Saturday, April 26, 2008
Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay
I loved Harold and Kumar go to White Castle. A funny, irreverent stoner movie with a heart. I'm always surprised by how much I enjoy these boys. Their return to the big screen in Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay picks up at the preparations to go to Amsterdam. Things go very badly in transit, and the road trip is on. Ruder and cruder than the first, politically incorrect as it gets, and still very funny. Love still motivates the boys, but be prepared, even the 5 twenty-something guys sitting in front of me were grossed out more than once (as they laughed hysterically). Neil Patrick Harris is a comedic genius. Once again, playing himself as a character, he's offensive as all hell and funny as it gets (stay through the credits if you want to see more of him).