Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay
Having satisfied their urge for White Castle, Harold and Kumar jump on a plane to catch up with Harold's love interest, who's headed for the Netherlands. But the pair must change their plans when Kumar is accused of being a terrorist. Rob Corddry also stars in this wild comedy sequel that follows the hapless stoners' misadventures as they try to avoid being captured by the Department of Homeland Security.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy
- Stars:David Krumholtz, Beverly D'Angelo, Missi Pyle, Neil Patrick Harris, John Cho, Kal Penn,
- Director:Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, Hayden Schlossberg,
- Writer:Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz (characters), Hayden Schlossberg (characters)
Harold Lee and Kumar Patel set off on a flight to Amsterdam for both the legal weed and to find Maria, Harold's love interest. Being mistaken for terrorists, Harold and Kumar are instead thrown into Guantanamo Bay and end up on a series of comical misadventures when they escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: As much as i dont like LeBron James, this is the greatest Basketball movie. A great story about the Fab Five!
(au) wrote: I love holiday movies!
(br) wrote: Kollegiet (Martin Barnewitz, 2007)Kollegiet, on the other hand (q.v. White review above), would seem to impart to us the lesson that the Occident should not attempt to make Asian horror movies at all. Not that I was really expecting much better from Barnewitz, who was tabbed to direct the (awful) Messengers sequel a couple of years ago, but Kollegiet, released in English-speaking countries under the title Room 205, is so standard that it almost seems as if one of the hackier Asian horror directors (Takashi Shimizu?) wrote a draft of a How to Make an Asian Horror Film for Dummies book, Barnewitz got his hands on a copy before anyone bothered to revise it, and he followed it to the letter. The problem being, of course, that since there's nothing new here, the movie comes off as a pale (pardon the pun) remake of some other generic Asian horror movie you saw a few years ago, but can't quite remember.The movie does have a plot, if a light one: Katrine (After the Wedding's Neel Rnholt), a provincial young woman, goes to college in Copenhagen, looking for something more insteresting than her usual small-town existince. What she finds, unfortunately, is a rather cliquish bunch of kids in her dorm who seem to be led by Sanne (Julie R. ~lgaard, recently of Headhunters). Of course, things get worse when Katrine finds herself attracted to Rolf (Yours Forever's Mikkel Arendt), a former member of the clique (and romantic entanglement for Sanne, of course) who is now outcast. Needless to say, there's a Dark Secret(TM) to be had, and a Vengeful Long-Haired Spirit(TM) who is loosed on the crew as a result of an accident, and...do I need to tell you more? Because you've seen it. Dozens of times, probably, if you're a fan of Asian horror at all. But where even mediocre Asian horror films at least get the basic stuff right"continuity, coherence, a decent amount of atmosphere"Kollegiet expects of its viewers that its existence will be enough. Sadly, it is not. **
(br) wrote: A funny, entertaining movie. Some of the movie was a little boring and for some reason I thought there was goin to be a rape scene by the creepy dude but he just ended up bustin her window. I was glad Americas' role left him at the end.
(fr) wrote: Mmmm... not an objective rating. Definitely hit home and pulled on the heartstrings a bit.
(it) wrote: Interesting story. I actually didn't mind it too much, but thought that Bobby Deol played his role terribly. Urmila and Sunny Deol did well.
(it) wrote: Good film Sean Bean is good in this