Listen: Chris Perez, Michelle Yeoh, Cancun discussed on Keep It!
"Did you have with Michelle Yeoh in that scene, Android dot, and that was like one of the first things seventy get out of here about. Movie. With Chris paying on that raft. That was wild to me. I was like, I go to different directions. I know that John M Joe was trying to give you seeds of like, oh, Asian men can be, you know, yeah, desire, they can be hot. They could be sexual, but like when Henry Golding Chris Perez. Hang, yeah. Say like on that dot? Just like shirt little in these short shorts, having this conversation with each other. I thought I was watching the Sean. And that we cut the Cancun where two gorgeous manner. It was. I wanna see that move. I. I wanna see those to play Mahjong because that was sexual heat too. And it's. A lot of great chemistry. I don't know. I mean, you can't be like a generational landowner in Singapore without rivers of blood on your hands. Maybe we don't know these people. It just can't be everything to everyone, but that's a larger thing though about this movie being it. I mean, it is such a fun movie and it is a rom com. And the notion that a romantic comedy designed to be as appealing to the most amount of people possible is going to be the most accurate depiction of Asian identity we've ever seen. Unscreened is silly. And so while while like the conversation should be happening, I think it's also it's unfortunate that like they all have to happen about this film because we should be able to have. There should be five films and we're talking about maybe there's an Aquafina type sent and that one in in the way that it's presented in that film allows us to critique it and has different more specific way were a series to be honest because that stuff you bring up, you know about landowners, you know, it's like I would want the soapy drama, you know with Constance, but then also like. Having to deal with the racist history and how this family got the, but you know, to point how do you feel you know that people are sort of getting away from having to make crazy rich agents be everything. Now that we have movies like searching and to all the boys, I loved before, which just recently came out and like people like, oh, make other movies. This peeling back occurred a little bit CARA for fully one calendar year has been like, get your fucking Asian family comedy script."