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This movie was thoroughly entertaining. I could not stop watching. I wanted to see what was going to happen next. It stars several of my favorite comedians--Bobby Lee, Margaret Cho, and some favorite actors like Kelvin Han Yee and Brian Tee.
The movie starts out with the family thinking the young toddler would die before the age of 30 unless he found a bride and got married. After a failed try, he heads for South Korea to work on an advertising campaign. He meets the woman of his dreams at the meeting, and then again at a karaoke bar. He goes back home and keeps up an internet relationship with her. He eventually proposes and she comes to USA to get married.
When she arrives, he finds out she isn't what he expected. I won't spoil it here for you. You will have to watch to find out what happens.
The movie is full of surprises and laughs. Christine Yoo did a fabulous job directing this movie. It's one of those movies that are fun to see over and over.
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