Two dope-fiend college buddies of mixed ethnicity are hired to drive a ton of valuable records to San Francisco for a record label funder. As the motley pair pot up more dope on the road, their companion in crime (Red Stache) gets caught committing a crime of his own, leading to an adventure from LA to San Francisco through Mexico. Along the way, the trio of dope-fiends are pursued by a small-time cop, a band of corrupt Mexican robbers, and a united family of Mexican dope-dealers, all while smoking a ton of dope.
The movie is a comedy about two losers who go to California to meet their idol heroin, and become involved in a pot smuggling scam. Although this movie does show the stereotypes of Latinos, it also shows one of the more serious issues in the United States, that of own-your-america.The film does what they set out to do, and they succeed in it in their own way. Overall, I liked the movie, but I think the director and writer focused on the more comical aspects of the novel, which resulted in some unoriginal and less dramatic moments. The actors do a good job. The movie fails to catch the attention of a mainstream audience. This is a movie that I would consider for comedy fans and audiences who are hip to a certain genre of humor. This movie is pretty hysterical. This is pretty funny as it reminds you of the classic films of the '70s. 7211a4ac4a