My big fat Chinese waste of time.
This movie addresses a boat load of issues (notably covert racism, interracial couples, and generational integration) but resolves none of them. It introduces story arcs (a possible romantic threat, a racist best friend that goes everywhere the lead does for the first half of the film only) that it randomly abandons.
The central cliché of the estranged traditional father and modern son ends as they always do, but in refusing to examine any of the points their conflict brings up, it renders them all pointless.
Bottom line: Don't watch this movie, you'll just be hungry to see another one 30 minutes later.