attack of the hindi language
By gappa on 3/9/2009
really, did "he and his brother run from Hindis"? who even knew this was possible.
I don't get the hype
By mr314 on 11/15/2008
As this review suggests, the movie spirals into your typical Bollywood flick. That generic story is just well hidden underneath excellent cinematography and production, which is why I give it the high rating. Films like Salaam Bombay and City of God are much more powerful - the silly romance in Slumdog kills a lot of the grit and energy it began with. I recommend it because it's worth watching once, but still don't understand all the hype.
A must watch Movie
By rajesh_adept on 11/7/2008
Really nice movie and its review is very good http://movies.iexplorehere.com/review/782/Slumdog-Millionaire.html I have download its wallpaper and photos A penniless young man has taken India by storm as he is on his way to winning 20 million rupees on IndiaÂ’s popular version of Â“Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?Â”. But due to mistrust of the knowledge he shouldnÂ’t possibly have, he is taken away by the police. It is there he explains to his captors how he could have all the answers. It all makes way for a tale of destiny yet unfulfilled in the guise of a young woman that he loves.
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