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Brokeback Mountain
13.04%
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
37.68%
Chosen
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0%
Lust, Caution
1.45%
The Ice Storm
23.19%
Ride with the Devil
1.45%
Sense and Sensibility
7.25%
Eat Drink Man Woman
5.80%
The Wedding Banquet
4.35%
Other (Say what it is)
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Best Ang Lee Movie

Old 11-01-08, 01:43 PM
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Best Ang Lee Movie

Which Ang Lee movie would you consider his best, or your personal favorite?
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Old 11-01-08, 01:46 PM
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an abe55 post without a poll? it must be a cold day in hell.

EDIT: damnit! it wasn't there when i posted!

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Old 11-01-08, 01:55 PM
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Ride With The Devil.
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The Ice Storm
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"The Ice Storm" followed by "Brokeback".
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In a way they are all one movie, Lee is one of those Asian directors who made movies like an old master from the beginning of his career, however I voted Crouching Tiger, since it applies his talent to an over the top B genre and it works beautifully, it is way better than the other imports from the 00's
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I voted Brokeback Mountain. Crouching Tiger... is the most overrated film I've ever seen.
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CTHD is my pick.
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
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Have to go with Hulk. Besides Hulk & Crouching Tiger, I've never seen any of his movies. Haven't even heard of some of the ones listed. I hated Crouching Tiger so Hulk by default. No matter how boring the Banner parts of the movie were, once he Hulks out, the movie got pretty cool for those scenes.
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Old 11-01-08, 11:53 PM
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i voted for Crouching Tiger, but I really loved Sense and Sensibility as well. one of the best Jane Austen movies ever, ranks up there with both versions of Pride & Prejudice for me
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Hulk needs to replace Chosen on this list without a doubt.
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CTHD, followed closely by The Wedding Banquet.
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Originally Posted by CloverClover View Post
In a way they are all one movie,


Only if you are mentally retarded.
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The Wedding Banquet, a very smart comedy. When I saw it in the movie theater, I was pleasantly surprised at how funny it was and laughed a lot. More people need to see it as I'm sure it hasn't gotten the recognition it deserves.
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Hands down...Hulk.











Just kidding. That movie sucked. I'd have to go with either Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or The Ice Storm.
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The Ice Storm.
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Only if you are mentally retarded.
Or dropped a lot of LSD
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The Ice Storm, with Lust, Caution being the only other film on there I'd watch again.
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The Ice Storm, not even a question really. Although CTHD is going to win this one hand's down, because that and HULK are the majority of what most people have seen... unfortunately.
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As much as I love The Wedding Banquet, I had to go with Brokeback.

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