Pineapple Express Movie Review

Pineapple Express is definitely an underrated movie. I think the problem with this movie is that a lot of people are going to happen as their normal stoner comedy, which is technically, but actually it’s much more than that, and I think the problem with this movie is that most people with Those who do not “really have.”

As for the film, the two main characters, played by Seth Rogen and James Franco are both drug addicts, and for most of the film, they are high, but this is the golden comedy, which makes this movie so much fun To see. Jokes are not just drug addicts, but some of them are, but there are a few that are classic.

The film has an excellent opening, where a United States general visiting an underground bunker where they experience a kind of super marijuana known as the “Pineapple Express.” This is quickly considered illegal because the general sees the effects he has on the participant by smoking. They are then taken at this time and we present to Dale, a process server, who also likes to spend his days being required. After witnessing a murder by smoking Pineapple Express, he has to go on the run with his best friend Saul, the local gangster. The movie sees through the city trying to escape two boys trying to hunt, hired by the local gangster to kill. The film is not only a great comedy, but looks closely at the friendship of two guys, based mainly on the fact that one is a dealer and is the supplier. The film deals with a tremendous conclusion, which was surprisingly horrible in points, which was a bit of a shock because it was not something I expected, but still, I thought the ending was great.

Seth Rogen plays the classic Stoner. I think he plays the same type of character in most of his films, in particular, which reminded me of the character he played in Knocked Up. I love Seth Rogen and I think he’s great in this kind of comedy roles. So overall, a solid performance from him.

James Franco is also great in the movie. I think Franco is a wonderful actor, and uses this movie to show that he can play a variety of characters, there is a great semi-paranoid Stoner, and he is fine, but not long hair. His character has really reminded Bill and Bill of Ted and Ted’s excellent adventure. I think it was the way he talked all through the movie. It did a great job of playing a Stoner.

In a way, it reminded me of Superbad, even if it’s a completely different movie, you can always say it’s made by the same people, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The comedy was great to watch, and the first half of the movie was fantastic, and the sometimes golden comedy, but I think the second part of the movie was slightly diminished by violence and gore, for whatever reason. the movie.