'Crazy Rich Asians' Currently Has A 100% Rating On Rotten Tomatoes!
Crazy Rich Asians has been a highly anticipated film, particularly among the Asian American community. And so far, it has exceeded all expectations!
It seems like the hype surrounding the film ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is totally real. At least, if you trust the reviews on Rotten Tomatoes that is.
Why? Because it currently has a 100% rating after it premiered in Los Angeles earlier this week!
Crazy Rich Asians has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes!
The highly anticipated film has generated a lot of hype, not only because of it’s star-studded cast, but also because it’s the first major Hollywood film in 25 years to have Asian Americans in the lead role.
The film was adapted from the best-selling book of the same name written by Kevin Kwan.
It talks about an Asian American from New York who meets her boyfriend, Nick’s family for the first time. Little does she know that he’s from a high-profile family in Singapore, and is one of the country’s most-eligible bachelors.
Her worst fears suddenly come to life as she meets Nick’s disapproving mother, and
Reviews have all been positive for Crazy Rich Asians
The film stars Constance Wu in the leading role, opposite up-and-coming actor Henry Golding. It also stars Michelle Yeoh, Ken Jeong, and rapper Awkwafina.
Here are some reviews from fans who have seen the movie:
Sat in THE liveliest crowd for a screening of #CrazyRichAsians last night. You would have thought that movie was filmed before a live studio audience—cheering, applause, gasps, and LOLs all throughout. Really enjoyed it.— Emmanuel Cayanan (@EmanAboutTown) August 9, 2018
I was star-struck meeting Michelle Yeoh! All I wanted to do was chat with her, but we had to pose instead. Such an odd profession! BTW, she was INCREDIBLE in #crazyrichasians!! Love her! Hope to work with her one day! ??? https://t.co/PebfCbMO6g— Ming-Na Wen (@MingNa) August 8, 2018
Just watched #CrazyRichAsians last night and I am so filled with pride. Finally a movie that made me feel badass, funny, and sophisticated while staying true to Asian culture. Even if you aren’t Asian, you will find yourself in these characters. SEE. THIS. MOVIE. SEE. THIS. MOVIE— Ross Butler (@RossButler) August 8, 2018
Crazy Rich Asians is coming out on theaters this August 15th, so be sure to mark it on your calendars!
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