February 19th, 2005
|12:54 am - The Third of Many Pimpings|
I whipped up a blog post to respond to some HIV-related comments by the three Stephanies. Topics include mosquitoes, crying, and babies.
To give this entry some more pseudocontent, here's that friends collage:
Brought to you by pratibha75 and teemus.
In conclusion, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle is fucking hilarious. (Also: Kevin Kline.)
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: Nine Inch Nails - Heresy
|Date:||February 19th, 2005 06:13 am (UTC)|| |
Did you try to call me earlier tonight? I was at the doctor, so I couldn't pick up.
Also, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle is genius. I need to own it. Doogie Howser doing blow off a hooker may be the most brilliant thing ever committed to film.
I did, but it's okay. Nothing important, just company while walking to the movie.
And I think "Just because you're hung like a moose doesn't mean you gotta do porn" may be the most brilliant line ever uttered in a stoner flick.
|Date:||February 19th, 2005 07:18 am (UTC)|| |
You are the second person I know to have endorsed Harold and Kumar. Would I still find it amusing if I think stoners are the lamest and most pathetic people ever?
Yes. The humor is way beyond just stoner humor. There's a lot of "random shit" humor as well. Plus, a great satire-except-not-so-much-satire-because-many-people-really-act-like-that on racial stereotyping in America. I'm not even close to being a stoner, and I still thought Harold and Kumar were entertaining characters. Besides, they do endeavor to become less lame and pathetic by the end. Kind of.
Also, I personally find it amusing that the character's name is Kumar Patel, which is equivalent to being named Smith Jones.
It is indeed fucking hilarious. I like that Harold and Kumar act like normal people stuck in a bizarre stoner movie. Also, they're damn cute.
I think I'm actually shaking from so much icon love.... :)
Wow, you have many friends! With pretty pretty pictures!
In conclusion, ...
Harold and Kumar is playing in theaters here. But it's called "We Go Out to Eat," or something. And the poster features a woman's breasts strategically covered with hamburgers. I don't remember, but somehow I don't think we had that one in the States.