This buddy comedy sees Anthony Stoner (Tommy Chong) doing a runner from his uptight parents and hitting the road to do what he loves best, smoking da 'erb and playing drums.By: Jamie Steinberg Q) What are the recent projects that you are working on? We’ve got new characters, new plot developments, new stunt people, new showrunner(s), a darker, sexier tone, it goes on and on… Q) As the season progresses, how might dynamics flip or switch?I started tricking again – a blend of gymnastics and martial arts best described as creative kicking, flipping and twisting – for the first time since college really because I thought that level of fitness, skill and attention to detail and discipline might elevate the role from the inside-out. To me, he seems like a deeply moral, tortured and complicated Renaissance Man because he is always, always growing even if not especially against the grain.
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The movies below are definitely not feel-good Sunday afternoon Netflix viewing and you'll probably want to refrain from rolling up a blunt — if it's legal in your state, of course — to take in these epics that showcase the dark side of drug use. Chelsea Handler explores the highs and lows of the diverse world of drugs, often by just getting down to it and ingesting them herself.
With a focus on psychoactive substances, look forward to seeing Chelsea find the contents of her stomach as opposed to her true self while undergoing an ayahuasca ceremony.
With a well-justified "if we can't have it, nobody can" attitude the pair go about sabotaging the movie in any way they can think of with results that bring the lols all the way.
Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke might be the granddaddy of stoner comedy, but that doesn't mean it's too old to get on the Netflix bandwagon!