The Stoned Age (1994)





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Though it was also released as Tack's Chicks, The Stoned Age is a more accurate summation of this engagingly sloppy "head" movie. The protagonists are Joe (Michael Kopelow) and Hubbs (Bradford Tatum), who are obsessed with an unending quest for beautiful girls and nonstop sex. In the course of a single night, the boys are introduced to several willing lovelies by a fella named Tack (Clifton Gonzalez-Gonzalez). Making enjoyable-if pointless-guest appearances in Stoned Age are Frankie Avalon, … More

Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: James Melkonian, Rich Wilkes
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On DVD: Jul 27, 1999


as Jill's Dad

as Otis Muldoon

as Officer Dean

as Himself

as Norm Hankey

as Mike Dick

as Mike New York

as Crump's Brother

as Mrs. Hankey

as Surfer Girl

as Himself
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Critic Reviews for The Stoned Age

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...a typical Hollywood melange of stereotypes, lame jokes, and tired clichés.

Full Review… | January 13, 2009
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Audience Reviews for The Stoned Age

Not much to this movie. A few laughs but the acting is pretty poor and some of the situations are a little hammy.
I like it more for the nostalgia of my youth than for the quality of flick.

Jason Spencer

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This kind of got dragged under by Dazed and Confused and while the two share a lot of elements, The Stoned Age seems to borrow just as much from Fast Times at Ridgemont High and other teen comedies from the late 70s and 80s. The character of Tack is the best part but it's nothing to go out of your way for.

Michael Gildea

Super Reviewer

Crazy funny!

Leo L

Super Reviewer

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