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Quarterlife Crisis

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Cast:Lisa Ray, Maulik Pancholy, Russell Peters, Manu Narayan, Katie Lowes, Erickka Jones

Director:Kiran Merchant


Year: 2006


Neil Desai, a directionless and confused 20-something accompanied by his posse of four testosterone packed schmoes embark on a journey to find the perfect date, the meaning of love and happiness in the limo of a devious and scheming driver through New York City's wild and crazy singles scene.

This might be labeled a "Chick Flick" and maybe for good reason but that didn't stop me from being entertained. The film is charming,funny and it has a very nice twists along the way to keep anyone interested as well as entertained. The cast is terrific, what more can you say about Lisa Ray besides beautiful and talented, she is a true delight here and lights up the screen in every frame she is in. Maulik Pancholy is charming and I found him to be maturing well as an actor. The highlight of the movie had to be Debargo Sanyal who played Rahul, he steals every scene he is in and is plain hilarious here. The film has some minor flaws but over-all it more than entertains, one of the things that makes this stand out against other films like it is this one is not only funny but the film is also intelligent as well. If your looking for a comedy and are sick of same old stuff give this a shot I am sure you will find it as enjoyable as I did.The DVD contains the Special Features:

Director's Commentary

Behind the Scenes Featurette

Deleted Scenes


Released by Echo Bridge Entertainment. *** 1/2 Out Of *****