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Pineapple Express

David Gordon Green (2008)

18 Certificate


Our Score
Director David Gordon Green cranks up the action for this stoner comedy from the production house of Judd Apatow (Knocked Up, Superbad). Seth Rogen plays Dale Denton, a process server whose world mostly revolves around smoking marijuana. After his friendly dealer Saul Silver (James Franco) sells Dale some ultra-high quality "Pineapple Express" reefer, the dope ends up being traced back to them in a gangland murder. Soon the buddies are on the run, smashing their mobile phones and trying to avoid being shot by a corrupt cop (Rosie Perez). Between moments of drug-addled glee, the plot thickens to involve Dale's high-school girlfriend and a cast of other misfits. It's well paced, well thought-out and highly absurd (the final shoot-out doesn't know when to quit), but the characters are hard to warm to. The plot may not hold up to close scrutiny, but that doesn't stop it from being a fun ride.


A pot-smoking slacker witnesses a gangland murder and accidentally leaves a joint containing rare marijuana at the scene of the crime. Realising this means they can be traced, he and his dealer go on the run - but their drug-induced paranoia proves a handicap. Action comedy, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.

Cast & Crew

Dale Denton Seth Rogen
Saul Silver James Franco
Ted Jones Gary Cole
Carol Rosie Perez
Red Danny McBride (2)
Angie Amber Heard
Private Miller Bill Hader
General Brat James Remar
Budlofsky Kevin Corrigan
Matheson Craig Robinson
Robert Ed Begley Jr
Director David Gordon Green
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Sony Pictures Guidance: Violence, swearing and drug abuse. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 12 Sep 2008


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