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Ang Lee manages to take an unfilmable story and suffuse it with astonishing energy in his adaptation of "Life of Pi."
Is there anything Ang Lee can't do?
"Anonymous" is the perfect film for our age of teaching the controversy of sham conspiracy theories and cartoonish TV scholarship, in which lines and boxes are poor substitutes for the connective tissue of argument.