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The Big Sick

 Based on a true story, The Big Sick tells the story of Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani), a stand-up comedian in Chicago, who falls in love with a woman named Emily (Zoe Kazan). Kumail stresses about telling his Pakistani parents about dating a white girl and the relationship suffers because of it, but when Emily suddenly falls ill and is put into a medically-induced coma, he must deal with Emily's parents as well as his and Emily's future.

 

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 This movie is rated R almost entirely because of language. But ClearPlay can easily edit out the 9 sexual comments, the 4 mild obscenities and the 52 F-words.

 

Nevertheless, the subject matter is still pretty heavy after the filters have cleaned up the language. After all, it's about a woman with an illness that they can't diagnose and a man who struggles with his religious heritage. So, this isn't a movie for children, but it's a well-made dramatic romantic comedy with a positive message of self-acceptance.

 

So, Will The Big Sick Make You Feel Better?

 The Big Sick starts out as a pretty standard movie about a comedian trying to make it big, but then takes a dramatic turn into something different and dark, yet humorous and engaging. I've only seen Kumail Nanjiani play goofy characters, but he can actually emote, and the rest of the cast make this story feel completely believable—which could be because it's based on a true story. It's a surprisingly impressive film.

 

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Star Trek Beyond

As the USS Enterprise continues its travels through deep space on a five-year assignment, Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) is growing restless. However, when the Enterprise is attacked, and Kirk and his crew are left stranded on an uncharted and dangerous planet, the captain must use every resource he can find to save his crew and get back to his original mission.


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There is scattered offensive language in this movie, mostly by Bones (Karl Urban). There are also some violent deaths and injuries that the filters can tone down. Sexual relationships are implied, but not shown and Kirk and his crew drink alcoholic beverages. It’s all very PG-13 in tone, but it’s still more edgy than the original series and Star Trek movies.


So Does this Movie Boldly Go Where No Movie Has Gone Before?

While I am not a Trekkie, I have enjoyed each film in the rebooted series and Star Trek Beyond is no exception. This is a fun movie. It’s directed by Justin Lin (from the Fast & Furious series), so you can expect plenty of action and plenty of ridiculousness, as well as some pandering to the Star Trek fans. This franchise still has some life left in it.

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The Big Sick

 Based on a true story, The Big Sick tells the story of Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani), a stand-up comedian in Chicago, who falls in love with a woman named Emily (Zoe Kazan). Kumail stresses about telling his Pakistani parents about dating a white girl and the relationship suffers because of it, but when Emily suddenly falls ill and is put into a medically-induced coma, he must deal with Emily's parents as well as his and Emily's future.

 

ClearPlay in Action

 This movie is rated R almost entirely because of language. But ClearPlay can easily edit out the 9 sexual comments, the 4 mild obscenities and the 52 F-words.

 

Nevertheless, the subject matter is still pretty heavy after the filters have cleaned up the language. After all, it's about a woman with an illness that they can't diagnose and a man who struggles with his religious heritage. So, this isn't a movie for children, but it's a well-made dramatic romantic comedy with a positive message of self-acceptance.

 

So, Will The Big Sick Make You Feel Better?

 The Big Sick starts out as a pretty standard movie about a comedian trying to make it big, but then takes a dramatic turn into something different and dark, yet humorous and engaging. I've only seen Kumail Nanjiani play goofy characters, but he can actually emote, and the rest of the cast make this story feel completely believable—which could be because it's based on a true story. It's a surprisingly impressive film.

 

Joel Hilton – ClearPlay Marriage Arranger

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