Screenjabber's Mark Searby talks to actress Deirdre Lovejoy about working on Ang Lee's latest film, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
Ang Lee adapts another book for the silver screen – and the end result is a serviceable, even rather powerful war drama marred by brevity and well-meaning but extravagant experimentation
Lee’s visually astonishing cinematic fable Life of Pi – based on the Booker Prize winning novel by Yann Martel – creates something of a critical quandary.
Ang Lee's latest is a piece of froth – delightful to be sure and vastly enjoyable, but it doesn't leave any great lasting impression.
Recently, we saw old master Francis Ford Coppola return to the big screen and fail to ignite with a story that failed to find meaning and clarity of thought.