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Pi 1998

From Amazon: Patterns exist everywhere: in nature, in science, in religion, in business. Max Cohen (played hauntingly by Sean Gullette) is a mathematician searching for these patterns in everything. Yet, he's not the only one, and everyone from Wall Street investors, looking to break the market, to Hasidic Jews, searching for the 216-digit number that reveals the true name of God, are trying to get their hands on Max. This dark, low-budget film was shot in black and white by director Darren Aronofsky. With eerie music, voice-overs, and overt symbolism enhancing the somber mood, Aronofsky has created a disturbing look at the world. Max is deeply...

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No image existsPamela Hart
No image existsSamia Shoaib
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Pi Movie Review by BillyBob (12/16/2012)


Was Pi's story really so recklessly brilliant that it almost collided with stupidity? - or - Was its story such a farce that its brilliance was only that of pretense? I really can't seem to decide, either here nor there, on this matter.

You know, I find myself to be really riding the fence when it comes to this...

(complete Pi review by BillyBob)

Pi Movie Review by Xavier (4/18/2007)

This is not an easy film to describe. This is not a particularly easy film to Watch either. Very sOmbre and dark witH some trUly creepy momeNts, Pi is also utterly brilliant. Most of the general population of this planet are possibly more concerned with the BraDs and ScaRlEtts in the pretty big bu Dget movies, a movie...

(complete Pi review by Xavier)

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