In Singapore, Rachel visits her college friend Peik Lin and her family, who are shocked when Rachel tells them that she is dating Nick Young. Peik Lin explains that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and well-known and that Nick's high-society family and friends will give her a cold reception, but Rachel is unconcerned. At a dinner party at Nick's family estate, Nick introduces Rachel to his mother Eleanor, while Nick's cousin Astrid discovers that her husband Michael, a former military captain, has been having an affair. Rachel worries that Eleanor dislikes her, although she seems to make a good impression on Nick's grandmother Su Yi. Rachel attends Araminta's bachelorette party, where she is confronted by Amanda, who reveals that she is Nick's former girlfriend. Rachel returns to her hotel room to find it vandalized, and is comforted by Astrid, who tells her about Michael's affair.
A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this movie. Positive Messages Love yourself, stay true to yourself, stay in control. Address problems with dignity and class, not by losing control of your anger. Solve problems by tapping into your personal skill set.
Is that true locally though? It seems to me that the price of winning in Alabama is losing California, and vice versa, so it's only when the party is non competitive at the national level that things really shift. Or at least that's my guess.