THE BEST STONER MOVIES ON NETFLIX 2020
Divided From Old To New And By Category
Picture this: You come back home after a long day, light up a joint to wind down. It’s time to relax and enjoy a good movie, or maybe even start a tv series. Can’t decide on what to watch? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here is a list of recommendations for the best movies to watch high 2020.
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Nothing beats a good stoner comedy with a ridiculous plot and some hilarious scenes that give you the giggles. So if you’ve already smoked up… Login to netflix and hit play on one of these awesome weed comedies.
This classic stoner movie, starred by the famous Seth Rogen and James Franco duo, is the perfect movie to watch the next time you get blazed. Follow the story of two lazy stoners who get themselves into trouble after witnessing a murder while high on the new strain of weed called Pineapple Express.
If you like to smoke then odds are that you know about this ultimate stoner show. Travel back to the 70’s and watch Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) and his group of friends Jackie (Mila Kunis), Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Hyde (Dany Masterson), Donna (Laura Prepon) and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) living the teenage life in Wisconsin. Also, Tommy Chong does occasional appearances in case you needed some reassurance.
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This Chuck Lorre directed comedy follows Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Kathy Bates) and her team running a medicinal marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles. It’s a blend between stoner humor and occasionally trippy moments that will leave you in awe, making it a perfect show for those who engage in the ganja.
Ever wonder how Hollywood celebrities would react before the apocalypse? There’s a movie for that. Watch how James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson try to survive the end of the world after attending a party at Franco’s. Things might not go as you’d expect.
This movie defined the term “stoner movie” and although it might be dated, it’s still a must-see for stoners around the world. Follow Tommy Chong and Cheech Marin, two hilarious hippies who try to return home after being deported to Mexico. But they’re in for a surprise because the car they use to come back, unknowingly to them, is made completely out of marijuana.
These are some of the documentaries that you have to see if you consider yourself a cannabis lover. Learn about the political battles that cannabis has and still is going through.
In this parody of the polemical “Super Size Me” documentary, we follow Comedian Doug Benson do his own take on the experiment, where he won’t smoke weed for 30 days, and then get high every day for the following 30 and compare his performance, all under medical surveillance.
The Culture High has to be one of the most the best weed documentaries on Netflix, not only because it’s captivating but also because it’s focused on the undying discussion of political forces against marijuana usage. It features known personalities such as Richard Branson, Howard Marks and Snoop Dogg. It is a must-see for everyone.
In this documentary by Dr. Sanjay Gupta we will see weed from a medical perspective as we follow the story of a young girl who suffers from Dravet Syndrome and see how medicinal marijuana can help her live a normal life.
We’ve wondered many times why 420 is nowadays a synonym for smoking pot, and this documentary will try to find out and also expose how and why the government leaders created the war against this drug we know and love.
These movies are not about cannabis, stoners or weed culture but are simply movies that are deep, funny and thought-provoking. They may be good to watch sober but sparking up before watching them will greatly enhance the experience.
This movie’s sole purpose is to blow your mind constantly. Travel into the mind of Leonard as he’s after the man who killed his wife. But doing this is no simple task, as he suffers from a strange form of memory loss, unable to keep memories for more than a certain amount of time. The structure of this story is built to make you feel as Leonard as you are slowly putting all the pieces together.
The premise of this series is simple: what are the most possible scientific advancements we can foresee, and how can it go wrong. This series is non-linear, so you can watch the episodes in any order you want. But be warned: things are about to get trippy. Two of our favorite picks are “Playtest” (S3 E2) and “White Christmas” (S2 E4)
This film is perfect for every Beatles lover out there. In this romantic-drama we follow the story of Jude and Lucy set during the Vietnam War. Watch this movie and get not only musically, but visually transported to another world.
Based on the true story of Christopher McCandless who instead of living a life of privileges after graduating from university, decides to let it all go and wonders the world. This movie features amazing scenery, a truly inspirational story and soundtrack partially composed by Eddie Vedder.
If toking up ever leaves you in the mood for some rock, then this is the movie for you. JB (Jack Black), an aspiring rock star, escapes his small town to get to the land of Hollywood. There he meets KG (Kyle Gass), a fellow rocker who takes him under his wings to teach him the ways of rock. Together, they go after a guitar pick like no other, to fulfill their dreams of becoming rock stars.
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