New York (2009)
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A contemporary tale of friendship set against the backdrop of the Big Apple, New Delhi director Kabir Khan's Hindi-language drama tells the tale of three young friends whose lives are profoundly affected by circumstances beyond their control. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for New York
Kabir Khan uses thriller conventions to address such issues as the suspension of civil liberties and the [US] government's ever-expanding power to harass, detain and deny due process to detainees.
Although the film is a routine thriller with few surprises, it deserves attention because its topic, even eight years after Sept. 11, is one that many South Asian Americans still take very seriously.
Kabir Khan's New York -- part Bollywood potboiler, part overwrought examination of the war on terror -- is a slice of the Big Apple that you should skip.
A predictable, brow-furrowing drama (sadly songless except for a couple of Sunday-in-the-park montage sequences) about the effects of 9/11 (and 9/11 paranoia) on some South Asian immigrants living in New York.
It's a remarkable history, rich in comedy and occasionally heartbreaking, filled with wise reflections and strange digressions about the wonders of life.
Audience Reviews for New York
Great Lord! Third Mukesh Generation. Neil Nitin Mukesh didnt inherit the voice of his father and grandfather Mukesh but HE IS SO HANDSOME!
Regarding the Movie, one should see it themselves, it such a emotion roller coaster ride. Besides sometimes it is really catchy to write reviews on Movies related to 9/11.
Wow Irfan Khan as a FBI agent was great in the Movie.
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