Lulu Garcia-Navarro. In the new romantic comedy Always Be My Maybethe romantic male lead is a dorky dude living with his dad. His love interest is a famous woman who is not too busy for men.
Ali Wong's instant Netflix classic deftly subverts so many tired Hollywood tropes. When the Netflix hit film Always Be My Maybe opened with a young Sasha Tran Ali Wong cooking herself a spam and rice dinner, eating alone while her parents worked into the night, visions stirred of my own childhood spent in front of Full House reruns while my parents toiled at our family restaurant. The authenticity of this first scene was inescapable, hitting me with nostalgia and forgone loneliness.
Marriage is already complicated. Mix in the birth of your first child and suddenly the small moments are completely magnified beyond control. During a candid conversation with his coworker, he says after watching his wife give birth, he is just unable to have sex with her.
You can add another award to the impressive resume of the Commitment, a movie based on a true life story of an Asian American and white biracial gay couple who adopt a baby. The movie is directed by and stars Albert Chan, who himself adopted a baby with his his husband. How long were you and your husband in a relationship before you decided you wanted to have children? We met ingot engaged in when Massachusetts became the first state in the US to legalize same-sex marriage, and got married in
This story contains minor spoilers for Always Be My Maybe. The actor Randall Park and the comedian Ali Wong had a script in need of a director—and Khan had been their first choice all along. What about oooour movie?
It's often said that August is one of the slowest times for movies, with most summer blockbusters having come and gone and fall's Oscar season picks not yet out. But August is not your normal time at the theater, thanks to the release of a little movie called Crazy Rich Asians. The Singapore-set rom-com is not only one of the most highly-anticipated films of the year, but a groundbreaking project due to the fact that it's the first major Hollywood movie to star Asian actors in 25 years.
Wong stars in the Netflix original as Sasha Tran, a celebrity chef with a dashing fiance Daniel Dae Kim and a picture-perfect future within her grasp. In San Francisco to open a new restaurant, she reconnects with her childhood friend Marcus Kim Parkan unambitious musician who still lives at home. Years have passed since the blowout that led to their estrangement as teenagers.
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Baby is a independent filmconsidered part of the hood film genre. The film tells the story of an Asian-American youth's gang life in East Los Angelesset during the mid '80s to the early '90s. Baby is the tragic story of an Asian-American youth trapped in the seedy, dead-end world of hostess barspool halls and drug dens that characterize East Los Angeles gang life in the s.