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Slumdog Millionaire

Rated R for some violence, disturbing images and language.

R In Theaters 11/12/2008 , 116min.
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Viewer Score
77%
Viewer score based on 471 ratings
86%
Critic score based on 36 reviews

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September 07, 2009
ANSI01
I don't understand what was so great about this movie. It was disconnected. It didn'y makre sense. And the dancing scene at the end did not go with the story. I wish Bwjamin Button had won best picture
June 24, 2009
SUB34
I am a 48 year old American male and I love everything from Gone With the Wind to the Terminator. I like 95% of all the westerns and about the same with documentaries and most genres, BUT SLUM DOG IS ONE OF THE WORST MOVIES I HAVE EVER SEEN , PERIOD . Everybody I watched it with said the same thing, it was junk. I have enjoyed watching paint dry better, this movie is junk. Everybody we saw it
June 15, 2009
Rean Rossier
This movie is a Millonarie / Winner I got to say this is a great film Dav Pavel is a great acter & this movie is brillant! - Rean Rossier Movie Fone
April 29, 2009
crayonsquiggles
Brilliant storyline, lovable characters, and eye-opening. This was a great film and easy to see why it won so many Oscars.
April 26, 2009
Godlovesyou4030
NO MATTER IN WHAT LANQUAGE ALTHOUGH MOSTLY ENGLISH. THIS HAD A TREMENDOUS STORYLINE THAT WILL KEEP YOU FACINATED. IT BUILDS UP AND EXPLAINS EACH INTERVAL OF BECOMING A SLUM DOG MILLIONAIRE. AND IN THE POOREST OF CONTINENTS THE CORRUPTION OF EVER LIVING AN AMERICAN DREAM DOES NOT EXIST FOR ANYONE ELSE UNLESS THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES. A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE. THAT UNDERSTANDS MOVIES AND THE CONTRAST

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The Hollywood Reporter
What's perhaps most fascinating about the film is Boyle's relentless focus on the realities of present-day India as a vehicle for his spectacle and laughs. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Like all good fairy tales, this outsize celebration of perseverance and moral triumph contains within it a deeper idea -- in this case, the relative nature of what we think we know, and what's worth knowing at all. No doubt Dickens himself would approve. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Director Danny Boyle's riveting and kaleidoscopic tale, based on Vikas Swarup's debut novel "Q and A," is exquisitely adapted to the screen by Simon Beaufoy. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
A stylish, ingeniously constructed bit of hokum, a sparkling trinket of a movie that's as implausible as it is irresistible. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
The result is magical and life affirming, and will enrapture those who are not scared away by the mention of "subtitles." Full Review

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