Oh, Harold and Kumar, how far you have fallen. At startup, viewers can skip a couple of 2D trailers before seeing a 3D main menu still with music. No crackles or mic distortions were noted. Let's hide in that tree. Extended Scene: 00:18:44 Kumar has Adrian drive him to Harold's house.
The annoying 3D gimmick probably caused much frustration as well. Harold and Kumar run for their lives and get hit by an arab taxi driver when they do not pay attention for a moment. Perez decides to stay at Harold and Maria's house for Christmas. The duo endure several misadventures on their way to Texas, such as staying at the home of an incestuous sibling couple and their inbred son, escaping a rally, and visiting a brothel with , who helps them evade capture from Fox. On their way they will encounter many obstacles including a raccoon, a racist officer, and a horny Neil Patrick Harris. He has not seen hin for two years, a short part of the dialog is missing. He's grown up, and even has a new adult friend in the form of his whipped neighbor, Todd Tom Lennon of 'Reno 911'.
But he accidentally loses his footing, opens a door and falls to his death. If the Hope and Crosby films seem at times a little stale to modern eyes, newer road films, including everything from Plains, Trains and Automobiles to Midnight Run have proven the genre is alive and kicking. John in the wake of a tragic car accident. A comparison of the two versions suggests that it would probably have received the same rating. With Josh Hartnett, Michael Imperioli and Christiana Clark.
If you watch this one on Blu-ray 3D, watch it only for the somewhat humorous self-referential 3D gags. As with the bulk of the film, this segment lasts just barely long enough to get one or two zingers in, and then we're off on yet another breathless section. A short part of the conversation is missing. The duo encounter Kumar's ex-girlfriend Vanessa Fanning, who is engaged to Colton Graham, a college friend of Harold's whose family has political connections. A few of the action sequences also come with clear discrete effects and good panning, but they're not always convincing. Harris reveals that he did die but kicked him out of. Instead, it's a phoned-in, poorly shot effort that boasts a few laughs but no more than your usual direct-to-video effort, and that's a shame.
When they tell them about their christmas tree problem, Rosenberg notices that he does not understand the tree issue and starts swearing. Often just a raised eyebrow on the part of Kumar, as he can't believe yet another one of Harold's straitlaced idiocies, is enough to provoke giggles. The last time you hit on a chick, you had to ask for her beeper number. A raunchy and religiously incorrect roller coaster ride for the very open-minded, not to be mistaken for one of those traditional, sentimental Christmas yarns. The women then cover themselves after noticing the campus police. But even though it may not have lived up to the previous ones, Harold and Kumar prove once again that as far as epic stoner comedies go, they can't be beat. Also, I would say the Extended Cut is pretty much the same movie as the Theatrical Version.
Harold and Kumar rekindle their friendship, Kumar and Vanessa rekindle their romance, and Kumar tells Vanessa that he will re-take the exams to become a doctor for the sake of their child. Perez, who does not like Harold, also brings over his prized that he has been growing for eight years, and gives Harold a short lecture about the tree's importance. Reverential biopic explores the on and off screen personas of the legendary actress via snippets of film footage as well as revealing conversations with her friends and colleagues like Peter Lindbergh, Paul Auster and Juergen Teller. The pair's journey across New York City to find a replacement tree threatens to blow Christmas Eve sky-high. After all, with a film as sloppy and frustrating as this, it's unlikely Harold and Kumar will ride again, at least not in the near future. And thankfully, the 3D Blu-ray arrives with one of the best presentations of the format although the unrated cut would have been to have as well. You didn't go to the bathroom, did you? Bottom line - this is a good movie that actually delivers the laughs.
Never before has the search for a 12-foot Douglas Fir Christmas tree been this much fun, and it's pretty much all thanks to the way the movie was shot. A number of very funny supporting turns also aids and abets the stars in their journey to a New Jersey White Castle. Extended Scene: 01:26:35 Adrian was also invited to the Christmas party and tries to make some money by renting the toilet to homeless people. Proudly Latrell presents their latest work. Check out our where we pick a few more stoner films streaming on-demand. A woman sits on a bed wearing a T-shirt that reveals cleavage and shorts that show bare legs.
Evincing two very believable minority characters with very different backgrounds, approaches to life, and types of reactions make this film continually funny even when the writing is not particularly inspired. The it's exactly what it looks like. By many accounts, shooting in the format is a major pain in the rump. The two make their way to Harold's house to put up the tree, but end up being kidnapped by two of Katsov's men, and are saved by Wafflebot. Filming took place in , , then and from June to August 2010, with the use of Genesis and Element Technica 3D Rig. While these knockoffs might make it easy for folks who hate reading subtitles, that demographic might be better off watching a dubbed version of a sleeper than a watered-down imitation lacking sophistication and charm.