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Top 5 Stoner Characters From Film

Top 5 Stoner Fictional Characters From Film


Sometimes it can just be fun to chill out with some nice weed, light up and watch some films with some good munchie food. The following are 5 fictional characters from film who also enjoy getting high. These characters are from different genres including classic stoner movies, comedies and even horror, but they all share a love for beautiful green buds.



Harold Lee and Kumar Patel

from Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle


[Riding a cheetah]“Dude, am I really high, or is this actually working?”- Harold

“Both” – Kumar


Starting off our list is Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle is a 2004 film directed by Danny Leiner. And follows the adventures of Harold Lee played by John Cho and Kumar Patel played by Kal Penn. A squeal called Escape from Guantanamo Bay was released in 2008 and A Very Harold and & Kumar 3D Christmas was released in 2011.


The duo after smoking a great deal of marijuana and watching an advertisement get a craving for fast food chain the White Castle and decide to go on a quest to visit the restaurant. They encounter many interesting situations along the way including meeting Neil Patrick Harris playing a sex crazed party animal version of himself and getting a cheetah high before successful riding it.


Best Stoner Line in Film


[In surgery] “Hang on a second, nurse. What we should probably use is marijuana. That’ll sufficiently sedate the patient for surgery.” – Kumar


Marijuana...But why?”- Male Nurse


We don’t have time for questions. We need marijuana now, as much of it as possible! Like a big bag of it.” – Kumar


Marty Mikalski “The Fool”

from The Cabin in the Woods


“Good work, zombie arm.” -Marty


Cabin in The Wood is 2012 horror film directed by Drew Goddard and produced by Joss Whedon. The horror comedy pays tribute to past horror films and introduces a interesting twist and a great stoner hero in the character of Marty.


In the film Marty and four friends plan a weekend away at an isolated cabin, not noticing the many foreboding warnings that it might not be a great idea. The cabin in the woods is actually an elaborate trap designed and operated by the government to offer blood sacrifices to the old gods.


Marty is one of these unlucky chosen sacrifices and is introduced to the audience as he pulls up in a car smoking pot from a huge bong which usefully converts into a travel mug. Marty is designated as “The Fool” by the government however in an interesting plot twist Marty’s continual bake interferes with the other subliminal and chemical pushes allowing him to fight back. Marty is eventually able to discover the secret underground entrance and its thanks to him the audience is introduced to a fantastic collection of supernatural evil delight.


Best Stoner Line in Film


“Statistical fact. Cops will never pull over a man with a huge bong in his car. Why? They fear this man. They know he sees further than they… and he will bind them… with ancient logics.” – Marty




Jay and Silent Bob

from Numerous Kevin Smith Films


15 bucks, little man,
Put that shit in my hand
If that money doesn’t show
Then you owe me, owe me, owe
– Jay


Director and writer Kevin Smith first introduced the world to Jay and Silent Bob back in 1994 with his film Clerks where they sell weed outside the Quick stop. Throughout the day in the film the characters are seen dancing, loitering and generally harassing passersby. Jay and Silent Bob were embraced by potheads everywhere and it was one of the first times a film portrayed pot dealers as fun and entertaining rather then scary or dangerous. The characters went on to appear in many of Smith’s other films including Mallrats, Chasing Amy, and Dogma.


In 2001 the characters were popular enough to get their own stoner buddy movie Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. When Jay and Silent Bob learn that a movie called “Bluntman and Chronic” is being made featuring their comic book counterparts they become excited about all the money they will make from from the royalties. After discovering they won’t be getting paid they set off on a road trip Hollywood in order to sabotage the film.


Best Stoner Line in Film


“Who smokes the blunts?

We smoke the blunts!” –Jay



Anthony Man Stoner and Pedro De Pacas

Cheech and Chong

Up In Smoke


Yeah, my dog ate my stash, manChong


The film Up in Smoke is directed by Lou Adler and stars Richard “Cheech” Marin and Tommy Chong. The duo were already an established comedy team before appearing in the 1978 film Up in Smoke, and features rewritten material their performed in their standup. The film had several sequels including Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie, Nice Dreams, Things are Tough All Over, Still Smokin, and Far Out Man. In 2013 an animated film was made entitled Cheech & Chong’s Animated Movie.


Anthony “Man” Stoner played by Chong is an unemployed pothead and amateur drummer who ditches his strict parents and hits the road and soon meets kindred spirit Pedro De Pacas played by Cheech. The pair have many misadventures including being arrested for possession of marijuana and performing in a rock band contest. Up in Smoke is often considered to be the Citizen Kane of stoner films and is credited as establishing the stoner comedy genre of film.


Best Stoner Line in Film


Hey man, am I driving okay?” – Pedro/Cheech


[Looks around] “I think we’re parked, man.” – Man/Chong






from Friday


I know you don’t smoke weed, I know this; but I’m gonna get you high today, ’cause it’s Friday; you ain’t got no job… and you ain’t got shit to do.Smokey


Finally we have the top of our best stoner characters list the film is Friday and the character is pot smoking guy Smokey. Friday is a 1995 stoner buddy comedy film directed by F.Gary Gray in his directorial debut. The film stars Ice Cude who also co-wrote the film as Craig Jones and Chris Tucker as Smokey in his first starring role. After Craig loses his job after being framed for stealing, having no other plans hangs out on his front porch and gets high with his best friend Smokey. The film’s success spawned two sequelsNext Friday (2000) and Friday After Next (2002). A fourth film entitled Last Friday has been in the works for several years.


Smokey is a carefree, mischievous, drug dealer who sells weed for Big Worm the local neighborhood psychopathic supplier. Smokey understandably enjoys smoking weed a lot more then selling it and has a confrontation with Big Worm who threatens to kill both him and Craig if they do not give him two hundred dollars by 10:00 pm that night.


The film ends with Smokey settling things with Big Worm and promising he is giving up drug dealing and going to rehab. The moment he hangs up the phone, he lights up a joint and ends the film by stating “I was just bullshittin! And you know this man!” and that is why Smokey is the number one top stoner character from film.


Best Stoner Line in Film


“Weed is from the earth.

God put this here for me and you.

Take advantage man, take advantage.” –Smokey

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