Targetting movie buffs in India, social networking site MySpace has introduced its Black Curtain Screenings for India.
Black Curtain Screenings allows MySpace members to watch anticipated Bollwood and Hollywood movies before they are released for the public. Interestingly, these movie premiere are free, however, you need to be at the movie theater well in advance as the service is based on first-come-first-serve basis.
To Avail of this free pass, all you need is a free MySpace account and a printer. First login to your MySpace account and then add SlumDog to your friend’s list on MySpace. Now select the ‘Change my Top Friends’ link and include SlumDog in your Top friends on MySpace.
Print your MySpace profile page and head over to Fame AdLabs Cinema in Andheri (W) and grab a seat.
Check out the review of the movie over here -> slum dog movie review
Mini_Review – “sherry”-
We went to see the film ‘Slumdog millionaire’ yesterday and I came out feeling humiliated that such an ugly side of Mumbai is now exposed to the world. I was in tears as that it was all true and that children lived and died like that and nobody really cared! I can only hope it all changes… On the bright side I think the lil boy Ayush Mahesh Khedekar who played the 7-8 year old Salim Malik did an even better job than Dev Patel (who won the golden globe awards) and he really was such a cute lil boy
Incredible India is all bloody hogwash, the rich are becoming richer and the poor continue to suffer every single day. Little children continue to beg at every street and work for a living selling flowers and assorted stuff. My heart bleeds for the poor especially the poor children, and unlike the film the end of all these lil children is they become like the older brother (part of ‘bhai’ gangs) or they become drug addicts/dealers/pimps etc. Incredible India means nothing to those poor people struggling to survive everyday. I wont be surprised if kids are still being blinded to make them earn more as beggars, we know for sure that children in orphanages were being trafficked and until recently i still saw lil kids with babies in their arms begging on the streets. It’s shameful that ‘incredible’ India is not being able to give our children the basic human rights.
I’m so so ashamed, serves us right that the world should know the reality. We really are a country where people kill each other in the name of religion, children are blinded to earn more as beggars, where children live in rubbish dumps eating whats dumped there and where poverty makes monsters out of these children, where terrorists get on a boat, get into India and terrorise and kill and hold the city to ransom for days!
As for foreign companies investing in India who benefits from it – them, they make more money + they win awards for selling our poverty in films like this. Nothing comes to India and definitely not to the poor of India!
Reality bites and how! the first step is in acknowledging that this is reality more than the fluffy ‘incredible india’ story that the media sells us. – stephanie C
2.India is the just the same today as what it was yesterday and the day before….. no changes….
I think that is what upsets us all. All these changes in the world of which India is so much apart… But guess what NO Change in India….
And i guess this movie has made us realise that its time for a change or rather to change – Sooch
3.India is the Power house of the World now ! Do u know it now. Be it in its prowess of
ecnomical capacity with all its scams like “SATYAM Computers” & not to talk about the BOLLYWOOD. It has become the world most liked on Cinema of today !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
O.K. Now to tell u, as u read this, the SLUMLORD MILLIONARE film has been nominated
for OSCARS for 3 items, the best direction, the best acting & last the best composing
original & Mixing for A.R.REHMAN – napoleon john