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Very raw,stripped-down.I never seen a type movie like this.It's the little-movie-that-could of 2008.It would have easily scored a 10...but it is getting a bit too overated.Its just sweeping the award season.A movie hasn't done this since "Titanic".But I think "The Wrestler" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" are better in my words.However,this is a great epic love story of bollywood...
This was an awesome and inspiring story. This film had a wonderful plot and storyline. I also think this film is very original, and I can see filmakers making movies just like this one, and I will know that slumdog millionare gave those filmakers the idea of making those movies. I personally think this is the second best movie of the year (followed by the Dark Knight), and it deserved to win best picture at the Academy Awards. Danny Boyle does a wonderful job making this movie and it also should've deserved all the oscars it was nominated for. If I were you I would go see this film right away.
It was good, don't get me wrong.
But the fact that it beat out Button is absurd.
The more I get away from it, I admit, I like it more, but it won't pass up Button.
Or even Milk for that matter.
It deserved all the Oscars it got, except Best Picture
Slumdog Millionaire is the movie of the year.
Never before have a seen a movie that was so inspiring and touching. It brings up a good issue and does a good job at illustrating what life is like for so many people.
Besides telling a good story and sending a message, it was exciting and epic. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. I got stressed out just watching the main character answer the questions on the Indian version of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire".
Within the complicated and heartbreaking plot is a bittersweet love story. Although it’s not the main focus of the film, it is one of the most important elements and it will win you over if the rest of the movie doesn't. Even though the movie is about the struggles and hardships of two young boys living in the slums of India, there ends up being some hope that comes out of it and I think that it is a very important aspect to include in a movie that is so intense and depressing because you end up leaving the theater feeling good and happy.
This is really sad. Isnt there anyone to do something about it? I heard from my friend from India that even parents diable their own kids on purpose to make money off of them by begging. That is sick and disgusting .
I can not understand the reason of this exegerated "succes" in London on the BAFTA
2009 Award in too many time accorded to this film.
Probably my eyes are troubled when I said these words , but ex. The curious case if Benjamin
Button or Australia were much better made movies and giving us pleasure aftre waching them
Sorry folr Australia and Benjamin Button and I can not say greetings for BAFTA Academy
Wow, such a good movie. It is a lot different then i thought it would be. It really shows the hardship of life in a 3rd world country. It"s really touching.
this film was a masterpiece highly recommended
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