Calling all stoners! Are you looking to add a little extra entertainment when lighting up? Well, look no further—we have curated the perfect list of movies for stoners to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for a laugh or an adventure, we’ve got movies that are sure to make your next smoke session one to remember. So, grab the snacks, settle in, and let the movies begin!
Sorry To Bother You 
This film is set in an alternate reality where telemarketers have to use their “white voice” in order to be successful. The plot takes several twists and turns, and is best enjoyed when you’re high.
Dazed and Confused 
The coming-of-age story follows a group of rambunctious adolescents as they party on the last day of high school. The graduating class goes to a well-known pool hall for an impromptu keg party, but star football player Randall “Pink” Floyd (Jason London) has promised to abstain from drinking until the big game.
Dude, Where’s My Car? 
Dude, Where’s My Car? is a comedy film starring Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott as best friends, Jesse and Chester. After a wild night of partying, Jesse and Chester wake up and can’t remember anything, including where they left their car. With the help of their friend, they set out on a hilarious journey to find the car before Jesse’s twin girlfriends return home.
The Interview 
The film follows Dave Skylark (Franco), host of the popular talk show Skylark Tonight, and producer Aaron Rapaport (Rogen) as they are recruited by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong-un after they land an exclusive interview with him.
Enter the Void 
Enter the Void is an imaginative and surreal exploration of the afterlife. It follows Oscar, a young American drug dealer living in Tokyo, as he passes away after being shot in a police raid. In his death, Oscar’s consciousness travels through the city, witnessing past and present events from a metaphysical perspective.
Malibu’s Most Wanted 
Brad Gluckman (Jamie Kennedy) is the wealthy son of politically powerful parents living in Malibu, California. Though he aspires to be a rap star, his sheltered upbringing has left him woefully unprepared for the streets. In a desperate attempt to fit in, he adopts an over-the-top gangsta persona, calling himself B-Rad. When his antics embarrass his father and threaten his congressional campaign, Brad’s parents hire a pair of actors to pose as ex-cons and kidnap their son, hoping to straighten him out.
Mac & Devin Go to High School 
Through laughter and unexpected turns of events, this comedy follows the journey of two students: one striving to craft his valedictorian speech and another facing an unbelievable 15th year in high school.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 
This film is an adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s novel of the same name. It follows the story of Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) and his attorney, Dr. Gonzo (Benicio del Toro), as they travel to Las Vegas for a series of psychedelic adventures.
How High 
Two average guys, Jamal and Silas are in a race against time when it comes to not flunking out of Harvard. They’re not worried though because they have magical weed that can help them study smarter or smoke more efficiently! But things take an interesting turn from there…
Half Baked 
A hilarious cult classic, Half Baked follows the story of three friends who decide to sell weed to get their friend out of jail. Along the way, they run into all sorts of trouble with the law, and hilarity ensues.
Pineapple Express 
Seth Rogen and James Franco star in this buddy-comedy about two potheads who get caught up in a wild series of misadventures after witnessing a murder.
Napoleon Dynamite 
This quirky cult classic follows the story of Napoleon Dynamite, a socially awkward teen who’s living with his grandma and Uncle Rico. When Napoleon’s friend Pedro decides to run for class president, he enlists Napoleon to help him campaign. Hijinks ensue.
Tropic Thunder 
A group of actors filming a war movie are forced to become the soldiers they are portraying when their helicopter is shot down in enemy territory. The actors, who are all egocentric and self-absorbed, are completely unprepared for the realities of war. They soon find themselves in a fight for their lives as they try to make it back to safety.
Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle 
This stoner comedy follows the story of Harold and Kumar, two best friends who set out on a quest to get some White Castle burgers. Along the way, they run into all sorts of trouble, from getting high in public to running from the police.
30 years ago, when John was just a little boy his wish came true and Ted became alive. But now that he’s grown up with responsibilities in life (and Mila Kunis), Lori has been disappointed to see how much time passes by without any change from her boyfriend; until one night where everything changes…
Craig Jones (Ice Cube) is a young man who just got fired from his job and evicted from his home on the same day. Desperate for money, Craig agrees to help his friend Smokey (Chris Tucker) sell some weed. But when the weed turns out to be stolen, the two friends have to find a way to get rid of it before they get into big trouble.
It’s the end of high school and two best friends are left feeling lost. All they have to lean on is each other, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be any bumps in their journey toward finding themselves as adults! The three embark on one final adventure together—a quest for booze and a good time.
Animal House 
Animal House is a classic comedy about college life and the outrageous antics of Delta Tau Chi fraternity. The story follows their attempts to stay afloat in the rigid world of higher education despite their slapstick behavior, resulting in hijinks and hilarity along the way.
The Big Lebowski 
The Big Lebowski is about an unemployed slacker and avid bowler who gets dragged into a convoluted kidnapping case after being mistaken for another (wealthier) dude with the same name.
White Chicks 
Two African-American FBI agents, Kevin Copeland and Marcus Copeland, are assigned to protect two spoiled socialite sisters, Brittany and Tiffany Wilson, from a kidnapping plot. To do so, the brothers disguise themselves as the Wilson sisters and go undercover to infiltrate the socialite lifestyle. Along the way, they face a series of embarrassing mishaps, find love, and learn the value of friendship.
This Is The End 
This Is The End follows six friends as they face the apocalypse at James Franco’s house in Los Angeles.
What are some of your favorite movies to watch when high? Let me know in the comments.