Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics Netflix (2020) – Summary and Review. It is directed by Donick Cary. Starring: Nick Offerman, Adam Scott. Let’s rock this first up I would like to say thank you to Netflix for granting me the screener to this new dock oh my god I love to have a good trip adventure in psychedelics.
It’s basically just a compilation of famous people sharing with you their real-life experiences of getting high on acid how cool is that ah that is so awesome and it’s also fun and informative and engaging.
Hope that you like my summary. I mean not a single boring minute I’m more of a weed guy haven’t really tried LSD or mushrooms yet but someday I would like to try them in case I want to write the next masterpiece song that will dwarf John Lennon’s Imagine and kudos to all the celebrities featured on this film for confessing real hard about it the whole thing feels like a story hour but instead of dinosaurs and unicorns.
Its people tripping and hallucinating about dinosaurs and unicorns from writer-director Donnie Carrey have a good trip adventure in psychedelics is a documentary that features comedic tripping stories from a list actors comedians and musicians star-studded reenactments and trippy animation bring their hallucination to life mixing comedy with a thorough investigation of psychedelics. The summary is being liked and watched across the world.
This documentary explores the pros/cons of science history future pop culture impact and cosmic possibilities of hallucinogens can psychedelics have a powerful role in treating depression and addiction are some of the questions brought up in addition to this doc use funny moments featuring Adam Scott Nick Offerman Sarah.
Silverman ASAP rocky Paul Scheer Nick Kroll Rob Corddry and more one of the things that you’ll immediately notice when you watch this documentary is that some of the Talking Heads featured are now dead clearly writer-director Donna Cary. This is a very good summary.
Who previously worked on such shows as Parks and Recreation and the Simpsons obviously he had started doing this project and started doing these interviews a long long time ago because Carrie Fisher and Anthony Bourdain show up here as among the celebrities who share their psychedelic experiences so it’s a little bit bittersweet and heartfelt watching their faces again.
If they’re still around but we the fans are blessed for the fact that before they passed away they got to contribute to this docu and now we know exactly what went through her mind when Princess Leia was high as a kite not all of the reenactments are done in animation.
I hope that you will like this review. I think Donna and his team are pretty wise in selecting which stories can be told through simple SNL type live-action sketches and which stories contain wild crazy descriptors that there’s no other choice but to illustrate them animation style so creative and so on point with the progression of the story.
The celebrity is telling it my favorite segment is actually the first part with musician artist songwriter sting because the man has a way with words the way he breaks it down for you in terms of this worldview on a good trip or bad trip is so well-spoken. It is a nice review.
He sounds like he’s given a lot of beep thoughts about it over the years which actually leads me to the whole point of this whole documentary, yes the stories will crack you up but have a good times objective is also to help you keep an open mind as opposed to the narrow war on drugs just say no era.
This documentary does a great job of debunking old stigmas and making psychedelics appear less scary to audiences who may still have their suspicions due to years of fear-mongering and as I’ve said to you many times we live in a celebrity worship society so what better way to move the needle to move.
The Overton Window positively than to have it be conveyed by familiar stars that you admire and adore I hope to have a good trip can plant that seed for generations to come. I hope that you would like my review.
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This documentary does a great job of debunking old stigmas and making psychedelics appear less scary to audiences who may still have their suspicions due to years of fear-mongering