Faris is sweet but squirm-inducingly irritating, and aside from a few scenes with John Krasinski and Araki's usual witty editing, I have no idea what the fuss is about. The experience is akin to arriving sober to a room full of already stoned people: One or two funny moments but mostly just an uncomfortable sense of wrong place, wrong time and some polite half-smiling at jokes that aren't funny.
I never realized that I can have 420 characters to write for this post. How fitting. Anna Faris is one of the funniest, charismatic female comedians in film today. She saves bad film. While this may be silly and a... tad inaccurate, it's also incredibly spot on. I watched it stoned which is probably the way to go. In terms of stoner comedy, brilliant.
Hilarious stoner movie along with Anna Faris bright personality character. If you're not baked then you might not enjoy this as much. There are some moments when you can really relate to the situation and thought "oh that's dumb" and you laughed at yourself LOL (like, the 'Garfield Lasagna' scene). It really is a fun movie! I personally love it so much and among the best stoner movies ever.