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Have a Good Trip (2020)

Mixing comedy with a thorough investigation of psychedelics, 'Have a Good Trip' explores the pros, cons, science, history, future, pop cultural impact, and cosmic possibilities of hallucinogens.

IMDB: 6.80 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Documentary
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 790.62M
  • Resolution: 1280*714 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 85
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 9

The Synopsis for Have a Good Trip (2020) 720p

Mixing comedy with a thorough investigation of psychedelics, 'Have a Good Trip' explores the pros, cons, science, history, future, pop cultural impact, and cosmic possibilities of hallucinogens.


The Director and Players for Have a Good Trip (2020) 720p

[Director]Donick Cary
[Role:]Sting
[Role:]Nick Offerman
[Role:]Bill Kreutzmann
[Role:]ASAP Rocky


The Reviews for Have a Good Trip (2020) 720p


Brought back memoriesReviewed byrichardkiddleVote: 8/10

As someone who dabbled back in the day this was an amusing & entertaining watch. It is bitter sweet to see the late Carrie Fisher and Anthony Bourdain recount their experiences. Saying that they lived a fuller life than most by the looks of things.It's a fun watch if you've been there.

Entertaining and Even InformativeReviewed bycaramia2002Vote: 8/10

While this doc isn't a sober and scientific look at psychedelics, it fulfills some of that in a good way. It uses comedy and satire to make its points. If you are looking for serious information about them, then look elsewhere. While there are some facts here, this doc uses mostly tripping anecdotes from famous people, but also includes a psychotherapist and Deepak Chopra (not an expert on anything, IMO, and the one low point of this doc). It satirizes ridiculous 60s & 70s anti-drug movies and propaganda by winding an LSD After School Special throughout the film, which is as original as these things can be, and very humorous.

The filmmakers are careful not to proselytize psychedelics, although they come close, but the "it's not for everyone" warnings are here, as well as the usual "set and setting" importance. There is emphasis on psychedelics not being the "usual" drug you use to escape, but an internal "trip" in every sense of the word, with planning and intent necessary.

Even though the release date of this is shown as 2020 and "new" by Netflix, Carrie Fisher and Anthony Bourdain are both in it. She died in 2016 and Bourdain in 2018. Fisher is really funny, as always, and one of the high points of the interviews. Bourdain just looks depressed, which begs the question of why he was left in this doc. Kind of bad taste, due to the manner of his passing, and affected my rating a little.

I think the audience for this is probably people who have experience with psychedelics. Otherwise it will have little meaning. I've had most of the experiences chronicled here, including the cliche "McDonald's trip" (I didn't know it was a 'thing'!). Odd to see Sting in a somewhat reflective, very personal state, although psychedelics no doubt have a huge job making a dent in *his* ego. So kind of ironic interviewing him for this doc. The other people are entertaining and usually funny.

The animation is very well done and the pacing very good. I have done a lot of psychedelics and was mostly a "seeker" with the intent to learn from psychedelics, as are most of the people in this doc. If you are so serious as to be offended by a comedic look at psychedelics...yeow. You have GOT to have a sense of humor while tripping!

Pointless and not entertainingReviewed bydierregiVote: 1/10

I failed to see what was the purpose of this "documentary" or whatever it's supposed to be.

It starts with the usual cheap gimmicky introduction with fragments of old, B&W documentaries about the effects of LSD, just to take the piss out of the warnings against hallucinogenic drugs.

Then it continues with snappy comments from a few celebrities and a lot of second rate comedians about how swell it is to use drugs.

In Chapter one, Sting narrates a lengthy story about his LSD use, illustrated by childish animation.

The rest of the "documentary" follows the same format. The best known celebrities, such as Ben Stiller and Sarah Silverman gushes on about how great peyote and LSD are, echoed by the choir of minor celebrities, all smug and complacent druggies.

Among the enthusiastic drug testimonials are Carrie Fisher and Anthony Bourdin, not the best poster people for drug use, since they both passed away untimely, in unpleasant and self-inflicted ways.

I was expecting something more informative and/or historical about drug use, instead of this manual on "how great it is to expand the doors of perception" endorsed by show people who certainly can get the best - and most expensive- drugs available and not cheap and dangerous products from the street.

Weird, silly, uninformative, dumbed down pop product for a generation with the attention span of a fly and the sophistication of an illiterate teenager.

In a word, your typical Netflix "original" product, the HQ of dumbed down, oversimplified, stereotypical, politically uber-correct TV trashy entertainment.

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