Matthew Weiner's film debut features Top CelebStoners Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Amy Poehler, so it can't be bad.
"SCTV" meets Robin Williams in this 1986 romp, directed and co-written by the late Harold Ramis. Though Williams doesn't smoke pot in "Club Paradise," it's his one true stoner movie.
A live recording of the Grateful Dead performing in Germany during their famous Europe '72 tour screened as part of the Meetup at the Movies series nationwide on on July 17. Watch the show here.
Kevin Asch's followup to "Holy Rollers" portrays another New York subculture: Long Island trustafarians. Set in the 2000s, the movie's backdrop is the country's looming financial crisis.
Writer/director Paul Mazursky, who died on June 30 at 84, made a huge impact early in his career, co-writing "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas" and directing "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice."