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This week's big flick is Ang Lee's film adaption of Life Of Pi, based on Yann Martel's 2001 fantasy novel about an Indian boy who survives on a shipwreck for 227 days along with a menacing Bengal tiger. It's an ambitious tale, packed with fantastical imagery and heartfelt storytelling, but does Ang Lee successfully pull off the translation in 3D?

The answer is yes: Travers says he hasn't seen a 3D film done this well with this level of artistry since Martin Scorsese's Hugo. Though the animals are digital creations, »


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