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Denise Elwyn McKenzie 7 months ago
Visually beautiful. But the plot made absolutely no sence.
N B almost 2 years ago
Cinematography, acting & ending make up for how slow it is. Wouldn't watch it twice, tho
Alexandra Sundarsingh over 2 years ago
A reminder that the most straightforward story is not always the best one.
Norppa almost 3 years ago
Visually good movie.
hend almost 3 years ago
i preferred the novel
Emily Brown over 4 years ago
Stunning cinematography, well acted, great twist. Lovely family film.
Freddie Kay over 4 years ago
"amazing storytelling adventure"
Kevin Claudio over 4 years ago
inspirational movie
Alice Albescu over 4 years ago
Great director, cast & special effects. Kind of sad but happy ending.
Frans 5 years ago
valt een beetje tegen.
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
A groundbreaking technical achievement that doesn't sacrifice emotional complexity
Damian Campo over 5 years ago
It has a good script and argument. The final scene is unexpected.
Syed Ashruf over 5 years ago
Wonderful graphics, craftwork, story; imaginations & the climax!!
Freya over 5 years ago
No I didn't like it at all. The animations and all are awesome, but the story itself.. :/
Kittypuff almost 6 years ago
Beautiful visuals!Inspirational,touching, and really sticks with you. Lives up to the book
Kakra almost 6 years ago
Michelle Huang over 6 years ago
Absolutely stunning visual effects
Aida Lee over 6 years ago
It's a WOW in 3D (streamed via Popcorn on our home projector - hello 2014).
Dyah Agustine over 6 years ago
Not as good as I imagine it to be. I was impressed by the book, not the movie.
Agus Echagüe over 6 years ago
Boy does it drag! Nice photography. The end gives you a high 5. In the face. With a chair.
Life of Pi is an upcoming fantasy adventure film based on the 2001 novel of the same name by Yann Martel. The film is directed by Ang Lee based on an adapted screenplay by David Magee. Suraj Sharma, who has no previous acting experience, will play Pi. Life of Pi is scheduled to be released on December 21, 2012. Pi is a youth who is the only person to survive the sinking of a freighter. He finds himself on a lifeboat with a hyena, a zebra, an orangutan, and a Bengal tiger. Life of Pi is directed by Ang Lee based on a screenplay by David Magee. The screenplay is adapted from the 2001 novel of the same name written by Yann Martel. Before Lee, the project had numerous directors and writers attached, and the Los Angeles Times credited Fox 2000 Pictures executive Elizabeth Gabler with keeping the project active. Gabler in February of 2003 had acquired the project to adapt Life of Pi into a film. She hired screenwriter Dean Georgaris to write an adapted screenplay. In the following October,...
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