Kissing Cousins NR

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"A hard-hearted bachelor, working as a "relationship termination specialist," fools his friends into believing he is capable of a relationship by enlisting the help of his charming and attractive cousin. Complications ensue."

Starring:
Samrat Chakrabarti, Rebecca Hazelwood
Runtime:
1 hour 39 minutes

Kissing Cousins

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Genres Comedy
Director Amyn Kaderali
Starring Samrat Chakrabarti, Rebecca Hazelwood
Supporting actors David Alan Grier, Manish Goyal, Brian Kent, Beverley Hamilton, Ryun Yu, Sharon Gardner, James Cutts, Tag, Kate DiRienzo-Payne, Doyle Sharp, Bradford Anderson, Retta, Shawn Michael Patrick, P.J. Byrne, Rebecca Hazlewood, Jaleel White, Zack Ward, Brian Graham
Studio Cinema Libre
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Very clever story and witty lines throughout.
Y. Kaderali
I've been waiting for it to come out since the day I saw it and I'm happy that it's finally released.
CaptainMint
My third problem with the movie -- two cousins falling in love isn't wrong.
Roxanne F

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Roxanne F on December 25, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My problems with this movie are threefold. One, Amir (the main character) is a "relationship termination specialist", which is fine if as an actual job prospect suicide-inducing, but he takes a picture of every single person whose relationship he terminates, usually in the middle of said person's breakdown, and the reason for this is never explained. Possibly Amir has some sociopathic tendencies, or possibly the scriptwriters need to realize that "quirky" and "possibly a sociopath" are not quite the same thing, and maybe if the audience members are left to their own conclusions on that matter the script could do with some tightening up. Also Amir never gets punched in the face in the various montages in which he takes pictures of grown men weeping like children while their feathered and chained handcuffs are returned to them from their SOs, and that is ridiculously unrealistic. Hell, even if we conform to the stereotypes and an eighty-year-old grandmother is one of Amir's unlucky "dumpees" on bequest of a client, even SHE would probably punch him in the face if he was taking a freaking PICTURE of her having her HEART DESTROYED. C'mon now. And Amir is smug and unfeeling enough in some of those montages to deserve it.

Two, Amir's cousin (who he thinks he is in love with) is not a good person. She is very flirty (sexually flirty) with him, and that's fine, because regardless of what this movie claims THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR COUSIN (that will be addressed further in my third problem with this movie).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Karmazin on April 8, 2011
Format: DVD
While I did enjoy the movie in a low key way, I found everything Roxanne F said in her review to be true. And the ending was badly done. I felt as if Amir was thrown with the friend's sister, sort of like a teenager being made to attend a dance with his mother's friend's icky daughter. The problem wasn't the actors themselves, but the writing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Y. Kaderali on October 1, 2009
Format: DVD
This movie was awesome. It has some Indian flare to it, and had me cracking up through the whole thing. Very clever story and witty lines throughout. Why wouldnt you watch this! Great flick overall.
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