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Ähnlich wie Morgan Spurlock, der sich in `Super Size Me' einen Monat lang von Fast-Food ernährt hat, dreht sich dieser Film um einen Mann, der einen Monat lang die Auswirkungen von Marijuhana auf den menschlichen Körper untersucht. Dazu wird er musikteaternivarmland.se - Kaufen Sie Super High Me günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Super High Me ein Film von Michael Blieden mit Doug Benson, Alex Campbell. Inhaltsangabe: Der Komiker Doug Benson fasste, als er den Film “Supersize Me”. Sehr lustige Doku im Stile von Super Size Me. Hier steht nur der Cannabis Konsum im Mittelpunkt. Was für Folgeschäden trägt man davon, wie schneidet man. Stand-up comedian and former Stoner of the Year*, Doug Benson brings you the hilarious film, Super High Me, in which he looks at the current situation with.
Super High Me: Dokumentarfilm/Gesellschafts-Doku mit Doug Benson/Patton Oswalt/Sarah Silverman. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Jetzt Verfügbarkeit von Super High Me überprüfen. Als er stoned die bekannte Fast Food-Doku "Super Size Me" sah kam dem amerikanischen Comedian Doug. Stand-up comedian and former Stoner of the Year*, Doug Benson brings you the hilarious film, Super High Me, in which he looks at the current situation with.
We are all individual and react in different ways to various drugs. When I say "drugs" I mean things like alcohol, medication, narcotics, etc.
I've smoked weed and tobacco on and off for many years now, roughly half of my life. I'm thirty next month. But I am planning on quitting both forms of smoking very soon, as I generally feel unfit and need to sort myself out physically.
I used to smoke quite extreme amounts when I was younger. Bongs, buckets, baggies, spliffs, blow-backs. All pretty much continuously throughout the day.
Only roughly four, maybe five times though. Which isn't too bad considering most of the time I had been mixing weed with alcohol, and occasionally amphetamine.
But then we all did. And I soon learned with age, that this wasn't the correct path to take. Now, I'm not entirely sure whether weed has contributed to this or not.
But I have suffered from quite random depression and anxiety attacks for many years, regardless of how my life is going at the time. It's not every single day, but more often than I can generally deal with.
Previously around the age of , I was prescribed medication from my GP. And all that did was empty my mind completely, devoiding myself of any thoughts and feeling, due to the huge amounts I ended up being given.
Essentially turning me into a husk with no desire to even get up or do anything at all. It also affected my food intake, causing me to eat less.
After consistently raising my dosage over time, I found that this was not working at all. My body getting used to the medication, the side-effects were too extreme and wasn't getting any better.
So I quit taking Venlafaxine. Just stopped, no weaning. I'd had enough. And decided to take up smoking weed again.
Immediately, I regained an appetite. I started socializing and going outside for the first time in months.
Now this wasn't solely due to weed, but it did play a huge part in getting back on my feet. Now if it had been legal to use for medical purposes, I might not have had to go through the ordeal of prescribed medication that just didn't work and could have been sorted out much sooner.
I still use weed from time-to-time, and the odd "session" with friends. And have found that occasional use can be extremely beneficial for depression, stress and anxiety.
For me, anyway. The thing that bugs me the most, is that people assume because you smoke weed you are a so-called "trouble maker" and have contributed to the downfall of society.
I say nuts to that. Go and whinge at the many, many drunks out causing damage to property, punching innocent people in the face, smacking their girlfriends about because they've had one too many.
Not only that, potentially killing someone in the process of all this drunken madness. But hey, alcohol makes billions of pounds every year.
And it seems the fat-cats couldn't give a monkey's about it either. Can't believe this only have 29 comments 30 now.
Doug's amazing and this is a fun look at pot, hell funny too. Because governments have made it part of this so called "International Drug Trade" It is no potheads fault.
The thing is you can not like weed all you want, never smoke it, completely shield it from your kids and loves ones, and that's fine, but neither you nor anyone else has the right to tell me or anyone else what and what not to smoke.
If everybody smoked a joint at the same time there would be world peace for around 2 hours!!!! Why is this not known as well?
P in the long term and Human nature is to have too much why do you think there is such a chronic alcohol problem globally.
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Super Size Me The Legend of Documentary Comedy. A comedy documentary outlining the progression of the ever growing cannabis industry.
