Reviews



Title
Author


Slumdog Millionaire   4/28/18
by Citizen Rules
This is not a feel good film, it is powerful and thought provoking, but many of the scenes show the sad and brutal life of slum children in India.

Slumdog Millionaire   5/26/10
by Tacitus
Slumdog Millionaire is as poignant and vibrant a take on street kids as City of God is.

Slumdog Millionaire   4/17/09
by spudracer
This isn't one to pass up, but it's certainly not one that will blow your mind. It is, quite honestly, a simple film with extraordinary elements that make it shine when it needs to.

Slumdog Millionaire   2/02/09
by TheUsualSuspect
The vibrant colours hit you and never leave, you actually feel like you are in another world. The sound design is immense and astounding, great attention to detail that is backed with a joyful soundtrack.

Slumdog Millionaire   1/31/09
by Yoda
Slumdog Millionaire is about a young Indian man named Jamal, played by three different actors at different points in his life.

Slumdog Millionaire   1/05/09
by Swedish Chef
I don't wanna reduce myself to just throwing around a bunch of critic buzz words here, but I'd say contrived, predictable, silly and ridiculous would all do the trick in accurately pinning down this one.

Slumdog Millionaire   12/14/08
by Holden Pike
The actors are all good, especially Dev Patel who plays the present-day Jamal and Ayush Mahesh Khedekar who plays the character at his youngest points.


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