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November 21, 2012
PG , 2 hr 5 min
2,860 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A shipwrecked zookeeper's son is adrift in the Pacific Ocean.
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The Hollywood Reporter
By Todd McCarthy
Meticulous care is evident in every aspect of the film. All three actors playing Pi are outstanding.
By Peter Travers
Lee uses 3D with the delicacy and lyricism of a poet. You don't just watch this movie, you live it.
By Claudia Puig
A spectacular high-seas epic that employs technology brilliantly and underscores the power of a vividly told story.
By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Lee's bigger theme isn't God or survival, but the awesome adventure of making the imaginary visible, the adventure of making movies.
Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
Mr. Lee's film is stronger as a visual experience - especially in 3-D - than an emotional one, but it has a final plot twist that may also...
New York Daily News
By Joe Neumaier
Though the film's setup trudges and its closing is too pat, that hour or so on the raft is something special, and few would dive into the...
By Carrie Rickey
Much as I was moved by the film, I have one reservation and one warning. The framing device of the older Pi recounting his story to the...
By Ty Burr
Reducing Life of Pi to a homily does it a disservice. Lee gives the framing story short shrift and concentrates on visualizing the inner...
The story of Pi and Richard Parker already has the clean simplicity of a myth and really doesn't require significant elaboration, but...
San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
It's a slow-moving fable, with enough story and substance to make for one amazing Imax short. Instead the material is stretched beyond its...
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Rated PG | For Peril, Emotional Thematic Content and Some Scary Action
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 12+
Beautiful, emotional, intense story of faith and friendship.
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