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If you haven’t read the book Life of Pi by Yann Martel, you need to be aware of a few things before seeing the movie.  Although the previews make it seem like an adventure movie about a teenage boy stranded in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger, there’s a great deal more to it than that.   However, I can’t possibly tell you very much because it’s one of those movies that contains the most significant spoiler I’ve ever seen or read.  In fact, even telling you there’s a significant spoiler might do a little damage all on its own, so forgive me if I’m too cryptic.  Anyone who reviews this film “correctly” will probably have written their shortest review ever because there’s just too much to not give away.  Understand?  Didn’t think so.

Picine – pronounced like “PissIng” – Patel is an excellent student with an unfortunate…

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  1. idebenone says:

    MONTREAL – A lot of people thought the epic novel “Life of Pi” could never be made into a movie. It was too complex, too surreal. And then there’s the whole idea of sticking an actor in a boat with a man-eating tiger for a good chunk of the film.

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