10/10 … My extreme movie interest came from watching Horror movies as a child and I feel in love with the genre and the scares they gave me. Nowdays, I still watch horror, and it’s the genre I look out for new titles most. The problem is that nothing gives me that adrenaline kick of being frighten anymore, but movies like this one does. It’s tense and the element of true story makes this one amazing. It both feels me with that adrenaline rush that makes me talk to the people onscreen, on how they should act 🙂 … and makes me furious over these f**king religious degenerates.

Religion of peace, isn’t that what we often hear from the believer. Why are you atheists always attacking us? Leave us alone. No, shit like this right here, is why we don’t leave you alone. You spread hate and fear, making people feel bad about themselves. If you shut the hell up and worshiped your invisible sky daddy in the privacy of your own home, then it would be one thing, but you don’t. As long as you force your fantasy tales upon others,

10/10 … This is one of those perfect movies, you know the ones that you wouldn’t change a second, the ones that you put on to have in the background but after 2 minutes you sit there glowed to the screen.

The movie is an fantastic mix of action, adventure, comedy, drama and romance. The story is uniquely told in flashback as Jamal must reveal how he knew the Who wants to be a millionaire show’s answers. For instance, he knew who was on a U.S. hundred-dollar bill from when he was stealing from tourists and posing as a phony tour guide. The story of Jamal, his brother and Latika is so engaging that even the police chief questioning him wants to know what happens next in the story…..

I don’t believe in heaven or hell, so I’m just gonna say it: Mother Teresa was . . . not good. How dare someone criticize a saint? It’s easier if you realize that religion is a human construct and that saints and miracles don’t really exist except in the minds of people who built one […]