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Crazy Rich Asians
An American-born Chinese economics professor accompanies her boyfriend to Singapore for his best friend's wedding, only to get thrust into the lives of Asia's rich and famous.
|Studio :||Color Force,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Director,|
|Cast :||Constance Wu Henry Golding Michelle Yeoh Gemma Chan Sonoya Mizuno|
i know i wasted 90 mins of my life.
Best movie of this year hands down!
I have absolutely never seen anything like this movie before. You have to see this movie.
I didn’t really have many expectations going into the movie (good or bad), but I actually really enjoyed it. I really liked the characters and the banter between them.
Surely people won't get something out of this film that they don't expect. It's a Hollywood-ized romantic comedy through and through, but the diversity at its core makes it stand out, and it's also funnier and wittier than most of its kind.
Crazy Rich Asians has something for everyone. Whether that's the passionate romance, eccentric comedic characters, stunning visuals (Singapore is truly amazing), or a window into "Crazy Rich Asian" culture, one thing this film doesn't lack is entertainment. It explores a lifestyle that most of us will never even come close to experiencing, and it's an enjoyable ride of vicarious living in the form of a Rom-Com.If there's one thing this film is lacking it's originality (in terms of the story line). To me, it felt like a modern, more extravagant version of meet the parents, with the boyfriend/girlfriend roles being switched. Boy meets girl, boy takes girl home to family, girl is not accepted by family, a lot of drama is involved, girl ends up being accepted in the end. Not that this is necessarily a bad story line, it was just very predictable.That being said, the clash of cultures and social norms is something that separates this movie from the typical romantic comedy. There's much more to it than a simple love story, and in the end it's a thought-provoking, unique film that will leave almost all viewers satisfied.
I saw "Crazy Rich Asians", starring Constance Wu-Fresh Off the Boat_tv, Eastsiders_tv; Henry Golding-This is his first movie but he was on the Bachelorette_tv this year; Michelle Yeoh-Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, The Mummy:Tomb of the Emperor and Awkwafina-Ocean's Eight, Neighbors 2:Sorority Rising. This is a better than average rom-com that is based on a book-of the same name-by Kevin Kwan. It is also part of a trilogy, the other two books are called 'China Rich Girlfriend' and 'Rich People Problems'. This is the first western produced film with an exclusively all Asian cast in about 25 years-the last one was 'The Joy Luck Club' if I'm not mistaken. Constance plays a New York teacher that is dating Henry. When Henry gets an invite to a friend's wedding in Singapore, he decides it's time Constance met his family so he invites her along. Awkwafina plays Constance's long time friend that tags along, too, and she is hilarious. When they arrive is when Constance first finds out that he is from a very wealthy family. Michelle plays Henry's stuck-in-tradition mother that does not approve of his choice of girls-she is half American and not a true blooded Chinese girl. There are some cameos of Asian actors that you might recognize. I remember seeing Ken Jeong from the Hangover movies and Ronny Chieng from the Daily Show. There are some music covers, some sung in Chinese. If you like rom-coms, you should enjoy this one. It's rated "PG-13" for suggestive material and language and has a running time of 2 hours. I would probably buy it on DVD.
I rarely go see films of this nature and was so pleasantly surprised. The film was such an emotional rollercoaster with its own subtle twists and turns throwing Asian stereotypes on its head while explaining and examining others. This is what films should do...illuminate life, culture and experience.