A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

DVD - 2012
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Following years of growing apart, Harold Lee and Kumar Patel have replaced each other with new friends and are preparing for their respective Yuletide celebrations. But when a mysterious package mistakenly arrive at Kumar's door on Christmas Eve, his attempts to redirect it to Harold's house ends with the 'high grade' contents, and Harold's father-in-law's prize Christmas tree, going up in smoke.
Publisher: [United States] : New Line Home Video, [2012], c2011
Edition: Rental ed
Branch Call Number: DVD COMEDY Ver
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Dec 11, 2018

Bad, mad and dangerous to know, Harold and Kumar. Their side kicks often end up messed up. Harold and Kumar are always funny and the Christmas movie is my favorite. Not for family viewing.

Feb 25, 2014

If you have viewed and enjoyed any of the previous Harold and Kumar films your in for a treat. This new installment of the Harold and Kumar series maintains the same comic feel as the others but better. This film is mostly more offensive and outrageous in every way, the movie never seems distasteful or over the top, maintaining a perfect balance of humor and sensibility. The story is classic Harold and Kumar, and the comedy finds a comfortable level of sarcasm and just over the top jokes. There are some terribly funny parts in this film that may have you gasping for air, however there are also some scenes that seem strangely distasteful. Personally I believe this film is great, and would watch it many times over, but if you are looking for a more serious story-heavy movie this film is not for you. The first installment in the Harold and Kumar series will always stand as one of my favorite comedies films of all time, as it will still makes me laugh no matter how many years pass. I can put this along with the first without a doubt. However this film is not suitable for all audiences as it requires a more adult sense of humor, young children should not be watching this. If you were to decided to pick this film up I recommend not watching it with a parent unless your really open with each other as it may become awkward during some scenes of nudity or even offensive at some point. However this film is perfect if your planning to watch it with some friends and have a good laugh.

Mar 22, 2013

Pretty funny continuation of this series. Certainly would have been a bit more fun and silly in 3D. Lots of funny jokes, while dirty, it isn't so over the top that you feel sick or anything. I think the other 2 movies might be a bit funnier, but the plot is fine in this one and I hope they make more.

SilkyNara Mar 16, 2013

These modern day Cheech & Chong
tricksters do it for me. Mindless drug and genitalia jokes galore.

Dec 15, 2012

This movie is probably the most tasteless and thrown-together of the series...but nonetheless, it made me laugh on numerous occasions. Not for younger audiences or those looking for a more traditional Xmas flick, though, so if you haven't seen either H&K Go to Whitecastle or Escape from Guantanamo Bay yet give this one the miss.

Monuu Dec 08, 2012

Sooo funny. Harold and Kumar never let me down. I never thought that making fun of Christmas could be so funny. Hope they make a fourth movie.

Oct 30, 2012


kevfarley Oct 25, 2012

Great fun !

Amandatoryrant Aug 02, 2012

Very disappointing. The first movie was good the Guantanamo political stuff in the second movie was inspired, but this one is lousy. Reminiscent of when Cheech & Chong turned to crap. Hope these two talented actors come up with other characters and new projects outside of this series.

Unclose Jul 16, 2012

Think payday. Think hype.

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