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9 of the All-Time Best Movies to Watch While You’re High
Getting high and not sure what you should do while you’re baked? Why not sit back and relax and watch a movie?
Movies and weed surprisingly go along well together. Ryan Reynolds is even on a quest to make a Home Alone movie, except with weed.
Now, you don’t need to go that far. You can simply enjoy movies while you’re on a high. You might even find that some movies make more sense when there’s weed involved.
If you’re wondering what to watch when high, take a look at our suggestions that stoners worldwide swear by. Read on for some of the best movies to watch high.
We’ll start this list with some mind-blowing movies that will be extra special when you watch it high. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Paige, Tom Hardy, Joseph-Gordon Levitt and other exceptional actors, the movie dwells on dreams and how people can use them to plant ideas into the target person.
With machines, the group can go into a person’s dream and then sleep there to go deeper and then sleep again to go deeper and… you get the point. It blows logic out of the water, which is understandable since there’s no logic in dreams.
Inception confused a lot of sober people, and it will surely blow your mind.
2. Donnie Darko
Donnie Darko tells of the narrative of an awkward teenager who talks to a “bunny.” Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance in this one is spectacular as he takes you on a ride through a series of events orchestrated by his character and Frank, the creepy bunny.
You wouldn’t want to miss a single detail, especially that confusing ending that loops back into the beginning. Is there time travel? Maybe.
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One of Christopher Nolan’s best work is Memento, starring Guy Pearce. As you would expect from a Nolan film, this movie is excellent at leaving its viewers boggled.
Memento tells its story backward but characters are moving forward. Does that make sense? To most viewers, it doesn’t.
Most of them, if not all, left the cinema quite unsure of what happened. It merits a second viewing, but we feel like Nolan intentionally wanted his audience to be in a state of confusion, so they’re better off not trying to wrap their heads around it.
Try and see if you can while you’re intoxicated.
4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Are confusing movies not your jam while high? How about a bittersweet romantic movie dealing with heartbreak and loss?
Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey, whose characters had a bad break up, makes you think of the value of experiences, no matter how painful they may be.
Winslet had a procedure to erase Carrey from her memories, and he tried to do it as well. However, it wasn’t as easy for him. There are a few twists and events that you might enjoy while you’re high, but it will still tug at your heartstrings.
5. Scott Pilgrim vs the World
Let’s set a lighter tone. Colorful visuals are certainly more enjoyable while high. Couple that with fascinating characters and you’re in for a couple of hours of fun.
Scott Pilgrim is a comic book series, and the movie did a good job of translating that into the screen. With comical characters and the awkwardness of Michael Cera, Scott Pilgrim vs the World takes you on Scott’s bizarre journey to defeat the 7 evil exes of the girl he likes.
Kick-Ass is in the same vein as Scott Pilgrim with its colorful visuals and hilarity. It’s also a film adaptation of a comic book with the same name. It’s under Marvel Comics, the same publisher that brought your Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, and other characters you all love today.
It’s a series of superhero comedy films starring Aaron Johnson, a kid without superpowers at all. Chloe Grace Moretz and Nicolas Cage also appear in this film as a father-daughter duo.
7. Road Trip
If you want to enjoy the high and laugh all throughout the movie, Road Trip is your best bet. It’s a Todd Phillips movie that predates The Hangover trilogy, but it isn’t unlike the series.
Like The Hangover, it’s a dumb comedy film that follows a group of dumb yet likable characters. They go on an epic road trip from Ithaca, New York to get an indecent tape featuring one of the guys and a girl. The tape and the gang are both going to Texas, to that guy’s girlfriend.
8. Kung Fu Hustle
Another comedy film that won’t make you think is Kung Fu Hustle, Stephen Chow’s second attempt at a fun martial arts movie following Shaolin Soccer.
It didn’t disappoint as well; it introduced a whole ensemble of characters that we didn’t know we could love. The visuals are crazy enjoyable, which you’d appreciate more if you’re high.
Don’t worry about the story, it’s pretty easy to follow. You can enjoy all the fighting and Stephen Chow in all their glory, making it one of the best movies to watch stoned.
9. Dazed and Confused
This list isn’t complete without the classic Dazed and Confused, featuring Jason London, Milla Jovovich, Ben Affleck, Adam Goldberg, Matthew McConaughey, and Michelle Burke among others.
The Richard Linklater movie follows a group of kids on their last day and night of high school in the 70’s. It accurately portrays how a bunch of kids from that era would have acted – from the hazing to the keg parties to the weed. Guaranteed to give you a laugh when the characters are just as high as you.
What are Your Go-To Best Movies to Watch High?
Do you have your go-to list of the best movies to watch high? Add the above to your list and make your session more fun.
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