Michael Cusumano (@SeriousFilm): The effects work on Life of Pi is stunning. It will give The Hobbit a run for its money for the Oscar #NYFF
Nadia Neophytou (@NadiaNeophytou): After watching #LifeofPi, all the emotions from reading the book have been stirred up again. From the page to the screen - incredible #NYFF
Anne Thompson (@akstanwyck): Ang Lee's transcendent Life of Pi reminds that film can heal and inspire. It will play for global critics, audiences and award givers.
David Ehrlich (@davidehrlich): LIFE OF PI: people say the cinema is dying, and yet films like this prove that it's *still* just being invented. #NYFF
Christopher Rosen (@chrisjrosen): 'Life of Pi' is really something. An audience film that also manages to be beautiful art *and* Oscar friendly. The trifecta! #nyff
Joanna Langfield (@Joannalangfield): Ang Lee has accomplished the impossible: @LifeofPiMovie is astounding. #NYFF
Matt Patches (@misterpatches): Life of Pi: Thrilled there's so much heart and humanity behind Ang Lee's stunning visual feast. #NYFF
Rudie Obias (@Rudie_Obias): Despite its script problems, LIFE OF PI was extraordinary! The 3D elevates the narrative when its words lets it down. Never doubt Ang Lee!
John Semley (@johnsemley3000): LIFE OF PI (Lee): A faithful (writ small and large) adaptation of Martel's novel. Dull in long stretches. Bright 3D looks great. #NYFF50