The Big Sick Movie Review
The Big Sick movie is a must watch film. The movie is produced based on the real lives of co-writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V Gordon. The producer, Judd Apatow has once again proven that he is talented when it comes to entertainment. The movie is not only free of cynicism but also irony. The observational materials and jokes of in this movie will make you fall in love with it repeatedly. Once narrative’s wheels are set in motion, the comedy also starts to flow. It is all about the need to identify the different characters. The characters thereafter go on board and the mission it finding a happy ending. The film is more a stranger situation more than fiction like date field. The film is characterized by enormous charm as well as sweetness that ends up plunging into a deliberate serious upon the completion of the setup. The trueness of the story ends up bringing a stab of anxiety when the characters embark on their slide from the reality of life. Emily V Gordon, comedy writer-producer and Pakistani-American actor Kumail Nanjiania have brought out the subject of the movie aptly.
The family background of Nanjiani allows men and women to get married through arranged circumstances. He did not get an opportunity to tell the parents that he has a strong feeling towards Gordon. He also finds it hard admitting to Gordon how he feels. But when the relationship of the two takes a different twist, Gordon is laid down after contracting a mysterious disease. The family has no choice but to put her into a coma. Nanjiani is forced to wait at the hospital’s vigil. He is full of surprises and he plays Kumail aversion of his youthful behavior. He acts as a part Uber driver and changes to an upcoming artist. Zoe Kazan plays Emily. She begins by heckling at Kumail during a certain occasion and romance finds the two. Nothing seems to matter in the life of the two. Kazan delivers a winning performance and everyone is left with his mouths open.
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She combines her alluring beauty and talents to leave behind a standing ovation. Her medical dimension and cherubic beauty makes her a woman of the moment. Azmat (Anupam Kher) and Sharmeen (Zenobia Shroff) as the father and mother of Kumail. Their strong principles make life a different thing altogether. Kumail wants to decide. He wants to do something but he is worried that he will attract a curse. On the other side, it is interesting to realize that the parents of Emily has been represented an irrelevant and intimately manner. There is less of comedy and stereotyping involved. The twists and turns in the movie will leave you watching it repeatedly. Am tempted to say that the film is a masterpiece. The actresses and actors have done their best.
The Big Sick movie is a revolutionary movie. If you would like to learn something about the cultural practices of Pakistanis then this film is here for you. The plot, characters and choice of words make it one of a kind.