Tag Archives: Ang Lee

Gemini Man (2019) Review

DOUBLE TROUBLE MEDIOCRITY   Film director Ang Lee has certainly made a name for himself in Hollywood as a visual storyteller within his various projects. While he had previous helmed theatrical features, Lee’s certainly made his “big splash” (in Hollywood) with the release of 1995’s Sense and Sensibility, which he received critical praise in adapting Jane Austen’s tale to the

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Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk Review

AN EXPERIMENTAL AND NOBLE MISFIRE   During most sporting events (at least in the United States, which is where I’m from), the stadium honors those who serves in our armed services (current, veterans, etc.) from all military branches with spectators given a standing ovation to “pay their respects” to duty. It’s an interesting notion, one that’s respectful for their bravery

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