Ajay Sreebhashyamon 25th Mar 2004, 4:45pm | Permalink
Well written. One question - when was the last time you went out of the country or applied for a visa? All the cliches are there for a reason-it's the truth. Agreed, the movie could have been better made, but IMHO, any attempt at calling a spade a spade deserves more than a *1/2. And I thought Murali's little rave in the courtroom was not bad at all. But a well written piece.
This film is an embarrassment to watch. And we don't just mean for Indians or Andhraites. GCF is a cringe-fest especially for people watching it on 70mm; they have nowhere else to look. Never was the remote-control so sorely missed.
The movie has been strung together using all the clichés in Clichéland. So what starts out a good idea ends up falling over its feet, face-first into a puddle. And sadly enough, even this is not funny.
Green Card Fever is the rather apt name of an immigration office in Ohio that feeds off the desperation of hundreds of people whose visas hav....