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Life of Pi

2012
Drama
Fantasy
2h 7m
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. (imdb)
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Life of Pi

2012
Drama
Fantasy
2h 7m
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Rated 24 Nov 2012
80
86th
Ang Lee's adaptation is impeccably crafted; ought to be a lock for cinematography and special effects award categories. Beautiful to look at, solid all the way through, and with a memorable ending that I didn't expect (haven't read the novel). I don't usually go for inspirational tales but, although it's without question an Oscar-type movie, it's pleasantly relaxed about its message. I found it thoroughly likeable. And I didn't even get bored spending half the film at sea with a boy and a tiger.
Rated 17 Jan 2013
98
98th
I have never thought that the "magical realism" stuff will work well on big screen, but Ang Lee somehow managed to keep it magical. Visually it is stunning, especially if you are a big animal fan like me. I was expecting a corny story, but I really enjoyed its overall structure and the way it developed too. All in all, it was a really satisfying experience. And the first movie since Avatar maybe, that is really worth seeing in 3D.
Rated 08 Dec 2012
80
79th
'Life of Pi' is somewhat of a catch-all religious odyssey aboard a lifeboat. The ending is wobbly, the message opaque, but the journey is fantastic. Visually, this is one of the most impressive films I've seen especially in terms of digital effects used to create incredibly lifelike animals. 'Life of Pi' is a tougher film than its PG rating suggests, and I'd advise parents to be cautious of the film's intensity. Overall, however, I think this is an ambitious and imaginative adventure.
Rated 29 Jan 2013
4
33rd
Looks absolutely fabulous yet I completely loathed pretty much every other aspect about it. The religious overtones and Pi himself made me want to hang myself.
Rated 25 Dec 2012
6
34th
Religion is reduced to a bunch of cockamamie hogwash in Lee's allegorical tale about a thoroughly uninteresting boy and his detached Tiger companion. What gripes me more though is the public's general apathy towards the latter, captivated instead by the stunningly crafted visuals like a set of interconnected stuffed animals dangling above a baby's crib. I for one was left cold by much of the film.
Rated 02 Dec 2012
5
57th
I'm torn - everything on the boat with Richard Parker is elegant, visually gorgeous cinema, while everything else is middling, even bordering on flat-out bad at points. Thankfully, the former makes up the bulk of the film.
Rated 07 Jan 2013
65
58th
45 or so minutes of pure glorious movie magic packed inside an uninspired Slumdog Amélie new-age story that tries to tell you about the nature of God by repeating the word "god" 5 billion times throughout. (Loved Andy Serkis as the tiger though...)
Rated 10 Jan 2013
78
84th
Thanks random white guy for spelling out the connection between the two stories, I really needed that.
Rated 26 Dec 2012
88
94th
(CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN STORY)
Rated 12 Dec 2012
56
56th
If this were just a straightforward adventure story, I'd be ranking this much higher. The visuals during the time out on the boat are incredible and the CGI to bring the tiger, Richard Parker, to the screen was absolutely top notch. Unfortunately, the slow exposition and terrible framing device bring it down quite a bit. I'm sure that the book does a much better job of asking the reader which story they choose to believe - in the film, it just feels like having the rug pulled out from under you.
Rated 15 Dec 2012
6
46th
Some very pretty images and colors accompanied by an Oscar-bait storyline and performances. I am as motivated to write this review as I was to talk about it after just watching it.
Rated 20 Feb 2013
45
25th
Kudos for the scene where the ship sinks. Kudos for taming animals. Kudos for CGI. Other than that, lame story, very lame storyteller and extremely lame "ooh all religions are the same"-morale. Thanks for convincing me not to read the book!
Rated 11 Jan 2013
80
88th
After a somewhat long and tiresome beginning Life of Pi really kicks of when at sea. And once Ang Lee takes us there, he doesn't look back. Pure awesomeness visually and it's an accomplishment to withhold the attention of the audience for more than an hour with only Pi, Richard Parker & Co. Could have eased on the constant God-callings, but hey, Robinson Crusoe got deeply religious and maybe thats what happens when you're by yourself for so long. What story do you believe is true?
Rated 01 Jan 2013
69
76th
Fantastic visuals, but I have the same problem with this as I did with the book years ago. The implied message that people will prefer a fantasy over a grim reality doesn't strike me as something to be optimistic about.
