23 Nov, 2012
This is one of the finest 3D magical adventure drama flick based on the bestselling book by author Yann Martel. The story is about a zoo keeper's 16 years old intelligent son named Piscine Molitor, abbreviated as Pi Patel. The Patel family dies in th...
One Line Review: A unique movie, but not engaging.
Positive Points: Direction; Story; impressive visual effects
Negative Points: Weak screenplay
Plot: The story begins with a writer (Rafe Spall) who is looking for an inspiration to write a novel. This is where an older Pi (Irfan Khan) narrates him his real life incidence. After discussing quite few events of his youth including the reason behind his shortened French name(Piscine Molitor Patel) and his first encounter with the dreaded 400 pound Royal Bengal Tiger, strangely named Richard Parker, the protagonist ... full Life of Pi Review
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