Does anybody still believe drugs are actually good
for you? Apparently writer/director/producer Cevin Soling does. Like a relic from the stoned '60s or burned-out '70s, Soling's feature-length collection of 60-odd sketches and bits satirizing the so-called War on Drugs takes potshots at a pretty easy target. Through a nonstop series of fake PSAs, cooking-show spoofs, Sesame Street
parodies and takeoffs on mental-health films, Soling attempts to make a serious point about the U.S. government's ongoing battle against the use and sale of illicit drugs, and the point he tries to make is legitimate. Civil rights and hundreds of millions of tax dollars are th...