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Top 5 Films From The Winter Season (5th and 4th Place)

Life in your freshman year of college is a stark contrast from the daily routine of High School life. While Senior year of High School differs from the previous three years in terms of seriousness and workload, the basic idea is the same. 812 more words

Entertainment

0229 | Life Of Pi

Ang Lee’s Life Of Pi, though undoubtedly a technically-impressive work, left me feeling a little non-plussed. Its simple story is engaging and welcoming, the acting by debutant Suraj Sharma is impressive (especially considering all the blue screen and water tank work he had to undertake) and Lee’s surety of hand is as present and correct as always, yet I doubt I’ll ever want to re-visit this overly-striking, colourful adaptation of Yann Martel’s popular novel; it’s a little like overdoing it with sweets or desserts … kind of enjoyable at the time but you feel nauseous afterwards. 1,117 more words

Film

Movie Review: Life of Pi

Life of Pi –  The best movie I saw in 2013

This not just another “castaway” movie, it’s a movie about survival and faith in hopeless situations done in a very beautiful way of storytelling. 256 more words

Reviews

Words I Love

“It is a terrible thing, this kindess that human beings do not lose. Terrible, because when we are finally naked in the dark and cold, it is all we have. 29 more words

Literature

Life of Pi

by Yann Martel

Life of Pi is a fantasy adventure novel by Yann Martel published in 2001. The protagonist, Piscine Molitor “Pi” Patel, a Tamil boy from Pondicherry, explores issues of spirituality and practicality from an early age. 22 more words

Books

Van Damme-a-thon 2015: Double Team

Believe me, I’ve done some very good stuff and very crazy stuff, and I don’t regret the crazy stuff…even the Van Damme-a-thon’s.

Movie Boiled Down to Brass Tax: James Bond Van Damme… 883 more words

Movies

The Life of Pi

While our younger daughters had friends for sleepovers last night – yes, that’s right, two sleepovers, because we’re stupid – we let our eldest daughter stay up late to watch a movie with us. 217 more words

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