There’s nothing better than getting stoned and watching movies.
I mean, you could be doing anything else. You could be enjoying nature, or hanging out with friends, or reading a book. But all of those options are way less fun than getting high and watching a movie.
Take getting high and reading a book: sure, it’s an option, but it’s not nearly as much fun as getting stoned and watching a movie! And if you’re going to get stoned anyway? Why not add a movie into the mix?
The same goes for hanging out with friends: sure, it’s great to spend time with them—but it’s so much better when you’ve got some dope in your system!
And then there’s nature: I love nature. I love hiking through the forest and looking at animals. But when I’m at my favorite spot on the trail and someone asks me what animal that is? I’m always like… “Who cares? Let’s go home and watch movies.”
Here are the best movies to watch stoned.
Harry Potter is a Great Movie to Watch Stoned
There are a lot of movies that are great to watch stoned. There are also some movies that you might think are great to watch stoned, but actually aren’t. And then there’s Harry Potter.
Now, if you’ve never seen the Harry Potter series, I’m not going to tell you that it’s a must-watch for everyone. But if you have seen the movies and enjoyed them enough to continue watching them, then I can guarantee that they’re even better when you’re high—especially if they’re the later installments (yes, I’m lumping all eight of them in as one).
The reasons why this is so go beyond just the fact that they’re visually stunning (and they do look amazing when viewed under the influence). The plots of each film are so intricate and complex that by the time we reach Deathly Hallows Part II and Part III, it’s like watching two movies at once—and yet somehow it doesn’t feel overwhelming or confusing because everything fits together so well. The characters grow and change throughout each installment in ways that feel natural rather than forced (though some of them do seem a bit more extreme than others).
The Life Aquatic is The Best Movie of All Time
It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Wes Anderson’s films. His style is distinctive, his characters are memorable, and his ability to make an audience feel something is unmatched.
But one thing I’ve always wondered is where he got his inspiration for his movies. And so, when I saw Birdman at the theater a few months ago, I was inspired by its incredible use of color as a visual cue for emotion and thought process.
When I got home from seeing Birdman for the second time, I watched The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou again—and this time it hit me: Wes Anderson must have seen Birdman!
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou has been heralded as one of Wes Anderson’s best films ever since it came out in 2004. Its black-and-white cinematography is striking and beautiful; using only two colors throughout the entire movie gives it a very subtle feeling that really makes you pay attention to what’s going on in front of your eyes. The movie also has several scenes where characters are looking directly at the camera—something that was used extensively in Birdman as well—which adds an extra layer of meaning to each scene because we know they’re being watched by someone else. We HIGHLY recommend eating these THC gummies and watching the Life Aquatic. It’s awesome!
The Lord Of The Rings is The Most Epic Movie to Get Stoned To
We’ve all been there: you’re watching the Lord of the Rings and you get that feeling. The one where you just want to be high AF, but at the same time, you don’t want to miss anything.
I’m here to tell you that it’s possible to get stoned off your ass while watching LOTR—and I can prove it.
You see, when I was a kid, my dad used to take me on these epic road trips where we’d go camping in the mountains for days at a time. We’d bring along our own food and cook it over an open fire, sleep under the stars—it was great!
But then one time when we were camping near Mt. Doom (just kidding), my dad got some bad mushrooms and ate them with his breakfast cereal. He started hallucinating almost immediately after eating them and became convinced that he needed to travel down into Mordor so he could destroy the One Ring before Sauron regained his strength.
So he decided we had to go find Frodo and Samwise Gamgee and help them destroy Sauron’s ring before it was too late (which would mean certain death for all of Middle-Earth). I dunno… Watch it. It’s great.
James and the Giant Peach is a Terrible Movie
James and the Giant Peach is a Terrible Movie
The majority of us have seen James and the Giant Peach, either in elementary school or on a lazy Saturday afternoon. It’s a classic children’s film, and it’s easy to understand why: the story is charming and funny, the characters are lovable, and the animation is top-notch. But if you were to watch it again as an adult, you’d probably be surprised at how poorly written it is.
The main problem with this movie is that it has a weak plot. In fact, if you were to take away all of the dialogue from any given scene and just leave in the visuals, you’d see how truly boring it is. This isn’t just an issue with one particular scene; no matter what part of the movie you’re watching, you’ll find yourself wishing that something more interesting would happen next.
Another issue with this film is its lack of character development. For example: James starts out as a lonely boy who dreams of seeing something bigger than himself… but by the end of his journey through space and time, he has somehow become friends with every single person on earth—including an eight-year-old girl who lives in England! How did they meet eachother!? Dumb . Whatever…
Ok, go get lit and watch a movie. YAY!