Pineapple Express

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  • Trailer for Pineapple Express
  • Clip: What's with the suit

Movie Info & Cast


A process server and his marijuana dealer wind up on the run from hitmen and a corrupt police officer after he witnesses his dealer's boss murder a competitor while trying to serve papers on him.


  • Seth Rogen
  • James Franco
  • Danny McBride
  • Kevin Corrigan
  • Craig Robinson
  • Gary Cole
  • Rosie Perez
  • Ed Begley Jr.
  • Nora Dunn
  • Amber Heard

Did You Know?


  • During a July 2008 interview with the Orange County Register about this movie, the interviewer told Seth Rogen and James Franco that he prepared for the interview by watching the classic stoner comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) the night before. When he asked Rogen and Franco if they prepared likewise before making this film, Franco said he prepared by making out with Spicoli (a reference to his having shot Milk (2008), in which he and Sean Penn play lovers).
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  • The foot-hole in the windshield suddenly, inexplicably, changes sizes from small and jagged, to larger and more rounded.
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    • Ted Jones: Has anyone seen my bigger knife?
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It's with that action aspect that Pineapple Express differs from Apatow's previous production output, and though, the words taut and pulse-pounding would never apply, the giddily over-the-top fight sequences, choreographed by veteran stunt coordinator Gary Hymes, handily compensate for the lag time.

Metacritic review by Michael Rechtshaffen
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter

Probably the most artful of the Apatow Factory comedies so far, but that's not to suggest it doesn't take being sweetly dumb just as seriously as the rest.

Metacritic review by Bob Mondello
Bob Mondello

You'll go limp from laughing.

Metacritic review by Peter Travers
Peter Travers
Rolling Stone