Oliver, Stoned.

Synopsis: The world's biggest stoner, Oliver, loses a high profile car, forcing him to steal an ice cream truck and enlist his wacky friends to help track down the thief before it's too late.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Tom Morris
Production: October Coast
90 min

welcome to Oxnard California

population two hundred thousand

it's a city with very diverse culture

the popular local catchphrase

is going hard in the 'nard

this maybe a tribute that Oxnard's not above average crime-ry

very crime has a victim and

ever victim has story of strength, struggle, love

this is the tale of Oliver Barns and

it begins with Oliver


[music plays]

well, hi there sexy lady

welcome, please select the wash


[speaks Chinese]

son of a b*tch

oh f***

yo Oliver

what the f' is going on here, bro?

why is interior of Acura soaked?

no that's the part of dangerous package

don't bullshit me, dawg

I know you're out enjoy riding this car

you took this to hand ,free of Victoria , didn't you?

yeah, if I paid for it so who cares

are you high?


then why your eyes are so red

uh, the shampoo,....

[blows raspberry] shot at face

you see space between my finger?

that space represent how close you're being fired.

that's for shizzle, my man!

so sorry you had to see that.

I thought I was speeding the process by getting car washed first.

I didn't know miss Jones lest the sunroof open

-I can't be blame for that

-ofcourse you can't be blame for that, you cant be blame for anything

that the magic of Oliver

never responsible for his actions

who thinks the car get washed with windows down

alright, fine, I'll do better, um

why don't you put me on the phones

forget it, you'd be calling for pizzas ,checking the correct time

here, you know what?

hit the streets!

oh, dad why am I on flier duty?

you need to start take advantage of

the opportunity that you given

'cus if you don't , mark my words

they will disappear

oh, and Oliver


-could you please call me Jeff

the whole dad thing makes me out

to be kinda old and weird

you know, cus we're a

dangerously cool dudes

[chair noises] 'kay

is this broke?

did you send my chair?

com'on down the dangerous details

danger is in the detail

first visit free

-oh excuse me miss

-I'm not interested

are you sure? I'm very detail oriented, I'll do good job

fine, I'll take one but only cus my boyfirend

drives a really bitchin' car

yeah, we don't really do free details for your boyfirend


-no, c'mon man, sh*t

-the devil


the devil is the detail, you get you're whole slogan ass backwards

have some pride in your marketing

-well, it's not my slogan, it's my dad's, it's his comapny

-what you got there, chief


you probably shoudn't partake seeing as how you working and all

-yeah, well

yolo, it's something right

I love you yolo

how is he?

he's good

-would you say hello for me

sure man, whatever you say budd

you know, what?

I see alot of myself in you

the way you carry yourself

oh, yeah, how so

well, I don't normally like to

dispense advice here on bench

it's not safe, um

but if you wanna come back with me to my tent

I can probably teach you a thing or two

-about life


screw that, I got dreams to follow

I have dreams


but what

life is good

c'mon, who's gonna get it

who's gonna get it


who are you?

why do you have ladder?

oh, you guys are the painters

works, hold on

that sh*t's really hard to paint, like all the lines are really strange

I always wanted me something like paint brush

and what you do with that

what's in the India like?

is it, is it spicey?

oh, you guys forgot your paint

romantic ram??? what the,

hey, hey, that's my joint.

he wore skinny jeans

my father wear skinny jeans, we

nothing, you don't think that's kinda strange, right?

are you guy wear a bat?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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