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Rolling Kansas (2003)

R | | Comedy | 24 January 2003 (USA)
An independent film about a road trip to find a magical forest of marijuana.




Cast overview, first billed only:
James Roday Rodriguez ... Dick Murphy (as James Roday)
Sam Huntington ... Dinkadoo Murphy
Jay Paulson ... Dave Murphy
Charlie Finn ... Kevin Haub
Ryan McDow Ryan McDow ... Hunter Bullette
Rip Torn ... Oldman
Keegan Olmstead ... Young Dinkadoo
Lew Temple ... Bill
C.K. McFarland C.K. McFarland ... State Trooper (as CK McFarland)
Rachel Klein Rachel Klein ... Blush
Hillary Higgins Hillary Higgins ... Honey
Lisa Marie Newmyer ... Satin
Matt Bardocz Matt Bardocz ... Hefty Passenger (as Matthew C. Bardocz)
Brad Leland ... Dot the Waitress
Louanne Stephens ... Lady Customer


An independent film about a road trip to find a magical forest of marijuana.

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Rated R for language, drug content and brief nudity | See all certifications »

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When the boys get stuck in the muddy field, Hunter's condition makes him fall asleep in the trunk and when he does we hear the tires flatten, but when the farmer tows them out they start driving immediately. See more »


Hunter Bullette: My condition caused the accidental rabbit smothering. I said I was sorry.
Dinkadoo Murphy: The only unconditional love I've ever know has been from bunnies. When no else wanted to spend time with a little crippled boy, bunnies would. And now... one of them has had it's flame snuffed out like a candle in the wind.
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Spoofs 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001) See more »


Written by John Brewster, Rick Brewster and Doc Neeson
Performed by The Angels (as Angel City)
Courtesy of Epic Records and Altert Productions [Australia]
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing and J. Albert & Son Pty Ltd. Licensing
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Entertaining, but nothing special
30 September 2004 | by jellyneckrSee all my reviews

Stoner comedies seem like the easiest type of movies to make. All it takes is a decent cast, a bunch of drug jokes, a good soundtrack, and a smattering of crude humor to make at least a somewhat enjoyable stoner comedy. However, as HOW HIGH proved, not all stoner comedies are funny. Some just downright suck. Luckily, ROLLING KANSAS isn't one of them. That's not to say that ROLLING KANSAS is going to be on my list of best stoner comedies any time soon, but it provided enough laughs to keep me entertained throughout its running time. It wasn't hilarious yet it was funnier than I expected it to be since I was expecting it to be really awful. Recommended to fans of the genre.

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24 January 2003 (USA) See more »

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