Half Baked (1998)

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The story of three not so bright men who come up with a series of crazy schemes to get a friend out of jail.


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  • Harland Williams and Jim Breuer in Half Baked (1998)
  • Jim Breuer and Laura Silverman in Half Baked (1998)
  • Dave Chappelle in Half Baked (1998)
  • Guillermo Díaz and C.J. Lusby in Half Baked (1998)
  • Harland Williams in Half Baked (1998)
  • Guillermo Díaz and C.J. Lusby in Half Baked (1998)

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10 May 2005 | slate_77
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| You don't have to be under 25 nor a pothead to enjoy this movie. Maybe having familiarity with drug culture would help though.
I had never heard of this movie 'Half Baked' until I was channel surfing cable this afternoon and came across it. While I had heard the name Dave Chapelle because of the television show recently airing, I was not familiar with two of the other three main characters. The guy playing the character in jail I have seen before. In other words, I am not up on who these people are/were. I am of the Chech and Chong 'Up in Smoke' generation of drug themed flicks. Saw them all back in the day. However, I found this movie much funnier than those ever were. Much funnier. The Scarface character was hilarious, but I found the Brian and Thurgood parts funnier and quite believable in an over-abundant way. I have read here many stating the cameo parts were the film's highlight. Not in my opinion. The main characters owned this one. As an aside from a 40 something, it is nice to see that this country(USA)has come along the road far enough whereby having a couple white guys, a black dude and a Cuban sharing a habitat together doesn't come across as contrived. The stoner parts all looked familiar to me. Funny movie.

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