Rated 24 Mar 2013
50
43rd
*SPOILERS* Wait a minute... Are you telling me I got cheated out of watching a rampaging Gérard Depardieu feeding on some poor Indian woman in front of her kid? No CGI-enhanced religious parable in the world is worth that trade-off!
Rated 30 Dec 2012
50
38th
Outstanding visuals, but that's about it. The narrative is poorly put together, the plot begins in the middle of the film and the story is constantly interrupted by off-putting scenes where old Pi tells some guy no one cares about what happened on the boat with the tiger. Just show us without this trite framing device. So much potential, if this film was coherently re-cut it could be a masterpiece. Ang Lee makes some weird decisions. The religious angle is incredibly weak.
Rated 17 Dec 2012
86
95th
Absolutely beautiful, both visually and as a meditation on spirituality. Don't be scared by that second word, it was great even for a strident atheist like myself. One of the few times I've seen a movie adapted from a novel and felt a strong urge to go read the book. What an amazing story and I'm incredibly impressed how well Ang Lee was able to tell it on film
Rated 05 Jan 2013
70
76th
Don't let the title and the story fool you. This is a wonderful movie, absolutely stunning to watch and inspirational to boot. At one point or another everyone needs a Richard Parker in his life.
Rated 30 Dec 2012
73
76th
Life of Pi balances a rewarding, didactic metaphysical speech behind a well-told, profoundly human story of survival, but what lies ahead of Lee's storytelling is his talent to evoke feelings through visually stunning scenarios and one of the most spectacular use of CGI effects I've ever seen -- not to mention the 3D effects, subtle, but useful. It might be Lee's most beautiful film -- but not his best.
Rated 27 Nov 2012
60
55th
Life of Pi tries to be a triumphant, emotionally overwhelming tale of courage, endurance, magic and the human spirit. While at times it reaches this level, more often then not it's a repetitive, preachy, CGI heavy movie about a guy in a boat. The film's conclusion failed to resonate or even make much sense. However, the cinematography more than makes up for most of the story and CGI flaws. Also the best use of 3D since Hugo.
Rated 07 Dec 2012
95
97th
Wow. This kid who's a first-time actor just upstaged Tom Hanks and he didn't even have a volleyball to work with! Just a CGI-tiger! An absolutely incredible film with moments and shots throughout that I'll probably never forget. This beautiful film left me with my jaw dropping to the floor. It can be viewed as both a gorgeous colourful children's adventure tale and a thoughtful meditation on how one deals with faith and religion. Whichever way you wanna look at it, it worked on all levels for m
Rated 06 Jan 2013
95
84th
Freakin'. Excellent. Movie. Loved it with my all! Life of Pi is set up as just another survival movie but totally takes a different direction with the awesome and supposedly unfilmable story and Ang Lee pulls it off so stunningly. Good acting performance and incredible direction, cinematography, and some of the greatest visual effects I have ever seen in a movie. If you haven't watched is, you should.
Rated 01 Dec 2012
61
15th
LIFE OF PI has moments of visual storytelling that are simply astounding--the shipwreck sequence is a jaw-dropper, and much of the middle third of the film is a feast for the eyes. But when there's dialogue (and there's too damn much of it, for starters), the film bogs down in hollow ruminations, neglected plot points, and a damnably superfluous and poorly edited framing device; one climactic moment that should have been visualized is reduced to a monologue in close-up. A frustrating misfire.
Rated 24 Feb 2013
40
33rd
Beyond disappointing. Aesthetically, the film is rather beautiful; however, it ultimately falters due to a dull storyline, subpar acting, and its failure to be even remotely subtle in its religious themes. Meh.
Rated 29 Jan 2013
45
21st
Undeniably gorgeous to look at but the repulsive pseudospiritual bullshit at its core makes me even less inclined to believe in God or all deities for that matter.
Rated 19 Dec 2012
85
67th
What an interesting film, and I mean that in very positive ways and a few negative. The boat segments are intense and beautiful with some absolutely sublime visuals but the main "point" of the story is communicated (quite necessarily) through a simple framing device which can feel kind of weak at times. In the end this film is original and powerful in ways that count the most and its themes stuck with me as they crave to, though I can't promise the same for everyone.
Rated 24 Nov 2012
90
94th
Masterfully infuses spirituality and faith into an entertaining movie without being heavy handed or off-putting to people that have no religion or faith. I highly recommend it.
