Rated PG · 125 minutes · 2012

This is an amazing achievement in filmmaking. It’s one of the year’s best movies, and easily one of the best uses of the 3-D medium. Director Ang Lee is a creative force who cannot be deterred or stopped, and Life of Pi is his most splendorous and enchanting film to date—and he’s the guy who gave us Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Suraj Sharma plays Pi, a young man who winds up on a lifeboat with a tiger after a storm sinks a ship carrying his family and its zoo animals. Pi must learn to appease the tiger; the tiger must accept or eat him—and that’s the plot of the movie. The story is told in flashback with an older Pi (Irrfan Khan) being interviewed by a writer (Rafe Spall). This is a great screen adventure full of countless magical moments and a sure contender for Best Picture.

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Official Site: www.lifeofpimovie.com
Director: Ang Lee
Producer: Gil Netter, Ang Lee, David Womark and Dean Georgaris
Cast: Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Tabu, Rafe Spall, Gérard Depardieu, Adil Hussain, Gautam Belur, Ayush Tandon, Vibish Sivakumar, Ayan Khan, Mohd Khaleeli, James Saito and Jun Naito


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Arkansas Times Finally, an epic 3D movie 'Life of Pi' mesmerizes. by Sam Eifling 11/28/2012
East Bay Express Life of Pi Talk to the animals. by Kelly Vance 11/21/2012
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City Newspaper MOVIE REVIEW: "Life of Pi" Tiger, tiger, burning bright by Adam Lubitow 11/28/2012
The Coast Halifax Life of Pi Lee does Martel justice with his magical adaptation by Molly Segal 11/22/2012
Colorado Springs Independent From pages to pictures The Indy's annual take on a handful of book-to-film features hitting theaters this fall. by Scott Renshaw 09/05/2012
Charleston City Paper Ang Lee's Life of Pi is more of a spectacle than a story The credits introduce us to the title character's lush home, an Indian zoo run by his family. His mother is a spiritualist, while his father preaches the importance of science and tough love. Feeling his sons don't show nature respect, he forces them to wat by Jake Mulligan 11/21/2012
Colorado Springs Independent Faith and the fantastic: Life of Pi Life of Pi sells the notion of embracing that which is beautiful. by Scott Renshaw 11/21/2012
Creative Loafing Charlotte Life of Pi worth examining Rating: ***1/2 by Matt Brunson 11/21/2012

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