Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It (2014)




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The Trailer Park Boys are back. But these are tough times for Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles, and for everyone in Sunnyvale Trailer Park. (c) eOne Films
Art House & International , Comedy , Drama
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Robb Wells
as Ricky
Mike Smith
as Bubbles
Pat Roach
as Randy
John Dunsworth
as Mr. Lahey
Richard Collins
as Phil Collins
Jacob Rolfe
as Jacob
Nancy Regan
as Halifax Reporter
Fabien Melanson
as Bomb Squad Guy
Nobu Adilman
as Dennis
Fukoko Saito
as Dennis's Grandmother
Douglas MacFarlane
as Halifax Bouncer
Mio Adilman
as Terry
Denis Theriault
as Short Dude
Jim Nunn
as Senator
Nikki Barnett
as Dancer #1
Lisa Rose Snow
as Dancer #2
Sebastien Labelle
as Montreal Bouncer
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All Critics (8) | Top Critics (2)

It gets as stale as pot left too long in the freezer.

Full Review… | April 17, 2014
Globe and Mail
Top Critic

You've got to take your toque off to a dumb movie that is clever enough to try to rook Ottawa politicians into doing the right thing for the wrong reason.

Full Review… | April 17, 2014
Toronto Star
Top Critic

Marijuana legalization is a hot button issue, ripe for boundary-pushing humor. Don't Legalize It oddly pulls back at the very moment when it should be charging forward with all its might.

Full Review… | September 5, 2014
Aisle Seat

Jags and lags, offering no buzz at all to its trips into road-movie, bromance and stoner-comedy territory. It's all a rather genial, homegrown failure at a scheming-and-conning crop of a comedy.

Full Review… | July 2, 2014
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

Given how established their roles are, Don't Legalize It could really use some sort of narrative pull, but it is mostly just content to stand in the middle and watch everyone circle in their fitfully funny ruts.

Full Review… | April 18, 2014
National Post

It's tolerable because director Mike Clattenburg, who created the series, overlays the stumblebum ineptitude with a layer of affection.

Full Review… | April 17, 2014

Audience Reviews for Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It

I watched season 8 before seeing this which was made a few months after this film. A lot changes between the movie and season 8 which wasn't really explained and that kind of ruined it for me. I felt this film was just an excuse to make another movie where most of the characters stories didn't make sense. When you see season 8 you'll understand that so much changes with the characters when it was just made months after the film. There were a lot of funny parts like classic Trailer Park Boys but still didn't make it a great film like the first. I would say it was an ok entry into the film franchise but it may be best to just stick with making seasons. It was sad to see Ray go as he was the best character but I'm glad they explained what happened when I didn't see him in season 8. This may be worth seeing if you're a fan but I was expecting a little more.

Dan Boncore
Dan Boncore

if your a fan of the trailer park boys this is a great addition to the dynasty. lots of laughs and full of the boys Canadian antics. Must see.

richard ighedosa
richard ighedosa

Third Trailer Park Boys film is yet another fun, entertaining comedy that is well worth seeing if you enjoy low brow comedy. I am a fan of the show, and enjoyed the films as a whole. With this third film, we get more of the crazy antics of the boys, and they don't disappoint. If you enjoy watching the Trailer Park Boys, you surely won't be disappointed with this film. For what it is, it's a fun, entertaining and insane comedy experience that pushes the boundaries even further, and that's saying something considering that this is TPB. The gags are the same old stuff, but at the same time, there are a few refreshing new ideas to add much more depth to the feel of the film, and it gives fans something else to enjoy as well. The concept behind the TPB was always crude, low brow humor that was often ridiculous and pushed the boundaries of good taste. I enjoyed everything that TPB has done, and if this is the final film in trilogy, they went out on a high note. The film has enough comedic content to satisfy fans, and for what it is, it's a well plotted comedy that is sure not to disappoint fans of the first two films. The film is a well thought out comedy, and if you enjoy these types of movies, then this is a film not to miss. The film succeeds on many levels, but at times, I must admit, the film could have been a bit better, and some ideas could have been improved upon. Nonetheless, this is well worth seeing if you're a fan, and it's an entertaining film for what it is.

Alex roy
Alex roy

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