Critic Review - Seattle Times

However benign you may think its subject is, Super High Me is proof that stoned people are rarely as funny as they think they are, just the same as your coked-up friends are never as interesting as they think they sound.

April 11, 2008 Full Review Source: Seattle Times | Comments (9)
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fmstereochild1982

Toby Slade

Sounds like you need to smoke better weed.

May 21 - 03:28 PM

bundee

Ted Bundee

ROFL

Jun 9 - 08:05 AM

James B.

James Bong

Um, you're just a loser who never had any friends period. No friends to offer you marijuana. No friends to smoke marijuana with. And no friends to enjoy being stoned with.

So mark, shut your face, there's a reason your not a top critic, and there's a reason you review movies that go straight to DVD. No one rally cares about your opinion, I'm just a little offeded by you're sweeping generlzation of stoners. Here's one - All Mark Rahners are poor losers with a minor in journalism. Get a real job you hack.

Jan 10 - 08:39 PM

John Schleppy

John Schleppy

Agreed, grand sweeping generalizations without any consideration to the stoner's perspective: "A comedian's life ?? as opposed to a pilot or a neurosurgeon's ?? doesn't exactly come apart at the seams from this kind of experiment."

Yep, this quote from the review about sums Mark R. up for me. His inexperience with cannabis's benefits (medicine & industrial), realistic recreational dosages, and personal moderation habits of most stoners (of which this movie completely ignores for 30 days)... That'd mess up anyone a little bit who's not worked their way up to tolerating true medicinal doses, though certainly not enough to say "come apart at the seams." Sheesh! Mark, at least understand the subject matter of the movie you're reviewing! You should've handed this project off to someone else at SeattleTimes.

BTW, Happy 4/20 Mark Rahners! Go out and try to have positive experiences with cannabis at least once before you die.

Apr 20 - 10:48 PM

John Schleppy

John Schleppy

Agreed, grand sweeping generalizations without any consideration to the stoner's perspective: "A comedian's life - as opposed to a pilot or a neurosurgeon's - doesn't exactly come apart at the seams from this kind of experiment."

Yep, this quote from the review about sums Mark R. up for me. His inexperience with cannabis's benefits (medicine & industrial), realistic recreational dosages, and personal moderation habits of most stoners (of which this movie completely ignores for 30 days)... That'd mess up anyone a little bit who's not worked their way up to tolerating true medicinal doses, though certainly not enough to say "come apart at the seams." Sheesh! Mark, at least understand the subject matter of the movie you're reviewing! You should've handed this project off to someone else at SeattleTimes.

BTW, Happy 4/20 Mark Rahners! Go out and try to have positive experiences with cannabis at least once before you die.

Apr 20 - 10:51 PM

Jeff R.

Jeff Reamy

Let me guess, you were the perfect catholic school boy who never did anything wrong. Sorry but potheads ARE funny. Just look at Grandma's Boy, How High, and last but definitely not least... Half Baked.

The fact that a comedian made a movie about comparing your brain activity while not stoned, and compared it to stoned is funny itself!

The sad part of it all is that he probably made more money being a boring stoner than you do. Kinda makes you think huh? lol

Dec 29 - 03:24 PM

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Dudley Heffington

all of the previous comments owned you, how does that make you feel

Jan 6 - 12:46 AM

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Caitlin Daggett

Did the stoner kids pick on you back in high school? Got to let things go, man.

May 3 - 10:58 PM

William P.

William P

hahahaha, harsh, but funny. Maybe all these stoners wouldn't be bashing you so much if they knew how stupid they sounded.

Nov 15 - 08:57 PM

Amando Portales

Amando Portales

lol critics are always assholes.

Aug 10 - 03:07 AM

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