Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics

Sting, A$AP Rocky, Ben Stiller and Sarah Silverman are just some of the many celebrities who share their experiences using psychedelic drugs in this documentary that animates their mind-bending trips.

2020Rating: 1885 minsUSA
Documentary

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Stuff

Stuff

press

Don't come to Have a Good Trip looking for answers, or even much information about psychedelics. But it is a friendly, entertaining and likeably brief collection of yarns and recollections.

3.0
Associated Press

Associated Press

press

Wasted but not in a good way.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

With no real thesis or through-line, the movie winds up being little more than a series of revue-style blackout sketches, lengthy digressions and dead ends.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Exploring mostly good trips but also exhibiting a healthy interest in the bad ones, the film touches on big themes: the rituals, ancient and newfangled, of psychedelic use; its sensuous joys and terrors; the spiritual breakthroughs that can be healing in the moment or truly life-changing. Cary's mildly diverting film certainly doesn't fall into the latter category; it feels transitory even while it's unspooling.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

Cary has the good sense to cap this compilation of interviews with drug-friendly celebrities at under an hour and a half, and to fill that time with an array of colorful A-listers united by their exceptional talents for storytelling.

Variety

Variety

press

Cary’s slick, starry and breezy pet project only reaches the 75-minute point before amply-padded final credits commence.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

There’s plenty of room for a movie that tries to destigmatize psychedelics but this slapdash effort seriously overestimates the value (entertainment or otherwise) in listening to famous people talk about staring at their hands.

Stuff

Stuff

press

Don't come to Have a Good Trip looking for answers, or even much information about psychedelics. But it is a friendly, entertaining and likeably brief collection of yarns and recollections.

3.0
Associated Press

Associated Press

press

Wasted but not in a good way.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

With no real thesis or through-line, the movie winds up being little more than a series of revue-style blackout sketches, lengthy digressions and dead ends.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Exploring mostly good trips but also exhibiting a healthy interest in the bad ones, the film touches on big themes: the rituals, ancient and newfangled, of psychedelic use; its sensuous joys and terrors; the spiritual breakthroughs that can be healing in the moment or truly life-changing. Cary's mildly diverting film certainly doesn't fall into the latter category; it feels transitory even while it's unspooling.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

Cary has the good sense to cap this compilation of interviews with drug-friendly celebrities at under an hour and a half, and to fill that time with an array of colorful A-listers united by their exceptional talents for storytelling.

Variety

Variety

press

Cary’s slick, starry and breezy pet project only reaches the 75-minute point before amply-padded final credits commence.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

There’s plenty of room for a movie that tries to destigmatize psychedelics but this slapdash effort seriously overestimates the value (entertainment or otherwise) in listening to famous people talk about staring at their hands.

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