Following up his hit DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR writer-director Danny Leiner has come up with the riotous road-trip comedy HAROLD & KUMAR GET THE MUNCHIES Harold (John Cho) has graduated college and is now working at a cubicle, where he is abused by other workers and forced to do their jobs for them. Kumar (Kal Penn) is expected to go to medical school to follow in the footsteps of his father and brother, but he'd rather spend his time partying. The entire film takes place in one night, as wild Kumar is determined to get a sack of burgers at White Castle, even though his more staid roommate would prefer to stay home and finish a project for his office mates. While Kumar seeks fun and adventure, lusting after nearly every woman he meets, Harold dreams only of Maria (Paula Garces), the woman down the hall whom he likes but is too afraid to talk to. Harold & Kumar's excellent adventure includes an outrageous bathroom scene in a college, a cop who takes his job way too seriously, a group of extreme, rad dudes who harass Harold, Kumar, and a convenience store manager, LAW & ORDER: SVU's Chris Meloni as an incredibly disgusting possible psycho, and Neil Patrick Harris playing himself, making fun of his Doogie Howser image. In addition to plenty of raunchy--and very funny--references to sex, drugs, and rock & roll, Leiner also takes on stereotypes and the meaning of love.
- Audio commentary from director Danny Leiner, actors John Cho & Kal Penn
and writer Jon Hurwitz & Hayden Schlossberg
- Bonus audio commentary from Danny Bouchard
- A chat between Bobby Lee and the stars
- 'The Art Of The Fart': a fictitious documentation of the creation of the
flatulant sound design
- On-set interviews with members of the cast
- 'A Trip To The Land Of Burgers': a look at the film's fantasy sequence
with Harold and Maria
Release Date: 20 June 2005
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
Duration 1 hour and 28 minutes (approx)
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