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Slumdog Millionaire £3.99 @ Hmv (Quidco)

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banned6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
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British director Danny Boyle takes another intriguing career turn with this heartfelt underdog tale. Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) is a street kid (or 'slumdog') who has landed an appearance on India's version of the hit TV game show WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? Jamal exceeds expectations on the show, and the producers alert the police after they become suspicious of his methods. The young contestant is subsequently arrested and is interrogated at the hands of a nameless police inspector (played by Bollywood star Irrfan Khan). As the interrogation proceeds, Boyle tells Jamal's story through harrowing flashbacks that both show the terrible poverty of Mumbai and help explain how he knew the answers to the MILLIONAIRE questions.


SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE is a tightly woven story that has been expertly edited into shape. The contrast between Jamal's upbringing and his chance of escaping it on the show are adeptly juxtaposed. Mumbai is portrayed as a place of terrifying poverty and unforgettable brutality, and Jamal and his brother get into a never-ending succession of challenging situations. But the way Boyle ties together Jamal's life experiences with his answers on the show is quite brilliant, and the film really does run the full gamut of emotions as we see him growing up, falling in love, coming close to death, and teetering on the brink of escaping from his terrible predicament. The film belongs to Boyle's cast, Patel, in particular, gives a startlingly mature performance that audiences are likely to remember long after the credits role on this affecting feature.
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#1
The cover for the DVD is all 'Yaaaaay! Woohooo!' and the movie isn't.
#2
I think this was on Channel 4 recently.... I could be wrong though... Never saw it advertised....
#3
It was on Channel 4 a few weeks back.
I thought the film was quite good and sure to be repeated on Film 4/More 4.
#4
Brilliant Price :thumbsup:
#5
been on channel 4 3 times rubbish!!
#6
depressing film
#7
Awesome Film.
#8
Good movie, worth it I would say
#9
definitely way overhyped and quite long to sit through, but not bad all the same. good deal!
#10
rubbish and overrated, worth the one watch. why would anyone buy **** like this to own, waste of money.
#11
good price but i wouldnt watch this if they were to pay me
#12
Ghastly film - burning out children's eyes - really feel good movie.
#13
Ive seen it and tbh couldnt understand the fuss people made about it. thought it was rubbish but that just my opinion.:)
#14
Not worth the CD its printed on! bad film and even wors acting!!! not everyones apinion but is mine......

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