‘Life of Pi’: A beautiful, frightening movie that teaches a lesson about God

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By Fred Allen

“Life of Pi” is perhaps the most beautiful movie I have seen. One scene is unforgettable. It is nighttime and a phosphorescent glow rises from the ocean depths surrounding the lifeboat and the sea life around it. This is where the 3-D kicks in, making the ocean a bottomless pit of glowing phantoms. Other scenes are nearly as astonishing. But we mustn’t forget the Bengal tiger. He is a frightful demon until Pi (Suraj Sharma) forces a truce between them, and proves the cruel lesson demonstrated to him by his father to be less than true.

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