Q: What’s the movie about?
A: Harold & Kumar (John Cho & Kal Penn) are no longer friends because Harold is married and has decided that Kumar's friendship is trouble. Now Harold needs to find a 12 foot Christmas tree to appease his father-in-law (Danny Trejo), and Kumar still loves him enough to help him, despite the fact that Harold has become a stuck-up douchebag.
Q: Who’s in the movie?
A: Kal Penn, John Cho, Danny Trejo, Thomas Lennon, Amir Blumenfeld, Paula Garces, Elias Koteas, Jordan Hinson, Patton Oswalt, Bobby Lee, Ashley Coss, Chloe Coss, Hannah Coss, RZA, Da'Vone McDonald, Yasen Peyankov, John Hoogenakker, Eddie Kaye Thomas, David Krumholtz, Neil Patrick Harris, Daneel Ackles, Bennett Saltzman, Jake M. Johnson, Richard Riehle
Q: Is this movie worth the price of admission?
A: Proceed with Caution. It's wacky, but not in a clever way. The most interesting thing is the weird ways in which they attempt to use the 3D psychedelically. But I still hate 3D. First it makes me dizzy, and then it puts me to sleep.
Q: Will this movie make me laugh?
A: The funniest parts are around a baby's first drug trips, so that's bound to be really unfunny to parents-- mostly because parents have no sense of humor about how kids do the darndest things!
Q: Will this movie make me cry?
A: Actually, it is sort of depressing at the beginning, when you see these two best friends who no longer talk. Why do people who get married think they're so much better than those who don't? Have they forgotten that over 50% of marriages end in divorce? Do they think they're unsusceptible to that statistic? Seriously married people, get off your high horses, and respect those people who were there for you when you were just a lonely loser, you may need them again sooner than you think.
Q: Will this movie be up for any awards?
A: Despite Your Highness's best efforts, this one takes the award for longest penis.
Q: How is the Acting?
A: Even after his hiatus to work in the White House, Kal Penn has not forgotten how to act and be charming. A few others start to break out in some of the miniscule roles, allowing you to picture them in bigger parts in future movies, including Jake Johnson of The New Girl, Bobby Lee of Mad TV, and Amir Blumenfeld of pretty much nothing.
Q: How is the Directing?
A: The 3D effects are noticeable, especially when you consider that Todd Strauss-Schluson is essentially a first time feature director. Aside from those, it could have been directed by anybody.
Q: How is the story/script?
A: I just wish that Harold & Kumar had rekindled their friendship earlier on, because while the plot is clearly meant to be about the rekindling, the script is missing the love that used to be the reason Harold would put up with or go along with all of Kumar's hijinks. Without the love, it's just one character annoying another, and that's not funny. It's sad.
Q: Where can I see the trailer?
A: A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas
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