Pineapple Express Movie Review

Blueberry Express is certainly an neglected movie. I think the condition with this movie is that a lot people will pass this off as your average stoner comedy, which technically it is, but it happens to be far more than that, and i believe the condition with this movie is that most people didn’t really ‘get it’. solarmovie

A brief look at the movie, the primary two characters, played out by Seth Rogen and James Franco are stoners, and for almost all of film production company they are high, but it’s the humor gold what makes this movie so enjoyable to observe. The jokes just not necessarily about stoners, well a few of them are, but there can be a few in there that are classic. 

The movie has a great starting, where some American Standard visits an underground fort where they are experimentation with some type of super marijuana known as ‘Pineapple Express’. This is quickly deemed illegal, as the General sees the effects it has on the participant smoking it. Were then whisked frontward to todays and launched to Dale, a process server, who also wants to spend his days getting high. After he witnesses a murder while smoking the Pineapple Express, this individual or she must go on the run together with his best friend Saul, from the neighborhood gangster. The movie see’s them running through the town planning to break free from the two guys trying to chase them down, hired by the local gangster to get rid of them. Film production company is not only a great comedy but appears closely at the camaraderie of both dudes, established mainly on the fact that one is the dealer and one is the supplier. The movie comes to an amazing conclusion, that was amazingly gruesome at points, which was a lttle bit of a shock, as it has not been something I was anticipating, but none the less I thought the final was great.

Seth Rogen plays the part of the typical stoner well. I think he plays the same sort of character in the majority of his movies, in particular he reminded myself of the character this individual played in Knocked Up in some ways. I actually like Seth Rogen and think he is great during these type of comedy roles. So overall a solid performance from charlie.

James Franco is also great in the movie. I believe Franco is a tremendous actor, and uses this movie to show that he can play a diverse range of characters, he’s a great semi-paranoid stoner, and comes across well, uncertain about the long curly hair though. His character jogged my memory of either Bill or Ted from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. I do think it was the way having been talking through the movie. He would a great job of playing a stoner.

In some ways it performed remind me of Superbad, although it is a completely different movie, you can still tell it turned away made by the same people, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The humourous was great to watch, and the first 1 / 2 of the movie was fantastic, and at times comedy gold, however We think the other half of the movie was disappointed slightly by the extraordinary violence and gore, for whatever reason it fit in with the rest of the movie.