• Joy Luck Club, The (1993)

    Adaptation of Amy Tan's bestseller about four immigrant Chinese women and their American-born daughters. The story begins in San Francisco, where thre...e of the women have gathered to bid farewell to their deceased friend's daughter, who's departing for China to meet her long-lost half sisters. [+][–]

  • Last Holiday (2006)

    Queen Latifah charms in this predictable romp about a shy American who believes that she is dying and decides to live it up with a farewell fling in E...urope. LL Cool J, Timothy Hutton, Alicia Witt. Directed by Wayne Wang. The film is a remake of a 1950 comedy starring Alec Guinness. [+][–]

  • Because of Winn-Dixie (2005)

    Underwhelming but pleasant, family-friendly adaptation of Kate DiCamillo's children's novel about a shy girl (AnnaSophia Robb) who adopts a stray dog ...in a sleepy Florida hamlet. Jeff Daniels, Cicely Tyson. Directed by Wayne Wang. [+][–]

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  • Anywhere but Here (1999)

    Susan Sarandon and Natalie Portman costar in this story of a flighty mother and her grounded daughter who clash while leaving their midwest town for l...ife in L.A. Carol: Bonnie Bedelia. Benny: Shawn Hatosy. Josh: Hart Bochner. Gail: Caroline Aaron. Directed by Wayne Wang. [+][–]

  • Chinese Box (1997)

    Jeremy Irons plays a British journalist living in Hong Kong, who must come to terms with his grave illness and his unrequited love for an elusive woma...n (Gong Li). Jean: Maggie Cheung. Chang: Michael Hui. Directed by Wayne Wang. [+][–]

  • Center of the World, The (2001)

    On the eve of his company going public, a dot-com wiz (Peter Sarsgaard) slips away to Las Vegas and enters into a relationship with an exotic dancer (...Molly Parker). [+][–]