User Comments for Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle
Dravin (8 out of 10 ) First of all I don't know if this movie was meant to be a commercial stunt for White Castle or what so ever, because it's the first time I've heard that name. But that's what you'll have when one lives outside the USA (But I do know McDonalds). I really like this movie, the acts are put good together, but all that weed stuff could've been put aside, it's like they're promoting it (please smoke more weed!). Even the fact that this movie is made by white americans, I do appreciate it that two not white americans have been the starring in this movie. It's like giving them a chance to show the world how others can live with each other (as good friends), and to show that they have the same or even better quality of acting. I can only hope that they will come out with a second movie from this dynamic duo, with more positive acts, no more weed and bullies!
austin (10 out of 10 ) This was one of the funniest movies I have ever seen.
chris (10 out of 10 ) Commenting on Dravin's comment: This movie was very, very much about two things; weed and white castle. The movie is meant to primarily be about getting high, getting the munchies, and finding the most beautifully delicious food out there. In Harold and Kumars case it was white castle burgers. H and K would not have been the same without the bullies and weed. This movie is about weed! And when H and K go to Amsterdam comes out, there better be more weed and amazingness. The movie is about weed. No ifs or buts.
Nick (9 out of 10 ) This movie did its intended purpose which was to provide us a simple outlook on the lives and conglaborations of stoners, a truly wonderful and outrageously hilarious movie about weed, how can you get any better than that? Dravin are you on crack son? What are you talking about?? Who would actually care about some some random ass guys just simply getting hungry and driving to white castles? Or are you just on here to try to annoy people with you comments, I bet that's it, I bet you smoke just as much weed as the rest of the nation.