In "Cheech and Chong's Get Out Of My Room", the stoners hit the streets of L.A. in a mockumentary about - themselves. Featuring their classic song/video "Born In East L.A.", co-starring Beverly D'Angelo, Jan-Michael Vincent.
A Comedy Documentary on Cheech & Chong with Music Video Clips
This movie is a mix of music video clips (some that were shown on TV at the time of it's creation) and interviews with the boys.The interviews are funny in a weird sort of way and very easy to lose the plot of. The clips are funny and inventive. The lyrics were good and the visual entertaining. Four songs are featured they are : "Get out of my room" - The clip has Cheech as a english rock star playing a guitar shaped like a bird, whilst he is wearing shoulder pads and a viking helmut with cow horns. The clip is inside a gym that is being used by an aerobics class and some basket-ballers at the same time as the two stars are doing the video. "I'm not home right now" is run on the joke that an answering machine can't be answered because of various actions happening on screen. "Love is Strange" features aliens watching the boys do silly things on screen. "Born in East LA" is the best of the four and has Cheech sent over the Mexican border and getting back.
Not a bad show but not really what you'd expect if you had wanted "Up in Smoke" or "Nice Dreams".