Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Rolling Papers doesn't draw too many conclusions, but instead offers insight and experience, without judgment, like a good piece of reporting.
Dickman's film reeks of pot smoke and un-seriousness.
Dickman's lively documentary functions as both a handy pot primer and a telling portrait of the volatile, adapt-or-die climate that continues to hover over the newspaper industry.
"Rolling Papers" is an instructive and fun film that will keep you giggling - high or straight.
On balance, "Rolling Papers" is more about marijuana journalism than the big picture, and as such it's a worthwhile endeavor.
The two most likely audiences for this documentary - people interested in marijuana and people interested in the news business - will probably find it shallower than they'd hoped.
Rolling Papers as a piece of journalism however, misses the mark because it is in love with its subject, making it biased and unbalanced.
It seems like legalization is not a matter of if but when, but once "when" finally happens it will be unlikely that Rolling Papers will have contributed much to the effort.
A simultaneously amusing and incisive panoramic portrait of our ever-developing New Weed Order.
High times in high altitudes doesn't necessarily spark an interest for those not at the party.
Rolling Papers does the pro-legalization movement few favors.
"Rolling Papers" struggles to remain relevant throughout its short run time, and wobbles between glorification and reflection until it completely tilts over.
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