In , Harold is a hard-working man from the northern part of. Harold thinks that he'll wind up with a similarly repressed Korean-American young woman—Cindy Kim—who isn't as repressed as he thinks. In an interview with Den of Geek! Definitely a must see in 3D. Perez, decides to stay at Harold and Maria's house for the Christmas holiday. To fix the problem, Harold and Kumar embark on a mission through New York City to find the perfect Christmas tree, once again stumbling into trouble at every single turn. The 3D experience was better in this movie than most I've seen in years. Then the two are sent to Guantanamo Bay where they are involved in a series of comedic events.
The true object of Harold's desire, however, is Maria Perez played by , who lives down the hall from him in his building. But when Kumar arrives on Harold's doorstep during the holiday season with a mysterious package in hand, he inadvertently burns down Harold's father-in-law's beloved Christmas tree. But when Kumar arrives on Harold's doorstep during the holiday season with a mysterious package in hand, he inadvertently burns down Harold's father-in-law's beloved Christmas tree. Kumar lights it up, but Harold throws it out of the window, only for it to magically land in the tree and burn it down. Six years have elapsed since Guantanemo Bay, leaving Harold and Kumar estranged from one another with very different families, friends and lives.
In a 2008 interview with , Neil Patrick Harris revealed that the series' writers were discussing the possibility of a spin-off movie based on his fictional persona. Cho and Penn went on a tour to promote the film in different college towns. Maria's father and Harold's father-in-law, Mr. With his in-laws out of the house for less than a day, Harold decides to cover his tracks rather than come clean, and reluctantly embarks on another ill-advised journey with Kumar, taking them through New York City on Christmas Eve in search of the perfect Christmas tree. Harold has given up smoking cannabis, become a successful business man on Wall Street and married his Latina girlfriend Maria. Kumar lights it up, but Harold throws it out of the window, only for it to magically land in the tree, and burn it down. The character is portrayed by in all three films.
Perez, who is angered when he discovers his Christmas tree is gone. After his adventure, Kumar tells Vanessa he has matured and very much wants to raise the baby with her, even offering to return to medical school and give up marijuana. In exchange for saving his life, Santa agrees to fly them back home in his sleigh, and reveals that he sent the package to reunite the friends. But when a mysterious package arrives at Kumar's door, his attempt to deliver it to Harold's house ends with him inadvertently burning down Harold's father-in-law's prize Christmas tree. The film ends with Santa smoking a bong while riding his sleigh.
Harold, Kumar, Adrian, and Harold's new best friend Todd, arrive at the party, where a girl named Mary attempts to seduce Harold. Six years have elapsed since Guantanemo Bay, leaving Harold and Kumar estranged from one another with very different families, friends and lives. I'm definitely jaded, but then again aren't we all by now? It is a sequel to the 2008 film and the third installment of the series. Harold arrives home to encounter Mr. Harold and Kumar rekindle their friendship, Kumar and Vanessa rekindle their romance, and Kumar tells Vanessa that he will re-take the exams to become a doctor for the sake of their child.
It turns out that Mary is the daughter of a Russian mob kingpin named Sergei Katsov who sends two of his men to kill Harold and Kumar, believing that they were trying to rape his daughter. Kumar has recently been dumped by his girlfriend Vanessa, who arrives at Kumar's apartment to inform him that she is pregnant with his child. Archived from on May 13, 2013. Harold learns that Kumar's new friend Adrian is attending a party with a Fraser Fir Christmas tree, and promises to drive him to the party on the condition that he can have the tree. Harold's romantic life centers around -like fancies as is evidenced by his obsession with film classics such as. Filming took place in Detroit, Michigan, then Los Angeles and New York City from June to August 2010, with the use of Panavision Genesis and Element Technica 3D Rig. The two are reunited and rekindle their friendship after Kumar brings over a package for Harold that arrived at their old apartment.
Harold decides to smoke weed again, and he and Kumar share a joint again for the first time in years. Vanessa tells Kumar she is pregnant shortly after their breakup, but believes that Kumar is not mature enough to raise their child. Harold finally stands up to him, explaining that he may not be the perfect son-in-law, but he is the perfect guy for Maria. Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg returned to write the film while directed and Greg Shapiro returned as producer. In , it is revealed that he had a girlfriend Vanessa in college, who introduced him to marijuana and transformed him from an aloof geek into the easy-going stoner he is today. In , Harold is married to Maria and hasn't spoken to Kumar in years.
Kumar receives a package with Harold's name on it at his apartment and decides to deliver it to Harold. In , Kumar Patel is a 22-year-old college graduate. After filming was completed, Penn returned to the White House. Harold and Kumar embark on an adventure to find a new Christmas tree after Kumar destroys the original. He shares an apartment with best friend, Harold Lee. As morally and politically incorrect this movie is; it ultimately does have a good message with a lot of heart and actually put me into the Holiday spirit! Though not interested in school, Kumar is remarkably intelligent and knows how to perform complex surgical procedures, as shown in the film while looking for at the hospital.