Prepare for Harold and Kumar craziness. Their ultra-crude and over the top inappropriate humor is back, but this time with a Christmas theme.
It’s been six years since their Guantanemo Bay incident. Harold and Kumar have become estranged, as they are from completely different families, and live completely different lifestyles.
Kumar randomly shows up at Harold’s family’s house, with a mysterious package, and mistakenly burns down Harold’s father-in-law’s beloved Christmas tree. It’s then up to Harold and Kumar to scour New York City to find the perfect Christmas tree. Let the madness begin.
The movie’s premise is simple. Not like that outrageous escaping from a maximum security prison and sneaking back into the US to prove their innocence. They just need to find a perfect Christmas tree.
It’s filled with raunchy comedy that is both morally and incredibly politically incorrect, and the best part, Neil Patrick Harris is back with his usual role, the absolutely out of hand ladies man. To top it all off, it’s all in 3D. This is the best movie that you will see that will require a shower afterward. Seriously, you’ll feel dirty, or like you did something wrong, and that’s why we loved it.
G.I.A. Rating: 7/10
MPAA Rating: R
Runtime: 90 Minutes