Three Asian men live in L.A. Isaac is a romantic coffee shop worker, who waits for the woman of his dreams, and loses his balance after meeting a femme fatale called Thaise. Slim is a ... See full summary »

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Three Asian men live in L.A. Isaac is a romantic coffee shop worker, who waits for the woman of his dreams, and loses his balance after meeting a femme fatale called Thaise. Slim is a Rastafarian smoking pot all the time, who is trying to elude a local mobster. Troy is an actor, who has to choose between his career and his girlfriend. Written by Anonymous

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A Comedy with a Slightly Different Slant

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Great movie needs audience
8 October 2005 | by (SF, CA) – See all my reviews

I saw Hundred Percent during the Asian film fest at the Art Institute of Chicago some years ago. Using multiple plot lines and mixing humor with a bit of light drama, Hundred Percent was really a fun, entertaining movie, featuring the talents of Dustin Nguyen, Tamilyn Tomita, Garrett Wang, and others. The audience was truly laughing out loud in the theater. The movie also did a good job of showcasing Asian American talent, but also illustrated the scarcity of non-stereotypical roles for Asian American actors. It is truly a shame that this film never found a wide release or even a return appearance on the independent or Asian film circuit. Perhaps one day somebody will bring it to DVD for the masses to enjoy?


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