Rated 24 Jan 2013
2
17th
i was expecting adult pi to break down and full-on admit it was all bullshit, only for his rapt audience-surrogate to stubbornly insist it's the only version he'll accept or even remember. then they hug, and martel sees richard parker in the distance winking, turning and bounding off into the sunset. religion, man; it's a hell of a trip.
Rated 21 Dec 2012
74
69th
Life of Pi is, at its heart, a story about storytelling (I'm sure everyone else will have different interpretations), and the nature of said storytelling is the films main strength. Yes, it looks pretty and the CGI is very impressive (that's a big compliment coming from me), but this is all just fancy window dressing. However, everything outside of the boat is dull and the film itself isn't immediately satisfying, but give it some thought and it will probably stay with you for awhile afterwards.
Rated 20 Jan 2013
72
32nd
Stunning cinematography and a light enough tone to be enjoyable to watch. Otherwise it's just a banal morality tale that goes on for too long and has a stupid attempt at a twist at the end, ostensibly to make you ponder the wonder of existence and god, that feels shallow and tacked on.
Rated 03 May 2014
80
62nd
Truly gorgeous and imaginative. Suraj Sharma's performance, especially while on the boat, is inspired and intense. The narrative frame was not perfect, but fortunately took a back seat to the immediate story of Pi & the tiger, Richard Parker. The scene of the ship sinking was an overwhelming artistic venture and like many other moments in this movie, nearly took my breath away.
Rated 21 May 2013
82
76th
I read the book ten years ago, so that I only remembered the bare story and my general position. I think that the movie grasps the message and the wondrous tone in an awesome way, yet it doesn't inflict that on the audience. The CGI is more than impressive, but the human eye will always be able to tell the difference to natural beings. However, in respect of the story, the CGI could be taken as a chosen stylistic device. Either way, a great piece of cinema!
Rated 05 Feb 2013
50
36th
The film is an unbalanced combination of absolutely spectacular visuals and annoying, one-dimensional characters. Fortunately they give a lot of room for purely visual storytelling. That's the part I loved. The message about god didn't resonate with me. The way I see it, like Pi's story, god is also made up. People choose to believe in stories about gods because it beats the harsh, everyday reality.
Rated 21 Feb 2013
71
54th
Tygers Tyger burning bright/ on the screen within the light/ but what immortal cock and bull/ you need to keep this story full -- Yet what believer in this art/ Could feel no tugging on his heart/ and when thy piss began to flood/ What laughter came! OK then God. -- So then story threw off fears/ and watered theaters with its tears/ did he smile his work to see?/ Did he that made the Hulk make thee?
Rated 26 Jan 2013
40
1st
Just leave the cinema 15 minutes before the end.
Rated 10 Dec 2012
90
90th
The brilliance of the film arises from being able to frame such a universal question in such a non-heavy-handed, non-preachy manner. The journey is presented in a richly fascinating fashion that will enthrall anyone, although I do believe that some parts may be too dark for children. Unless you're a cynical dogmatist, you will walk away with a life-affirming feeling regardless of which side of the story you personally choose to believe in the end.
Rated 29 Dec 2012
1
17th
Technically accomplished, but there's just nothing here except pretty pictures. The framing device is awful, the story rather dull and the metaphors are over-explained. Sharma is not a good enough actor to carry the film once it settles on him and the tiger.
Rated 23 Nov 2012
80
54th
One of the most visually splendid and awe inspiring films I've seen, yet at the same time the story failed to draw me in and I found myself frustrated by the weak framing device (the film opens and closes on the lead character telling his story to a writer). It's worth seeing for the visuals alone. The cinematography is exquisite and the 3D effects jaw dropping from one scene to the next. Ang Lee's direction is also worthy of praise. The disappointing writing is all that keeps it from greatness.
Rated 28 Feb 2016
78
65th
The Life of Pi is largely enjoyable, right until the last few moments
Rated 06 Jan 2013
60
37th
Cut off the first and last 20 minutes and it's a pretty good movie. Otherwise, not so much. The entire religious blabla doesn't add a thing
Rated 21 Jan 2017
8
80th
The quick and charming first act featuring a pleasant after-the-fact storytelling framework feels a little foreign to the slow, arduous survival drama to follow, but in hindsight provides a nice character set-up (Sharma is strong, especially at sea) and appetizer for its wondrous ocean of thoughtful theology, beautiful nature imagery, and-tying the two together-provoking symbolism, with the epilogue purposefully but delicately and loosely wrapping up the intriguing themes of truth and meaning.
