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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.
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These just get better and better.
I preferred this over "Goes to White Castle" surprisingly, but only by a little bit. The two films are very enjoyable, very "WTF?", and mindless entertainment which we can all do with when we can't be bothered to think.
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.
Kumar: So you get high and you put other people who smoke weed in jail?
George W. Bush: DUH!
Kumar: That's so hypocritical!
George W. Bush: Oh yeah? Well let me ask you something, Kumar, do you like giving hand jobs?
Kumar: No sir.
George W. Bush: Do you like gettin' hand jobs?
Kumar: Heh, yeah.
George W. Bush: Yeah well, that makes you a fuckin' hypocriticizer too, so shut the fuck up! Now smoke my weed.
Not as good as the first, but still pretty damn hilarious.
better than ''going to white castle'' definitely, but still not better than ''it was okay''
Not as funny as the first, but entertaining enough.
A big-budget shock comedy horribly over-hyped but with some very funny jokes intermingled with stupid 00's random comedy.
I have not seen the first movie, but based on this sequel, I'm not convinced to seek it out. My main distaste for this is due to its political comedy bits. Homeland security, TSA and Guantanamo Bay are used for cheap jokes, and while it is great to target these evil entities I felt unimpressed that the film is actually making any real statement that would convince anyone of the reality of the situation. Instead of satire, it is just vulgar. Rob Coldry is disgusting and unfunny.
Pot, presidents and pubes. This so-so sequel boasts every possible permutation of bush as the Dubya administration mistakenly detains the titular stoners as terrorists. On the lam in Miami, they seek help from rich friend Raza. Sick of "topless hype," he's having a "bottomless" pool party. There are plenty of meticulously sculpted pubic regions to behold.But Raza's unattended manscape bears stronger resemblance to a helpless, drowning dog—or Cousin It with a dick for a nose.
This was actually very funny. The director really kept it moving and kept the jokes funny. There were only a few attempts to rehash (no pun intended!) old jokes from the first movie- although NPH as a joke will never get old... Well done for a sequel!
Late with review, forgot.
8/10: A worthy sequel. Even though i think that the first is better, it's still as good despite having more crude and offensive jokes this time around.
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