8-year-old Ah Keat sets off in search of the mythical nightmare-eating creature in the forest, hoping it will bring his father back to life. Written and directed by Taiwan-based Malaysian Kethsvin Chee.
I’ll take the approach of saying that the entire thing is all the result of the socio-economic problem of our country, more specifically, the lack of social and economic equality among Malaysians.
Michelle Yeoh is in the movie. So I guess it’s Malaysian! But is it good?
This movie seems to want to create awareness about the existence of a professional wrestling organisation in Malaysia. But we can’t decide if it is a satire, parody, drama or even a film at all!
Muda still needs to be aware of the fact that to win, they need to appeal to all voters.
It is not about big national issues.
If Dian Lee is stopped from even contesting and offering herself as a candidate, then how would we know if the people are okay with her or not since it wouldn’t be reflected in a vote?
To be honest, it has become very cliched with almost everyone trying to emulate the Yasmin style. But every once in a while, there will be a gem or two that grabs everyone’s attention.
More Chinese New Year ads this year as usual! Too many maybe?
There has never been a situation where I was walking down Jalan Ampang past the Petronas Twin Towers and suddenly encountered an orangutan or tiger crossing the street.
A sequel to J Revolusi, J2 sees Jay, who is now a bodyguard, race against time to save his boss, businessman Dato’ Hashim and his daughter Nadi, against a hostile hostage situation.