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“A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas” trailer

HollywoodNews.com: I actually chuckled at this one a few times, and the 3D feels very self-aware. I also enjoyed how the trailer openly mocked the series continuity, while also acknowledging the difference between the real Neil Patrick Harris and the fictionalized version that exists in these films.

I consider Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle to be the best comedy of the previous decade and perhaps the finest film about race relations in modern times. Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay is a terrible, unfunny, and morally offensive sequel (it basically boils all of the post-9/11 government abuses to ‘one bad apple’ and lets George W. Bush off the hook) that shames the original. I have no reason to hope that this third film will be as potent a piece of social satire as the original. But it does look awfully funny. It drops on November 4th. As always, we’ll see…

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