Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Sometimes, it takes a strange night to put everything else into focus. And that's exactly what happens to Harold and his roommate, Kumar, when they set out to get the best stoner fix money can buy: White Castle hamburgers. Both guys are at a crossroads, about to make major decisions that will affect the course of their lives. Yet they arrive at wisdom by accident as they drive around New Jersey in search of fast food.

Harold Lee and Kumar Patel are two stoners who end up getting the munchies. What they crave the most after seeing a TV advertisement, is a trip to White Castle. So from here, follows a journey for the burgers they require. On their way they will encounter many obstacles including a raccoon, a racist officer, and a horny Neil Patrick Harris. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Logan M (kr) wrote: Simultaneously a mystery thriller and a satire of the politics and hobnob of big time Hollywood, "The Player" is considered by many as Robert Altman's crowning achievement.

Ruair C (fr) wrote: A controversial and thought-provoking documentary that sets out to challenge three of the established institutions dominating our contemporary culture: Religion, war and finance.While the points raised are provocative and compelling, the film suffers from a lack of coherence and references to validate its claims. Presented in three separate sections, each topic is concisely dissected according to the film's agenda however there is a feeling that each institution deserves its own dedicated film for a full and thorough investigation. This is where Zeitgeist really suffers: with only a(n often obnoxious) narrator and some sporadic archive audio for support, the arguments made could be quickly dismissed as propaganda. The inclusion of interviews with experts or authorities on the topics discussed might add credence to the points made.Also, while there is no arguing that religion, war and finance are major contributors to the shape of our culture, the film fails to tie them together in a convincing manner: there is absolutely no introduction to the film outside of a brief video history of life, no statement of intent. Although this is marginally rectified by an earnest conclusion, the film feels meandering for a spell.These issues aside, there is no denying that the information presented in the film - authenticity aside - and it's overall message is too compelling to ignore. Viewers should feel inspired to follow up with some independent investigation and/or debate.

Paul L (it) wrote: Never go to Bali, you'll end up in jail for 20 years.and that's the light sentence.

Patrick L (jp) wrote: A moderately lightweight documentary about the history of queer cinema in the US and its role in contemporary society.Generally the interviews here are well conducted, with good subjects in this field - Gus Van Sant, Don Roos etc - and all serves well to give a general *overview* of queer cinema, pointing out the important events and films.Unfortunately it only really scratches the surface, and ends up trying to cover far too much in its short running time (81 min).The whole sub-category of trans-cinema is almost completely marginalised, and though this film calls itself a 'History of Queer Cinema', nothing outside of the US is taken account of! Considering that two of the most important 'queer' films, 'My Beautiful Laundrette' and (to a slightly more mainstream degree) 'The Crying Game' come from the UK, it's a shame to see this stuff ignored.I'm also sick of people harping on about straight actors playing queer characters - for Christ's sake, a director will pick the best actor for a role, their sexuality shouldn't matter! Get over yourselves.Erm... rant aside, this is an enjoyable, though far from perfect, TV-style doco.

Bill T (ru) wrote: Buoyed buy a delirous script by one Willem Winnekers (Who I went to High School with), Weirdsville follow two slackers extraordinaire while they try to pay back mafia debts, while trying to avoid Satan Worshippers trying to kidnap their girl friend. I found myself laughing a lot more than I should have in a movie like this (Nothing personal Willem) especially to Wes Bentley and Scott Speedman's comeradery. Bentley gets all the best scenes, and Speedman's the straight man. A pretty good movie!

Mark S (jp) wrote: Great story featuring Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thornton. Highly Recommended for crime drama fans.

bill s (de) wrote: Not the story some wanted to see but as a popcorn buddy cop story with a twist it does work.

Karsh D (us) wrote: Excellent biography of the celebrated pianist and showman Liberace.

William F (gb) wrote: Colorful and fabulous.

Movie M (gb) wrote: For the uninitiated this is surely one hot mess of a movie......which is exactly why true fans will love it. The juxtaposition of the dense script and the rapid pacing make for both a cerebral and exciting 2+ hour journey through the franchises history, past and present. Indubitably it will reward multiple viewings, as it is loaded with endless subplots for devotees to flesh out. It doesn't hurt when the main plot device allows for the perceived deaths of several major characters. And the introduction of the character Quicksilver culminates in a CGI masterpiece for the ages.....worth the price of admission all alone. Kudos to the writers & director for accomplishing the rarest of feats........a 5th installment of a series that is actually actually good, and perhaps the best of all. A stellar cast too, with a particular tip of the hat to James McAvoy's humanist turn as a young Charles Xavier, and Peter Dinklage at his smarmy best.

Michael D (nl) wrote: This was an ok western. The stars of the film carried it and did well.