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Thursday, November 3, 2011

A Very Harold and Kumar 3-D Christmas

“A very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas “isn’t as pleasant as other comedies. In addition, the movie focuses more on stereotypical attributes of several ethnicities, subliminal messages and religious mockery.
Writers Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and director Todd Strauss-Schulson captures the lives of Harold and Kumar from college through separation to being reunited in adulthood through drugs, sexy scenes and sticky situations.

Fast forwarding from White Castle, Kumar (Kal Penn) has been expelled from medical school due to a dirty urine test. His life went from being a collegiate student to spending the days flying high as a kite. The question at hand is not if he will quit lighting it up but more so when he will take a leap into being responsible.

On the other hand we have Harold (John Cho) who seems obsessed with fitting into the role of the “successful adult”. Harold’s biggest obstacle in this plot is to impress his new father in law. Ironically while Harold avoids Kumar to be seen as more serious, Kumar ends up being the friend he needs to move in that direction.

Guest Star “Doogie Howser” (Neil Patrick Harris) surprisingly makes fun of his sexual orientation.

The 3-D is well utilized and adds much needed effects to the movie as a whole.
This film targets mature adults and is full of chick-a-bum-bum moments, moments of mockery, moments of laughter, but most of all moments of boredom!!!!!

I would save the bang for a $ BUCK $!!!!!!

Review by Kishae

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