Movie Review: 'Crazy Rich Asians' is putrid petri dish of obnoxious stereotypes

 
 
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What makes “Crazy Rich Asians” special? 

Why, the all-Asian cast, which hasn’t happened since 1993’s “The Joy Luck Club.” (By the way, a far better movie)

What makes “Crazy Rich Asians” not special?

Everything else. The plot, the characters, the dialogue….

With its putrid petri dish of obnoxious gender stereotypes, this thing could’ve been released in 1961.

Rachel (Constance Wu) is a bright young Chinese-American who teaches economics at NYU. She’s also nice, funny,…


Atlanta Business Journal
Movie Review: 'Crazy Rich Asians' is putrid petri dish of obnoxious stereotypes

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