First, if you don't like Pauly Shore, you may not like this movie. I do like Pauly Shore (or at least I liked all of his movies, and still do), so maybe my review is a little biased, but I've also seen like 15,000 movies (literally) in my life, so I think it evens out. When you've seen a lot of bad content, you realize this isn't it. It is however a little on the cheap side, and isn't that funny. That being said, it's actually fairly entertaining to watch, especially if you've ran out of good content like me (HBO and all the premium channels literally won't have even one OK movie I haven't seen, unless I missed something years ago before content was so readily available, which does happen from time to time). This movie isn't anything new, but does meet my criteria for a not-bad-pothead-film (it teaches something, has a few funny jokes, the acting is actually believable, has hot girls, etc.). The director did a good job on this film, actually, in my opinion -- it doesn't seem overly cheap and actually has a couple good special effects. The best part about this movie is actually the ending, but I won't spoil it. Anyone saying this movie is really incredibly bad has been REALLY spoiled by hollywood, though. Just don't expect too much, no offense to the movie. It's pretty good, but just don't want to get anyone's hopes up.
A newly engaged couple finds the home of their dreams and it quickly becomes a nightmare when the previous owner's friend continues squatting in their guest house. It leads to a turf war ...
September 27, 2020