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Harold And Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay Cast

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Synopsis

Following a first date that earned them a planarian celebrity, Harold and Kumar prepare to go on the greatest adventure of their lives: they will travel to Amsterdam in order for Harold to conquer the love of his life, Maria. As is often the case with these two-l, things will quickly spiral out of control, and they will find themselves accused of terrorism and detained in Guantanamo Bay. They will never cease to demonstrate their innocence, but this will need them to flee. This is hardly the most difficult aspect, given the folle course-by-course that awaits them thereafter. The price of innocence is high, and with them, it will be much more in dgts...

[edit] Development

Hurwitz and Schlossberg, co-creators of the original Harold & Kumar Go to White Castleâwere tasked with directing the sequel to their original screenplay. [3] The Hollywood Reporter revealed on January 31, 2007 that David Krumholtz, Neil Patrick Harris, Rob Corddry, Christopher Meloni, Ed Helms, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Paula Garces, Jack Conley, Roger Bart, Danneel Harris, and Eric Winter would co-star in Harold & Kumar 2. [3]

Özet

Harold and Kumar, White Castle gezisinden dnd14kleri sabah Amsterdam'a gitmeye karar verirler Harold, Maria'y grebilmektedir iin on g14n daha beklemeyi istemektedir. Kumar uakta en yeni nargilesini yakar ve grevliler bunun bir bomba olduunu zannederler. Harold ve Kumar tutuklanarak Guantanamo krfezine gnderilirler. Terrist olduklar zannedilen Harold ve Kumar tutuklanarak Guantanamo krfezine gnderilirler. The ekilde hapishaneden kamay baaran ikili Florida'ya gidip Kumar'n nianlsn aramaya baaran. Assalam olan bu adam, Washington's iletiime geip onlarn terrist olmadn anlatacaktr. Ancak iler, Amsterdam gibi bir yerde beklendi gibi gitmez...

Harold And Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay Cast Full Movie

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United States. On July 29, 2008, a single-disc theatrical edition, an unrated edition, and a two-disc unrated version will be available. The unrated copy of the film was included on the Blu-ray disc. The two-disc edition has a "guy modify the movie" function that allows viewers to access different sequences and endings, like "Harold & Kumar Go to Amsterdam." By February 2009, the film has grossed $24,255,691 in the United States from DVD sales. [21] By 2013, the DVD release has made $24,948,849 in the United States, selling 1,231,397 copies. [22] The film's DVD sales totaled $30,395,809 dollars. [23] Continuation [edit]

After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials. less After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials.

A Brief Narrative

Harold and Kumar plan to go to Amsterdam the morning after they return from their White Castle road trip since Harold does not want to wait 10 days to meet Maria again. On the aircraft, Kumar smokes his new bong, which the air marshals mistake for a bomb, and Harold and Kumar are captured and detained in Guantanamo Bay. They manage to flee to Florida and then to Texas, where they seek out Kumar's ex-fiancé, girlfriend's the well-connected Colton, and convince him to intervene with Washington on their behalf. Kumar still has feelings for Vanessa, the authorities are closing in, and Amsterdam's legal marijuana looks a long way off.

Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay heralds the triumphant comeback of these two bumbling anti-heroes. Their most recent trip took them across nation in search of a White Castle cheeseburger to quell a weed-induced bout of "the munchies." This time, the lads got into problems for attempting to sneak a bong on. Introducing Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay heralds the triumphant comeback of these two bumbling anti-heroes. Their most recent trip took them across nation in search of a White Castle cheeseburger to quell a weed-induced bout of "the munchies." This time, the lads run afoul of the law while attempting to smuggle a bong onto a trip to Amsterdam. Now that they are accused of terrorism, they are obliged to flee the authorities and attempt to establish their innocence. What follows is an irreverent and epic voyage through deep contemplation, deeper inhalation, and a crazy tour across the globe that is about as "un-PC" as it gets. (New Line Cinema) â â â â â â â â â â

Harold And Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay Full Cast

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Synopsis

Following a first date that earned them a planarian celebrity, Harold and Kumar prepare to go on the greatest adventure of their lives: they will travel to Amsterdam in order for Harold to conquer the love of his life, Maria. As is often the case with these two-l, things will quickly spiral out of control, and they will find themselves accused of terrorism and detained in Guantanamo Bay. They will never cease to demonstrate their innocence, but this will need them to flee. This is hardly the most difficult aspect, given the folle course-by-course that awaits them thereafter. The price of innocence is high, and with them, it will be much more in dgts...

Not all reviews were as complimentary; Richard Roeper of At the Movies bemoaned that, although he appreciated the "pot-fueled chuckles and pure hyperactive madness of the first, I was very disappointed by this unimaginative sequel."

[15] According to the New York Daily News, "the film fails to remain faithful to its characters or to itself." [16] According to Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune, you "find yourself laughing at certain moments, cringing at others, and finally wondering whether the pace would have improved if either H or K had gotten a horrible cocaine problem." [17] Amnesty International USA said, "Guantanamo is not a joke." They have urged their members to distribute pamphlets during movie theater screenings to raise awareness regarding prisoner conditions at Guantanamo Bay. [18] Ticket office [adjust]

After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials. less After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials.

Harold And Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay Characters

After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials. less After being mistaken for terrorists and imprisoned in Guantnamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the United States, where they travel across the nation, pursued by federal officials.

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United States. On July 29, 2008, a single-disc theatrical edition, an unrated edition, and a two-disc unrated version will be available. The unrated copy of the film was included on the Blu-ray disc. The two-disc edition has a "guy modify the movie" function that allows viewers to access different sequences and endings, like "Harold & Kumar Go to Amsterdam." By February 2009, the film has grossed $24,255,691 in the United States from DVD sales. [21] By 2013, the DVD release has made $24,948,849 in the United States, selling 1,231,397 copies. [22] The film's DVD sales totaled $30,395,809 dollars. [23] Continuation [edit]

In hot pursuit of these fugitives is a motivated but culturally illiterate Homeland Security agent (Rob Corddry), who encapsulates all that is wrong with These Troubled Times - at one point, he literally wipes his behind with the fifth amendment. The film has its flaws – it is pretty homophobic, and for every great humor, there is an equally lame one – but it finds humour in an otherwise unfunny topic. Which is rather amusing.

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