Get Out Of My Room (1985): A mock documentary filmed mostly in and around LA with interviews of Cheech and Chong interspersed between four videos of songs from their last album.
Next Movie (1980): Cheech and Chong bring their own inimitable style of humour to the screen once again in this riotous comedy. Cheech is a "cool" ladies' man for a big film studio, whilst his spaced-out unemployed friend Chong keeps getting him into trouble. Together they take off on a round of adventures that take them through a movie studio, a massage parlour, a police raid, the living room of a very rich family, and, finally, through the roof. 'Cheech and Chong's Next Movie' is bold, audacious underground fun, where the action never lets up and the laughter never dies.
Born In East L.A. (1987): One-half of the hip comic duo behind such classic albums as Big Bambu and hit movies like Up in Smoke, Richard "Cheech" Marin wrote and directed this film based on his best-selling record parody. In his first solo screen appearance, Marin stars as Rudy Robles, who is accidentally deported to Mexico without I.D. or knowledge of Spanish and cant' convince the U.S. officials to let him return. Unable to contact his vacationing family or communicate with his newly immigrated cousin, Javier * (Paul Rodriguez).