Part of the fun of the Blu-ray Elite project- wherein Warner Brothers is sending me free Blu-rays- is the diversity of what I’ve received. I’ve gotten everything from Oscar nominees to Science Fiction classics, and even two AFI Top 100 films. The latest batch is certainly diverse from the first two batches of films they sent me. One of the movies I recently got in the mail was A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas. Sometimes, it’s good to check your brain at the door. But that doesn’t mean that I let myself off the hook for providing highly important information. After all, I know that my readers expect me to find a graphic way to convey the really vital stuff about movies. A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas is no different. With that in mind, here’s a chart that conveys the number of references by bodily function in A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas.
Since it’s a Christmas movie, it would’ve been criminal to create this thing without a little touch of holiday cheer.
Here’s a stunning fact about the movie. There are actually more Shakespeare quotes than flatulence jokes. Bill Shakespeare beat farting. Score one for the smart guys, although Shakespeare has a long way to go to catch semen. You’re probably asking how there’s only half of a reference to flatulence (and five and a half to feces). Well, you see, it was a little bit of both a flatulence and a feces reference. I couldn’t count it as a full reference to either in good conscience. And it wouldn’t have been fair to either category to exclude the other. This is, after all, very important information and accuracy is of the utmost importance.