Marihuana (1936)

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Marihuana (1936). 57m | Not Rated

“I love these 30s exploitation flicks! This one definitely builds on the stereotypes of marihuana and its evil effects. Victims under the influence of this terrible narcotic wear menacing smiles and blank eyed stares. They gad about and jiggle in nightclubs while intoxicating themselves on copious amounts of alcohol as if mesmerized by the music. You will love how a couple of puffs/tokes/hits turn a group of young women into hysterical, sex crazed floozies! Man, that scene was funny.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOn the down note, Burma (nice to be named after an aftershave) spirals downward into destruction and despair. Hey, donu0026#39;t blame the pot, it didnu0026#39;t make her become a heroin dealer! Very poor gateway drug reference they were trying to get across.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere seems to be a plot, but donu0026#39;t bother following. Dialogue is lame, muffled, and youu0026#39;ll be saying the phrase u0026quot;who are you?u0026quot; quite frequently throughout the film. I donu0026#39;t think that guyu0026#39;s spanish accent was authentic either. Doesnu0026#39;t top the all-time kampy u0026#39;Reefer Madness u0026#39;, but itu0026#39;s a load of hoots.”


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