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The Joy Luck Club Movie ActorTsai Chin,Kieu Chinh,Lisa Lu,France Nuyen,Rosalind Chao,Tamlyn Tomita,Lauren Tom,Ming-Na Wen,Michael Paul Chan,Andrew McCarthy,Christopher Rich,Russell Wong,Vivian Wu,Jack Ford,Diane Baker,Kim Chew,Chao Li Chi,Nicholas Guest,Philip Moon,Elizabeth Sung
Visitor Rating & Critics For The Joy Luck Club MovieUser Rating : 3.7
User Percentage : 87 %
User Count Like : 27,125
All Critics Rating : 7
All Critics Count : 33
All Critics Percentage : 85 %
Title : The Joy Luck Club
Genres The Joy Luck Club : Drama,Romance
Directed by : Wayne Wang
Writed by : Amy Tan,Ron Bass
Review For The Joy Luck ClubBoth sweeping and intimate, a lovely evocation of changing cultures and enduring family ties.
Janet Maslin-New York Times
Four different actresses play the aunties in their youth, which sometimes keeps us struggling to keep the stories straight. That we do is a tribute to the power of Tan's theme about the miscommunication that separates one generation from another.
Peter Travers-Rolling Stone
One of the most touching and moving of the year's films.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
It's ravishing to look it, a truly gorgeous object. But it is not deep.
Hal Hinson-Washington Post
Gives refreshing -- and bittersweet -- dimension to the age-old clash between generations.
Desson Thomson-Washington Post
It's fascinating and satisfying the way the diverse threads are knitted together into a single tapestry.
If you can get past the the pacing, the length, and the occasional melodrama, "The Joy Luck Club" rewards on two levels: as a look at Asian-American and Asian culture, and as a consideration of the dynamics that shape mother-daughter relationships.
James Plath-Movie Metropolis
Poignant tale of Chinese-American moms, daughters.
Kelly Kessler-Common Sense Media
...not only fails to give the novel cinematic stature; it denigrates the delicate beauty of the book itself.
Well mounted adaptation of best seller.
At the end of the press screening, Disney's publicists handed out Kleenex to the critics, an effective marketing tool but one that trivilaize the picture, relegating it to the status of a three-handkerchief women's melodrama.
Deserves every tear it wrenches from your eyes.
The pleasure of seeing an underrepresented group on-screen is undercut by the stereotyped approach to almost all involved.
Nick Davis-Nick's Flick Picks