A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas

Christmas Movies I’ve Watched This Week – 12/13/2020

A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish – I’ve never seen a High School Musical movie, but I assume it’s like this.

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas This was the first movie that I saw in 3D and I love that. This is a yearly movie and I find it hilarious and awesome each time. I hope they’re able to make a 4th one day.

Midnight at the Magnolia (Netflix) – Yeah no. I didn’t like this one. Plus, it’s not really a Christmas movie even though it’s categorized as one.

The Santa Clause – A Christmas classic that I watch every year.

Hometown Holiday – If you are into the whole country is better than city life, and if you have no idea what living in the country is like, this is the movie for you. The only win for me was that they didn’t try to do accents.

This Christmas – A family that ultimately loves each other, but are hiding a few things come together at Christmas. The scene where the sister beats her husband with a belt while he’s covered in baby oil is perfect.

Godmothered (Disney+)– A movie set at Christmas time, where Christmas plays a minor part, but isn’t the main thing. It was cute and funny. I’d watch it again, but it’s not going in my Christmas rotation.

Klaus (Netflix)– My kids watched this last year, but I missed it. I’m glad I was able to catch it this year. Definite add to my yearly list.

A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas (2011)

A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas (2011)

Director:

Todd Strauss-Schulson

Starring:

Kal Penn

John Cho

Neil Patrick Harris

Plot:

Six years after their Guantanamo Bay adventure, stoner buds Harold Lee and Kumar Patel cause a holiday fracas by inadvertently burning down Harold’s father-in-law’s prize Christmas tree.

Review:

This is the first movie my husband and I saw in 3D and it did not disappoint. Even now, watching on a non-3D TV it’s still awesome.

Boobs, check.

Penis, check.

Tons of drugs, check.

Seriously, what more could you want in a Christmas movie?

Harold and Kumar have drifted apart but a holiday miracle will bring them back into each other’s lives when they need each other the most. It’s beautiful.

I’m not a stoner, but I highly recommend these movies to anyone that loves crude humor. This is one of those rare series that each successive movie gets better.

5/5

Side note: Totally worth $2.99 on Amazon Instant Video