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Quarter Life Crisis (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 6 May 2006 (USA)
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 ... See full summary »


Kiran Merchant


Rehana Mirza (screenplay), Kiran Merchant (screenplay) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Maulik Pancholy ... Neil Desai
Lisa Ray ... Angel Matthews
Russell Peters ... Dilip Kumar
Manu Narayan ... Jonathan
Jackson Loo Jackson Loo ... Mo
Sammy Chand Sammy Chand ... Ricky
Debargo Sanyal Debargo Sanyal ... Rahul
Katie Lowes ... Gemini
Erickka Jones Erickka Jones ... Rita
Cordelia Reynolds ... Miranda
Gioia Marchese ... Lena
Valerie Jean Garduno ... Fiona (as Val Jegar)
Lori Vega ... Shauna (as Lori McNally)
Taryn Grimes ... Cherise
Christie Lynn Devoe Christie Lynn Devoe ... Amy


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. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Nicely done, romantic and funny, there are a few spots that might offend
17 November 2012 | by inkblot11See all my reviews

Neil (Maulik Pancholy) is nearing thirty and has, finally, just moved in with his longtime girlfriend, Angel (Lisa Ray). But, instead of "couple bliss", Neil is experiencing personal turmoil. This togetherness is a huge step, for he has one set of toes in bachelorville and the other in commitment. Many of his friends, you see, are footloose and fancy free. Then, too, he is pondering his chosen career and other weighty life matters. Therefore, he is, as some pals state, having a "quarter life crisis", where decisions he makes are likely to affect the rest of his days. Angel, on the other hand, has no qualms about inviting Neil to share her life and doesn't understand why he is stepping away. But, they choose to spend some days apart. Urged by his friends, Neil tries "speed dating" to see if there is another lady who might suit him better. Mayhem ensues. Next, Neil goes to other various pickup spots, in a frenzy of panic. What he doesn't seem to do is indulge in some heavy thinking or call Angel to discuss matters. Is this couple headed for romantic disaster? This movie has some good points to make about the 20-somethings issues, which indeed are as heavy as those in midlife crisis. Yes, it is a big step to finally give your heart to one person and to solidify your career pursuits. As Neil, Pancholy gives a comic and tender performance and Ray compliments him nicely. The rest of the cast, a mixture of Hindi and non-Hindi members, is fun as well. The sets in Manhattan are always a treat while costumes, script and the energetic direction move things along in a smooth manner. For some, there are some scenes of a sexual nature that might offend. But, as they are minimal, most viewers won't be extremely upset. So, if you like romcoms, here is another one to secure for some quiet night at home.

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6 May 2006 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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