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‘Kid Cannabis’ on Blu-ray & DVD July 8th!

Kid CannabisBased on a true story, KID CANNABIS debuts on Blu-ray and DVD July 8 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Writer/Director John Stockwell’s (Blue CrushCrazy/Beautiful) true-crime tale is based on a 2005 Rolling Stone article detailing the outlandish saga of an eighteen year old, self-described “loser by legacy” high school dropout and his friend whose lives are changed forever when they start trafficking marijuana across the Canadian border. KID CANNABIS stars Jonathan Daniel Brown (Project X), Kenny Wormald (Footloose), Ron Perlman (Hellboy, TV’s “Sons of Anarchy”), Aaron Yoo (McCanick, TV’s “The Tomorrow People”), John C. McGinley (Alex Cross, TV’s “Scrubs”), Amanda Tapping (TV’s “Supernatural,” “Sanctuary”), Lochlyn Munro (Unforgiven), Christina Cox (Elysium) and Corey Large (Frozen Ground). 

 

“A rollicking tale of border-running teenage pot entrepreneurs …”

~ Neil Genzlinger, THE NEW YORK TIMES

 

“Energetic and involving …” ~ Gary Goldstein, LOS ANGELES TIMES

 

“Chock-full of funny lines and deliciously skewed attitude, this hazy Kid is worth adopting.”

~ David Noh, FILM JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL

KID CANNABIS

Everyone Wants to Be a Kingpin

 

Written & Directed by John Stockwell

Starring Jonathan Daniel Brown, Kenny Wormald & Ron Perlman

 

Debuts on Blu-ray & DVD July 8

Synopsis:

KID CANNABIS is the true story of Nate Norman (Jonathan Daniel Brown), an Idaho teen dropout who builds a multimillion-dollar marijuana ring by partnering with his best friend (Kenny Wormald) and their pals to run drugs across the Canadian border.  Bankrolled by a deadly-serious dope czar (Ron Perlman) and supplied by an ex-government grower (John C. McGinley), Nate’s pursuit of the high life – complete with girls, guns, and vicious rival dealers – may leave this ex-pizza boy in way over his head.

KID CANNABIS has a runtime of approximately 110 minutes and is not rated.

Order Kid Cannabis on Blu-ray!

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Gerard Iribe is a writer/reviewer for Why So Blu?. He has also reviewed for other sites like DVD Talk, Project-Blu, and CHUD, but Why So Blu? is where the heart is. You can follow his incoherency on Twitter: @giribe

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