What creates this film work is the recital from all the artists. It's a grand slam presentation. Beginning from the pinnacle, Jon Hamm played JB Bernstein and if this film draws out in the fall, I'd say he'd be a better nominee for Best Actor of the Oscars. It will be a worthy suggestion. Lake Bell played as the love interest and neighbour for JB. She performs an incredible job as the arbitrator between the boys and JB, assisting JB to go down to earth to act toward the boy right. At last, the two Indian players, Dinesh and Rinku participated by Indian actors Madhur Mittal and Suraj Sharma. These 2 are the actors of the show. From the start, you turn out to be emotionally devoted in them and in their expedition. You desire them to succeed.
At last, a non-enthusiastic movie that you can dare to watch and still worth seeing. Was Disney is making a small marketing of themselves? Trading this film to the increasing Indian society in the US and a larger global audience in India? I didn't notice any Indian citizen in the viewers in a theatre, but it creates 10 million dollars during its initial week, not so bad for a movie going up towards Godzilla.