Boogie Blurry Full Movie Download online leaked by Telegram, Netflix, Tamilrockers,1377x ,Coming-of-age story of Alfred "Boogie" Chin, a basketball phenom living in Queens, New York, who dreams of one day playing in the NBA. While his parents pressure him to focus on earning a scholarship to an elite college, Boogie must find a way to navigate a new girlfriend, high school, on-court rivals and the burden of expectation.

Director: Eddie Huang

Writer: Eddie Huang

Stars: Taylor Takahashi, Pamelyn Chee, Jorge Lendeborg Jr.

The multi-hyphenate writer-restaurateur Eddie Huang is adding a director credit to his resume. With his debut feature “Boogie,” Huang explores some of the tensions in the second-generation American experience—the all or nothing pressure to succeed and make your parents proud, straddling two cultures when it feels like you fit into neither. Not all the pieces of "Boogie" fit neatly together, but it’s a film about a family that doesn’t fit inside the box of a standard inspirational immigrant story. The parents in this movie bicker often—dad (Perry Yung) just got out of jail and mom (Pamelyn Chee) can be a ruthless disciplinarian. Their only son, Alfred "Boogie" Chin (Taylor Takahashi), is angry in the way that young people get when doors are closed on them, seeing limited ways forward in life and being forced to do something they don’t want to.  

As a character, Boogie is a tough act to get into. His macho exterior makes it difficult to show any signs of vulnerability or reflection. He’s stricken with the tone-deaf dating instincts of a young guy who has never talked to girls before. Takahashi’s monotonous delivery of “You have a pretty vagina” to his love interest in the movie is an all-time cringe moment. Sadly, his performance largely stays at that flat pitch, even with less obtuse dialogue. In heated arguments with his parents or when angrily walking through Flushing, Queens, he's always on guard against the outside world. He's someone who looks outwards but not in, someone who doesn’t really connect with others so much as he locks horns with them. Everything seems like a target, and many of his problems seem to be messes of his own making. Doesn’t it ever get tiring to be a tough guy? 


Boogie’s dad, Mr. Chin, comes home from jail with an impossible scheme: to get his son in the NBA. Somehow the only way to accomplish this is to beat a Black player in Brooklyn named Monk (Pop Smoke). It brings an uneasy racial dynamic into the story: Boogie has to be better than his Black rival in order to make his parents proud and get ahead in life. Making matters worse is the way the characters outside the Chin family home are depicted. While the dysfunctional family is given space for ambitions, doubts, and feelings, Monk and Boogie’s crush, Eleanor (Taylour Paige), are both reduced to stock characters. Monk is the villain who, of course, has a history with Eleanor, which tips Boogie’s insecure masculinity into a crisis. Although Paige makes the best out of a bummer role, her character is pushed into an unrealistic relationship with Boogie after he essentially annoys her until he can no longer be ignored. His misogynist anger towards her after it’s revealed—gasp! She’s dated other guys—should be grounds for her to never speak to him again. Alas, she’s stuck with him and so are we.