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Now Showing In Budapest: 'The Big Sick'

09.11.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'The Big Sick'
"A couple deals with their cultural differences as their relationship grows."


Movie type: Comedy Romantic - This romantic comedy is a big showcase for its co-writer/star, Kumail Nanjiani. Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, and Ray Romano have supporting roles, but substantial ones, so their fans will also be pleased. Constant language, raunchy humor, and adult situations make the film not for kids.

Director: Michael Showalter

Script: Emily V. Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani

Starring: Kumail - Kumail Nanjiani, Emily - Zoe Kazan, Beth - Holly Hunter, Terry - Ray Romano

Length: 1 hr. 59 min.

Reated: R

Reviews:

Berardinelli, Internet Critic: “Very Good - The Big Sick has the qualities that could make it a sleeper hit. It's funny, touching, and perceptive. ...the film works primarily because of its big heart and ability to engage our emotions while not turning off our brains. Too few legitimately funny romantic comedies are also smart. Both deeply personal and universal, The Big Sick is 2017's Little Film that Deserves Great Exposure.”

Roger Ebert: “Very Good - ... The Big Sick never feels like shameless navel-gazing. The events that ultimately brought the two together are extreme, but the depiction of them always rings true. ...it goes on a tad longer than it should. Some tightening, especially toward the end, might have made a great film truly excellent.”

Rolling Stone: “Very Good - Their hilarious and heartfelt script has a rare authenticity that pulls you in and keeps you glued to the screen. Nanjiani is a revelation, investing his role with grit, grace and touching gravity. The Big Sick is the frankest and funniest date movie around, but be warned: You'll laugh till it hurts.”

Slant Magazine: “Good - ...a comedy through and through, but much of it is as sad as you'd expect a story of forbidden romance centered on a comatose twenty-something to be. The Big Sick go beyond the usual duties of the rom-com in the depth of its emotional explorations.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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