Stars: Shaun Attwood, W. Earl Brown, Tommy Chong. Benson is likable and wholesome, and the movie is pleasant and funny.
Because the movie is not dense or righteous, it has the capacity to reach interested folks who aren't already in the know and don't want to hear a rant about legalization.
So when flicking through Netflix a title like this would usually catch ones red eye. I fancy watching something weed related and I've seen How High countless times already.
I presumed that this documentary would be interesting, factual and funny. It turns out I was very wrong. Firstly I have to question his integrity to even host such a "Documentary".
I don't think there is any true stoner out there who will ever look worried at the "challenge" of smoking weed for 30 days solid.
For a lot of people smoking reefer all day is just a way of life. I'm pretty sure that this guy wasn't even inhaling when toking either.
Secondly the kinds of questions such an idea could raise are intriguing and probably in someway useful, but the closest he ever really gets to any kind of research is a few short term memory tests.
Cannabis is a subject that could be talked about for hours with much depth and with some entertainment but this "Documentary" really seems like a guy who has found a niche market and is trying to exploit it to increase his demographic by filling it with his stand-up.
His stand up is a completely different conversation that I'm not even going to get into. Let's just say I chuckled barely a few times at best.
If anything I just sat there and felt angry that this man has more weed than me and it is clearly wasted on him. To summarize, I should've watched How High.
Benson must have decided not to settle for anything less than the top spot, because although the magazine hasn't since repeated their ranking, the frequently-stoned funnyman has gone out and made an entire movie about his life-long love affair with marijuana.
Riffing off Morgan Spurlock's documentary "Super Size Me," in which that filmmaker documented the effects of eating nothing but McDonalds fast food for thirty days in a row, Benson wondered what would happen to his health if he smoked pot non-stop for thirty days straight.
As he joked with the packed SXSW crowd following the film's screening, the experiment wouldn't be too far removed from what he was doing already.
Let the experiment begin. Just to make sure that everything was as scientifically pure as could be expected in such a dubious experiment, Benson goes clean and sober for a month.
He has doctors check his general health and memory while he does the temporary rehab. Then it's thirty days of non-stop tokage Benson has a prescription, so he's not really breaking any laws here.
Bemused doctors monitor Benson's health throughout his "ordeal. I think that it's safe to say that neither Benson, nor the audience learn anything notable about marijuana use from "Super High Me.
The film works as an amusing experiment, made all the more enjoyable by Benson's funny observations, and an occasional bon mot by his semi-famous comedian friends.
The pro-marijuana crowd at SXSW was thrilled by the film's wit. Naturally, more conservative audiences won't be quite as amused.
The issue is too serious to merge with the rest of the film's humor, but not given enough weight within the film to serve as an effective rallying cry for the audience.
Who knows? Perhaps Benson needs to make a sequel to give the issue its full due. As it stands, the film can't seem to decide if it wants to be an all-out comedy or a critique of US drug policy.
It tries to do both and only partially succeed. The bottom line is that "Super High Me" is still a lot of fun, particularly if you see it with the right crowd.
Benson knows that finding the right audience is half the battle, and since he admits that many of his fans will be too stoned to go to the theater, he is offering to ship a DVD copy of the film to anybody who will set up a screening in their city.
You can get all the details at www. Tab 29 August After being told to watch this by various of my stoner friends, i decided to watch it on youtube.
What i expected was to watch this guy smoke tons of weed and cover subjects related to it, both of which are seldomely met.
So for the majority, we just get jokes about being high with a pointless celebrity appearance here and there, with very little concerning the legislation of cannabis.
The main point is this, watching someone be sober for 30 days, then be stoned for 30 days, isn't exactly what i'd call entertainment or quality film-making.
One for psychic ability is there a point? Each of these are covered with about seconds of screen time, twice in the movie, so your obviously not getting a lot of information for the majority.
This movie pretty much just glamorizes California throughout, cause thats the subject most covered. Yes they have dispendencys with different types of pot, yes they have DEA take downs, and yes they have medical mary jane.
I covered that in a, probably grammar incorrect, sentence. Here, its covered for about minutes, very boring. And for a movie called Super High Me, i expected to see way more usage.
There's a surprising lack of content, and as i said before, the majority of the movie is his stand up act.
The actual production is pretty limited. Basically a guy follows Doug around with a camera, not much else, no interview shots are planned or anything like a normal documentary, the only shot setups i really noticed are those of his stand up act, so pretty much its just a guy with a camera filming people talking.
