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, 1h52Directed by Paul Auster
, Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, ComedyActors Harvey Keitel
, William Hurt
, Giancarlo Esposito
, Harold Perrineau, Jr.
, Forest Whitaker
, José ZúñigaRating
73% The film follows the lives of multiple characters, all of whom are connected by their patronage of a small Brooklyn tobacco shop managed by Auggie (Harvey Keitel). Brooklyn Cigar Co. was located on the corner of 16th Street and Prospect Park West.
, 1h23Directed by Paul Auster
, Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres ComedyActors Harvey Keitel
, Victor Argo
, Keith David
, Giancarlo Esposito
, Roseanne Barr
, Lou ReedRating
66% The film once again centers on the Brooklyn Cigar Store and manager Auggie (Harvey Keitel), although most of the other characters are different. The store owner's frustrated wife Dot (Roseanne) is one of them, and one of the plotlines follows her attempts to seduce Auggie. Madonna, Michael J. Fox, Lily Tomlin, and Lou Reed (as himself) also put in appearances. Blue In The Face was shot without a complete script and presents a unique combination of distinctive performances, oddball characters, improvisations, and raffish scenes.
, 1h45Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, Romantic comedy
, RomanceThemes Films about the labor movementActors Jennifer Lopez
, Ralph Fiennes
, Natasha Richardson
, Stanley Tucci
, Tyler Posey
, Frances ConroyRating
51% Marisa Ventura (Jennifer Lopez) is a single mother trying to get by with her young son Ty (Tyler Posey) by working as a maid for The Beresford Hotel in the heart of Manhattan. When not in school, Ty spends time among Marisa’s fellow hotel workers, who think she is capable of being promoted to management.
, 1h54Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, RomanceThemes Transport films
, Road moviesActors Susan Sarandon
, Natalie Portman
, Shawn Hatosy
, Eileen Ryan
, Hart Bochner
, John DiehlRating
61% Adele August (Susan Sarandon) is an eccentric woman who, with her reluctant daughter Ann (Natalie Portman), leaves a small Wisconsin town and moves to Beverly Hills to realize her dreams. However, it becomes apparent that Adele is uncertain of what those dreams are - expressing ideas such as marrying a rich man - and often makes irresponsible and impulsive decisions, including a used Mercedes she cannot afford in order to drive to Beverly Hills. While upset with Adele's decisions, the more practical Ann finds she cannot leave her mother and resents her for leaving Ann's stepfather for a better life. Furthermore, Ann still loves her father, who left her family when Ann was still young.
, 1h23Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, RomanceActors Pasha D. LychnikoffRating
66% The film follows Mr. Shi (Henry O), a retired widower from Beijing. When his only daughter, Yilan (Faye Yu), who lives in Spokane, Washington and works as a librarian, gets divorced, he decides to visit her to help her heal. However Yilan is not interested. She tries keeping an emotional distance but when this finally fails she begins physically avoiding her father. He confronts her about an affair with a married Russian man (Pasha D. Lychnikoff) and she, in turn, lets loose about all the gossip she'd heard as a young girl about his alleged affair with a female colleague back in China.
, 1h46Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, Comedy-dramaThemes Films about animals
, Films about dogs
, Mise en scène d'un mammifèreActors AnnaSophia Robb
, Jeff Daniels
, Cicely Tyson
, Luke Benward
, Eva Marie Saint
, Courtney JinesRating
63% 10-year-old India Opal Buloni has just moved to the fictional small town of Naomi, Florida with her father, a preacher.
, 1h45Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, RomanceActors Jeremy Irons
, Gong Li
, Maggie Cheung
, Michael Hui
, Maria Cordero
, Rubén BladesRating
62% The movie unfolds at least nine different stories on very different levels. First, there is John as a reporter, trying to capture interesting scenes on the streets of Hong Kong, persuading himself his work gives his life a tangible meaning.
, 1h28Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres Drama
, RomanceThemes Films about sexuality
, Erotic films
, Films about prostitution
, LGBT-related film
, Lesbian-related filmsActors Peter Sarsgaard
, Molly Parker
, Carla Gugino
, Pat Morita
, Alisha Klass
, Balthazar GettyRating
58% A couple checks into a suite in Las Vegas. In flashbacks we see that he's a computer whiz on the verge of becoming a dot.com millionaire (Peter Sarsgaard), she's a lap dancer at a club (Molly Parker). He's depressed, withdrawing from work, missing meetings with investors. He wants a connection, so he offers her $10,000 to spend three nights with him in Vegas, and she accepts with conditions: four hours per night of erotic play, and no penetration. During the days in Vegas, they get to know each other, have fun, meet a friend of hers, casino dealer Jerri (Carla Gugino); at night, at least after the first night, things seem to get complicated. When the three days are over, the stripper makes it clear that she was only there for the money and that the man she spent the time with was just a client. Upset that the feelings he had weren't mutual he then rapes her, which she makes no attempt to stop. She then masturbates for him to achieve orgasm. The next day he returns home heartbroken. The movie ends with his return to the strip club to see the woman he fell in love with again. She greets him fondly and says that she is glad to see him again. Because the movie is shown in a non-linear format, it is left to the viewer's interpretation of when this event occurred.
, 1h44Directed by Wayne WangGenres Drama
, HistoricalActors Jeon Ji-hyeon
, Li Bingbing (李冰冰)
, Russell Wong
, Vivian Wu
, Hugh Jackman
, Archie KaoRating
60% In nineteenth century China, two girls named Snow Flower (Gianna Jun) and Lily (Li Bing Bing) are forever bonded together as sworn sisters. They are paired as laotong by a matchmaker who is also responsible for arranging their marriages. They are isolated by their families and communicate by writing in a secret sisterly language, Nü shu (a historical practice in China in that period) on a unique Chinese fan that Snow Flower possesses.
, 2h19Directed by Wayne WangOrigin USAGenres DramaThemes Feminist films
, Films about sexuality
, Political filmsActors Ming-Na Wen
, Rosalind Chao
, Lauren Tom
, France Nuyen
, Tamlyn Tomita
, Kieu ChinhRating
75% The Joy Luck Club was formed by four women in San Francisco: Lindo Jong (Tsai Chin), Ying-Ying St. Clair (France Nuyen), An-Mei Hsu (Lisa Lu), and Suyuan Woo (Kieu Chinh). The members have mainly played mahjong and told each other's stories over the years. They emigrated from their native country, China, remarried, and gave birth to children in America. Suyuan's daughter June (Ming-Na Wen) replaced her when Suyuan died four months before the time the film is set. The mothers have high hopes for their daughters' success, but the daughters struggle through "anxieties, feelings of inadequacy, and failures." Throughout the film, the mothers and daughters bond by learning to understand each other and by overcoming their conflicts.