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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, directed by Danny Leiner is rated R by the Motion Picture Assocation of America for strong language, sexual content, drug use and some crude humor. The original release date for this movie was July 30, 2004 for United States

      audiences. This movie falls in the genre of Adventure/Comedy and stars John Cho as Harold Lee, Kal Penn as Kumar Patel, Paula Garces as Maria, Neil Patrick Harris, david Krumholtz as Goldstein, Eddie Kaye Thomas as Rosenberg and Christopher Meloni as Freakshow.

      Weed smoking friends Harold and Kumar get the munchies for some White Castle burgers when they saw the ad of theor TV. Now the make the journey from their apartment building to the nearest White Castle establishment which is no where near the home.

      This is where the adventure begins, being high ...


      • Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
      is one thingm being high and trying to locate a certain place in the dark of night is another. Their journey took them through some spectaular scenarios where they even met up on a famous actor, Neil Patrick Harris, who stole their car. LOL…funny stuff.

      Now that

      they are without a mode of trasportation, they must use their cunning and try to get to their destination in order to quench the raging beast that is the munchies and…White Castle.

      A very funny movie…Oh, and their is a small hint of romance near the end. Happy viewing!




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