High Times' Potluck (2003)
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Critic Reviews for High Times' Potluck
A witless collection of stereotypes and clichés.
The movie's more egregious buzzkills -- hazy plot, jarring non sequiturs, pointless pothead-celebrity cameos -- defy even herbally enhanced viewing.
First-time Australian director Alison Thompson was either dipping a bit too heavily into High Times' stash on the job or really doesn't have a clue what she's doing.
Some viewers may opt to forego the glassy-eyed actors' mush-mouthed line recitations and listen to Dark Side of the Moon on their Discmans to see if anything weird happens.
Audience Reviews for High Times' Potluck
This is a High Times production. When I read the cover, it had shown all the awards it won at the New York Film Festival. From beginning to end, this movie hit every myth, rumor and false statement about weed HEAD ON. It's funny, it's full of heart, and the different characters that intertwine are one of of a kind. This movie caught me off guard. I had to watch it twice to make sure I saw, what I saw. Definite must see for anyone who thinks anything about weed.
The first feature produced by stoner journal High Times, Potluck bogarts an understandable amount of self-promotion and misplaced sermonizing. But the movie's more egregious buzzkillsâ€”hazy plot, jarring non sequiturs, pointless pothead-celebrity cameosâ€”defy even herbally enhanced viewing.
BIZARRE CRIME COMEDY, SOME GOOD LAUGHS BECAUSE OF ITS ABSURDNESS. OFF THE WALLS WEIRD AT TIMES, BUT ODDLY LIKEABLE.
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