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Teen Times by Cody Hilton

 

Life of Pi

The Academy Award winning film Life of Pi surprised many by the nominations it received, however, listening to people leaving the theatre should have been a prediction of good things to come for this amazing film about a boy, a tiger and the sea.

It is a grand adventure on an epic scale and tells of the survival skills that go into play in an unforgettable style. The 3D state-of-the-art wizardry of the film creates the amazing place where Pi learns to command his destiny during 227 days at sea and the mental adaptation implemented. Suraj Sharma’s spiritual journey becomes one with his nautical journey in a mysterious story.

Dealing with thirst and starvation, mighty storms, flying fish, humpbacked whales, schools of dolphins, a luminous jelly fish and his companion the fierce tiger is handled magnificently with 3D by Chilean director of photography Claudio Miranda.

Life of Pi ends with a surprising question about the reality of what the audience sees and challenges teleological issues, however, this is a film level that inspires the spirit of man and the finest in state-of-the-art movie production. This is a great movie for the entire family.

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                Kids Kaleidoscope

Los Angeles Children's

Film Festival

When
April 26 - May 5, 2013
Los Angeles Children's Film Festival April 26 - May 5, 2013 featuring A MONSTER IN PARIS in 3-D

In partnership with New York International Children’s Film Festival, the American Cinematheque brings a selection of the most compelling recent films for kids to the West Coast for the first time. Included are beautifully animated features from Japan (A LETTER TO MOMO, WOLF CHILDREN), France (A MONSTER IN PARIS, in 3-D), Canada (THE DAY OF THE CROWS) and the U.S. (MEET THE SMALL POTATOES), a Chinese take on a famed fairy tale (CINDERELLA MOON) and a short film showcase.

Guest speakers and demonstrations will accompany film screenings.

A MONSTER IN PARIS /Un Monstre à Paris
Recommended ages: 5 and up. In English.
Directed by: Bibo Bergeron
Written by: Bibo Bergeron, Stéphane Kazandjian
Cast: Mathieu Chedid, Vanessa Paradis, Gad Elmaleh
A classic misunderstood-monster tale, this warm-hearted musical about the power of song features Django Reinhardt-style gypsy guitar and honey-toned vocals courtesy of Sean Lennon. 2011, Shout! Factory, 90 min, France, DCP format
Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 4:00pm

The American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre
1328 Montana Avenue,
Santa Monica, CA 90403

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