Released right before the Halloween season, this average, low-budget film seems to cater to young audiences before scarier films, like “Halloween” (2018), start premiering.
"‘Oh, are they good Asians or bad Asians?’ How about, are we good filmmakers or bad filmmakers? Good actors or bad actors?” Claire N. Park sits down with cast and crew of Crazy Rich Asians.
A more extensive concern is validated by the fact that Bo Burnham has spent the majority of his life performing and talking about performance.
The movie lacks development and exploration, leaving much to be anticipated—or, little to be anticipated—for the last film in the trilogy.
Michael Crichton and Steven Spielberg have left so many messages and ideas for us to unpack. 25 years later, the film still “finds a way.”
Besides its intricate plot, the film’s characters and the wonderful actors who portray them are some of its strongest assets.