Comedy that tells the story of two free spirited stoners who, after smoking some top secret pot created by the CIA in 1986, find themselves catapulted into 2016. With 30 years of their ...
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The Brothers Freeman
Michael J. Prosser,
Comedy that tells the story of two free spirited stoners who, after smoking some top secret pot created by the CIA in 1986, find themselves catapulted into 2016. With 30 years of their lives lost, our now balding and overweight friends use their uncomplicated enthusiasm to get their lives back on track and to figure out the modern world.Written by
Brad Epstein and Ike Suri
The preview for this movie was far superior to the actual movie. I am a huge fan of Russell Peters and Faizon Love but after 20 minutes of "Ripped", I was ready to for the movie to end.
As expected, the film spews dribble in the form of malicious stereotypes (i.e. potheads are dumb, have no real ambition, and so on). The film doesn't just push stereotypes on the audience, it obnoxiously smothers them with it.
This movie felt like a first draft submitted by a middle school paint- huffer that just discovered weed and the movie: Friday. The best thing about this movie is probably the soundtrack.
There isn't enough weed available to forget this tragedy.
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