When the new season begins on January 6, “Stoners” will likely be one of the most talked about films of the year.
It was one of a handful of nominees that made the cut for the first time this year.
But “Sons of Anarchy,” the cult classic comedy from creator Kurt Sutter, may be the biggest sleeper hit of 2017.
With a total of more than 1.5 million nominations and counting, “Dirty Jobs” will easily have topped “Sstoners” as the biggest animated feature of all time.
That is a huge honor, considering the movie didn’t even exist when “Soons” premiered.
The movie is set in an alternate timeline where a bunch of gangsters have just come back from a prison break and are in a shootout with a police officer who’s trying to get them to stop.
The cops are being aided by an FBI agent named Billy (Chris Colfer) who helps out a couple of gang members by getting them high and helping them get the money they need to get back to the real world.
And this is where things get interesting.
In a prequel, the FBI agent tries to make it look like the gang members are not dead.
Instead, they are in jail and are being held in the state’s most notorious jail, The Old Man’s Cabin.
Billy goes undercover to get a better understanding of the gang, but he ends up accidentally killing two gang members.
He tries to put them back together but they are both dead.
So, Billy sets out to find the real killers, only to discover that they are all alive.
In fact, the movie is a very faithful recreation of the original gangster saga that was set in New York City in the early 1960s.
The film was directed by David Wain (the original “Dukes of Hazzard”) and written by Adam Horowitz.
It also stars Aaron Paul as Billy, Chris Colfer as Billy’s former partner, James Badge Dale as a prison guard, Rami Malek as a cop trying to bring the gang back to life, and Olivia Wilde as the lead singer of a rock band.
The plot follows a group of friends who are trying to return to the city where they first got together and get back their music career.
This group of people is led by Billy and his friends, but when Billy finds out that the gang leader, Big Daddy (R.
Kelly), is also the leader of the real killer, the gang realizes that they need help from the FBI.
So when a prison worker, Jesse (Josh Brolin), breaks into a gang member’s house and breaks his heart, Billy is called in to investigate.
After he finds out about the real Killer and the gang’s new leader, Billy must find out who he is and who the real criminal is.
The plot begins in the city of New York.