Four films - "We're the Millers," "This Is the End," "21 and Over" and "Spring Breakers" - raked in nearly $300 million at the box office this year. The rest of the movies on this list… not so much.
According to an IMDb fan vote, "Pulp Fiction" is the No. 1 stoner movie of all time. Ten percent of the Top 250 Greatest Films of All Time listed have drug themes.
Allen Ginsberg has been portrayed by James Franco, Tom Sturridge and now Daniel Radcliffe in "Kill Your Darlings," John Krokidas' film about the Beat poet's first gay romance.
JoAnn Schuch and Lynne Canning have directed an unflinching look at Humboldt County's marijuana tradition. "Tricky Bidness" largely focuses on the explosion of indoor grow-ops in Arcata.
It's 20 years since the release of Richard Linklater's stoner movie classic, "Dazed and Confused." We've put together lists of the top actors to come out of the Austin-based film and its best lines.