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Actors: Lisa Ray, Maulik Pancholy, Russell Peters
Director: Kiran Merchant
Genres: Comedy, Drama
SO MANY CHOICES. SO LITTLE TIME. — With his relationship on the rocks and working a dead-end job, life after college wasn't quite what twenty-seven-year-old Neil Desai (Maulik Pancholy, TV's 30 Rock and Weeds) had planned. ... more »
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Rita M. (ritarene) from SILER CITY, NC
Reviewed on 7/5/2018...
I liked the diversity of the actors in this film. Though it is pretty low budget, it was an enjoyable movie. The main character has been in a long-term relationship with his college sweetheart, and they have recently moved in together. He begins to feel trapped and wonders if he is ready to settle down. The story is a little far fetched with the introduction of the limo driver who gives him a free week of rides and offers astrological love advise, but overall, it had its charms as a Saturday night chick flick and ties the story together in the end. The acting is not top notch, but it is far from the worst I've seen.
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Jeffery Mingo | Homewood, IL USA | 09/03/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is a challenge to Eurocentricity; it does show a slice of Asian-American male life rarely seen in film. Too often, either no characters are Asian-American males or just one is, and he is usually to the peripheries and not essential to the script. Say what you want about "Harold and Kumar," but the film did center Asian-American males in a valiant way. This work goes even further than "Harold and Kumar." Here, the main character is Indian-American, so is his love interest, and so are most of his friends. Many people may think that Asian Americans are only surrounded by each other when at home with their nuclear family. However, there are neighborhoods in Southern Cal, Northern Cal, Washington State, New Jersey, etc. where Asian Americans are the majority and are far from being the only brown or yellow face in the mix. I love how this movie centers an oft-forgotten group.
However, this was a bad film. It had bad writing and amateurish actors. I can only give it so many PC points."