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Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay
This time they're running from the joint.
Having satisfied their urge for White Castle, Harold and Kumar jump on a plane to catch up with Harold's love interest, who's headed for the Netherlands. But the pair must change their plans when Kumar is accused of being a terrorist. Rob Corddry also stars in this wild comedy sequel that follows the hapless stoners' misadventures as they try to avoid being captured by the Department of Homeland Security.
"Is that grape soda? What the fuck yo?"
Every time I watch this, I tend to find the first half to be just as funny and entertaining as White Castle. But somehow, it seems like the laughs become kind of scattered throughout the second half of the movie, and it begins to feel a bit drawn out overall. Still, a worthwhile sequel of utter ridiculousness and fun involving the hilarious John Cho and Kal Penn.
Movie 1 in Scavenger Hunt #3.
Task #1: A film featuring unicorns!
This movie was ok just like the first movie.
I am not a big fan, but the movie has some funny moments. I especially liked Neil Patrick Harris' and Beverly D'Angelo's cameos.
The chemistry between John Cho and Kal Penn is good and you can feel that they had fun making this.
The movie tries hard to be offensive but it really just seems like harmless fun.
The first half of the movie was the best and the most funny. Towards the end it gets a little drawn out.
MOVIE A DAY FOR A YEAR - DAY 234
These just get better and better.
Not as funny and not as good as the first one, but it's a movie that you can watch when stoned or sick, and it will make you happy.
Slow at the beginning but picks up. There's some pretty racist humor but the racists also look like idiot and get their butts kicked. It was pretty well written too. The acting is good to. Some of the characters get annoying but they are funny too so it evens out. Not the best comedy i've seen but it is good. Worth a watch.
A worthy sequel
the crude yet lovable duo are up to their wild antics albeit with a heavier dose of political humour, not so much original as it is intriguing to see what trouble they could possibly stir up, fans will find the sequel does not harsh their mellow
After the Royals' insane comeback this afternoon, I needed to watch something that required minimal attention to follow.
This adheres to that criteria, I guess.
Well, once you've seen one you've kind of gotta see the others!
As good as the first, it has to be said...& a bottomless party?! Well, it's great idea until the host gets out of the pool.
It is what it is. Without Doogie is might rate 3 stars, but even though NPH is the highlight, I still love the chemistry between these two dopes, and the wacked out imagination that goes into their outlandish adventures. Bush hiding from Cheney cracks me up.
The second Harold and Kumar film, the movie really outdoes its predecessor. The movie has a lot of social commentary hidden between the lines and a great Bush impersonation in the film.
Like the first but worse.
It's ok. It's funny.
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