'Always Be My Maybe' is best enjoyed in a big loud theater

Ali Wong and Randall Park's romantic comedy is now playing in select theater before hitting Netflix on May 31.

At long last! The romantic comedy Always Be My Maybe, starring Randall Park and Ali Wong, hits select theaters in ten cities today, May 29, before dropping on Netflix everywhere this Friday, May 31.

Directed by Nahnatchka Khan, and co-written by Park, Wong and Michael Golamco, Always Be My Maybe centers on Sasha and Marcus, childhood best friends who have a falling out. Reuniting fifteen years later, Sasha is now a successful celebrity chef opening a restaurant in San Francisco while Marcus is a happily struggling musician still living at home with his dad. The old sparks are still there but can they adapt to each other's world?

Here's the trailer again:

This is my new favorite movie. It's a smart, sexy, funny breath of fresh air that had me smiling from the opening scene to the end credits. You can watch the hell out of it when it rolls out on Netflix, but if you get the chance, I highly recommend seeing it on the big screen with a raucous audience. It should be shared in community.

I can't wait to watch it again.

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