Harold and Kumar

Like the F 9/11 entry, although I’m nominally writing this entry on Friday (12 something AM) I consider it a Thursday entry. As I once told SCV, I don’t consider a day over until I’ve gone to sleep.

Hmm…I wonder what that made Saturday/Sunday during the SF trip ;-)

Truthfully, I really enjoyed Harold and Kumar. It kept me laughing quite a bit throughout the movie. A combination of factors really… For one, I could relate to a some of the stereotypes that have been portrayed. And secondly…I don’t know… Perhaps in some ways it reminded me of my interactions with friends, maybe I just ‘got’ the humor, maybe I just empathized.

At any rate, as Mike can corroborate, I was laughing a fair bit through the movie – which is odd considering I disliked Starsky & Hutch, Old School et. al. Oh – and if anyone says that Zoolander is an awesome movie – I will beat them.

Some of the humor is odd indeed (a part with a cheetah comes into mind) but it seems…I don’t know…appropriate. I can say one thing though – a lot of people were laughing in that theater :)

Oh – and I am a coconut. Haha.


  1. The_Voice - August 6, 2004 @ 15:31

    H&K is a great film.

    Zoolander, albeit not as good as H&K, is an AWESOME movie too. And I will beat you for not liking it :)

  2. Allen George - August 6, 2004 @ 16:29

    I loathe Zoolander. And I mean I _absolutely_ abhore it.

    You’ll hafta catch me first :-)

    Have you watched F 9/11 BTW?

  3. The_Voice - August 6, 2004 @ 16:39

    Try using my nifty – though, it still has errors – search engine on my blog to search for my original posts about F9/11.

    I don’t know how anyone could not like it. You’d hate Dodgeball then, or Anchorman. But Zoolander was the funniest movie I saw that year :)

    “Welcome to the wonderful world, of deveduh” from the DVD. I love that DVD. In fact, I think I’ll have to watch it 24/7 in that house of ours in the fall ;)

  4. Allen George - August 6, 2004 @ 17:50

    Oh ho ho…

    You’ve gotta read my entry on F 9/11 and check out the link I posted.

  5. Paul - August 6, 2004 @ 19:58

    psst: http://dailykos.com/story/2004/7/18/173312/462

    Title: “Debunking ’59 deceits in Fahrenheit 911′”.

    Haven’t read it, just found it. May be interesting.

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