Cheech and Chong's Next Movie 1980 R CC

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This time, Cheech must deal with an angry neighbor and losing his job, all while trying to score with a sexy young lady. Meanwhile, Chong meets Cheechs cousin, Red (Cheech Marin in a dual role), and the two new buds have a wild time buzzing around Hollyweird in a bad Ferrari. Along the way, the dynamic duo find time for some mishaps at a movie set, the welfare office, a hotel, a brothel, a music store, a rich girls house, a comedy club, the ultimate weed field and a UFO, all before the second reel!

Starring:
Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Cheech and Chong's Next Movie

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Tommy Chong
Starring Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong
Supporting actors Evelyn Guerrero, Betty Kennedy, Sy Kramer, Rikki Marin, Peter Bromilow, Paul 'Mousie' Garner, Jonathan T. Moore, Lupe Ontiveros, Ed Peck, Marguerite Ray, John Steadman, Jake Steinfeld, Robert Ackerman, Lita Aubry, Jonnie Barnett, Shelby Chong, Carolyn Conwell, Don S. Davis
Studio Universal Studios
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

It doesn't have much of a plot, but who cares!
"gjnaug"
Cheech ends up smashing his face into a bag of soap and drinking Chong's sisters pee!
"beetaljuice"
This movie is a must for anyone who needs a good laugh.
Bob

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Cool Nerd on February 25, 2005
Format: DVD
It's a shame that a film like this will be mostly dismissed by a society that will see this as nothing more than a "stoner" film. While admittedly the humor often contains drug references, there are several scenes that I think anybody could enjoy and have a good laugh at.

While I agree with many reviewers here as to what are some of the funnier scenes, the two that really do it for me is the one in the Welfare Office. This is just physical comedy at its very best. While Chong waits for Cheech to "visit" with his lady friend, he is seated next to an old man, and a very odd character played by Michael Winslow (and it is very apparent what a brilliant comic he is, and it's too bad his talents went to waste in countless Police Academy sequels). I cannot even begin to describe this scene, but those who have seen the movie know what I am talking about. Those who haven't need to do themselves a favor and watch the movie, if only for this scene alone. Even the look on Chong's face is authentic--he's not acting here--he is equally confused and entertained by what's happening around him.

Shortly after this scene comes another great one, where Cheech performs his song, a warm and loving (and hilarious) tribute to Mexican Americans. It has been days since I watched this and I still have that song in my head.

I would highly (no pun intended) recommend this film to anybody that needs a great laugh and is not easily offended by drug and sex jokes.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J Eric Miller on August 23, 2004
Format: DVD
Nostalgia for my childhood recently caused me to buy and watch the Cheech and Chong movies (with the exception of The Coriscan Brothers). Aside from realizing I shouldn't have been watching those movies in my pre-teen days, I realized how well done they are. Most amazing to me was that they held up one after the other, feeling not repetitive, though each of them is rather episodic. Most impressive was Chong's direction; he makes a number of interesting choices that elevate him beyond the status of writer/star who has enough power to direct; clearly, he took this role quite seriously. The movies, of course, are not serious. I rarely laugh out loud in movies these days, but I did at least a half dozen times in each of these. The characters are not only given funny situations in which to work and funny lines to deliver, but each of them is presented with a kind of earnestness that makes them likeable, and the films all he more watchable.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Karlito Brigante on July 1, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
If your like me, than you love adolesscant toilet humor. If you know Cheech and Chong, than you know to expect low brow pot humor. This movie is the best when it comes to dirty jokes and off-the-wall antics. Of all the Cheech and Chong movies, "Next Movie" is the best. Many will tell you "Up in Smoke" is the best, they are wrong. "Next Movie" is far better than its predecessor. The best aspect of this movie is definitely Cheeches Cousin Red, who is also played by Cheech Marin. So buy this movie, its probably cheap.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 19, 2004
Format: DVD
Great movie...but...would be a better DVD if it had both versions. The version (not included) in questions is the heavy censor TV version. Instead of "weed" they are carrying "diamonds". That version has a better soundtrack as well. Also, cartoons, and more UFO scenes. Usually censorship makes for a bad movie, but in this case it makes for a totally stupid, great, awesome movie. It just proves how far censors would go in the 1980's. Universal should release a disc with both "classic" versions. Oh, and Edie McClurg is great in this one! Welcome cone to "The Next Movie" yall cmon in...rockin soundtrack!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Towler on December 21, 2004
Format: DVD
I may be wrong here....But I remember in the original release of this film, in the part where Cheech is ironing his clothes and waiting for Donna to pick him up, he was singing Ritchie Valens Song, "Donna", he sings "Oh Donna, Oh Donna...", then he gets frustrated and says, "come on b***h!!" Then in the part where the rich girl, (played by Cheech's then wife, "Rikki Marin") is driving the gang back to her house from the guitar store, Hall & Oates was singing "Rich Girl" on the car radio. That said and done, this is still one of my favorite C&C movies. Well worth the price.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cory on February 4, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This movie really is cheech and chongs finest hour. If you are a fan of drug culture then you will appreciate their genius. I have seen their previous and later films and I think this is the funniest by far
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. M. Fuke VINE VOICE on November 30, 2007
Format: DVD
Follow-up films or sequels almost always fall flat. This movie is a hoot, possibly funnier that its predecessor. There are subplots in this movie that add to the humor without demanding viewer attention.

Cheech has a double role as first cousin, Red, who speaks unaccented English. This is an inside joke: Cheech, real name Richard, had to be taught his trademark Chicano accent. Prior to hitting it big on the concert circuit, he spoke very much like Red.

I only wish I had bumped into hippies like Tommy Chong, a simple, uncomplicated, singular-minded pothead. You can trust this guy, whose main ambitions were jamming, friendship, and seeking the ultimate high.

Again,C&C come off as likeable, empathetic souls. I couldn't wait for their next flick. This is a high-quality DVD transfer of a gut-busting funny movie.
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