Crazy Rich Asians
The Only Thing Crazier Than Love is Family.
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We follow a young woman as she accompanies her long-time boyfriend to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore. She is excited about visiting Asia for the first time but nervous about meeting her boyfriend’s family, and is unprepared when she discovers that he is from an extremely wealthy family, and rated one of the top catches for other young women in the territory. On top of having to deal with becoming a target, her possible future mother-in-law looks down on her, considering her to be unworthy of her son. How will love survive such challenges?
120 minutes, No persons under 13 (Language, Prejudice, Drug abuse)
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Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding, Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, Jimmy O. Yang
Jon M. Chu
|Screenplay||Peter Chiarelli, Adele Lim, from the novel by Kevin Kwan|
|Editing||Myron I. Kerstein|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Color Force, SK Global, Warner Bros.|
IMDB page | FPB Report | ScreenIt Report | CommonSenseMedia Report
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|FPB Report (SA)|
|Language||Moderate impact, frequent, used as a form of expression and used to be demeaning to other characters.|
|Prejudice||Low impact, frequent, thematic, and throughout the film.|
|Drug abuse||None (sic)|
|Comments||The film contains complex and mature themes presented in a comedic context mature themes presented in a comedic context, interrogating issues of prejudice, family relations, love, friendship, betrayal, infidelity, secretes, family expaxtions, rich family, sacrifice, forgiveness, jealousy, lies being spreaad, wealth, deception, and a wedding party. The themes carry a low sense of threat and menace. The themes are light-hearted, however, some of the themes might have the potential to cause moral harm. eg. the film carries bad language use which younger viewers might immitate and this would be misleading as they are still of impressionable minds and are still cognitively immature to comprehend such themes. The theme of prejudice is also highlighted in the film, the prejudice in the film is through out the film and is thematic and would therefore be misleading to younger viewers, as they might think that such actions or the use of prejudicial language are ok to use. A suitable age rating would be a 13 as viewers who are 13 and older would have the ability to recognise the context as the themes are treated sensitively and in ways that would be within their tolerance levels.|
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|ScreenIt Report (USA)|
|Sex / Nudity||Violence||Blood / Gore / Gross||Guns /|
|Alcohol / Drugs||Smoking||Disrespectful /|
|Imitative Behaviour||Frightening /|
|Jump Scenes||Tense Family Scenes||Music (Scary/Tense)||Music (Inappropriate)||Topics to talk about|
|CommonSenseMedia Report (USA)|
|Suggested age limit||Positive messages||Positive role models|
|Consumerism||Drinking, drugs, smoking|
|What the Critics say|
|Cape Argus/The StarJamal-Dean Grootboom ||20|
|24.comHerman Eloff ||20|
|ScreenIt (USA)Jim Judy ||14|
|Movie Review Query Engine (USA)MRQE critics ||15|
|CommonSenseMedia (USA)Tara McNamara ||20|
|What the People say|
|The Movie DBCommunity||14|
|Average .. 84%||17|
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