I'm about to say something that won't likely make me very popular but I have to say it: I finally saw Slumdog Millionaire and hated it. I thought it was terrible. I was not entertained but rather heartbroken and ended up with two more wrinkles from grimacing the entire time. That is not fun. Boooooooooo. And yes, I understand that a movie is "good" when it elicits powerful emotions but I say, "Boooo, I want my Sunday night back, please."
looked it up on wikipedia researched it before writing this and learned something interesting: the torture scenes are (probably) not in the book because the lead character is telling the story to his lawyer, not the cops, and neither were the scenes of the Hindu-Muslim riots, which significantly reduces the material I found the most difficult and makes me suspect I might have enjoyed the book more. Come to think of it, I also can't watch Pet Sematary past the tractor-trailer v. Gage scene because it hurts too much but I enjoyed the book.
And if that isn't enough to get you to make fun of me, my heart also breaks when people are mean to old men.
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