Pi and Richard Parker eat and drink freely and regain strength
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Pi and Richard Parker undergo various experiences: an initially frightening school of flying fish, near submerging thanks to a curious whale, months of exposure to the punishing elements, the aforementioned storm, a brief stay on a floating island that proves to hold a sinister secret.…
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Weeks later they reach a floating island of edible plants, supporting a mangrove jungle, fresh water pools, and a large population of meerkats. Pi and Richard Parker eat and drink freely and regain strength. At night, the island transforms into a hostile environment: Richard Parker retreats to the lifeboat and the meerkats sleep in the trees while the fresh water pools turn acidic and digest the dead fish in the pools. Pi discovers that the island itself is carnivorous after finding a human tooth embedded in a flower. The next day, Pi and Richard Parker leave the island.
Pi and Richard Parker, no doubt, are two great friends showed it all to me. Until cried in the scene where Pi and Richard Parker were simply together, amidst all that immense and infinite ocean. All the while Pi and Richard Parker are getting stronger and healthier. Pi feels the tiger may be looking for a mate and may become threatening so he decides to resume training. He teaches the tiger three jumping through a hoop tricks, but is unable to perfect jumping through a rolling hoop. Suraj Sharma is a revelation as Pi. His character's unshakable belief in God and determined spirit help carry the film to a whole other level, and his relationship with Richard Parker is both stunning and strangely surreal. Speaking of Parker, he's one of the best animal actors to appear in any film (despite the fact that he's an entirely computer-animated creation). Those of you who haven't seen the movie might be wondering how a tiger could ever be strong enough to deliver a memorable, Oscar-worthy performance. Well, let's just say that once you see this film, you may just gain a better appreciation for motion-capture technology in live-action cinema. Lee also has a fantastic way of making the screenplay feel consistently engaging at every single turn. From the majestic visual artistry of the various animals that appear in the film to the contemplative scenes of silence that Pi and Richard Parker share over a series of astounding oceanic backdrops, "Life of Pi" fully captures your attention and doesn't let go until the very end.The story of Pi and Richard Parker already has the clean simplicity of a myth and really doesn't require significant elaboration, but following in the footsteps of the source material, the film provides elaboration anyway, demonstrating a condescension to the audience that dulls the spectacle it punctuates.