After years of success as part of the comedy team Cheech and Chong, Tommy Chong goes it alone with this film, and as bad as FAR OUT MAN is cinematically, it's still not entirely unwatchable. Chong is a tremendously untalented filmmaker, but at least he knows that's the case (indeed the
opening credit reads "A Tommy Chong Attempt"), and his first solo project is charmingly unpretentious. All those involved with the project (the cast seems to include the entire Chong family) are seemingly unaware that they are making a major film, and the result is a sloppy but oddly refreshing
FAR OUT MAN tells the story of a hippie (played by Chong) who, although incredi...