Robert Zemekis' Flight stars Denzel Washington as an alcoholic, drug-abusing commercial airline pilot. While Washington plumbs the depths of his deeply-flawed character, the movie places all the blame of a catastrophic crash on him.
From dramas ("Savages") to comedies ("Ted") to documentaries ("The House I Live In"), 2012 was another solid year for stoner movies.
Jack Kerouac's landmark Beat Generation novel "On the Road" has finally been adapted into a movie starring Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund and Top CelebStoner Kristen Stewart.
Eugene Jarecki's "The House I Live In" includes a personal narrative that threads through an unsettling examination of how the War on Drugs has served as a nonstop treadmill for so many caught up in the prison system.
It was another solid year for stoner movies. From A Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas to 50/50 to Your Highness to Bad Teacher, marijuana was a staple for filmmakers and Hollywood studios looking to tap into the ever-growing weed-friendly audience.