No questions are really asked, instead we just have stoners talking about gibberish regarding pot Although that pot prince guy was pretty hilarious.
The sound balance is uneven, at times music will play and render a speaker inaudible. The interviewees don't exactly have any significance, at one point one there is Brian Posehn, who just eats his burger, doesn't say crap, and the scene ends, and also one with his co-star Sarah Silverman, just taking some type of rip from some type of vaporizer, the guitarists of janes addiction is there playing some chords not saying a thing, the scene ends.
This is pretty much proof that someone in the crew has to be sober for a movie to be good. So pretty much all you have here is stand up, which at times, is actually pretty funny.
The actual focus of the documentary, isn't exactly 'focused'. Stoners just aren't that interesting, they smoke pot, and sit back and be lazy, thats about it.
I'm a pothead who smokes pretty damn often, and i wasn't exactly impressed. Smoke a blunt and watch something a little bit more worthwhile like half baked or harold and kumar, this isn't really a entertaining or groundbreaking documentary.
If your really interested in the effects and culture of cannabis, check out bbc's show Should I Smoke Dope, its pretty much what this should have been.
A semi-spoof documentary of Super Size Me, which explores a similar premise to the McDonald's movie, but exchanges burgers with 'medical' marijuana.
The lead of this movie is the no2 cannabis comedian in the country - Gary Cohan. He goes through before and after tests, describes his ordeal and does stand-up in the meantime.
Only three things really stand out in this movie: - the short presentation of the situation of medical marijuana in California, where federal law is raping state law and DEA is closing down and arresting legal medical marijuana stores; - the interesting observation that marijuana seems to have improved psychic abilities : ; - the fact that the stand-up comic is way funnier on marijuana than off it Apart from that the movie is rather a bore and you really feel that it is too long and unnecessary.
I'll give you one thing - its absurd that McDonald's is legal, while marijuana is forbidden. I think this film had the potential to be far more interesting than it was.
I don't smoke weed, but I AM interested in the long term damage that people might encounter and the negatives that do exist.
It's basically a pro-marijuana film; devoid of balance, with a smattering of gags, and a little focus on the DEA and medical cannabis.
Boring and vapid. The narrative is weak and flaccid in parts. The gags felt like filler. I guess you might enjoy it if you were high; but then I'd enjoy having a colonoscopy if I was high.
Don't waste your time if you're over the age of It's just not clever nor funny. Determined to find out the true effects of marijuana on the human body, stand-up comedian and former Stoner of the Year Doug Benson documents his experience avoiding pot for 30 days and then consuming massive amounts of the drug for 30 days.
This is my first review for a documentary, so I try to review it to the best of my ability Documentaries, by my understanding, are supposed to inform you of a situation, while showing multiple examples of it.
By seeing the plot, I actually would find this an interesting film, as I would have no idea what would happen to this guy. Super Size Me was informational, and showed what happened to a guy who ate McDonald's for 30 days straight.
With marijuana, the outcome would be most interesting, especially how the drug is considered the safest. By the end of the film, he literally had no affects from it and the film ending with him standing on stage, admitting he wanted to smoke another.
That's how bad the film was, and I rated it one higher just because I found the guy pretty funny.. I don't recommend. I watched this so-called documentary in the hope that it would shed some light on the true effects of marijuana, even just on one man.
However, the whole experiment was so lacking in empirical evidence, meaningful scientific controls, or detail about the exact nature of what Doug Benson was smoking, or in what quantities, as to be worthless.
The fact that Doug Benson only gave up pot for a month before starting the experiment all-but invalidated the results, especially as the man spent most of his life until that point, out of his head.
The ultimate misleading conclusion of this documentary seemed to be that pot only diminishes one's mathematical abilities, but otherwise, the effects are all positive.
What seemed to be ironically ignored, especially by Doug Benson, was that he spent the entire movie in a droopy eyed, slightly slurred state of very mild stupor, that may feel great to him, but is very uncomfortable to those around him.
It was interesting that known marijuana problems, such as paranoia were barely touched upon, and even examinations of respiratory risks were restricted to measurement of lung capacity, with no discussion of whether marijuana presents a greater or lesser risk than tobacco to lung cancer.
The sad thing is, this documentary could have been a great opportunity to educate about any benefits or hazards connected to marijuana usage, but instead it was just a pathetic excuse for a self-avowed stoner to go on the ultimate bender.
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