The film, as its name implies, centres on Gurneal "Neal" Ahluwalia and Nikkita "Nikki" Bakshi (Uday Chopra and Tanisha), two Canadians of Indian descent, born and raised in British Columbia... See full summary »
Albert isn't the brightest bulb on the block, but he's got his best friends George and Ernie to help him out. The only problem is they're just as dumb as he is. The trio constantly land way over their heads in a comical tale of the blind leading the blind. Written by
Sharp As Marbles is about three dumb video store clerks - Albert, Ernie and George who can't seem to stay out of trouble. Albert and Ernie are two lovable characters with hearts of gold, while George on the other hand only thinks of himself. The funny thing about this movie is, the more Albert and Ernie screw up, the more trouble George finds himself in. The movie follows the trio through numerous adventures, meeting lots of interesting characters along the way. (My favorites were Abdul the Indian store owner and the two punk rockers from the rock group GOB) Sharp as Marbles is a very funny movie with a great ending that will put a smile on your face. It's definitely a feel good movie.
35 of 54 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?