Hank (Matt Bush) is a high school student who is MIT bound. He has become reacquainted with his junior high friend Breaux (Sean Marquette) who is not MIT bound, and might be classified as a "Stoner." Breaux convinces Hank to share a bone with him. To their surprise the principal (Michael Chiklis with a bad wig) announces a drug test for the entire student body with everyone who fails being expelled.
Hank envisioning his life going down the drain, because what college would ever take a high school kid who got high once in his life, our duo gets an ideal that if everyone was stoned and failed the test, they would throw it out. The brownie bake sale being held the same day as the drug test provides them the delivery method and the film director says, "Okay cast, everyone act stoned."
Sure it was nice to see Lisa Simpson and Booger as instructors and Adrian Brodie as a mentally unstable drug dealer. But as a stoner film goes, this one doesn't measure up. Consider the first joke, that of an oriental girl named "P-h-u-c." This type of humor was done in an Austin Powers film, or for you older stoners, "Groove Tube" had it in a fake Vietnam newscast or was that "Kentucky Fried Movie?" While a younger generation might laugh at this humor, us older guys have been there, done that, got the t-shirt, and are now using it for the cat's bed.
Some of the humor rolls quickly, such as when the principle claims that the downfall of America is "drugs, fornication and a grown man singing about his feelings." Nice words from "The Thing." The film needed more of this type of humor.
The movie also includes a man with "the munchies" and people feeling paranoid. The cliche cup over flowed. No rush to buy this one.
Parental Guide: F-bombs, no sex, minor shower nudity. I thought "Budz House" was superior for a modern stoner film.