Let's do a little mental exercise here, the same sort that the screenplay writer, Sarah Thorp, must have done. Remember the ground rules: The movie must contain only cliches. I used to test this exercise on my film class. I'd give them the genre, and begin sentences ending with an ellipsis. They'd compete to be first to shout out the answer.
Why, oh, why, was this movie necessary? Could it have been redeemed by witty dialogue? Perhaps, but neither is allowed to speak more than efficient sentences serving to further the plot. Hollywood movies started to simplify the dialogue when half the gross started to roll in from overseas. Has anyone noticed the great majority of nations dub foreign-made movies, so that subtitles aren't a problem?
Butler is a hunk who can also act; he's currently starring in Ralph Fiennes' "Coriolanus." Aniston is a gifted comedienne. If you could pay their salaries, wouldn't you try to put them in a better movie? I saw the poster and had a sinking feeling the title gave away the whole story.
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According to Variety, Taylor-Johnson made an appearance during Sony's presentation at the CineEurope conference, where he touched on his experience filming Kraven the Hunter. The MCU veteran stars as the title character in the movie and has been kept busy with his production schedule, as he revealed that Kraven had been "shot entirely on location."
Parents need to know that The Tiger Hunter is a 1979-set dramedy about a man (Danny Pudi) who leaves his native India and journeys to New York to pursue the American Dream. Though it's an American movie, it was produced in the Bollywood tradition (i.e., as if it would be facing heavy censorship), so it has virtually no violence, sex, language, consumerism, or drinking/drugs/smoking. In one scene, the main character's father hunts a tiger and holds a rifle, but all shooting/killing happens offscreen. (The slain tiger's tail is even shown swinging along with a musical number.) There's a mild joke centered around two men in a bathroom stall who are trying to remove a pair of pants that belong to a shared suit; a man overhears them and thinks something sexual is going on. The story isn't exactly innovative, but the characters are very likable, and even though it flirts with stereotypes, it also tries to spin them in a positive way.
In THE TIGER HUNTER, it's 1979, and Sami (Danny Pudi) wants to win the heart of the girl he loves, Ruby (Karen David), and to live up to the legacy of his father -- the tiger hunter of the movie's title. So he moves from his small village in India to New York to become an engineer. Of course, nothing goes as planned, and Sami winds up moving into a tiny apartment already occupied by a dozen other misplaced souls (mostly Indian) and takes a temporary job as a draftsman. When Ruby and her strict father visit, Sami pretends to be living in a mansion that actually belongs to the boss's son, Alex (Jon Heder), to impress them. But the lie is exposed. Sami's only chance to set things right is to solve a problem his company can't crack: how to make a microwave oven that doesn't explode.
Happily, the movie doesn't end with Sami landing his dream job and becoming a millionaire. Better still, he learns how to enjoy life's small moments. And though he races to get the girl in the final act, it's not a race against time that ends with a tear-stained speech. Rather, it becomes a casual, sightseeing road trip with friends; the ending is left ambiguous. The charming Pudi (of Community) is a big reason all of this works, but credit must also go to co-writer Sameer Asad Gardezi and writer/director Lena Khan for holding it all together (and not exploding like a microwave). Not to mention that the 1970s-era fashions, cars, and props are fabulous. 2b1af7f3a8