Life Of Pi (2012) is a 3D adventure fantasy film directed by Ang Lee based upon Yann Martel's Booker Prize winning novel. A 16 year old Indian boy survives a shipwreck in which his family perished and shares a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker.
DADDY: What did you think of the movie?
LILLY: I thought it was beautiful and scary.
DADDY: I thought it was amazing and lyrical.
DADDY: Who was your favourite character?
LILLY: I liked Pi.
DADDY: It was all about him really and the tiger Richard Parker.
LILLY: Who is your favourite character?
DADDY: I liked him and the tiger.
DADDY: What was your favourite moment?
LILLY: When they called him names in school.
DADDY: He was very clever about stopping that bullying wasn't he?
DADDY: I liked when Pi tried to mark his own territory on the boat by weeing and the tiger weed on him.
LILLY: That was good too, it would be my second favourite moment.
DADDY: Would you recommend this to your friends?
LILLY: No because it was too scary, mum watched it with us and she screamed.
DADDY: She screams at anything.
LILLY: I sort of agree.
LILLY: I'm giving it four out of five stars because it was a bit too sad.
DADDY: It was an emotional film. I'm giving it five stars because it was beautiful and made me think a lot.