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Bongwater (1998)

Cast: Luke Wilson, Luke Wilson, Alicia Witt, more...
Director: Richard Sears, Richard Sears
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Studio: Image Entertainment
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 96 min.
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Synopsis
Oregon pot dealer David (Luke Wilson) is perfectly happy with his uninspired artwork and sonambulstic slacker life. Along wih his layabout gay friends -- Tony (Andy Dick) and Robert (Jeremy Sisto) -- David seems to have no worries as long as the marijuana crop keeps coming in. But a social hitchhiker named Serena (Alicia Witt) finds her way into David's life and a relationship staggers to full blossom. As David gets more serious about his art, thanks to Serena's encouragement, Serena leaves to try out the rock 'n' roll life of New York City. David numbs his feelings for Serena with meaningless sex with her friend Mary (Brittany Murphy) and a wild mushroom-induced adventure in the woods with Jennifer (Amy Locane) and a zany drug guru Devlin (Jack Black). Meanwhile, Serena gets a brutal wakeup call about life in the big city and returns home to David. But is that the best thing for both of them? ~ Buzz McClain, All Movie Guide

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Goes down like Bongwater! by brentolson May 3, 2005 - 6:22 PM PDT
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I wondered why I hadn't heard of this movie when it came out...because it probably was never released into theaters or ticket buyers might have rioted....A true stinker....aimless plot, really pathetic and whiny characters, horrible editing. The "layabout" gay couple are funny for a few minutes and Jack Black's appearance as a stoned, pot growing hippy were the only redeemable moments of this otherwise really horrible film.




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