When Kumar burns down Harold’s family Christmas tree on Christmas Eve, the stoner pals set out on a last-minute, pot-fueled quest through Manhattan to find a replacement tree, getting tangled up with mobsters and other shady characters along the way.
Exceedingly stupid, but also exceedingly funny comic romp finds the stoner duo split apart - Harold, now a respectable businessman, and Kumar, who is still an irresponsible stoner. Chaos ensues, however, when Kumar arrives at Harold's house at Christmas with a mysterious package that sets off a chain of increasingly unfortunate events. A gleeful sense of comic anarchy buoys this otherwise ridiculous film.
better than the second, but the first was still the best installment from this trilogy
Surprise: It’s going over pretty damn well. “One of the most earnest and subversive studio releases of the season.”
The Harold & Kumar franchise is beginning to show signs of wear and tear, yet it still packs fun and laughs because of its actors and the lively, upbeat material. That’s not to say the material… read review