Christmas gets green as pot-smoking pals Harold and Kumar reunite for a hilariously hazy holiday adventure set six years after the events of the previous film. It's been a long time since Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) escaped from Guantanamo Bay, and these days they're just not as tight as they used to be. But as they each prepare to celebrate Christmas Eve with their new best buds, Kumar receives a very special delivery that should have gone to Harold. Always the dutiful friend, Kumar does his best to see that the package reaches its intended destination by the time sleigh bells start ringing. Unfortunately, while making the delivery Kumar causes Harold's family Christmas tree to go up in flames. Thankfully for Harold, the in-laws are away for the evening, giving him just enough time to track down a replacement and avoid the wrath of his wife's temperamental father. With the clock counting down to Christmas and the family returning home soon, Harold and Kumar race though New York City on a mad dash to find the perfect substitute tree. Neil Patrick Harris returns for more raunchy fun in a sequel also featuring Danneel Harris, David Krumholtz, and Eddie Kaye Thomas. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Horrible. Absolutely horrible. Do not waste your time. If you absolutely must watch this piece of garbage, then skip ahead to the the scene with Neil Patrick Harris. Watch that part, laugh a lot (it's the funniest thing in the movie!!), and then eject the DVD and destroy it.
The movie is that bad.
There are a few other funny bits in the movie, but nothing worth sitting through the rest of this train wreck. And oddly enough, none of the other funny lines come from either Harold or Kumar. The movie would actually have been better if those two weren't in it!
All in all, a typical, formulaic, crappy Christmas movie. If you saw Harold and Kumar go to White Castle AND Christmas Vacation.... you've seen this movie already.
Nothing original, and a waste of 90 minutes.
Except for the NPH scene. He needs his own movie!