Teen Movie Critic
Far Out Man
I knew the moment I saw this incoherent comedy from Tommy Chong, that the era of Cheech & Chong was over. Chong is attempting to be funny solo, but is in desperate need of Cheech for this one. An aging hippie goes on a road trip, in search of his lost family. He meets up with his "straight" son (Paris Chong, Tommy's real-life son, who is far from straight in this movie) and together they go off to see America.
A labored attempt to bring his family together (wife Shelby and daughter Rae Dawn have roles here), and an incredible waste of time for anybody. The only time they should show this film, is when your doing time for murder. Believe me, that will be punishment enough for ANYBODY.
My Rating =
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