I think any "good" movie is worth watching on the big screen. Especially certain directors. When I was taking my film classes in college and was able to view the old movies on the big screen (we got full use of the University Movie Theater each week for private screenings), I gained new respect for movies that I even used to like watching on video/TV before. I don't think the big screen's only use is to treat us to the eyecandy of big budget summer blockbuster-types (however much I love my big budget summer blockbuster-type movies). Ang Lee is one of those directors who lends his images to the big screen very well. If you're interested in the movie, and you think you'll enjoy it, I encourage you to watch it in the theater, because there will be a bigger impact than on your television screen (assuming you don't own one of those home projectors, or 10 foot wide plasma screens that is ).