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.
If you liked the movie, you'll appreciate this detailed look at how it was produced.
Director Ang Lee transports Yann Martel's difficult novel to screen with apparent ease.
A life worth watching on as big of screen as possible and the 3D is worth the money too.
Ang Lee's latest film disappoints.
An anomic and disjointed jaunt across history and the Civil War.
Ang Lee takes a breather with this entertaining, if insubstantial, comedy set at the seminal music festival.
A fun, smile-making movie that gives a different angle on Woodstock.
A terrific, entertaining, lovingly detailed, and a bit disappointingly underwritten movie.
Like a VW bug running out of gas, “Taking Woodstock” sputters and stalls.