Ang Lee’s Life of Pi is a magical adventure that wows on almost every level and is one of the must see films of the year.Read more "HST…Film Review: Life of Pi"
Ang Lee’s – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) On the surface, Lee’s film is a martial arts movie with elaborate set pieces, beautiful choreography, and noble heroes. But under that surface making the film what it is are layers upon layers of sub plots and stories that create wonderful characters and an intimate story that […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)"
Ang Lee’s latest is his lesser effort as of late as he starts off on the right foot but slowly dissolves into a bit of a mess with no narrative to speak of for the second half. Elliot Teichberg is a want a be artist living in New York City, only to see most of […]Read more "Review: Taking Woodstock"
Ang Lee’s follow up to Brokeback Mountain takes him back to as he weaves a sexual espionage thriller that works to decent effect. The film follows Tang Wei as Chia Chi Wong who becomes involved in a resistance groups attempt to assassinate a Chinese official working, Mr. Yee, who is working with the Japanese who […]Read more "Review: Lust, Caution"