Written January 28, 2015
We really enjoyed the book and were a little reluctant to see the movie in case it might be cut up, changed or compromised.
Silly us - this was the closest movie adaptation of a book I have ever seen. It wraps you in the humor, humanity, fear, hope and anxiety we loved initially.
Written September 01, 2015
What an amazing way to tell a story! The scenery, acting and cinematography alone are wonderful, but the movie's message is even better. So glad to see a movie of this caliber receive so much public accliam. Must See / Must Own!
Written June 02, 2015
I read the book several years ago and forgot most of it, but remembered the important part: that I thought it was one of the best books I ever read. And I love the movie. Ang Lee did a spectacular job of capturing the essense of the book. Look for this at the oscars.
Written September 21, 2014
A powerful story, narrated in first person, as Pi reveals his amazing adventure to the story writer in a way that leaves one wondering at the end if this was a halucinatory fantasy or pure reality. This was a beautiful film that was well scripted, offering the viewer an amazing mental,visual, and spiritual experience that satisfies the soul at many levels... Go!
Written November 28, 2015
Eleven years ago I read and relished Yann Martel's irresistible, allegorical "Life of Pi"; many pivotal books gradually sink into the vast recesses of one's mind, titles fade, but in this instance Pi's journey sunk its literary teeth into a comfortable corner of my memory; took up permanent residence, and in gratitude to Ang Lee's profoundly beautiful, visual production, a substantive, realistic vibrancy emerges as the tale unfolds...
"Life of Pi" is a technological jewel: impeccable, magical cinematography (Claudio Miranda); 3-D intensely engaging, the viewer is embraced by nature's ferocity and enchantment. Underwater and celestial sequences, positively pregnant with the wizardry of man's imagination and skill...
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