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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Movie Review: Life of Pi

A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor ... a fearsome Bengal tiger. 
 

Director: 
Writers: (screenplay), (novel)

  IMDB# 454876

       

    Fantastic storytelling very well-set by Master Director Ang Lee. Oscar winner for for two of the Best Movies from 2000's Decade Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Brokeback Mountain brings now a Magistrate movie adaptation of Yann Martel Novel. With a clean and neat cinematography, edition, production design, visual effects, and Powerful Screen Adaption and performances.

The son of a Zoo Manager who get stranded in the middle of the Ocean with a wounded Zebra, a Hyena, an Orangutan and a Bengal Tiger (the best Animal Actor/Character that I've ever seen).

This movie is also another Cinematography Breaking  Masterpiece from Ang Lee, the only one capable of mold a Movie with the Best Combo of Visual Effects - Storyline - Narrative.
A fantastic journey from Ang Lee, with breakthrough Indian Actor Suraj Sharma.

Ang Lee who was  criticized in the Past for the set on screen and Visual Effects done for Hulk, now left everybody jaw-drop with the Best Use of 3D on a Movie. Ang Lee take all the advantage from the 3D (You have to watch it in 3D), at the same time not abandon the plot, the storyline and the Characters on screen. Suraj Sharma's performance will keep you at the edge of your sit the whole movie... even better the "Richard Parker" The Bengali Tiger the young boy got stranded with.

A story about believing, religions, family, relationships, added with a Fantastic creativity and visual remarks from Ang Lee and all his Technical Team who has developed a Neat Cinematographic Masterpiece.... hence it shouldn't be any surprise for anyone if Ang Lee takes the Trophy for Best Directing at the Academy Award, on a night that it 'supposed' to be for Steven Spielberg... however the Winning Director at the end, is not even Nominated (Ben Affleck - Argo).

Like a said on my Facebook status yesterday after watched the movie:
Life of Pi: it's mandatory to see this movie, I think Ang Lee may ruin Steven Spielberg's night.
Score: 10.0/10 - Grade: A+

 


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