Movie Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008)

20180512:
This movie takes place right after the end of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004). Harold and Kumar prepare to go to Amsterdam. Unfortunately, while on the plane, things don't go as planned and the two find themselves in Guantanamo Bay. As the title suggests, they escape, and the majority of the movie has them on the run.

I thought the ending (when they were at Amsterdam) felt tacked on and silly.

Harold (right, John Cho) and Kumr (left, Kal Penn)

However, aside from that small complaint, the movie was funny and fared well against their first adventure. If you liked the first movie, I would highly recommend this sequel. As for fans of comedy, in general, if you haven't already, go and watch the first movie!

Netflix determined the movie for me as a 98% match. I decided to give the movie neither a thumbs up nor a thumbs down.

Instant Comments:
Just back from the other movie.
Haha. "No Means Yes" "Just Kidding."
References Eurotrip.
Hahahahahahahaha. "This is just a bong." (sounds like bomb)
Haha. "Poison gas!"

Ron Fox (Rob Corddry).

Why wouldn't you just bite the dick.
Okay, good. Though why it was the first time those prisoner's did it
"Hey! What are you fucking doing? Put that back on."
Haha. His bush is massive.
Lol. Unknown dialect.
Ha. They were just coming to help.
References The Goonies.

Kumar uses the toilet while Harold is showering.

Haha. "Look what we got here brothers. Mexicans!"
Neil Patrick Harris again!
Why is there so much shit!
Hahahahaha. The character made the same question, "Why the hell is your ass so dirty? Don't you wipe?"
Hehe. "Here's to you Tashanda. I hope you kept the baby."
WTF.
Kumar says "Kumar and Harold" but Harold corrects him and says "Hurold and Kumar."

Vanessa (Danneel Harris)

Kumar Patel: So you get high and you put other people who smoke weed in jail?
George W. Bush: DUH!
Kumar Patel: That's so hypocritical!
George W. Bush: Oh yeah? Well let me ask you something, Kumar, do you like giving hand jobs?
Kumar Patel: No sir.
George W. Bush: Do you like gettin' hand jobs?
Kumar Patel: [smirking] Heh, yeah.
George W. Bush: Yeah well, that makes you a fuckin' hypocriticizer too, so shut the fuck up! Now smoke my weed.

Neil Patrick Harris (Neil Patrick Harris)

Kumar Patel: [reciting the poem 'The Square Root of 3'] I fear that I will always be / A lonely number like root three / A three is all that's good and right, / Why must my three keep out of sight / Beneath a vicious square root sign, / I wish instead I were a nine / For nine could thwart this evil trick, / with just some quick arithmetic / I know I'll never see the sun, as 1.7321 / Such is my reality, a sad irrationality / When hark! What is this I see, / Another square root of a three / Has quietly come waltzing by, / Together now we multiply / To form a number we prefer, / Rejoicing as an integer / We break free from our mortal bonds / And with a wave of magic wands / Our square root signs become unglued / And love for me has been renewed.
Yikes. Strangers.
Harold interrupts the photo shoot and then they go out to smoke weed (as if she didn't have to return to work).

Harold & Kumar get on their knees for a meat sandwich.

Credits:
After the credits end we see Neil Patrick Harris get up. "Mother fucker."

Watched 20180512 (Netflix, Instant)
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008) Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg. 104 min

Relevant Links:
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (IMDb.com)
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (RottenTomatoes.com)
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (Wikipedia.org)

Dr. Beecher (Roger Bart)