Rated 23 Mar 2013
65
41st
The film's biggest religious takeaway is that dogma and iconography can be removed from their purpose and forced to serve the internal, the individual, and the inane. It's a pretty film. But its lack of depth in its subject only becomes more apparent with hindsight. Read the original book, or some John Hick, instead.
Rated 11 Dec 2012
1
0th
Some of THE best visuals I've ever seen, coupled with one of the worst framing devices ever used. Worth seeing for some absolutelely jaw-dropping scenes, but this is the best a movie can be when its adapting a mediocre book (Yeah, I said it.) Score is not a grade.
Rated 07 Dec 2012
61
69th
One of the most visually outstanding films of the year, especially taking into account its masterful use of 3D. It's like Castaway, with much prettier cinematography. However, like Castaway, the ending fails to deliver as much as it could have, especially compared to the impressive scenes of isolation. But despite failing to live up to its potential, the ambition and spectacle alone make it worth watching.
Rated 14 Mar 2013
90
96th
Film as a medium is visual but capable of abstraction of the mind free from closed interpretation. Lee's visual direction is amazing but credit for creative storytelling goes to Martel of course. The decision to cast an unknown was risky but grounded the film in realism even at its most silly. The white guy/audience proxy with the anus shaped mouth making inane comments every half hour instead of letting people figure it out was totally pointless. Depardieu as the racist cook was glorious.
Rated 04 Dec 2017
69
48th
A movie for old ladies....I think? It's an ok story and nicely shot but it's kind of boring and for children but also too scary for children so I guess old ladies.
Rated 30 Nov 2012
50
28th
The movie's energy peters out in a series of book-club conversations about divine will, the power of storytelling, and the resilience of the human spirit. The ending's pious dullness is enough to make you wish you were back on that lifeboat, where the most pressing questions weren't spiritual but gastronomic: What's on the menu for lunch, and what can I do to make sure it isn't me?
Rated 28 Dec 2012
80
81st
Absolutely stunning visually...
Rated 21 Jan 2013
40
27th
A pretty awesome technical feat, visually gorgeous to watch in 3d, and loaded with animal cuteness, Life of Pi nevertheless had me gagging for it to end. It's an immensely manipulative film bearing the tackiest, quasi-religious messages, and really torturous repeated helpings of animal suffering porn.
Rated 04 Feb 2013
86
83rd
I REALLY thought I wasn't going to enjoy this one, and it may have been the biggest pleasant surprise of the Oscar noms in my big. Visually stunning, and great story-telling, make sure to give this one a watch.
Rated 11 Jan 2013
70
28th
Visually amazing, but thematically probably the most dumbed-down film I've seen in years. The ending is spelled out explicitly, in case you didn't get it after it had already been hit into the audience's heads.
Rated 09 Jan 2013
88
91st
I think this movie delivers as a cross between where The Fall and The Slumdog Millonaire failed for me. Hmm. I think that needs rewording, but I hope you get the point.
Rated 07 Jul 2014
90
87th
Haven't read the book I still felt like this was an epitome of adaptations. Magnificent aesthetics in service of great, dreams-inducing story. Like "Gravity" it really does have true, deep undertones, and like "Gravity" it's bound to be criticized by those who glossed over aesthetics and didn't get it.
Rated 09 Feb 2014
72
59th
I liked this film for the, at times, beautiful visuals, the atmosphere and the acting. I thought it was a bit too long though, but that is not my main problem with this film. I'm not a fan of this kind of narrative structure at all because it comes off as pretentious. My main problem with his film is the lack of depth and exploration of certain themes, as well as a lack of emotional weight. The message the film is trying to send is not only not very special, it's also kind of naïve.
Rated 06 Jan 2013
87
98th
Best movie in a year!! Finally a movie that isn't just like every other movie! Great story and fantastic visual effects!
Rated 20 Dec 2012
78
83rd
A beautifully shot and acted epic.
Rated 02 Sep 2013
92
94th
An amazing story is both captivating and unique. By the end you are not sure what happened or did not happen. The events could have been extraordinary or the product of a young mans imagination. Either way it is a gripping story that entertains from beginning to end.
Rated 16 Aug 2013
84
76th
Why did I here so many complaints about the script? The only real flaw in the story was the island. Apart from further establishing Pi's understanding of God, it serves very little purpose and makes the narrative choppy. Still, that was my only big complaint with the movie. Everything else was spectacular! Ang Lee's Academy Award was well-deserved.
