Lust, Caution: This was a decent film, but left me sort of cold. I wish Ang Lee would stick to comedies, because I think his skills are better served in that area. Few film-makers can make good comedies. He can. On the other hand, there are more than enough depressing films to go around. So why make more?
The Hunting Party: I liked this film. It is not incredible, but certainly worth taking a look at.
Il Lupo e l’agnello: A funny comedy with Tomas Milian and Michel Serrault, who plays a hen-pecked hair dresser who has to pretend to be gay in order to please his mother in law. There is definitely a touch of La Cage aux folles in this one.
The Bank Job: Not bad. If they had only chosen a more normal looking actress for the leading female role it would have been a very good film. As it is, women with their cheek bones protruding just make it hard to forget that you are watching a film.