Synopsis: 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 figuring out the modern world.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Brad Epstein
Production: Screen Media Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min



Dude, this is good chili.

What's in this?

Can't tell you.

Mom's secret recipe.

Oh yeah?

Yo man, how many of these

seeds you think we've

thrown over here over the

past couple of years?


What, a quadrillion?

Is that a real number?

I don't know if it's a

real number and a fake

word, or a fake word

and a real number.

It's like, how come

the weed won't grow?

Man, we found the only

spot in the northwest

where weed won't grow.

It's not good.

Come on dude, let's go.

We're gonna be late

picking up Debbie.

-Let's do this.

-Let's do it!

Come on.

Come on man!


Hold up! Wait up, wait up. I

forgot my bike, hold on.

Hi, Mr. Sanchez.

I'm Harris,

Debbie's boyfriend.

We're here to take Debbie to

the raising hell concert.

Is she ready?

What up dude?

I mean sir dude.

You've got to

be kidding me.

I know, women right?

Never ready on time.

No, we'll wait.

Hey, by any chance you

got any munchy snacks?

I know you got 'em.

Don't you hold out on me!



So Debbie tells

me you're not planning on

going to college.

No sir.

We don't need college.

Reeves and I are going to

start our own business and

live off the grid.

That's right.

Off the what?

Oh, well, you know.

Not get caught up in the

whole corporate rat race.

Corporations kill

the working man.

- I got this.

- -Yeah, I.

It's a really cool idea.

-Are you ready?


Reeves and I drive around

the country selling coffee

on street corners.




Yo, dude, okay.

And then sometimes we'll

just set up right in the

middle of the street if

-there ain't no corners!


-You know what I mean?


Where the corner at?

You want a whip it?


Whip it?

I was wrong

about you boys.

I want to apologize.

Oh, no need.

And this idea of yours

is one surefire plan for


-Yes, baby, yes!


This should be enough to

intoxicate my daughter,

don't you think?

Sir, we're, we're not

going to need that.

Oh yeah, sir,

no, we're fine.

We already have

vodka in our Van.


-So you have a Van.


I assume you must have a

mattress in the back

of the Van as well.

-No, no!

-Ha ha, not yet, not yet!

There's nothing like

fornicating in the back of

a Van, huh?

Am I right?

Well sir we're not into

the whole fucking animals


Hey, how are you

guys on condoms?

You know, on second

thought, it'll probably be

a lot more fun

to violate my daughter

without protection.

And you can join

in too, gordito!

You're not going to

let her go, are you?

-Why not?

-Because I don't like you boys.


You're stoners, this

concert is way too far

away, and Debbie

is a minor.

Alright, so

that's one reason.

And let me add

something else, okay?

In all my years, I have

never heard of such a

stupid idea

for a business.

Selling cups of coffee?

That's as dumb as trying

to sell bottles of water!

Alright, alright.


I see what's going on.

So, sir.

What if I promise

not to f*ck her?

-Wh-relax! We're negotiating.



Can I just talk

to Debbie, please?



So uh, can I go upstairs

and talk to Debbie?

What part of "no" is

confusing to you boys?

I don't know about him,

but to me, between the "k"

and the "w" being silent,

i-it's just never made any

sense to me.

You don't need this

because I'm sure you have

plenty of weed

in your Van.

Pssh, no!

I wish we had...

Yo, first off, I wish we

had plenty of weed in the

back of our Van, okay?

We're actually about to go

pick up some weed from one

of my homies that we know

on the way there because

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