Top 10 Addict Comedies

Comedies about stoned people usually have a special specific humor, and despite the fact that the plot is often full of absurdity and absurdity of situations, this is what attracts fans of such films.

If you want to spend a relaxing evening watching a funny and extraordinary picture, then this list is perfect for you!

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Cannabis Baby (2014)

Nate is not a drug addict at all, he is a simple young man living with his older sister and single mother. He was recently expelled from school, and now he understands that the time has come to help the family. Deciding that there is no product more profitable than his favorite marijuana, he begins to explore possible markets.

The guy accidentally learns from a friend that it is best to trade in such cases in Canada. Encouraged, Nate, along with his older friend Topher, intend to go “for exploration”, along the way discovering a new unknown world of the drug business.

Original title:
Kid Cannabis

Starring :
Jonathan Daniel Brown, Kenny Wormald, Aaron Yu

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.5, IMDb – 6.4

Age limit:
16+


Pineapple Express. Sitting smoking (2008)

Among the most interesting films about drug addicts is a comedy, the plot of which is focused on a young courier Dale Delton delivering subpoenas to violators. The guy has a very nervous job, and to relieve tension, he periodically smokes grass.

Once the dealer offers Dale to try a completely new brand of drug – “Pineapple Express”. Having smoked the proposed weed, the character goes with a summons to Mr. Jones, who turns out to be the head of a mafia group. The guy becomes a witness to a criminal showdown. In an effort to quickly leave the scene of the crime, the stoned courier finds himself in many ridiculous situations.

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Original title:
Pineapple Express

Cast:
Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.7, IMDb – 6.9

Age limit:
18+


From Another Test (2016)

Ned is an elderly Jew who devoted many years of his life to working in his own bakery, which used to be very popular among the local population. Recently, things have left much to be desired, and the institution is threatened with bankruptcy.

Despite the persuasion of his relatives, Ned is not going to leave his beloved work, and even hires an assistant, at the request of his mother. Ash is a young African American who is going through a difficult period in the weed trade. One day, a guy accidentally adds a drug to the dough instead of seasoning, and this brings incredible success to the bakers among the customers.

Original title:
Dough

Starring :
Jonathan Pryce, Jerome Holder, Philip Davis

Country:
UK, Hungary

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.2, IMDb – 6.2

Age limit:
16+


Harold and Kumar go to hell (2004)

Perhaps this is one of the most famous comedies about drug addicts using weed, in the center of the plot of which are the crazy adventures of a couple of friends who decide to improve their mood by smoking a joint. Hindu Kumar is an active and sociable guy who loves parties and entertainment.

And his flatmate Harold is a modest and serious guy suffering from inattention of the opposite sex. Despite their differences, the guys have a good time and one day decide that things will get even better if they smoke a joint. After that, the newly-minted drug addicts go on a trip, which, for sure, they will not be able to forget for a long time.

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Original title:
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Cast:
John Cho, Kal Penn, Neil Patrick Harris

Country:
USA, Canada, Germany

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.7, IMDb – 7.1

Age limit:
18+


Non-children’s age (2008)

Teenager Queen and his sister Hope live differently than most of their peers. The parents of the guys feel like hippies and support an amazing freedom of views. In parallel, they grow marijuana on their plot, unobtrusively involving children in the work.

Between home schooling, the characters in this comedy about drug addicts, Hope and Queen, smoke weed and make plans for life. The young man dreams of one day becoming the same teenager as the others, despite the fact that his sister is completely satisfied with everything. Quinn nevertheless decides to change the usual everyday life.

Original title:
Growing Op

Starring :
Stephen Yaffe, John Cor, Wallace Langham

Country:
Canada

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.8, IMDb – 6.2

Age limit:
16+


Cool Cupcakes (2011)

The list of films about weed was not without a comedy, the plot of which is built around a graduate student . Deciding to try marijuana, Henry Burke gets into serious trouble, and the director imposes severe restrictions on drugs: now all students are forced to take a mandatory test.

Henry doesn’t want to become a drug addict and lose his scholarship, so he teams up with a smoking buddy to try to find a way out.

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Original title:
High School

Cast:
Adrien Brody, Sean Marquette, Matt Bush

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.1, IMDb – 5.8

Age limit:
18+


Lunar Scam (2015)

The key character of another comedy about drug addicts, a CIA agent , has to take on a responsible task. America has yet another mission: to land astronauts on the moon. No one knows exactly how the operation will end, so the hero is obliged to go to London and negotiate with Stanley Kubrick, asking him, just in case, to create a video, according to the plot of which the landing on the moon really took place.

The agent is not meeting with a real filmmaker, but with con man Johnny, who plans to shoot a commissioned video in a studio for the production of pornographic films. In order for the filming participants to reach a state of weightlessness, the director stocked up on jambs.

Original title:
Moonwalkers

Cast:
Rupert Grint, Ron Perlman, Robert Sheehan

Country:
France, Belgium

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.1, IMDb – 6.1

Age limit:
18+


We are the Millers (2013)

One of the funniest drug movies is the famous comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. David Clark distributes this particular product, and his main customers include harmless housewives and cooks. David is not a drug addict, moreover, he considers himself a very responsible and principled dealer, because he does not sell drugs to children.

One day, Clarke is attacked by punks, and he is deprived of his earned money and an unsold lot. The only way to pay off the supplier is to transport a large amount of drugs across the border. To arouse less suspicion among the customs officers, Jason bribes a local stripper and a couple of troubled teenagers who are to pose as his family.

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Original title:
We’re the Millers

Cast:
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.3, IMDb – 7.0

Age limit:
16+


End of the World 2013: Hollywood Apocalypse (2013)

Arriving in Los Angeles, Jay Baruchel just wanted to visit Seth Rogen’s buddy, unaware of the problems his trip would turn into. Having met, the heroes go to a housewarming party with James Franco, and despite the fact that Baruchel does not like many members of the assembled company, he has no choice.

At the party, it turns out that the apocalypse has come to the world. Now the characters are locked in Franco’s posh house, realizing that going outside is tantamount to death. Some stocks of food and weed help them fight fear.

Original title:
This Is the End

Cast:
Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.0, IMDb – 6.6

Age limit:
16+


Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)

A list of films about stoned drug addicts is almost impossible to imagine without this cult comedy, which takes place in the early 70s.

The lead characters, journalist Raul and lawyer Gonzo, travel to Las Vegas to write an article about a local race. Considering that the friends spend almost the entire journey in drug delirium, their journey turns out to be very eventful.

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Original title:
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Starring :
Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro, Tobey Maguire

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.6, IMDb – 7.6

Age restrictions:
18+


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Jared Lambert/ author of the article

I’ve been writing about movies, TV shows and anime for over 3 years, and you may have seen my reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.

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