Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 205000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

2 colgaos muy fumaos

Title in Português:

Grande Moca, Meu

Title in Français:

Harold & Kumar chassent le burger

Title in Türk:

Harold ve Kumar

Title in Deutsch:

Harold & Kumar


Harold Lee and Kumar Patel are best friends and roommates who share a common love for marijuana. Harold works for an investment bank while Kumar is being pressured by his father to go into medical school.

On a Friday night after smoking marijuana, the duo get a case of the munchies and decide to head to White Castle. However, after learning that the nearest White Castle has been closed down, the duo set out on a trip to a White Castle that is not too far out.

However, the trip becomes complicated as the duo run into one incident after another.

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Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies
Chick Magnet
MXPX: Performer
Mike Herrera: Writer
Ali Dee: Writer
Camel Toe
Fannypack: Performer
Let's Get Retarded
Will.i.am: Writer
The Black Eyed Peas: Performer
Fall In Line
Phunk Junkeez: Performer
Rock to the Rhythm
Lexicon: Performer
Ali Dee: Writer
Mariachi Speier
Eric Speier: Performer
Eric Speier: Writer
Click Click Pow
Lexicon: Performer
Dance of the Warrior
Zion I: Performer
Anthony Anderson: Writer
Rock Your Body 2004
Stagga Lee: Performer
Looking for Bueno
David Hilker: Writer
Same Ole Song
Phunk Junkeez: Performer
Girl from Ypsilanti
Daniel May: Performer
Daniel May: Writer
Crazy on You
Ann Wilson: Writer
Heart: Performer
On the Ganges
Matt Hirt: Performer
Matt Hirt: Writer
Total Eclipse of the Heart
Jim Steinman: Writer
Nicki French: Performer
Baby Baby
Amy Grant: Performer
Amy Grant: Writer
Hold On
Glen Ballard: Writer
Wilson Phillips: Performer
Also Sprach Zarathustra
Richard Strauss: Writer
David Kitay: Performer
I Wanna Get Next to You
Norman Whitfield: Writer
Rose Royce: Performer

User reviews

Karen Lee

The soundtrack of Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies perfectly captures the hilarious and adventurous spirit of the film. The upbeat and energetic songs really enhance the comedic moments throughout the movie, making it even more enjoyable to watch.

Thomas Thompson

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack felt a bit repetitive and did not bring anything new to the table. While the music served its purpose in certain scenes, there were moments where a more diverse selection could have added depth to the storytelling. Overall, the soundtrack is enjoyable but lacks a bit of originality in its song choices.

James Martin

The soundtrack of Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies perfectly captures the fun and adventurous spirit of the film. The mix of classic rock, hip hop, and indie music sets the tone for their wild journey to satisfy their munchies. The songs blend well with the comedic scenes and enhance the overall viewing experience.

Linda Campbell

The diverse selection of songs in the soundtrack reflects the different moods and situations that Harold and Kumar find themselves in throughout their journey. From energetic hip-hop tracks to laid-back reggae tunes, each song complements the scenes beautifully and adds depth to the storytelling.

Patricia Young

The use of iconic songs like Don't Fear the Reaper by Blue Öyster Cult and Hold On Loosely by 38 Special adds a nostalgic touch to the film, creating a sense of familiarity and connection with the audience. The soundtrack truly elevates the overall viewing experience and makes the film more memorable.

Steven Brown

Additionally, the score did not effectively enhance the comedic moments or add any depth to the characters' emotional journey throughout the film. It felt like a missed opportunity to elevate the overall viewing experience and connect with the audience on a deeper level.

Mark Scott

I found the soundtrack of Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies to be quite disappointing. The music choices felt outdated and cliché, failing to capture the essence of the modern stoner comedy genre.

Patricia Allen

The soundtrack of Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies perfectly captures the adventurous and humorous spirit of the film. The upbeat and quirky tunes enhance the comedic moments and add a lot of fun to the overall viewing experience.