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The Best Documentaries To Watch Stoned

Updated April 19, 2019 495 votes 130 voters 12.9k views20 items

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Indulging in marijuana can leave you a little more interested in the world than usual, which may lead you to wonder what to watch high to help take advantage of your newfound sense of awe. Wonder no more, stoned sage! Here, you'll find a list of killer documentaries to watch stoned.

These films are visually stunning and cover inherently interesting topics. From the origins of our universe to the oldest human paintings ever discovered, you're bound to be even more captivated by the subject material in your enhanced state.  These documentary movies to watch on marijuana are full of mind-bending facts and fascinating people, made all the more interesting with the help of marijuna.

Be sure and cast your vote to help other mildly mind-altered movie lovers pick out what to watch stoned! See any great docs you think are missing? Feel free to add them below. Then check out which nature shows you can binge while partaking.

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    The Legend Of 420

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    • Released: 2017
    • Directed by: Peter Spirer
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    How The Universe Works

    Video: YouTube
    • Released: 2010
    • Directed by: Discovery Channel
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    Grass is Greener is a 2019 American documentary film directed by Fab 5 Freddy. A documentary about America's relationship with cannabis....  more
    • Actors: Snoop Dogg, B-Real, Damian Marley
    • Released: 2019
    • Directed by: Fab 5 Freddy
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    The Endless Summer is a seminal 1966 surf movie. Filmmaker/narrator Bruce Brown follows two surfers, Mike Hynson and Robert August, on a surfing trip around the world. Despite the balmy climate of their native California, cold ocean currents make local beaches inhospitable during the winter. They, with Rodney Sumpter and Nat Young, travel to the coasts of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Tahiti and Hawaii in a quest for new surf spots and introduce locals to the sport. Other important surfers of the time, such as Miki Dora, Phil Edwards and Butch Van Artsdalen, also appear. Its title comes from the idea, expressed at both the beginning and end of the film, that if one had enough time...  more
    • Actors: Bruce Brown, Miki Dora, Robert August, Michael Hynson, Wayne Miyata
    • Released: 1966
    • Directed by: Bruce Brown
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