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Life of Pi 2012

  • ReleasedNovember 21, 2012
  • DirectorAng Lee
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Runtime127 minutes
  • Certification
    PG
  • GenresAction, Adventure, Drama

"Believe The Unbelievable"

The story of an Indian boy named Pi, a zookeeper's son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwreck sets them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.

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Shout by Caty
2014-05-30T00:39:01+01:00

My first rewatch since I saw it for the first time when it came out and Life of Pi continues to be absolutely wonderful. A true visual masterpiece.

Mostly what I wanted to remove from this second viewing was to pay more attention to details and see if my interpretation of the story could be different. It wasn't. I still have the same idea about the story.
Is very interesting how some more complex films might cause different emotions and ideas on every person. This film might be seen from many different perspectives and that's what's the best of it.

Ang Lee totally deserved the oscar for Best Director because all of the things about this films were impeccably done.

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Shout by Katie
2014-03-23T11:44:41+00:00

Triumph of form over substance. Great pictures, effects, and music. Monologues little pompous. For the first time my favorite character in the film was a tiger. :)

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Shout by Deborah
2014-01-16T03:08:37+00:00

Ang Lee's gorgeous visuals are worth the watch. Also, I find the film LIFE OF PI much less annoying than the book in its conclusion, thanks to Lee's use of reflection with Richard Parker. So there's that.

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