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January 19, 2013
Beautiful and awe-inspiring. Loved it!
January 12, 2013
Beautiful and moving.
December 29, 2012
I watch it 4 times already and plan to watch it again. I enjoy, it's something different. Excellent trainer of the tiger. Love it!
December 18, 2012
I certainly can't miss t his movie.!!
December 04, 2012
Graphics wonderful! Story compelling! Moral and mystical!
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The story of Pi and Richard Parker already has the clean simplicity of a myth and really doesn't require significant elaboration, but following in the footsteps of the source material, the film provides elaboration anyway, demonstrating a condescension to the audience that dulls the spectacle it punctuates. Full Review
The New York Times
The movie invites you to believe in all kinds of marvelous things, but it also may cause you to doubt what you see with your own eyes - or even to wonder if, in the end, you have seen anything at all. Full Review
I felt like I'd been invited to a seven-course dinner, and all seven turned out to be cake and then the host insisted on delivering a lecture about how cake would bring me closer to God. Full Review
Life of Pi is spellbinding while it lasts. Lee's film can be appreciated as many things -- a post-Darwinian meditation on coexistence as the key to survival, a reflection on the spiritual nature of suffering and transcendence, a beguiling bait-and-switch on the vagaries of belief itself. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
There are always moral crosscurrents in Lee's most provocative work, but so magical and mystical is this parable, it's as if the filmmaker has found the philosopher's stone. Full Review