my mum calls, to just, you know, tell her that I stepped out to lunch or something?
Just for today?
No, I mean, probably for, like, six months or so until I get a new job...
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I really wanted to like this movie. I like the pot culture. I enjoy self medicating. Big Head from Silicon Valley is an actor I enjoy seeing in TV and movies. The girl is hot.
The movie unfortunately lacks depth. There is nothing compelling about any of the main characters. His relationship with the girl didn't draw me in mostly because the writing is very shallow. He likes her because she is really hot. She likes him because he plays a song she likes. It is difficult to say why she continues to like him. There is nothing funny in the movie. I think I would have liked it if it was at least a little funny.
There is little to like in this movie other than a curious fascination with how he built his weed dealing business on craigslist and some hope that we may see the girls' boobs.
There are plenty of great examples of how to develop characters and relationships in movies. No excuse for bad writing.
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