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February 03, 2014

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Rachel Kagno

Loved loved loved that movie!

Janetxb

I loved the book also, and would see the movie again simply for its presentation of Richard Parker. I saw it in 3D and was completely wowed. Cat lover that I am, Richard Parker's suffering moved me to tears.

Karen

I am normally not a fan of 3D, but I was intrigued after I read Roger Ebert's comment: "What astonishes me is how much I love the use of 3-D in "Life of Pi." I've never seen the medium better employed, not even in "Avatar," and although I continue to have doubts about it in general, Lee never uses it for surprises or sensations, but only to deepen the film's sense of places and events." (Meanwhile, I didn't even see it on the big screen!)

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