i saw this last night and i must classify it as a definite guilty pleasure! there isn't a single original bone in it's body, but it is so well done you can't help but enjoy it. i caught myself (and my girlfriend) with very large smiles on our faces throughout most of the movie. that is a definite good sign. the movie tells the story of two girls, jess and jules. jess and jules both want to play soccer. however, both girls have parents with different expectations. jess's indian parents want her to marry, learn to cook traditional dishes, etc. jules's mother wants her to be a girly-girl, date cute boys, etc. the two of them become friends and chaos (of various proportions) ensues. various subplots are employed, but well balanced. quite a few awkward moments are well done. there was a single plot involving jess's best friend that i didn't buy for a second, but it did lead to one of the best one-liners in the movie. the comparisons to 'my big fat greek wedding' are inevitable, especially the ability for the movie to show the values (and quirks) of another culture. i give this movie a solid "B"