Rated 22 Nov 2017
75
52nd
A pretty good looking movie with a decent shipwreck story, right up until the end, I didn't really care for the end. Not much makes me wonder if I ruined two hours of my life more than getting to the end of a movie and being told that none of it actually happened.
Rated 28 Aug 2013
79
62nd
Visually top notch, this one will depend largely on your frame of mind.
Rated 28 Dec 2012
80
76th
Certainly one of the best movies in 2012.
Rated 23 Feb 2013
90
94th
Loved it except for two very trippy bits, one that ends up being quite integral to the movie. Don't want to put any spoilers but the last 20 minutes redeem that issue somewhat and leaves the whole thing up to the viewer. Very clever stuff, looks beautiful and the CGI Hobbes....uh tiger looks amazing. Ang Lee finally makes a movie that I don't hate (bar that 20 minutes worth of trippy nonsense)
Rated 03 Feb 2014
75
92nd
Visually stunning and thoughtful in its delivery of a story about faith and perseverance in the face of the most dire of situations. The acting is top notch. One of the years best.
Rated 19 Jan 2013
98
98th
The best justification for 3D I've ever seen.
Rated 13 Jan 2013
50
41st
Pretty, but boring. The whole "multiple stories" religious allegory is one I've heard before, so it wasn't much of a payoff for me.
Rated 11 Apr 2013
83
94th
with a glamorous music, charming scenes, almost real special effects, very strong adaptation from the book, magnificent acting, excellent directing, Life of Pi is the best movie of 2012. This is a movie worth watching again and again
Rated 23 Dec 2012
79
50th
Constantly beautiful and never boring, Life of Pi nevertheless frustrates the hell out of me because I can't figure out what the hell the message is meant to be. "Man, wasn't that story you just spent two hours watching better than something grimmer?" "Isn't storytelling great?" To me, that's weak and nowhere near enough justification. You probably figured this out, but I need to watch it again.
Rated 04 Jan 2013
70
81st
Quite true to the spirit of the book--leaving the question of metaphor/delusion/reality open--and hypnotically paced.
Rated 06 Jan 2016
85
63rd
One of my all time favorite books makes for quite the epic on screen adventure. Every bit of detail from the book comes to life vividly on screen. However as good as the film was, the book will always have a deeper connection to the characters and the epic ordeal they are put through.
Rated 05 Dec 2012
82
47th
Many films these days are called visual feasts or gorgeous pieces of work; even I'm guilty of overusing such descriptions. But Life of Pi's first and foremost star is the twirling, soaring colors and the masterful backdrops. It's one of the very few films I'd recommend in 3D. The CGI meshes with the world Lee forges, and you can tell it's CGI but you buy it because it looks so good with everything else. It's a film that couldn't be made better before its time. An entrancing, tense journey.
Rated 05 Jun 2013
70
57th
Visually stunning and narratively compelling, although the heavy spiritual stuff was ultimately distracting.
Rated 24 Jun 2013
80
82nd
This bro really had ONE COOL STORY.
Rated 02 Jan 2013
80
83rd
Fine movie. I don't think this could have been done much better. Some stunning visuals, cgi and effective use of 3D.
Rated 18 Feb 2013
50
40th
Pretty, but not nearly engaging enough.
Rated 09 Apr 2013
70
58th
I didn't care much about the story and the writing on the lead character, but the execution is excellent, with great acting and beautiful and realistic CGI.
Rated 27 Apr 2013
70
44th
Did I ever tell you the one about God, a vegetarian and a tiger on a boat?
Rated 09 Nov 2016
80
79th
Beautifully shot despite inconsistent CG. The performances and story outweigh any faults of pacing or unconvincing imagery, and the final message is simply delivered and lovely.
Rated 21 Jan 2013
98
97th
I'll skip the hoity-toity pretentiousness of some of the reviews here as well as some of the more ignorant reviews. Look, you need to go into this movie knowing that the book AND the movie are religiously based (which is actually one reason I skipped the book). It doesn't hit you over the head with religions but rather tries to convey through allegory that a story WITH God(s) is preferable to stark reality, but yet it still remains your choice in the end. It's a beautiful movie you should see.
Rated 24 Jan 2013
84
93rd
Thoroughly enjoyable, with a great ending.
