6 Stoner Comedies Best Watched With The Munchies



Written by Sasha Mela

Getting ready with a night in with a buddy? Throwing in some marijuana (medicinal, I hope) and junk food into the mix? Well then you should watch any one of these crazy hilarious stoner movies when you’re craving your favorite foods. Just be careful not to choke when you’re laughing throughout the movies!


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“Harold And Kumar Go To Whitecastle”
Harold and Kumar are two best friends with extremely different personalities but have one thing in common—they love weed! One night after Harold and Kumar have smoked some weed in front of the TV, they see a Whitecastle advertisement and start getting strong cravings for burgers. They make a pit stop at a party on the way and find a huge bag of weed; but where there are drugs, trouble follows. They end up on a hilarious wild goose chase trying to get to Whitecastle.



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 “Pineapple Express”
Saul (James Franco) is a sweet small-time drug dealer who supplies a few joints to Dale (Seth Rogan) every week. One day while Dale’s smoking a rare form of weed, “Pineapple Express” that he got from Saul, he witnesses a murder by a drug lord. Scared out of his mind Dale drops his roach and speeds away, bumping into a few cars on the way. He goes to Saul’s place and the both of them run as fast as they can. Their stupidity combined with newfound bromance makes this movie hilarious and great to watch with a friend!


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“Dude, Where’s My Car?”
“Wait a second, let’s recap. Last night, we lost my car, we accepted stolen money from a transsexual stripper, and now some space nerds want us to find something we can’t pronounce. I hate to say it, Chester, but maybe we need to cut back on the shibbying.” “Dude, Where’s My Car” is about how two friends lose their car after a night of getting insanely high. While trying to find their car they run into aliens and a lot of funny hurdles that will leave you giggling throughout!




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A Very Harold And Kumar 3D Christmas
It’s been six years since Harold and Kumar escaped from Guantanamo Bay. After Harold’s marriage the two grew apart and hadn’t even met each other since Guantanamo Bay. On Christmas Eve a mysterious package with a gigantic roach is sent to Kumar’s apartment for Harold. The two are brought back together when Kumar takes the roach to Harold’s house. Being a die-hard stoner Kumar lights the roach and ends up setting Harold’s Christmas tree on fire! They go on a rampage trying to find a new tree which turns into a wild night of running away from drug lords. For double the fun watch this in 3D!



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“How High”
“How High” is perhaps one of the most loved stoner comedies of all time. One day two friends, Redman and Method Man smoke something magical that helps them ace their college entrance exams helping them get into Harvard University. It’s all easy peasy until they run out of their weed and have to actually study!



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“Half Baked”
“You have smoked yourself retarded,” says David Chappelle as Thurgood Jenkins aka Sir-Smokes-a-Lot. “Half Baked” follows four funny stoner buddies—they hate their jobs, have horrible sex lives and their lives are stuck in a rut. One day one of their friends Kenny accidently kills a diabetic police horse by feeding him sugary food. To bail him out of jail his friends start selling weed by teaming up with rapper Thurgood, who gets his marijuana from the pharmaceutical lab where he works. “Half Baked” is full of laughs and jokes that will keep you cackling throughout!



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