Originally Posted by veroniquem
That's a great film with considerably more artistic value than let's say Rambo, Gladiator or (cough, cough) Dirty Dancing.
I never said Federer's movie choices were more artsy.
Slumdog Millionaire was horrendous and not even close to being "artsy". I guarantee that Djokovic would not consider that movie his favorite anymore. That interview was from March 2009, what happened, most likely, was that Djokovic watched that movie a few weeks earlier and immediately labeled it his favorite movie of all time. Bottom line is that liking blockbusters does not make you a dumb person. Federer's choices pretty much give away that he is not a guy who watches many movies. They are all childhood favorites most likely.