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Three Idiots, an awesome Indian film
WHY ON EARTH AM I SO LATE IN WATCHING THIS MOVIE?
I had a lot of times being persuaded on watching the film but all those time, I refused. I always thought it was corny since it was from Bollywood. But like how things are going out for me, I ended up eating my own words in the end.
THIS IS NO ORDINARY MOVIE, OKAY?
I had seen a lot, but I have to tell everyone that this is really awesome to the infinite power. That’s without exaggeration.
Well, why? I have never seen a movie as inspiring as this. It talked a lot of life learnings and anyone could fill out a whole legal-sized sheet just to list all of them. No, it never made me go into tears, and that’s why I liked it. I realized, the movie wasn’t suppose to make you cry. It was suppose to inspire you. And teach you. Moreover, to open your eyes to the reality.
I found it splendid how Rancho (one of the lead characters) was able to do the things he did. Because of him, I found my new idol. Though it’s really sad that he’s just a character from a movie. I really wonder if there is a real Rancho in real life. If there is, please let me know him and let me be his friend for a lifetime.
Now what’s with this Rancho? He’s that man who’s never influenced very easily. Because he’s the one being influential. His personality is that strong, and I was amazed for real at his own principles. WAIT WAIT I realize now, it’s the writer/s of the story who make/s a movie worth-watching. So really, from the comments I’ve heard about Slumdog Millionaire (which I’m planning to watch very soon) and from what I’ve seen in this movie, WHAT THE HECK IS IN THE MINDS OF INDIAN WRITERS THAT THEY WERE ABLE TO PRODUCE STORIES LIKE THIS? Innumerable twists, lots of heart-hitting moments, and… ah words are not enough. Really.
I’ve always thought that I have no favorite on things. I find it hard choosing a favorite color, a favorite song, a favorite celebrity, a favorite author. But spending almost three fruitful hours watching this film, I really could say that 3 Idiots is now my favorite movie.
It had taught me a lot. And I want everyone to learn a lot, too. This has inspired me a real lot to the point that I unconciously whisper “Aal Izz Well” to myself whenever in such situations. To the point that I really made way for me to visit my old school just to meet my English Teacher and to share stuffs about the video, because I know she’s the one who could understand/appreciate things like this the most. To the point that I am now confused whether I’m going to continue the course I’m taking in college. And to the point that I’m asking everyone I knew if they already have watched the film.
Three Idiots really does not exhibit mediocrity. You’ll find yourself in awe after watching the film. No exaggeration, there was no (even a single) scene that is boring. The whole three hours was worth it.
Ahhhh I’ve said enough. Just watch it. :)

Three Idiots, an awesome Indian film

WHY ON EARTH AM I SO LATE IN WATCHING THIS MOVIE?

I had a lot of times being persuaded on watching the film but all those time, I refused. I always thought it was corny since it was from Bollywood. But like how things are going out for me, I ended up eating my own words in the end.

THIS IS NO ORDINARY MOVIE, OKAY?

I had seen a lot, but I have to tell everyone that this is really awesome to the infinite power. That’s without exaggeration.

Well, why? I have never seen a movie as inspiring as this. It talked a lot of life learnings and anyone could fill out a whole legal-sized sheet just to list all of them. No, it never made me go into tears, and that’s why I liked it. I realized, the movie wasn’t suppose to make you cry. It was suppose to inspire you. And teach you. Moreover, to open your eyes to the reality.

I found it splendid how Rancho (one of the lead characters) was able to do the things he did. Because of him, I found my new idol. Though it’s really sad that he’s just a character from a movie. I really wonder if there is a real Rancho in real life. If there is, please let me know him and let me be his friend for a lifetime.

Now what’s with this Rancho? He’s that man who’s never influenced very easily. Because he’s the one being influential. His personality is that strong, and I was amazed for real at his own principles. WAIT WAIT I realize now, it’s the writer/s of the story who make/s a movie worth-watching. So really, from the comments I’ve heard about Slumdog Millionaire (which I’m planning to watch very soon) and from what I’ve seen in this movie, WHAT THE HECK IS IN THE MINDS OF INDIAN WRITERS THAT THEY WERE ABLE TO PRODUCE STORIES LIKE THIS? Innumerable twists, lots of heart-hitting moments, and… ah words are not enough. Really.

I’ve always thought that I have no favorite on things. I find it hard choosing a favorite color, a favorite song, a favorite celebrity, a favorite author. But spending almost three fruitful hours watching this film, I really could say that 3 Idiots is now my favorite movie.

It had taught me a lot. And I want everyone to learn a lot, too. This has inspired me a real lot to the point that I unconciously whisper “Aal Izz Well” to myself whenever in such situations. To the point that I really made way for me to visit my old school just to meet my English Teacher and to share stuffs about the video, because I know she’s the one who could understand/appreciate things like this the most. To the point that I am now confused whether I’m going to continue the course I’m taking in college. And to the point that I’m asking everyone I knew if they already have watched the film.

Three Idiots really does not exhibit mediocrity. You’ll find yourself in awe after watching the film. No exaggeration, there was no (even a single) scene that is boring. The whole three hours was worth it.

Ahhhh I’ve said enough. Just watch it. :)

  • 29 June 2011
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