Oliver, Stoned.

Oliver, Stoned.

The world's biggest stoner, Oliver, loses a high profile car, forcing him to steal an ice cream truck and enlist his wacky friends to help track down the thief before it's too late.

The world's biggest stoner, Oliver, loses a high profile car, forcing him to steal an ice cream truck and enlist his wacky friends to help track down the thief before it's too late. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Oliver, Stoned. torrent reviews

GiO H (jp) wrote: Best Part: Getting st(iz)oned once again and in a sense forever more in the van (which may of been or may not have been in route down by the river, where it may or may not have been stationed for a matter of hours .. and or daze). Media: Netflixed

Stephen H (es) wrote: Pile of pony channel 5 trash. Aimed at teens i think but even they will get bored of it.

Stacy S (es) wrote: I did not find it funny at all.

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Nathan L (fr) wrote: A wild and crazy little Japanese movie that's almost like a serious version of Looney Tunes in live action with a nihilistic mean streak.

Tyler S (us) wrote: Excellent music and an excellent cast cant make up for the horrendous plot...1.5 might be generous...just never takes off the ground. ..you keep waiting for it but it doesn't get there.

Crystal B (us) wrote: I remember this. Unfortunately.

Philip S (br) wrote: This movie suuuuuuuucked.

Jodie R (de) wrote: i have this movie, love this movie, i just love sean astin in this movie!

Genevieve P (jp) wrote: Histoire assez originale, bien amene, mais qui devient vite ennuyante. Le rythme endort, et finalement on s'en fout un peu, de ce qui leur arrive...

Leslie C (br) wrote: I love this movie. Hope if u watch it you'll like it too.

Ken T (gb) wrote: Every once in a while I see an older film regarded as a classic or semi-classic and I just seem to disagree with the masses and not like the film. Such is the case with I Remember Mama. The story is about a Norwegian family in San Francisco in the early 20th century as told in reflection by one daughter concentrating her story on her mother. The family struggles financially through the years to make ends meet. There is never any seemingly major issues - just things like a refined old lodger who does not like to pay rent; a daughter needing surgery and the mother needing to live up to her word to see her after the operation; a broach with intrinsic traded for something else. This family has such self-sacrificing niceness that it gives off that golly-geewillikers kind of sickening vibe. There is a cat scene that is dragged out to maximum melodrama; Oscar Homolka yelled just about every line (and still scores an Oscar nomination no less) so of course he will turn out to be a loud saint; the nerdy sister falling in love with an equally nerdy, but completely dedicated man. And the hospital scene just really annoyed me - I wouldn't want some woman who likely hadn't bathed and potentially had lice or other bugs on her coming into my post surgery room! What was with Bel Geddes' characters excessive blinking issue? 4 acting nominations at the Academy Awards - a little much, especially considering most performances were a little too much over-the-top. Dunne is perhaps the finest in her role as matriarch, but the accent sometimes slips from Scandanavian to Irish sounding every once in a while (I can never stop staring at how perfect her teeth are in every film I see her in!) Melodrama to the extreme and pure cheese, I really can't understand such high ratings.

Dave P (us) wrote: The story of chess records - chess pays his successful artists in cadillacs. Excellent movie focussing mainly on Leonard chess' relationships with his powerhouse blues stars, muddy waters, little Walter, howlin wolf , chuck berry and etta James. Authentically set, well acted, and worth it in any case for the music alone. Essential viewing for real rock and roll music fans.