This weekend celebrates the moment we all give thanks to the Earth for her abundance and natural resources. That’s right, 420 Day is upon us (oh, and don’t forget about Earth Day on the 22nd), which likely serves as a holiday for many of your neighbors in the Florida Keys. For those who do partake, we assume you will not be at work on Thursday, so we created our best 420 movie playlist to pair with your favorite platter of munchies. This is, like, our opinion, man, of the …

Top 10 420 Day Movies of All-time 

10. “Super Troopers” (2001): Just about any revelation from the brain of Jay Chandrasekhar is deserving of this list, but “Super Troopers” remains a cannabis-cult favorite, as it follows a goofball team of Vermont state troopers trying to save their jobs. Favorite line: “Am I saying Meow Don’t think boy, meow do you know how fast you were going?”  

9. “Friday” (1995): No 420 list is complete without “Friday,” which propelled Chris Tucker (“Smokey”) into stardom, along with a cornucopia of tasty stoner quotes. Favorite line: “You’ve got to be one stupid mother%#er to get fired on your day off.” 

8. “Dude, Where’s My Car” (2000): Critics of our Top 10 lists (and we have plenty) will debate this one, but this movie measures up against the true stoner movie test —  “Can a movie be horrible without weed, but incredible when you’re on weed?” Favorite line: “Dude, what does mine say?” “Sweet, what does mine say!”

7. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019): For those who didn’t accept this as Tarantino’s masterpiece, you totally missed the point. Or maybe you need to give it another try on 420. Favorite line: “I’m as real as a donut.” 

6. “Half Baked” (1998): Before Dave Chappelle was universally considered one of the greatest standup comics to ever live, there was “Half Baked.” No list like this is complete without this film. Favorite line: “I don’t do drugs, though. Just weed.” 

5. “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” (1998): They say movies never measure up to their books, particularly the words of Hunter S. Thompson. But this film came as close as they come. Favorite line: “Too weird to live. Too rare to die.” – HST 

4.  “Dazed and Confused” (1993): It’s a generational film that was never meant to be great. Perhaps that’s why it’s one of the best ever. Favorite line: “Alright, alright, alright.” 

3. “Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie” (1980): If we have to explain this one, you probably have issues with the “Devil’s lettuce.” Favorite line: “Man, if you had a second brain, it would die of loneliness, man.” 

2. “Pineapple Express” (2008): Even if the rest of the movie was horrible, the intro alone would land it on this list. Thankfully, the entire journey is a magic carpet ride. Favorite line: “It’s almost a shame to smoke it. It’s like killing a unicorn, with like, a bomb.” 

1. “The Big Lebowski” (1998): This movie is to stoners what “Star Wars” is to dorks. There are people who only communicate in Big Lebowski lines and you likely know at least two of them. Favorite line: “The dude abides.”