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4.0 out of 5 starsSweet love story will tug at your heart
By Paul Allaer TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on July 8, 2017
"The Big Sick" (2017 release; 124 min.) brings the (real life) story of Kumail and Emily. As the movie opens, we get archive video footage of Kumail's youth in Pakistan. We then switch to today, and Kumail is doing a stand-up routine at a Chicago comedy club. In the audience is Emily, who unknowingly heckles him when she shouts out "woohoo!".
After the show Kumail seeks out Emily, and before we know it, they hook up and fall in love (without admitting so). Meanwhile Kumail's family puts huge pressure on him to marry a "good Pakistani girl". At this point we are 10 min. into the movie but to tell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.
Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from director Michael Showalter, who just last year gave us the excellent "Hello, My Name is Doris". But truth be told, this movie is more about the writers, Kumail Nanjiani (who stars as himself) and Emily Gordon (played by Zoe Kazan). If you've seen the trailer (which was hard to escape in recent weeks), the movie plays out EXACTLY as advertised. I am not spoiling anything (check the movie's title) when I say that Emily incurs a major medical scare, and it provides plenty of opportunity for extended interaction between Emily's parents (played by Holly Hunter and Ray Romano) and Kumail, "Loving someone so much sucks", pines Emily's dad as they deal with EMily's situation.
A surprisingly sizeable portion of the movie is devoted to exploring the huge cultural differences facing Pakistanis living in the US, and the ensuing family pressure on Pakistanis to do things the "right" (Pakistani) way. The movie is a bit too long for its own good, and sharper editing could've easily trimmed the running time by about 15 min. without losing anything essential from the flow of the movie. But in the end it's a minor quibble, as "The Big Sick" is a sweet love story that will tug at your heart.