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American Reunion [aka American Pie: Reunion] Review


Grim
Call this a missed opportunity. While there's plenty of scope to have fun with these characters as they hit 30, this script is simply not up to the job. It's never very funny, has no sense of momentum and only comes to life due to the endearing characters and the likeable actors who play them.

It's the class of 1999's 13th reunion (huh?), so the entire gang returns to East Great Falls. Jim and Michelle (Bigs and Hannigan) now have a 2-year-old son, which has interrupted their sex life; Oz (Klein) is a B-list TV star with a supermodel girlfriend (Bowden); the now-married Kevin is worried about rekindling his high school romance with Vicky (Reid); Finch (Thomas) is a world traveler who clicks with Michelle's band camp pal Selena (Ramirez). And then there's party-boy prankster Stifler (Scott), who hasn't changed at all and leads them into all manner of trouble.

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Picture - Director Jon Hurwitz, Eugene Levy,... , Thursday 19th April 2012

Jon Hurwitz, Chris Klein, Eugene Levy, Hayden Schlossberg, Jason Biggs, Jennifer Coolidge, Mena Suvari and Seann William Scott - Director Jon Hurwitz, Eugene Levy, Jennifer Coolidge, director Hayden Schlossberg, Seann William Scott, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari and Jason Biggs Thursday 19th April 2012 The cast of the new movie 'American Reunion' attend a photocall held at the Villamagna Hotel

Picture - Seann William Scott, Jon Hurwitz,... , Wednesday 18th April 2012

Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy, Hayden Schlossberg, Jennifer Coolidge, Jon Hurwitz and Tara Reid - Seann William Scott, Jon Hurwitz, Jennifer Coolidge, Tara Reid, Hayden Schlossberg, Eugene Levy Wednesday 18th April 2012 The Irish Premiere of 'American Reunion', The Savoy Cinema

A Very Harold & Kumar 3d Christmas Review


Good
A warm, squishy centre makes this smutty comedy surprisingly endearing as it bounces from one random set piece to another, by way of a series of outrageous cameos. The sex, drugs and violence get a bit tiring, but the amusing writing and acting keep us laughing.

While stoner Kumar (Penn) is failing to cope with the chaos of his life, now-respectable banker Harold (Cho) is dreading Christmas with his wife's (Garces) extended family, including his terrifying father-in-law Perez (Trejo).

When Kumar drops off a mis-delivered package at Harold's house, their first meeting in six years causes instant chaos. Now they have to team up to replace Perez's prized Christmas tree. This involves scary encounters with a Scarface-style mobster (Koteas), mean-acting tree sellers (RZA and Da'Vone McDonald) and the real Santa (Richard Riehle).

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Picture - Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz Hollywood, California, Wednesday 2nd November 2011

Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz - Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz Hollywood, California - The Premiere of 'A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas' held at the Chinese Theatre Wednesday 2nd November 2011

Picture - Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz Hollywood, California, Thursday 3rd November 2011

Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz - Hayden Schlossberg, Jon Hurwitz Hollywood, California - The Premiere of 'A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas' held at the Chinese Theatre Thursday 3rd November 2011

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Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay Review


Weak
They say that familiarity breeds contempt. No wonder sequels suck. Audiences are so ready for more of what made the first movie memorable that by the time part two delivers the repetitive goods, the sameness starts to stink. Four years ago, a couple of dope smoking dudes named Harold and Kumar took a massive case of the munchies and turned it into a New Jersey night from hell. Now they're back for more herb-induced adventures -- and oddly enough, the follow-up isn't as loathsome as it is loony.

When last we left our duo, they were headed to the Chronic capital of the world, Amsterdam. Unfortunately, Kumar (Kel Penn) cannot wait until they land. Over Harold's (John Cho) objections, he takes out a high tech bong. Passengers on the plane confuse it with a "bomb" and, before they know it, the guys are headed to Gitmo, labeled as terrorists. Happenstance provides a means of escape, and the boys head to Miami with a bunch of Cuban refugees. Their goal? Get to Texas. There, an old friend with political ambitions (Eric Winter) may be able to clear their names. Oh, and he's also marrying Kumar's ex-girlfriend Vanessa (Danneel Harris). Harold knows the couple can help. His buddy, on the other hand, still holds a torch for his former gal pal. As they make their way across country, Feds (Rob Corddry, Roger Bart) in hot pursuit, Kumar daydreams of breaking up the impending nuptials.

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Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle Review


Excellent
Good bake movies are, at best, an underserved market. The last decade has seen only a few films that have plot, possibility, intelligent humor and interesting characters. Instead, it's seen a slew of movies that are just funny as hell with no sense of direction and redeeming cinematic value.

But who cares?

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