And it's as funny as it is unnecessary. Two years after their escape from Guantanamo Bay, Harold and Kumar are no longer friends. Harold has moved on--he's married, with a big house, a scary father-in-law (Danny Trejo), and a new best friend (a milquetoast Tom Lennon.) Kumar is still in the apartment, which is now a total mess, and he has grown a beard. They've made a clean split, but when a package is delivered to Kumar's apartment with Harold's name on it, he has to make at least an obligatory visit. And that sets in motion the wacky adventure with a burnt tree, Ukrainian gangsters, a high baby, Santa Claus, and of course Neil Patrick Harris as "Neil Patrick Harris" (oh yeah, he's back, after going to heaven and being cock-blocked by Jesus himself.) Oh yeah, and it's in 3-D, and they make a few cheesy meta jokes about that. I'm so over 3-D, and I'm so over Harold and Kumar...except that I really enjoyed this. Almost enough to actually care if they make a fourth movie.
Running Time: 90 minutes
My Total Minutes: 254,584