Rated 10 Jan 2013
30
7th
10 Ocak 2013, bade ile kanyon & "Hollywood'ta film yapıyorsak, filmi seyirciye kakalamak istiyorsak evrensel olmaliyiz aga. Mesela bir karakterimiz olsun, uc dine de inansin! Araya hayvan koy. Oryantalizm ekle. Son zamanlarda hindistan oryantalizmi iyi para getiriyor. Lan.. dur boyle bir kitap vardi hem de bestseller. En iyisi ben onu uyarlayayim, okuyucu kitlesinden de iyi para kaldiririz. Bi de 'gercek bir hikayeden uyarlanmistir.' ibaresi caktik mi gelsin paralar gelsin oscarlar.." Ang L
Rated 21 Jan 2013
95
95th
A very intense and provocative cinematic experience. The animated animals evoked so much emotion from the audience, no less than any live action animal, quad or bipedal, could. This is a movie you just want to sit down and take in after it's over. And in its elusive way, it's very romantic as well.
Rated 03 Jan 2013
80
86th
Moving meditation on life and the search for purpose. Lovely story, told well, with beautiful images.
Rated 22 Nov 2012
100
99th
It's original, it's beautiful and it's a masterpiece.
Rated 06 Jul 2013
90
88th
Definitely stunning visuals and great cinematography, but the rest is just average.
Rated 29 Dec 2012
90
76th
Great photography.
Rated 21 Nov 2013
54
27th
Spoiler Alert! He's named after a pool.
Rated 02 May 2013
51
41st
As expected, for the most part, this crowd pleaser is nice images and dense melodrama, and only when another version of Pi's the story is told it gains some depth. True, religions are lies that make harsh and simple reality full of magic and greatness, but I don't see that as a good thing, for living a comfortable lie, especially when it is done consciously, is pathetic and sad. Or perhaps everything is right as long as it makes someone happier?
Rated 22 Dec 2012
80
49th
I really need to see this a second time to make up my mind about it. On one hand, I adored the special effects, got really involved in the emotional story, and was in awe of the phenomenal lead performance, but on the other hand, I am not quite sure I buy into the philosophical-spiritual message the movie's success seems to ride on. It's thought-provoking, but I can't quite decide if there's enough substance among the navel-gazing. Good, but I'm not yet sure if it's great. full rvw at letterboxd
Rated 30 Dec 2012
90
88th
one of the most satisfying visual experiences of my life. storytelling has some mishaps but overall it gives the pleasure of reading beautiful poetry...Use of CGI is beyond imagination
Rated 15 Dec 2012
89
84th
Act I might suffer from a few goofy tonal problems, but the majority is a visually rich and powerful survival tale that leaves the viewer with some thought-provoking questions in the end.
Rated 22 Nov 2012
99
95th
The most stunning visuals ever. Perfect writing and acting. A flawless film.
Rated 11 Mar 2013
96
95th
The film was really good, but the end makes Life of Pi excellent. It was amazing how everything got in conclusion. The CGI animation were very well done.
Rated 21 Feb 2013
41
65th
Very pretty. The oft misinterpreted "a story that will make you believe in God" advertising campaign may have prejudiced some people against this film.
Rated 29 Dec 2012
7
73rd
A visually gorgeous and original 3D film.
Rated 30 Jan 2013
90
91st
Hits to the core. Beautiful.
Rated 07 Feb 2024
60
47th
Can you tame your inner tiger???
Rated 10 Apr 2013
92
91st
Amazing. Absolutely beautiful with stunning special effects that need to be seen. Suraj Sharma puts in a fantastic performance being the center piece of the movie with an imaginary tiger as his cast mate.
Rated 06 May 2013
80
77th
You will be doing this film an injustice if you watch it in anything less than full HD. It is beautiful right from the kick off. Some of the best and relativistic CGI effects I have ever seen in a film. Its worth it just for that.
Rated 08 Feb 2015
3
30th
pathetic religious kitsch with an abysmal ending, but holy hell some of the visual compositions were beyond belief.
Rated 18 Apr 2016
85
71st
Ang Lees Life Of Pi ist eine fast übernatürliche Leistung, eine Geschichte zu erzählen und ein bahnbrechendes Experiment visueller Kunst. Ang Lee gelang es, über einen Roman zu triumphieren, der als unverfilmbar galt - darüber hinaus ist sein Life Of Pi von so ehrlicher Spiritualität, dass es nicht untertrieben ist, zu behaupten, dass hier ein Film über das Leben an sich kommt!(...)

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