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Blu-ray Review: ‘The Ice Storm’ – The Criterion Collection

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The film proves to have remarkable staying power, becoming more relevant with age. Read More »

Movie Review: Life of Pi – A Journey of Faith

e of Pi0 should be seen on the movie screen to fully appreciate its majesty in 3-D, but in the end it is the story that matters most. Read More »

Book Review: The Making of Life of Pi: A Film, A Journey by Jean-Christophe Castelli

If you liked the movie, you'll appreciate this detailed look at how it was produced. Read More »

Movie Review: Life of Pi

Director Ang Lee transports Yann Martel's difficult novel to screen with apparent ease. Read More »

Movie Review: Life of Pi

A life worth watching on as big of screen as possible and the 3D is worth the money too. Read More »

Movie Review: Taking Woodstock

Ang Lee's latest film disappoints. Read More »

DVD Review: Ride With The Devil (The Criterion Collection)

An anomic and disjointed jaunt across history and the Civil War. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Taking Woodstock

Ang Lee takes a breather with this entertaining, if insubstantial, comedy set at the seminal music festival. Read More »

Movie Review: Taking Woodstock

A fun, smile-making movie that gives a different angle on Woodstock. Read More »

Movie Review: Taking Woodstock

A terrific, entertaining, lovingly detailed, and a bit disappointingly underwritten movie. Read More »