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    I love this movie. Two friends and I went to go see it one afternoon, and there were five or six other people in the theatre, and us three were the ONLY ones laughing, which made the experiance better.

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    Very funny movie, funniest I've seen this year along with Step Brothers. I hope Bottle Shock, Tropic Thunder, and Hamlet 2 all live up to the hype.
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    Tropic Thunder is good. Another comedy flick that uses action and violence as the source of the R-rated humor. It wouldn't surprise me if this becomes the trend, replacing the gross-out comedies for awhile.

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    Love Pineapple Express! Saw it thrice. Hope to see it again maybe. Best comedy of the summer and I also saw Step Bros thrice and Tropic Thunder (once was more than enough)

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    It's good, but slow at times. I'd say Tropic Thunder's more entertaining overall.

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    I couldn't really get into it...I preferred Tropic Thunder. I'm not totally jiving with that "keep talking till something funny materializes in this random conversation" style that's so prevalent in the Apatow movies, though I did like the 40 Year Old Virgin.

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    So this movie after herbal aroma therapy session.

    Very funny movie.

    So this movie without the benefit of a prior herbal aroma therapy session.

    Still pretty darn funny.

    Both times I thought the last scene was unnecessary and would have been stronger if it ended before that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian Manifesto View Post
    Both times I thought the last scene was unnecessary and would have been stronger if it ended before that.
    No way, the last scene shows stoners just like they are; they reminisce constantly, just like what was shown.

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    I freaking loved it. I didn't expect anything when going into the theatre and came out pleasantly (and with hurting sides) suprised. Quite good indeed.
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