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Actors of "Pi (1998)"
Characters of "Pi (1998)"
Directors of "Pi (1998)"Darren AronofskyBirthdate: 12 February 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Pi (1998)"Darren AronofskyBirthdate: 12 February 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Pi (1998)"TIME MagazineMarch 29, 2009
Aronofsky, who has parlayed this movie's Sundance success into two Hollywood deals, is that rare indie filmmaker who doesn't want to make hip romantic sitcoms. He's a genuine experimenter with a spooky visual style.Time OutFebruary 29, 2008
We share Max's feelings of imminent psychological disintegration as the film probes our own insecurity in the face of the eternal. Maths meets millennial doom in one of the decade's true originals.VarietyJune 06, 2007
It's remarkable to what extent Aronofsky has rendered the cerebral kinetically intense. The film's imaginative, diverse images create a mind's-eye urban claustrophobia.Globe and MailJuly 12, 2002
Audacious and bursting with ideas.Salon.comDecember 19, 2001
The movie's low-budget look neatly matches the claustrophobia of Max's life, but the filmmakers have also devised some special shooting methods for certain scenes. These sequences -- breathless and jangly chases, for the most part -- look terrific.Chicago ReaderJanuary 01, 2000
Pi turns what should be a metaphoric relationship into a stupefyingly literal-minded thriller.Movie MezzanineFebruary 20, 2014
Pi accomplishes so much more with...its micro-budget than a Hollywood production could.Old School ReviewsJanuary 30, 2013
a real treatCity Pages, Minneapolis/St. PaulAugust 21, 2009
Both story and style reveal the calculations of an artist so desperate to get noticed that he forgot to cover his id.Bangitout.comJuly 09, 2009
Pi is certainly about the burden of genius, but it very well may also be about mythical powers and faulty dogma in Judaism.ColeSmithey.comMay 18, 2009
When the Torah is explained in mathematical terms, it's enough to make you want to take up second year trig - like the movie, a deeply flawed idea.Film4March 29, 2009
Disturbing, exhilarating, and sure to send anyone of conservative temperament scuttling from the room.
Gallery of "Pi (1998)"