Yann Martel’s Life of Pi tells about the story of a young religious Indian boy Pi (short for Piscine Molitor Patel) who finds himself on a boat with a Hyena, a Zebra, an Orangutan and a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker after his ship, carrying him, his family and the animals of his zoo to Canada, meets with a storm and sinks.
Ang Lee’s film adaptation of the book remains loyal to the source for the most part and succeeds…
Take out the tiresome Kajal Aggarwal segments and the filler songs and we have a commercial action Tamil flick which is entertaining and satisfying; something that we haven't come across in a really long time recently. Thupakki makes use of all the elements that makes a Tamil action flick so much fun to watch;yes there are over-the-top action sequences and smart punchlines and yet the film makes sure never to overdo it.
I caught up with this one after reading reviews that this was one hell of a movie... I was left wondering after leaving the theatre whether we watched the same movie...
i mean this movie was uninspiring,boring and there wad nothing spectacular about the movie...Captain America is all fun in the beginning showing a weak Steve Rogers getting rejected from military duties but after he is transformed into the super soldier that is Captain America,the movie losses its ground..