A classic 2001 stoner comedy that critics loathed is currently smoking the competition

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Prepare the baby powder.

The 2000s was a strange time when it came to comedy films, as there were still a number of things that were considered taboo in public and slowly gaining traction behind the scenes, most notably smoking marijuana. Because of this, there have been many films released exploring the humor behind weed that have received critical acclaim and are viewed much more positively these days.

The 2001 classic How High is one of those titles, as what used to be a movie about two guys just smoking weed is now remembered for its hilarious quotes and remarkable actors. To be precise, it’s about our two main characters, Silas and Jamal, who manage to get to Harvard after smoking the ashes of one of their friends, since the magic pot gives them a higher intelligence in addition to the high.

Interestingly, according to FlixPatrol, Hulu viewers seem to be yearning for a touch of nostalgia for the movie itself this Thanksgiving, as it’s rocketed to second place on the platform, right behind How the Grinch Stole Christmas for the top movies currently streaming will . When it was released in 2001, How High was highly controversial among critics and viewers alike, earning a 26 percent critic rating and a 79 percent audience rating.

With a split score like that, we recommend you just check out How High for yourself and see if you like it. Be careful though; If you don’t see it, Mike Epps could come out of nowhere and hit you with some baby powder.

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Isaiah Colbert

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