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20th Century Fox
If you have never heard of Willow, shame on you. If you have never seen Willow, double shame on you. If you clicked on this review with nostalgic giddiness at the sight of Madmartigan, you are my kind of person.
It's a bit strange watching a film for the first time after a pile of Academy Awards have been thrust upon it. Not only are expectations raised but also, you tend to be a bit more critical of what you are seeing. Luckily, Life of Pi is deserving of all those accolades and after the first few minutes, I already knew I was in for a cinematic treat.
Surfing is not a popular genre in Hollywood as of late but that is what makes them intriguing nonetheless. Of course, with something somewhat different, I become a bit hesitant, especially when the title is stamped with "Based on a True Story". That phrase has become both a blessing and a curse on expectations for moviegoers.