Boogie is a 2021 American drama film directed by Eddie Huang. This film Produced by Josh Bratman, Michael Tadross, Josh McLaughlin and Written by Eddie Huang.
The film starring Taylour Paige, Bashar “Pop Smoke” Jackson, Pamelyn Chee, Perry Yung, Mike Moh, Domenick Lombardozzi, Steve Coulter and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. in the leading roles.
Boogie movie music composed by Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Pop Smoke, Cinematography Brett Jutkiewicz and Edited work done by Joan Sobel. This film Distributed by Focus Features released on March 5, 2021.
New York-based basketball freak Alfred “Boogie” Chin dreams of one day playing in the NBA. While his parents try to focus on getting a scholarship to an elite college, Boogie must find a way to find a new friend, a high school, a rival in the field, and the Burden of Hope. This arrogance belonged to Takahashi, who was a bit vulnerable when his girlfriend first arrested him.
Boogie’s father, Mr. Chin, returns from prison with an impossible plan: take his son to the NBA. Either way, the only way to do this is to beat a black player named Monk (Pop Smoke) in Brooklyn. It gives a strange racial dynamic to the story: Boogie has to be better than his black rival to make his parents proud and move on in life.
Even worse, there are ways the characters are portrayed outside of the Chin family’s home. While dysfunctional families have room for ambition, doubt and emotions, Monk Crush and Boogie are reduced to standard characters, Eleanor (Taylor Paige).
During Boogie, the terrifying filter platform decided to completely collapse every 3-10 seconds. I think most of what I see in this movie is continuous and only shows for a minute. It took just 89 minutes, but almost two hours. The experience of watching this movie was so uncomfortable that.
I almost thought I wouldn’t see it again, but felt compelled to give some of the credit because writer and director Eddie Huang (who is making his directorial debut here) ) wanted to make a story. This affects the age of arrival of Asian Americans.
Set in modern-day New York City, Boogie follows a young Chinese-American basketball phenomenon. Who tries to balance the hopes of his immigrant family with his dream of becoming an NBA player. The photo shows Huang’s directorial debut, who also wrote the screenplay.
Huang is a resurrection man best known for writing Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir, the first Asian-American sitcom televised by Margaret Chos All American Girl, which became a popular ABC drama in 2014.
The characters are flexible in colorful jerseys and sparkly necklaces, and the basketball game is largely choreographic. The severity of the movie has its drawbacks. There is a sense of persistence in Boogie’s attitude as a character that also appears in the movie.
And while the boogie leaves room for introspection on her identity. That’s an understatement when it comes to her black personality. It’s a talented movie, but it doesn’t make it to the big leagues.