Enter the Green Galactic: Films Featuring Weed, Extraterrestrial Encounters

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Did you hear we kinda-sorta-but-almost-definitely confirmed aliens exist? In case the hellscape that is human existence pulled your attention from the big news, let’s catch up: 

Last week saw retired Air Force Major David Grusch and two other intelligence community members deliver shocking, highly anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill. During his testimony in front of a House oversight subcommittee on national security, Grusch claimed the Pentagon operates a decades-old program that retrieves and reverse engineers alien vehicles. 

During one interesting exchange, Grusch and pro-pot reform Rep. Nancy Mace exchanged a back-and-forth regarding the U.S. making contact with intelligent extraterrestrials. Grusch could not respond in public, but confirmed a follow up question regarding recovered bodies from crashed UFOs. 

“Biologics came with some of these recoveries, yeah,” claimed Grusch.

The Pentagon denies operating a program centered on unidentified flying objects, or the Fed’s recent terminology of choice, unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP). The U.S. now uses UAP instead of UFO.

So now that we’re all caught up, let’s dive into what’s truly important: Movies that have weed and aliens in them. Here’s a list of ET420 films you can enjoy:

Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)

Dude, Where’s My Car is a memorably dumb comedy featuring Ashton Kutcher and Sean William Scott as Jesse and Chester, two stoner buddies searching for their car after a night of partying. 

To find their car, they’ll need to remember what happened during their blackout, and who joined them along the way. One of those groups is an outer space cult and two sets of aliens hellbent on recovering an interstellar device of significant importance, the Continuum Transfunctioner. 

The film can be fun in a moronic sort of way. But as a late 90s produced movie full of …

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Author: Andrew Ward / High Times

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