Of course it screened at Sundance and of course it was heralded as a comedy gem. While somewhat more refined, these modern-day cautionary messages over piracy are destined to fall on ears that are far more shrewd and educated than their 20th-century counterparts. Tonight I saw Reefer Maddess at the Sundance Film Festival Opening Night. Spurning his high school sweet heart and terrifying his family, Jimmy sinks deeper and deeper into a pot-crazed state of insatiable lust, violence and - of course - jazz. The lives of all who are involved with this menace are inevitably shattered.
I actually felt happy for them when they were introduced to the joys of jazz and marijuana and why shouldn't I? People that didn't like this. Ana Gayester was my favorite actress in the film she was just brilliant,and her voice!!! The campaign is the Reefer Madness of the digital era and it will prove equally as successful. Carroll closes by advising us to not incur the same tragedy. That things can be pirated from here and there, in this way and that, is the stuff of conversations between friends and colleagues, in person and via social media. Carroll closes by advising us to not incur the same tragedy.
This should have been released to theaters, but I suspect that someday it will be. One can't help thinking there's a certain amount of artistic license going on. Upon viewing the original, it is literally a joke on it's self. Christian Campbell is definitely one of America's gems. One person that nobody commented on yet and for me deserve praise is Robert Torti Jesus the part were Jesus sings against marijuana is one of my favorite part of the movie.
One man becomes so addicted to the killer weed that the guilt over framing a teen for murder causes a judge to order him to be committed for life to a mental hospital. The cast clearly had a blast making this movie and that elevates it even more. The humour is great, the timing is fantastic, only one or two musical numbers do feel out of place to me. The songs were lively, the dance numbers way over the top. Unfortunately, many people behind these efforts seem to be under the impression that their target audience is comprised of simpletons, none of whom are blessed with a brain of their own. Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical is a smart, funny, and well performed parody of American paranoia, using the original Reefer Madness plot as a launching point to satirize McCarthy, fundamentalism, race, and the obsession with privilege, wealth and 'breeding' which have so sadly marred our history. People inquire whether their friends have ever had their bank accounts emptied or houses burnt down, or if they know anyone who has.
The lives of all who are involved with this menace are inevitably shattered. I smoked grass in my day but I sure haven't killed anyone yet. And if I could rate this movie higher than a 10 I would! And they would be right. So when alcohol was legalised again the bootleggers stood outside school gates giving kids weed? We see firsthand that even teens who can quote Shakespeare like nobody's business cannot escape its evils. All the performances were outstanding as well, but to me Ana Gyster stole the show! Strangely according to this film not only does weed stop you remembering being a hero it also affects the hearing.
As for the rest of us laugh yourself into hopeless and incurible insanity for 67 minutes. So, we now have a concerted effort to convince pirates that piracy is not only bad for their computers but also bad for their lives. As for the rest ofus laugh yourself into hopeless and incurible insanity for 67 minutes. Alan Cumming is a very talented actor, and proved himself yet again with his role in the film. Certainly the mobsters aren't too bright as one tough guy allows himself to be driven around by someone who's just had a spliff to smoke.
I would recommend this far more then any other film I have seen in my life. Personally, I was stoned when I watched this movie which added irony, which added extra laughs. Steven Weber and Alan Cummings put in great performances. One man becomes so addicted to the killer weed that the guilt over framing a teen for murder causes a judge to order him to be committed for life to a mental hospital. No matter how much dope they've ingested I'm sure if anyone was able to stop a rape they'd be able to remember the events.
This goes above and beyond the efforts of Chicago, Moulin Rouge and all of the others. There were a couple of slow moments early in the movie but they were only there to contrast with the madness to come. Jimmy Harper et Mary Lane, deux éléves bien élevés, bien proprets et bien naïfs. One man becomes so addicted to the killer weed that the guilt over framing a teen for murder causes a judge to order him to be committed for life to a mental hospital. Apart from this one can anyone name any other in famous films featuring marijuana? I recommend it to anyone looking for laughs, and a change instead of watching the same types of movies over and over again. The songs were everything a song shouldn't be.