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Pi 1998 123movies

Pi 1998 123movies

There will be no order, only chaosJul. 10, 199884 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Max is a genius mathematician who’s built a supercomputer at home that provides something that can be understood as a key for understanding all existence. Representatives both from a Hasidic cabalistic sect and high-powered Wall Street firm hear of that secret and attempt to seduce him.
Plot: The debut film from Darren Aronofsky in which a mathematical genius Maximilian Cohen discovers a link in the connection between numbers and reality and thus believes he can predict the future.
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An excellent mathematical sci-fi thriller.
I am generally wary of movie portrayals of scientists and people who are supposedly scientific geniuses. It seems that most movie-makers are not scientifically inclined and never manage to do a convincing job. Pi, however, is a very interesting movie and Sean Gullette does a reaonably good job of portraying a genius on the edge of insanity. My fears that this would be another typical bad science movie were quelled very quickly, never to return again. Of course, they didn’t get all the details down pat, but most of it was believable (or close) and some of it was correct. Comments on science aside though, I think this was one of the more interesting, and certainly one of the most original, movies I have seen this year.There are provocative metaphors hidden (well, not very deeply) throughout the movie (esp. the bugs), and the subject is so completely novel that it is really worth seeing. In conclusion I would say that if you think a movie about number theory would be boring, in regard to this movie you would be wrong. If, like me, you think a movie about number theory would be exciting but probably done badly, then you will have to accept that this movie is not really about number theory, but about a number theorist. As far as the execution goes though, you needn’t worry about it, it is a pleasant relief from the usual.
Review By: Traska Rating: 8 Date: 1998-08-15
not about math, but about obsession, paranoia, searching for answers never found
Pi is the kind of movie I wished I could’ve seen in one of those dank art-house movie theaters in New York City, as it’s practically gift-wrapped for the crowds. But it’s not done with every shot lingering on the characters, soaking in minimalism in its black and white photography, quite the opposite. Darren Aronofsky is a filmmaker I first got into through Requiem for a Dream, which now years after I saw it I want to revisit again upon the soon to be released the Fountain and especially after now seeing Pi. Before with ‘Requiem’, I did like the movie a lot, but felt a little apprehensive about deeming it that old term ‘masterpiece’ as the editing, while ultra fast for a purpose, almost came off as too “MTV” for me. But years later, after hundreds of more films taken in, I’m ready for a second look. In this particular case, Pi is also the kind of movie that warrants a second look at the director’s other films. His themes run just as much together as does his breakneck style. And it’s not just to show off; he truly does get inside a psychology through subjective camera AND editing, to a degree that might impress Hitchcock, albeit with some whiplash.

Max Cohen played by Sean Gullette is the protagonist of the story, who’s main foe is none other than the universe itself, in a sense, all through one number. Or rather, a series of numbers, one which might unlock the Stock Market secret for him. He doesn’t even want to play the market, mind you, but the point for him- if one can follow- might be attributed to a repeated memory he has of looking at the sun as a boy, and soon looking past the shock of actually looking long at it. This is a very small device by Aronofsky but it works well to establish- and continue- this man’s downward spiral. And spirals, by the way, seem to also figure into the film, as well as a secret technology firm (with a woman who reminded me of Condaleeza Rice look-alike), and especially a near undercover Hasidim ring where they need the numbers *in* Cohen’s head to unlock some big secret to God. But even with all of this pressure, Cohen can’t shake what’s dogging him around, in his own cramped, wire-ridden apartment, with many bugs crawling around.

The key for this movie really is atmosphere, in the acting (if it makes you uncomfortable sometimes that’s the point too, and it’s probably the strangest performance of a lifetime for Gullette), the production design (that apartment and the subways), the grainy, spectacular photography by Matthew Libatique, the editing to be sure- which here, unlike the breakneck ‘Requiem’, does take a break from the cuts so quick they almost past subliminally (which isn’t bad)- and the moody music that is so slight you almost forget its there. It even works for me, and this is a big plus, as someone who’s not really interested in mathematics (worst subject in school), and even better as it drew me in to his obsessions with it. I really liked one of the early scenes between Max and his the friendly Hassidic man who explains on paper different numbers and their relation to parts of the Torah. And, in the end, it all comes down to getting engrossed through what the filmmaker’s bringing in with this man. There is a sort of detachment from reality- that most of us would never touch much of this with a ten foot pole- but then again it really isn’t. Aronofsky also makes a point of some hallucinations/dreams adding to the ambiance, skidding almost towards the pretentious, and thus creating a world all of its own in Pi for Max, and for us as well.

A film that I shall certainly seek out again when I can, if only to see if I can understand some things a little more (or maybe not as case might be), and to see such a powerhouse performance from Gullette. Grade: A

Review By: Quinoa1984 Rating: 9 Date: 2006-09-09

Other Information:

Original Title Pi
Release Date 1998-07-10
Release Year 1998

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Budget 60000
Revenue 3221152
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Darren Aronofsky
Writer Darren Aronofsky, Darren Aronofsky (story), Sean Gullette (story), Eric Watson (story), Darren Aronofsky (voice over written by), Sean Gullette (voice over written by)
Actors Sean Gullette, Mark Margolis, Ben Shenkman, Pamela Hart
Country USA
Awards 8 wins & 12 nominations.
Production Company Truth and Soul Pictures, Protozoa Pictures, Harvest Filmworks, Plantain Films
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Camera Aaton XTR Prod, Canon and Angenieux Lenses, Bolex H16
Laboratory Bono Film Labs, Arlington (VA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm (Eastman Plus-X 7276, Tri-X 7278)
Cinematographic Process Ultra 16
Printed Film Format 35 mm (blow-up)

Pi 1998 123movies
Pi 1998 123movies
Pi 1998 123movies
Original title Pi
TMDb Rating 7.1 1,535 votes

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