Reviews and Problems with A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
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A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas
12 February 2012
Excerpt: About a year ago, I was channel surfing and came across Harold and Kumar go to White Castle . I remember when this movie first came out and had dismissed it as a teen comedy that I’d have no interest in.
Excerpt: Claymation penis, pot smoke rings, and bloody teeth. Welcome to 3D in 2012 Hollywood, the Harold & Kumar franchise bringing a record setting flair for class into another dimension. Well, actually, that should be “crass.” It’s so easy to get those confused with a movie like this.
Conclusion: It may not be Christmas (yet), but don't wait until next December to spend some time with A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas . It's as hit-or-miss as every other Harold & Kumar movie, and the 2D version isn't nearly as funny as its 3D partner in crime, but with the 3D edition in your hands, there's no...
Conclusion: 'A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas' is a hilarious film that crudely and lovingly takes its place in the Christmas film genre. It's up to you as to whether or not you think it'll ever be a Classic, but for my money, it's pretty close.
Conclusion: It may not be Christmas (yet), but don't wait until next December to spend some time with A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas . It's as hit-or-miss as every other Harold & Kumar movie, and the 2D version isn't nearly as funny as the film's 3D laugh riot, but don't let any of that keep you away.
Summary: For me, this was the best "Harold & Kumar" film yet. Unfortunately, that doesn't say enough because the film still comes off as too juvenile in its humor to have pleased this adult for very long.
Excerpt: Following hot on the heels of the delightful Arthur Christmas comes the gloriously filthy and un-PC A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas . Picking up six years after we witnessed our favourite stoners escape from Guatanamo Bay, Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) have drifted apart; the former is...