After State Property 2 and The Hillz this movie is kinda redundant, and there's probably some other reference points I should add that I can't remember, but it's watchably entertaining for the most part and has realism in the subtle detail. A few things that didn't make sense made the movie almost more trouble than it's worth though. First, the High Times reader guy, after he tells Little Man his weed is shwag and no one will buy it, says he can help him sell the stuff, but it's unclear whether he means the shwag or the higher quality stuff he has a contact for. After the cop can't file charges because he did an illegal search, why doesn't he have Little Man under constant surveillance? And when the informant coke dealer hands the cop some drugs, then they have some argument about money, I have no idea what that scene was at all. If this is supposedly a small town what would the benefit be of having this guy as an informant? Who would there be to inform on? How did Little Man get the paperwork on the black dealer's impending trial? Why did the cop make no effort to get Little Man to inform on his supplier since he obviously wasn't growing the stuff? After a while I kinda zoned out from all the unanswered questions.