10 Must See Crazy Rich Asians Films

10 Must See Crazy Rich Asians Films ...

Ten Must See Crazy Rich Asians Films

Michelle Yeoh is at the height of her popularity now, after winning her first Best Actress Oscar, and people may be interested in her filmography, including Crazy Rich Asians, which featured Yeoh in a very different role than her Everything Everywhere All At Once role. Here are ten possibilities for those who have seen the film Crazy Rich Asians recently.

10 Must-See Movies Like Crazy Rich Asians

Roman Holiday by William Wyler isn't about wealthy Asians, but it is about a rich lifestyle. Audrey Hepburn, in yet another remarkable performance that earned her an Oscar, plays Crown princess Ann, who falls in love with a reporter, played by Gregory Peck, on her European tour.

Crazy Rich Asians is a fantastic wedding film, with a Greek-American cast (as opposed to Asian Americans in Crazy Rich Asians) and follows Toula (John Corbett) into a white Anglo-Saxon protestant. It was a smash hit at the box office in 2012 and earned a Best Original Screenplay nomination at the Oscars.

Let's talk about Wedding Crashers, a film that has developed a cult following based on Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn's humorous performances. Their paths eventually lead them to Rachel McAdams' Claire and Isla Fisher's Gloria, and as they say, the rest is history.

Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is about to marry Dominic Cooper's Sky, her true love, and she is wondering who is out of three possible candidates played by Stellan Skarsgörd, Colin Firth, and Pierce Brosnan. Oh, and there are a lot of Abba musical numbers; have I not sold you yet?

Ryan Gosling's in Crazy, Stupid Love, a romantic comedy starring Marisa Tomei, Emma Stone, Kevin Baco, Julianne Moore, and Steve Carell, has become a new icon in the genre.

The Big Sick is a film about two people from different ethnic backgrounds who enlisted the Best Original Screenplay award.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before, by Jenny Han, is a teen romantic comedy about Lara Jean (Lana Condor), who secretly writes letters to all the boys she falls for, but keeps them in a closet for her own personal collection. Almost anyone would expect that those letters will be discovered and sent to their intended recipients, and Lara Jean will have to face her social awkwardness and accept her feelings.

Always Be My Maybe, starring Ali Wong and Randall Park as childhood friends, has received praise from critics and followers for its charm, charismatic leaders, and on-screen chemistry.

The Farewell follows a Chinese American family who reunites after learning their grandmother has little time left but vows not to tell her. Awkwafina, who has already appeared in Crazy Rich Asians, headlines the film as Billi Wang, an aspiring writer who has a strong connection to her grandmother.

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti, two strangers who meet at a wedding, get caught up in a time loop and fully exploit all the different genres it draws from, including drama, romance, and science-fiction.

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