Â Everyone knows what these 2 are about so if you don't like it then it's simple. Critics panned the movie, but audiences flocked to theaters and howled with laughter at its nonsensical plot: Stoners Pedro de Pacas Cheech and Man Stoner Chong drive a van made of marijuana from Mexico to Los Angeles. While celebrating their wealth in a new wave Chinese restaurant, Cheech meets his long-lost love Donna Evelyn Guerrero , and. He wanted to do improv theater, but he wanted to keep the topless element at the same time in order to preserve the audience that was already there. The duo found commercial and cultural success in the 1970s and 1980s with their routines, studio recordings, and feature films, which were based on the and era, and especially and movements, most notably their love for. The episode focuses on a fictitious separation of the duo, with taking Chong's place. About 25 police and four drug dogs were involved, searching around 50 people, with six people caught in possession of small amounts of.
He later put together a comedy team show called City Works Improvisational Group, which Cheech Marin eventually joined. They go in search of some dope and are accidentally deported to Mexico where in their desperation to get home they agree to drive a van back to the States so they can get back in time for a gig they are due to play. Will you open up, I got the stuff with me. Did you read that carefully? It has been years since they've done one and it would be interesting to see them both in a movie again. Who wants to pay to see two old Stoners rehash their old material. The only value an 'Up In Smoke: 2' would have is possibly in raising awareness to the growing push toward legalizing Marijuana on a Federal level. But, of course, not everything goes as planned.
Archived from on December 3, 2012. Jack Novelli on Feb 20, 2010 17 Up in Smoke was pretty good, but other movies they did were pretty crappy. These films may contain strong profanity, graphic sexuality, nudity, strong violence, horror, gore, and strong drug use. In these early days, circa 1968, the act was in danger of being overshadowed by the naked female performers they shared the stage with. They need to be taking this little trip in the privacy of their own retirement homes.
Soft knocks at the door Chong: Who is it? The pair attempted a departure from their stoner comedy with 1984's. In 1992 the two worked together for the first time in several years, voicing characters in the animated film. Cheech Marin gives a really solid interview as a bonus feature. Today, Chong is a leading cannabis-rights activist. Their last theatrical release was The Corsican Brothers 1984. Cheech gets fired from his job and they go to see Donna , a welfare officer and Cheech's girlfriend.
With a selection of over 3,000,000 images, AllPosters has something for every budget and decorating style. A novelization, also written by Cheech and Chong, features many photos of these omitted elements. Intellectual prowess has it's applications. The duo met in in the late 1960s. Chong was a Canadian citizen, and Cheech had moved there from Southern California to avoid the draft at the height of the. But I can't wait to see it.
The zany twosome is back for some smoke-enhanced misadventures in this riotous comedy. Explore our range of t-shirts and novelty gifts. On September 28, 2014 they were guests of on his podcast. I gather u haters out there r too slow to pick up on this non-stop set of jokes. It was unknown how this would affect any future projects. Cheech: No, man, I'm Dave, man. With Things Are Tough Al Over 1982 , the duo's fortunes began to fade.
Tommy Chong directed four of their films while co-writing and starring in all seven with Cheech Marin. Comedy team Cheech Left and Chong photographed while touring Australia in 1974. They revolutionised these type of movies. . For the people saying all stoner movies are shit sit down and watch Pineapple Express, it's excellent, James Franco's performance in that film is classic. Cheech looks like he's melting in the sun and Tommy Chong comes off more as a crazy, old, homeless Vet. It's just that its jokes come a little quicker and a few of them are funny even to the chemically unaltered viewer.
It encapsulates a moment in modern Americana where drugs offer freedom and punk rock is the only redemption for alienated youths. And as for 'Up in Smoke 2' Hell Yeah! In February 2014, Cheech and Chong appeared on an episode of Tom Green Live. More knocks Chong: Who is it? One is the theatrical version while the other is a heavily edited version aired for television only. The Stoner Duo Went Hollywood, Big Time Cheech and Chong in 'Up In Smoke,' 1978. Ossie Davis on Feb 20, 2010 10 Too bad they were the worst stoner comedies ever. C'mon, man, open up, I think the cops saw me. And that's what Cheech and Chong are selling in this thoroughly wacky comedy.
Show some respect, unless you've brought somethin' better. So it became topless improv, hippie burlesque. Cheech and Chong's made them massively famous, with top-ten albums, hit singles, movies, and of course sold-out comedy shows. Cheech And Chong Were Stoners With Artistic Ambition Cheech and Chong in 'Up In Smoke,' 1978. There's no invention in it, no imagination, no new comic vision, no ideas about what might be really funny -- instead of just dope-funny, something to laugh at if you're in the bag anyway.
A variety of titles were rumored, including Grumpy Old Stoners. This song would later serve as the basis for 1987 , in which played the starring role. There r so many classic comedy bits in them its hilarious. While celebrating their wealth in a new wave Chinese restaurant, Cheech meets his long-lost love Donna Evelyn Guerrero , and promptly escorts her to her posh penthouse. Their early success culminated with the release of their first feature-length movie, , in 1978. I rated this movie a 10 because it's current rating of 6. I'd find it a little sad that they never got their act together.