On the plane, Kumar lights up his new bong, the air marshals think it's a bomb, and Harold and Kumar are arrested as terrorists and sent to Guantanamo Bay. There are a lot of cameos here as well, mostly from people that we saw in the original. To have the fortitude to do the airplane scene with Kumar laughing in his Taliban garb motioning a crashing airport is not something to tread with lightly. Playing themselves in either stereotypical ways or as the butt of a racial joke, it's good to see them have a sense of humor. Oh, and did I mention Neil Patrick Harris? Ordered to fellate a guard, they manage to escape, make their way to Florida, and head for Texas to find Kumar's ex-girlfriend's fiancé, the well-connected Colton, and get him to intercede with Washington on their behalf.
After making an amazing escape, Harold and Kumar flee to Texas by way of Florida, where they hope to convince Harold's well-connected friend Eric Winter to help them out of their predicament. After making an amazing escape, Harold and Kumar flee to Texas by way of Florida, where they hope to convince Harold's well-connected friend Eric Winter to help them out of their predicament. 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. To get all the principals back for a second go round of a film that did no bank at the box office is quite the feat. Surprisingly, though, that scene, amongst others, is actually pretty well done.
When else can you see a nod to the classics like The Goonies done so well? She is, however, involved in probably my favorite scene of the filma flashback on how she meets Kumar and shows him the world of narcotics. The morning they return from their White Castle road trip, Harold and Kumar decide to go to Amsterdam because Harold doesn't want to wait ten days to see Maria again. Writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, also serving as directors this time around, have upped the ante like the sequel cliché goes. The problem is, Harold's pal is about to marry Kumar's ex-sweetie Danneel Harris. But the pair must change their plans when Kumar is accused of being a terrorist.
While that is probably another discussion for another time, at least this broad comedy has enough cultural value to realize it and put it into the minds of college kids for whom the film targets. Want to know what the movie's about? It is a fantastic sequence helping to align his brains with the lifestyle he has begun to live in and there is a brilliant cameo by Harold that brought the house down. Vanessa is well played by the attractive Danneel Harris in a role that doesn't get much screen time. Ordered to fellate a guard, they manage to escape, make their way to Florida, and head for Texas to find Kumar's ex-girlfriend's fiancé, the well-connected Colton, and get him to intercede with Washington on their behalf. Of course the movie would be nothing without John Cho and Kal Penn, the titular characters respectively. If only everyone in real life could have that attitude they wouldn't be cultivating racism by the sheer fact they accuse everyone of it.
The morning they return from their White Castle road trip, Harold and Kumar decide to go to Amsterdam because Harold doesn't want to wait ten days to see Maria again. Being that she is about to marry an aspiring politician, the inclusion not only plays into the need of a love interest, Maria is still in Amsterdam, and of course we all know the boys don't make it off the plane to see her , but also into the ability to bring the government in through his connections. Kumar still has a thing for Vanessa, the feds are in hot pursuit, and the legal weed of Amsterdam seems a long way away. I know I didn't have that much faith. After being mistaken for terrorists and thrown into Guantánamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the U. To add a little spice to the mix, we do get introduced to a new character, Vanessa, an old flame of Kumar's.
When you put in an actor to play someone like George W. If nothing else this film should be credited for finally having the guts to poke fun at the tragedy of 9-11. There is more nudity, with a bottomless party, how could there not? When your goal is to bring the funny and there are times in the theatre when one can't hear the next line because of uproarious laughter, you know success is yours. It definitely isn't pretty, bodily fluids flow freely, but the laughs never cease. Kumar still has a thing for Vanessa, the feds are in hot pursuit, and the legal weed of Amsterdam seems a long way away. The film begins right where the first left off and everyone is still in the same frame of mind.
It's been so long and I think that humor is necessary for any sort of healing process. Searching for a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or watch the Jon Hurwitz-directed movie via subscription can be a huge pain, so we here at Moviefone want to do right by you. The beauty of this film is the amount of fun you know these guys are having. People could badmouth this effort very easily for many reasons, most obvious is the fact that it is pretty much the exact same film as the first. This is their film and they do not disappoint, right until the end credits. Bush, it can backfire and go completely awry.
. Their rapport is fully intact and the shenanigans they get into are the impetus of the story. Yet, there were very few instances where I wasn't laughing let alone smiling at the proceedings. The ineptitude of the American government is portrayed oftenand actor Rob Corddry is the worst part of the film spearheading that aspect; I just don't like his schtickyet there is always someone there to play the other side Roger Bart and show that while they know there are mistakes, they aren't a bunch of buffoons going around willy-nilly. 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. Hurwitz and Schlossberg decided to go pedal to the metal with this film and they never make a compromise, kudos to them for that. My biggest concern going in was with the war on terrorism satire that the trailers tried so hard to get across.
After the high-flying stoners Kal Penn, John Cho try to smuggle a bong aboard a flight to Amsterdam, the two find themselves in jail on charges of terrorism. Storyline: Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay. Well that must be because he is so brilliant words can't even describe. Being on the cusp of even having the President attend his wedding, who better to go to for help in absolving their terrorist accusations? On the plane, Kumar lights up his new bong, the air marshals think it's a bomb, and Harold and Kumar are arrested as terrorists and sent to Guantanamo Bay. What a conclusion to his arc, just fantastic.
The problem is, Harold's pal is about to marry Kumar's ex-sweetie Danneel Harris. . . . . .