"Crazy Rich Asians": Like Saving Face, Crazy Rich Asians is a more modern romantic comedy film, celebrated primarily for its ensemble of Asian actors. Here the adversary takes the form of socio-economic class, with the two sides being Rachel and Nick's family---particularly his mother. In one respect, it was refreshing to see genuine Asian representation, but the film is frustrating in regards to its dependency on the ultra rich. Here there is not much to be said about how the representations of Asians are, since it is fairly genuine, instead the critiques come from the other tropes the film utilizes. Another positive of the film is how they go against the "man is the bread earner of the family" idea, with the relationship of Nicks sister and her husband who cheats. Overall, the film was quite good and has paved the wave for a (hopefully) long era of true Asian American cinema.