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. Take home the journey of a lifetime on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD.
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Life of Pi 3D is good in depth but if you expect things coming out of the screen, you`re mistaken. Story: gets slow underway, sometimes I was watching my watch, but it develops nicely and the interaction with the tiger is beautifully filmed. Value for the money: yes
Not at all what I was expecting after watching the trailer.... most of the film is set on a little boat. There were some boring bits but this is a must watch film anyway. Very well made and excellent in 3D.
Life of Pi 3D is an amazing movie and the 3D was brilliant.
Life of Pi 3D tells the story of young Pi, left shipwrecked adrift the Pacific ocean on a life boat, accompanied by a ferocious Bengal tiger. It's a visually stunning and entertaining film by director Ang Lee. For a film that spends two thirds of its running time with only a boy and a tiger on screen, I was hooked throughout. The 3D visuals are some of the best on film to date, immersing you into the movie, and truly giving a sense of vastness and loneliness of the ocean. It's highly recommended!