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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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Slim Kim
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Isaac
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Troy Tashima
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Crankshaft
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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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21 March 1998 (USA)  »

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Anachronistic and Laughable
3 December 1998 | by (Los Angeles CA) – See all my reviews

I saw this at the Asian Film Fest here in LA last May. Its aims are admirable and a lot of amusing stereotypes are held up for display in this movie. It's kewl to see some Asian actors get big parts in a good-looking movie at least.

But the dialogue is pretty trite and too many characters are underdeveloped. Its attempts at "hip" references and humor are mostly just embarrassing and laughable in the wrong way. It's OK for unintentional humor but not much else. And some of the performances...whew!!! Cringe city. Tamlyn T., Dustin and Garrett are pretty good but it goes downhill from there.

Too bad. A squandered opportunity cuz it's got some great cinematography and production values. too bad the writing stinks to high heaven and the story is reeeeaaaallly uninteresting---really just a hodgepodge of 20something Asian-Am issues and themes smattered about with no interesting structure or dimension to hold them.


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