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This movie is so male chauvinist that it feels incredibly old. Which makes it even worse because it tries to be modern and funny and kinder to woman but it fails miserably. If it's worth for something is because the guys are hot and the girls are talented and may be the chemistry works. For the rest, I've lost an hour and half of my life.
It might be sad, but Aronofsky shines in the restraints of money. Pi is a work of art, where every detail is thought and put in place for the concept, the idea behind the movie, from the black and white grainy visual, the short framing, the music, the rithm, everything ads up. The low budget is a blessing for this movie.
O'Russell and Jennifer are totally over rated, someome has to say it. Bradley Cooper and JLaw have no chemistry at all. It is a basic romantic whatever, 'cos it's not a comedy nor a drama. The mental issues are just an exuse to get them to meet, but it doesn't relly dig in to it. It has nothing original and the ending (SPOILER ALERT) with the kiss under the rain is tacky and repetitive.
For anyone who has experienced what it is to have a loved one with a terminal disease, this movie is the perfect picture of how that feels, how it consumes all the happiness around, and it's nones fault. That's why I loved this movie.
It's my favourite movie, I've watched it like a million times. I love how Van Dormael maneges to mix up so many philosophic and scientific theories and translates it to a very compelling visiual. For some it might take to watch it a few times to get it, but I think the director really rises to the challenge. (It's my humble opinion)