Evaluation Essay for Slumdog Millionaire
A troop of barefoot children play base ball on a piece of private land which is full of small stones and dirt. Suddenly, a plane flies over a child’s head, and it almost kills the child. At the same time, two security officers who are riding motorcycles and holding stout wooden sticks run after the children. The children clamber up a rooftop and jump off the housetop expertly. Also, they run through a midden and foul river. In fact, all of them are growing up in the slums of Mumbai. Can you imagine that a person who grows up in the slums can be a winner of the show called “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”
Actually, the story of Jamal Malik who wins a staggering 20 million rupees on the show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” is amazing. No one could believe that this could happen. The police even arrest Jamal on suspicion of cheating when the show rested for the night. Although Jamal is an orphan from the slums of Mumbai never studied, he has had rich life experiences while growing up. He is cheated by vicious local gangs, and he almost is blinded by such vicious persons. I think that his experiences would be the answer for why Jamal could win in the show. The film of Slumdog Millionaire is excellent. It not only has a wonderful script, but also has a good structure that expresses the every thing in the movie. In addition, an audience can learn about Indian cultures and people's livelihoods through the movie. This movie has many issues worth thinking about such as destiny.
An excellent movie can affect an audience’s mood, and the audiences sometimes may feel nervous and excited about some plots of the movie. Audiences feel as if they are on a roller coaster which makes their emotions to go up and down. The script of Slumdog Millionaire is fantastic, especially the part of Jamal and Salim’s growth processes which are like pieces of a puzzle to be completed. This growth processes are one of the very beautiful plots of the