Half baked whos coming with me
Half baked: scarface quits his job
This pro-pot sitcom about three stoners who come to the rescue of a fourth pal when he’s arrested for feeding a diabetic police horse a lethal dose of fast food doesn’t get any more immature than this. Kenny (Harland Williams) is arrested, and his friends set out to collect $100,000 bail by selling high-grade marijuana stolen from a pharmaceutical testing facility, hoping to save him from the almost unavoidable trauma of homosexual rape (giving you an indication of the film’s level of humour). The rest of the movie is a parade of marijuana jokes and funny pot-friendly cameos from Snoop Dog, Willie Nelson, and Janeane Garofalo, to name a few. Jim Breuer (from Saturday Night Live) and comedian Dave Chappelle play two of the bong-hitting buddies and do their best to hide the film’s lack of inspiration. However, no matter how much they try to get laughs out of the one-joke premise, the film’s title is an apt representation of the film itself. Shannon, Jeff
Half baked (4/10) movie clip – thurgood gets some medical
You may have known these details about Tamra Davis’ stoner comedy Half Baked, which stars Dave Chappelle, Guillermo Daz, and Jim Breuer. However, it’s easy to see how the film, which was released on January 16, 1998, could leave viewers with a bad taste in their mouth.
Dave Chappelle and his writing partner Neal Brennan collaborated on the script for Half Baked. Five years later, the two would collaborate on Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show. (In Half Baked, Brennan appears as the cashier at the burger joint where Scarface works.)
Scarface quits & brian gets fired – half baked (7/10) movie
Half baked-flip out
The greatest stoner film ever made. While it received mainly negative reviews from jerk critics and was mostly ignored by the general public, stoners have adored it since its release in 1998. It has recently attracted a large number of non-smokers since it stars Dave Chappelle, who has become extremely successful as a result of his Comedy Central television show “Chappelle’s Show.” Half Baked is one of my favorite movies, and I can almost quote it word for word. by D. Tokin 31st of May, 2004414123
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4 baked in half
A great little film with a good Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor.
Yes, there’s one more thing. Can you recall what happened? Back in the day, we used to eat a lot of it? It was cunt, that’s what it was. by an unknown author 12th of September, 200313969
Who’s coming with me man – half baked
James E. Breuer (born June 21, 1967) is a stand-up comedian, writer, singer, and radio host from the United States. From 1995 to 1998, he was a cast member of Saturday Night Live and appeared in the film Half Baked.
Breuer’s career started in Harlem, New York, on the little-known Uptown Comedy Club weekly television program.
[number four] From 1995 to 1998, he was a member of the cast of Saturday Night Live. (5) “Goat Boy” (host of the fictitious MTV show “Hey, Remember the 80s?”) and Glen Henderson, the older brother of Chris Kattan’s Todd Henderson/Azrael Abyss character in the “Goth Talk” skits, were among Breuer’s SNL characters. He previously appeared as a guest star on Home Improvement. Buddies, a short-lived sitcom, took its place after that debut. He was supposed to star opposite friend and coworker Dave Chappelle in the pilot, but he was dropped from the project after shooting the pilot.
Actor Joe Pesci, who hosted his own talk show and was often joined by Colin Quinn, who played fellow actor Robert De Niro, was one of his impersonations. Both Pesci and De Niro made surprise appearances to “confront” Breuer in a 1997 episode of Saturday Night Live.