For those of us old enough and fortunate enough to have experienced the release of the original "Up in Smoke", here we go with animation. A
little different with some tunes because of copyright BS but in essence...The same! Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong at their best. Remember the albums?
The movie and the albums are featured here...NICE!
I was fortunate to see the original at a Drive-In. For those too young...we sometimes actually watched movies outdoors on 100ft screens. (Among other
activities)! Imagine that.
This is of course a sample but if you are a pirate, it's all there in full...*Wink-Wink*
edit on 14-4-2013 by jude11 because: (no reason given)
Not sure what point you're trying to make. I'm saying this animation is the worste movie ever made. The original Cheech and Chong movies are cult
classics and funny as hell... but this worthless piece of crap animation should go die in a hole. It's an insult to the originals.
15/4/2013 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)
Up in Smoke was one of my favorite movies. If you were in your 20s in the 70s, it really hit close to home.
I also liked Cheech's Born in East LA. The scene where Cheech is helping to alter some guy's tattoo portrait of his ex-girlfriend into a
portrait of somebody blowing her brains out with a pistol had me rolling on the floor.
I wish Cheech and Chong would do a "now" version of the lives of those guys, complete with police records and the sort of drug stuff that goes on
nowadays. Sending up the Zetas might be a little dangerous but including some Mexican mayhem along with CIA drug smugglers and bankster money
launderers would go a long way to show that two baked "heads" maybe knew more about the world than was apparent at the time.
Is George Romero still alive? He could direct the Zetas portion of the movie.
edit on 16-4-2013 by ipsedixit because: (no reason
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