Original Review by Jonathan Broxton. It was a groundbreaking film as it was one of the first mainstream American films to feature an almost exclusively East Asian cast — mostly from China, Japan, Macau, and Vietnam — and at the time it was a seen as a major step forward for Asian-American cinema. It has taken until this year, 25 years later, for this feat to be repeated, with the release of Crazy Rich Asians, directed by Jon Chu from the best-selling novel by Kevin Kwan. The film is a fairly conventional romantic comedy-drama which stars Constance Wu as Rachel, an economics professor living in New York with a handsome long-term boyfriend named Nick Henry Golding. Nick is invited to a family wedding back home in Singapore, and asks Rachel to go with him; to her shock and amazement, she discovers that Nick comes from an immensely wealthy family of real estate developers.
Astrid and the Earrings. Brian Tyler. Love Theme from Crazy Rich Asians. Approaching The Palace. Arrival in Singapore. Rainy Nights in London. Hide the Jimmy Choos. Cousin Eddie and Cousin Alistair. We'll Get Through It Together.
Chu from a screenplay by Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim. The film was accompanied by both a soundtrack album with contributions from various artists and an original motion picture score album composed by Brian Tyler. Pictures and August 23, , internationally. It is noted as the first film in the modern setting by a major Hollywood studio to feature a majority Asian cast since 's The Joy Luck Club. A sequel is in development. During the film's production process, director Jon M.
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