Four Samosas

critic Reviews

, 63% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    Its plot may run out of gas, but “Four Samosas” never stops being likable.
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    Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    There's simultaneously too much and not enough Wes Anderson in the Indian-American comedy Four Samosas, a warm-but-flat heist pic.
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    Beatrice LoayzaNew York Times
    Colorful and handsomely composed like a Wes Anderson movie, but far from that director’s world of gloomy, globe-trotting dandies, “Four Samosas” is a jovial romp through the Indian enclave of Artesia located outside of Los Angeles.
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    Lena WilsonTheWrap
    Excessive hipster-ness can be endearing, if done right, but “Four Samosas” woefully lacks the substance needed to buoy such overstylization.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    This scrappy romantic comedy compensates for its low-budget constraints with endearing characters and freewheeling charm.
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    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    If there's a major issue ... it's in how much effort Kapoor puts into making all of this come across as quirky.
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    Christopher LloydThe Film Yap
    A precious comedy about a ill-considered grocery store heist that just isn't nearly as cute and engaging as it thinks it is.
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    Brian OrndorfBlu-ray.com
    There’s a fresh, engaging cast here that’s ready to play with the material, offering bright performances and decent timing in this somewhat strange but likable study of mistakes and community peculiarities.
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    Neely SwansonEasy Reader (California)
    The dialogue is mundane and the comedy is rather juvenile. The acting is not particularly good, with everyone trying too hard. Despite all of that, and this is the intangible, the film will leave you smiling. Go figure.
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    Roger MooreMovie Nation
    The picture kind of goes to pieces in the third act, but not before we’ve had a fantasized Bollywood production number — produced on the cheap — and lots of gags about haplessness, loserdom and goat feces.
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