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Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo BayHarold 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.Keywords:
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Directors of "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay"Jon HurwitzBirthdate: 15 November 1977Hayden SchlossbergBirthdate: 9 June 1978, Livingston, New Jersey, USA
Creators of "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay"Jon HurwitzBirthdate: 15 November 1977Hayden SchlossbergBirthdate: 9 June 1978, Livingston, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay"New YorkerMay 12, 2008
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantánamo Bay, a loosely strung-together collection of sex, race, and stoner jokes, is, by any rational standard, a terrible movie, yet I kept laughing at it, and I came out of the theatre in a good mood.Entertainment WeeklyApril 30, 2008
A fitfully funny if somewhat less excellent sequel.Ebert & RoeperApril 28, 2008
As much as I enjoyed the pot-fueled laughs and the sheer energetic lunacy of the original, I was really let down by this uninspired sequel.Chicago ReaderApril 28, 2008
The jokes all revolve around weed, stereotypes, and Neil Patrick Harris; the stereotype stuff is by far the funniest.Toronto StarApril 25, 2008
This is one of those rare pictures that can gross you out and make you think at one and the same time.The eXile (Russia)April 12, 2011
My main objection boils down to this: if the filmmakers set up an anything-goes policy of outraging all notions of human dignity, they're obligated to live up to it without respecting age, race, creed, class, nationality -- or gender.CinePassionAugust 26, 2009
A bag of shoddy skits that barely qualifies as a movie and taints pleasant memories of their previous clowning besidesThe AustralianSeptember 12, 2008
As the idea is no longer fresh and the plot has basically the same structure, it doesn't quite match the original. But the sequel delivers enough new developments to keep it interesting.MovieTime, ABC Radio NationalSeptember 05, 2008
For a stoner comedy, it makes some lucid points.FILMINK (Australia)September 05, 2008
Just make sure that you're really stoned when you see it.Daily Telegraph (Australia)September 05, 2008
Every aspect of the production is atrocious in the extreme.The writing is awful. The direction is bilious.
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