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Hundred Percent (1998)

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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Portrayal of Asian Americans
25 September 1998 | by (San Francisco, California, USA) – See all my reviews

Hundred Percent is a movie I'm not accustomed to seeing on a movie screen. It's not often you get to see a movie where all the main characters are Asian. Not only that but each character isn't portrayed as the usual stereotypical Asian role such as a Chinese cook, someone with a heavy accent, or some genius who gets all A's. In the movie the audience gets to see what it's like to be Asian American. Each character is diverse in lifestyles and well as personality wise. What I was impressed about was how easily you could identify yourself if not someone else you may know to each character in some shape or form. Life is full of diversity and as Asians go we are diverse in our own ways.


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