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  1. #11
    Good movie, especially on the boat with the tiger. I think it was much better than Argo, which received best picture. Though an interesting concept for a movie.

  2. #12
    OK, no spoilers, "Here Comes the Boom", with Paul Blart. It was OK. the vomit scene was the best part. DAMN sorry I spoiled it.

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    Saw the movie when it was out in 3D. Eh.
    Seemed more about smashing the viewer with techno-brilliant-color & slick effects, with one final twist in the 'plot,' that being the tiger as a metaphor for, well, you know if you saw it.

    Weak plot, good special effects, very good filming, another Hollywood sugary sensory blast that will be forgotten quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBSCREWBY View Post
    If you like Life of Pi or just like disturbing, watch Requiem for a Dream. Same director. not Surf related at all but great film. You have to watch it sober... Or on Heroin...
    I definately recomend "Requiem for a Dream"! Watched not too long ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    Saw the movie when it was out in 3D. Eh.
    Seemed more about smashing the viewer with techno-brilliant-color & slick effects, with one final twist in the 'plot,' that being the tiger as a metaphor for, well, you know if you saw it.

    Weak plot, good special effects, very good filming, another Hollywood sugary sensory blast that will be forgotten quickly.
    that's why I never go to 3D movies, anymore...I think it ruins them. I saw Avatar in 3D and swore I'd never wear those stupid glasses again. I saw Life of Pi on a nice big flat screen at home and it was better than going to the theater. Do I care if I ever see it again? No...but, as a water enthusiast, I'm glad I didn't miss it.

    I didn't find the plot weak. It's direct...a ride across the ocean (kinda like surfing. Don't over analyze it). It fits the genre without being complicated to the point of alienating the majority of the audience. I hate going to a movie and either never really knowing what's going on or feel like I missed out on several important aspects or story lines. With those, I'd have to watch the movie 10 times (or read the book) to actually get it all...not gonna happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterbaby View Post
    that's why I never go to 3D movies, anymore...I think it ruins them. I saw Avatar in 3D and swore I'd never wear those stupid glasses again. I saw Life of Pi on a nice big flat screen at home and it was better than going to the theater. Do I care if I ever see it again? No...but, as a water enthusiast, I'm glad I didn't miss it.

    I didn't find the plot weak. It's direct...a ride across the ocean (kinda like surfing. Don't over analyze it). It fits the genre without being complicated to the point of alienating the majority of the audience. I hate going to a movie and either never really knowing what's going on or feel like I missed out on several important aspects or story lines. With those, I'd have to watch the movie 10 times (or read the book) to actually get it all...not gonna happen
    Agree with you on the 3D glasses, not a fan. Luv the maxed out lounger recliner chairs that some theaters are going to now. Slumming in style, sweet.

  7. Yeah... Its a great movie.. I have seen it twice. I really like the seen in the last when Lion save the boy. Means the movie has shown an ultimate relationship and bond between a Man and a Lion.

  8. #18
    yeah, I can't get the theme song out of my head.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6vLAa-kylM

  9. #19
    Agree 100% with everything said

    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    Saw the movie when it was out in 3D. Eh.
    Seemed more about smashing the viewer with techno-brilliant-color & slick effects, with one final twist in the 'plot,' that being the tiger as a metaphor for, well, you know if you saw it.

    Weak plot, good special effects, very good filming, another Hollywood sugary sensory blast that will be forgotten quickly.