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A prime example of a movie with a meaningful message that fails to deliver on its potential.
Dr. Cabbie does something interesting. It takes a rather serious subject - the fact that immigrants bring vital skills to Canada that are cruelly wasted - and milks the issue for its comic possibilities.
Functioning as light satire, Dr. Cabbie never quite digs deep enough.
It's still a distinctly Canadian movie, delivered entirely in English and lacking the lengthy and well-choreographed dance performances that have become a trademark of Indian cinema.
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