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Oscars Shitshow: Let’s Watch Some Past Winners

The 89th Annual Oscars ceremony happened this weekend and what a mess. But what is past is past, so let’s get baked and watch some past winners to make is feel better. Below are five of our favs to watch while high.

Birdman, 2014

While not the strongest film on its own or while sober, Birdman’s surreal special effects and its heavy-handed, symbolism-reliant script make it an entertaining flick to watch while blazed. Bonus points for bringing Michael Keaton back to the mainstream, if only temporarily.

Argo, 2012

A genuinely entertaining thriller, Argo is a flick everyone can enjoy, even your chronically high friend who despises Serious Films.

Crash, 2004

Just kidding.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, 2003

The most obvious choice on this list, the final installment of The Lord of the Rings films concludes an epic, nine plus hour story that has everything a dedicated weed fan could want: an other-worldly setting, dwarfs, giants, wizards, shires, complicated back stories that you spend weeks debating, and an inspiring moral. Plus the film’s special effects are killer.

Rocky, 1976

A sweet, funny, and stranger movie than you remember, Rocky is a great choice to watch after enjoying an edible or two. It’ll leave you inspired and hopeful and maybe ready to go run all over your city and punch some frozen meat.

The Sting, 1973

The Sting is a perfect caper flick. It has Robert Redford and Paul Newman as their absolute peak, a wonderful supporting cast, and a genuinely excellent and surprising script. It’s also fun as hell to watch.



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