Summary: Danny Boyle continues to reinvent himself. Slumdog Millionaire is an example of pure, old-school filmmaking, transposed into impoverished India. The director tells a classic story of love, revenge, and redemption, using mostly unknown actors and settings.
Excerpt: "Slumdog" Jamal who grew up on the streets of Bombay is at the brink of winning the grand prize of India's version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire when is is "questioned" by the police suspecting fraud. Danny Boyle's latest and highly acclaimed project has a lot of the energy that marked his debut.
Summary: I did not expect this movie to be as good as it was.It definitely deserved an Oscar.Its just a shame while everybody is making $$$ off this movie, The kids in this film are still living in shacks
Excerpt: A foreign film based on the manipulation of a game show and the love of 2 individuals. Obviously, the cinematography of the film really brought out the “slum” areas of India. It likewise showed how BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) companies have been booming in the said country.
Summary: Best movie I've ever seen, I think. I wanted to cry the whole time. I literally couldn't breathe at the end. So brilliant. So romantic. So perfect. So engaging. A fairytale of epic proportions. I don't think I've ever cared so much about a movie. It deserved every Oscar it won and more.
Summary: this film, Slumdog millionaire, is a very admirable movie. I like it very much!! all questions ask from the program, ''Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'', to Jamal are related to his childhood years. The best Boyle's films I watched.