A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
Christmas comes prematurely.
Six years have elapsed since Guantanamo Bay, leaving Harold and Kumar estranged from one another with very different families, friends and lives. But when Kumar arrives on Harold's doorstep during the holiday season with a mysterious package in hand, he inadvertently burns down Harold's father-in-law's beloved Christmas tree. To fix the problem, Harold and Kumar embark on a mission through New York City to find the perfect Christmas tree, once again stumbling into trouble at every single turn.
"I thought you were gay?"
"I am gay! Gay for that PUSSY!"
That's gotta be some of the funniest shit I've ever heard.
Nothing says Christmas like blunts, boobs, and Neil Patrick Harris.
I want all of the above for Christmas, got that St. Nick?
Fast becoming one of my all-time favourite Christmas films.
A great way to kick off December!
A marked improvement over HAROLD AND KUMAR GO TO GUANTANAMO BAY, this excellent second sequel nails the combination of dirty jokes, clever satire, goofy surrealism, and surprising heart that proved so winning in the original film.
It's daring, wildly creative, often painfully funny, and it even (yes, really) functions as a genuinely magical holiday film. Plus, have you really lived until you've seen Danny Trejo ejaculate in 3D? Really?
Honestly, the only thing I don't like about it is the assertion that waffles are better than pancakes. Because, come on. No way.
Maybe I'll try this one again after the new year, when certain laws go into effect in my home state of Colorado. It didn't do anything for me this time around…
Well, I do like the bit with Neil Patrick Harris in his dressing room. That's pretty damn funny!
I oddly enjoy the Harold & Kumar film trilogy, the original being the strongest for sure. A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas is a nice rebound from the hit or miss extremely mediocre Guantanamo Bay sequel, because while this also has it's share of misses in the comedy department, it has more heart and more fun than the previous film.
Also, having Danny Trejo in a Christmas sweater helps.
The countless and shameless 3D shots make watching A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas in 2D feel slightly pointless.
A good time and surprisingly sweet at times. There's some really bizarre things going on here but really, it's just fun to see these guys together again and it was funny enough to make me happy. The 3D seems like it would've been stupid awesome to see.
But so good...
Often hilarious but also often incredibly stupid.
Since we last saw our stoner friends escaping from Guantanamo Bay, Harold and Kumar have drifted apart. Harold (John Cho) is now married and a successful Wall Street type, whilst Kumar (Kal Penn) is content wallowing in his own filth since his girlfriend left him and he was kicked out of medical school. A mysterious package brings the two friends back together and they embark on a quest to find a Christmas tree to appease Harold’s fearsome father in law (Danny Trejo).
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i saw this film completely stoned and still wasnt funny
'they serve pancakes in hell'
'I love you wafflebot'
The most inspired bit of lunacy I've seen in some time.