DEBORAH POTTER, correspondent: On the surface, it’s an adventure story about a boy who survives a shipwreck in a lifeboat, alone, except for a man-eating tiger. But at a deeper level, “Life of Pi” explores the meaning and endurance of faith—an unusual theme for a Hollywood movie that critics have called “dazzling” and “magical.” For director Ang Lee, the experience of translating the best-selling novel to the screen required a leap of faith.
Gangsta.Marc1152 said:The Chinese plan is to whittle down our population with traffic accidents.
The movie with the Batman-rip-off movie poster. :laugh:Jetavan said:The first "Star Trek Into Darkness" trailer is almost here. Until then, watch this abbreviated trailer "announcement" for the "Star Trek" trailer, which Paramount released in the early morning hours on Thursday.
I've been wondering about 1911. Thanks for the review. Think I will watch it this weekend.vamrat said:Saw "Les Visiteurs", the original French version of "Just Visiting". I love that movie and I LOVE Jean Reno. More Jean Reno - Wasabi, Leon: The Professional, and The Crimson Rivers.
1911 - A Jackie Chan movie about the Revolution that put Sun Yat-sen in power. Jackie Chan is surprisingly good in a serious role. There is not a whole lot of martial arts in the movie. I'm only 2/3 of the way through but so far only one fighting scene that doesn't involve bolt-action rifles...actually, scrap that, the only martial arts parts resolves about him trying to get the bolt action from the would-be assassins. Definitely worth seeing if you want to see a Chinese war movies. I still think the Finns and the Koreans are the best when it comes to war flicks, but 1911 ain't half bad!