Justin ranks each of the ‘Life of Pi’ director’s films from worst to best.
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Ang Lee has cast the lead for his next movie. Itâ€™s an adaptation of Yann Martelâ€™s novel ‘Life of Pi’ which is about a boy who survives 227 days after a shipwreck while stranded on a boat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger.
A better than average August finishes up today with a few more good-looking films. The two that will be competing for the top spot at the box office also happen to be the two films that I am least anticipating. Here are the movies you should see this weekend: SEE: 1) Taking Woodstock (1,393 theatres) […]
The Cannes Film Festival did not really shake things up for this year’s Oscar race. Rather than allowing a frontrunner to emerge, it hinted that some of the films I thought had a chance really weren’t even possibilities. The awards yesterday mostly went to films that will see limited release in the U.S. and likely […]
Another day, another two competition films screened. Today it was Jane Campionâ€™s Bright Star and Park Chan-wookâ€™s Thirst. There were also several out-of-competition or previews of films that have been buzzed about in the south of France. Screenings and Reviews: Critics are calling Jane Campionâ€™s Bright Star a satisfying return to form for Jane Campion. […]
One of my favorite stand-up comedians in the last few years has been Demetri Martin. He’s probably most well-known for his fantastic Comedy Central specials and occasional appearances on “The Daily Show.” His new sketch comedy show “Important Things” has its moments and now he is making the inevitable transition to the big screen. Rather […]