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Life Of Pi (With UltraViolet) (Blu-ray)

Released on 29 April 2013

Featuring: Tobey Maguire, Irrfan Khan & Tabu

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: PG

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Based on the critically acclaimed, best-selling book, Ang Lee brings one boy's spectacular journey to the big screen in the book that was considered un-filmable...

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.
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  • A Filmmaker's Epic Journey
  • A Remarkable Vision
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 Average rating (4 reviews)

 A Remarkable Vision

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Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

I never saw this in the cinema in all it's 3D glory, this is now regrettable, but on retail release I took the risk and purchased it without previously watching it before hand. The first half hour I was wondering what all the fuss was about with all it's religious rambling back story, but as soon as the film sets sail I was treated to a simple story that was so well told. The stranding of Pi and the Bengal Tiger on the lifeboat as at first enemies then teaming to survive the elements and have a mutual respect is so well done. It's not Doctor Doolittle as the Tiger could at any time turn on Pi and have him for lunch, but it's this balance that makes the two stars such a delight to watch. The visuals far exceed anything Avatar did as the ocean is alive with colour and life. I was captivated and by the end wanted the two to become friends, but the film is smart enough to fall into a over sentamental cop out and leaves you guessing if this was all a figment of Pi's imagination to cope with the trauma of being lost at sea. It's outstandingly directed by Ang Lee, brilliantly acted by a unknown and jaw dropping in it's beauty. By the end of the film you kind of understand what the tedious first half hour was about. Life of Pi has to be seen in 3D on the biggest screen possible.
See If you Like......
Cast away.
The Black Stallion.
Avatar.

 A Remarkable Vision

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I never saw this in the cinema in all it's 3D glory, this is now regrettable, but on retail release I took the risk and purchased it without previously watching it before hand. The first half hour I was wondering what all the fuss was about with all it's religious rambling back story, but as soon as the film sets sail I was treated to a simple story that was so well told. The stranding of Pi and the Bengal Tiger on the lifeboat as at first enemies then teaming to survive the elements and have a mutual respect is so well done. It's not Doctor Doolittle as the Tiger could at any time turn on Pi and have him for lunch, but it's this balance that makes the two stars such a delight to watch. The visuals far exceed anything Avatar did as the ocean is alive with colour and life. I was captivated and by the end wanted the two to become friends, but the film is smart enough to fall into a over sentamental cop out and leaves you guessing if this was all a figment of Pi's imagination to cope with the trauma of being lost at sea. It's outstandingly directed by Ang Lee, brilliantly acted by a unknown and jaw dropping in it's beauty. By the end of the film you kind of understand what the tedious first half hour was about. Life of Pi has to be seen in 3D on the biggest screen possible.
See If you Like......
Cast away.
The Black Stallion.
Avatar.

 Good film that's a little too long for me!

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Life of Pi will be a big contender when Awards Season comes and understandably so! It's a beautiful story following Pi a boy stranded on a boat after a storm with only a tiger. It's extremely interesting and very powerful. The film looks beautiful and this is possibly the best use of 3D I've ever, the film is one of the best looking out this year and for many years! I enjoyed the film but I found it to be a little too long in the middle, this is my only problem with the film. Worth a look, I'm sure this will appeal to fans of the book more but it's worth a watch!

 Visualy good, story movie disappointed

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The movie i suppose, i expected a movie that gripped me much more, as slumdog millionaire did, but while you cant compare the two its hard not to. Saying that visualy it is a treat great colours vibrant film shots, overall the movie i would have to say average at best sorry.

 all that glitters isnt gold.

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A visual treat,great effects. Its a shame its let down by such a slow,plodding,mundane story.I kept watching it hoping that it would pick up,and I would know what the hell it was about.Then it ended,and I was none the wiser. Don't bother wasting your money on this.

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ActorsTobey Maguire, Irrfan Khan, Tabu, Sonu Sood, Suraj Sharma & Adil Hussain
DirectorAng Lee
CertificatePG
LanguagesEnglish