• Crystal

    ★★★ Watched by Crystal 06 Jul, 2010

    One of the rare comedy sequels that actually works as a follow-up to its predecessor but also as a worthy standalone story on its own.


  • travisteu

    Added by travisteu

    Meh -


  • Alan Heath

    ★★★ Watched by Alan Heath 11 Jan, 2016

    The 2nd film in the Harold and Kumar Trilogy, continuing on from the first they decide to go to Amsterdam, but then find them selfs in trouble after being mistaken for terrorists and then sent to guntanamo bay. Lots of funny moments again but lacking the charm of the first film.


  • Daniel Charchuk

    ★★★ Watched by Daniel Charchuk 04 Oct, 2008

    This is kind of a letdown.

    It's definitely not as sharp or off-beat as the first one, instead going for generic laughs and obvious humour. Rob Corddry's character is most to blame for this; both H&K films flirt with racial stereotypes and openly mock our assumptions, but Corddry is so one-note that there's none of this to be found with his character. He's too harsh of a villain, something the first one didn't need (and indeed was better off without).…


  • Justin

    ★★★ Watched by Justin 20 Dec, 2015

    More of the same but that's not a complaint.


  • Jamie Rogers

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Jamie Rogers 19 Dec, 2015

    Although the cast is still strong, plenty of jokes still work, and it still provokes thought about racial sensitivity, the second Harold & Kumar instalment gets cruder than necessary at times and overall it's consistent over-the-topness makes the films message feel less impactful.


  • Samuel Hunter

    ★★½ Added by Samuel Hunter

    Fairly pointless movie. Although it has it's moments. Not nearly as good as the first movie, but still somewhat hilarious. If this is your type of humor, then go for it. Otherwise, stay away.


  • Rebecca 3: Senior Year

    ★★½ Watched by Rebecca 3: Senior Year 02 Dec, 2015

    no thanks


  • DanStew

    ★★★½ Watched by DanStew 01 Dec, 2015

    Up the social satire AND the poop jokes.

    This is a righteous sequel. It takes everything to the next level, most importantly, the satirization of racial profiling. The first film had it, but not nearly on the level of this. It's actually quite refreshing, with Rob Corddry's performance as a perfect take on the post-9/11 conservative mindset. The film also tackles the maturation of Kumar through his quest for an ex-girlfriend, which culminates in a rather brilliant moment at the…


  • J_o_n_a_t_h_a_n

    ★★★½ Added by J_o_n_a_t_h_a_n

    A worthy sequel


  • Paul Zoccolillo

    ★★★ Watched by Paul Zoccolillo 25 Apr, 2008

    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


  • Gaz Elliott

    ★★★ Watched by Gaz Elliott 24 Sep, 2015

    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.