Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
In the year's funniest comedy, two guys on a quest to satisfy their cravings for burgers find themselves on a hilarious all-night adventure as they run into one screwy obstacle after another.
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Extremely silly and vulgar comedy with some clever humor.
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Fresh: This gonzo ganja comedy is propelled more by sly charm, sharp wit and stinging social satire than by mere smoke jokes.
- Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle, Friday, July 30, 2004
Rotten: Has enough laughs and misadventures to satisfy its built-in audience, but it won't win any converts.
- Carla Meyer, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, July 30, 2004
Fresh: You'll laugh, you'll laugh, and you'll laugh%u2014especially if you see the movie in the cannabis enhanced glaze that the filmmakers intend.
- Cole Smithey, ColeSmithey.com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
I actually think this is a pretty funny movie and one of the better stoner oriented movies. Much like Dude, Where's My Car?, this knows exactly what it is and doesn't pretend to be the smartest or cutting edge comedy. It definitely has a lot of laughs and the craziness of some scenes are really memorable.
- ythelastman89, Friday, May 28, 2010
Hilarious and ridiculous stoner comedy that succeeds by not only being consistently funny, but also smart, witty, and not devoid of substance. Having a Korean American and an Indian American as the heroes of a stoner comedy is refreshing. It's great to see a movie that touches on issues of identity from these viewpoints, and it's even better that it's done with humor. Even though it is one of the many movies to use the trope where the journey is more important than the destination, I'm a huge fan of those types of movies, as well as that belief in general. Even in my own life I see the journey being more important than the destination. This is a great movie that I highly reccomend. And to think, it's all about identity and perceptions of stereotypes, but it's guided by the simple premise of two stoners whose simple trip to deal with the munchies turns into an overblown madcap adventure that involves all sorts of ridiculous situations and colorful characters. That's something awesome, right there.
- cosmo313, Sunday, July 15, 2012