How High (2001)
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They've got their degrees all rolled up.
|Method man and redman, two of music's hottest superstars, team up to take harvard university to school in this outrageous comedy smash that is being call this generation's answer to national lampoon's animal house.|
"The two rap stars are also ace movie comedians! Dennis Hunt, San Diego Union-Tribune
"Genuinely funny! Claire Bickley, Toronto Star
"A raunchy, good-natured comedy! Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
Editor's NoteHOW HIGH is a raucous comedy about two underachieving potheads from the projects, Cyrus and Jamal (rappers Method Man and Redman), who, through bizarre circumstances, end up attending Harvard University. It all begins when Cyrus' friend Ivory dies, and Cyrus uses his ashes as fertilizer to grow marijuana. When the two are taking their college entrance exams, Jamal explains his philosophy: Study high. Take the test high. Get high scores. Smoking Cyrus' magical weed somehow summons the ghost of the brainy Ivory, who gives them all the answers to the exam. They are recruited by Chancellor Huntley (Fred Willard) to attend Harvard, where they use the weed to continue their academic success, but thanks to the machinations of the uptight Dean Cain (Obba Babatunde), they soon find themselves without Ivory's help, and are forced to maintain their scholarship grades on their own. The plot reaches its peak of comic ludicrousness when the hapless duo attempts to dig up and smoke the remains of John Quincy Adams. HOW HIGH features Mike Epps, Tracy Morgan, and Spalding Gray in supporting roles. The film is scabrously funny and refreshingly free of logic, reason, and political correctness.
Cast & Crew
|Anna Maria Horsford|
|Jesse Dylan - Director|
|Francis Kenny - Director of Photography|
|Larry Bock - Editor|
|Method Man - Musical Score|
|Redman - Musical Score|
|Danny DeVito, et al. - Producer|
|Clark Hunter - Production Designer|
|DMX - Song By|
|Dustin Abraham - Writer|