Abang Long Fadil Review – Coming Soon Highlights



Zizan Razak is known for his comedic roles in movies, this time he reprises his entertaining role as Fadil in Abang Long Fadil 2. Fadil finds himself in the world of Mafias after struggling to make an honest living. His identity was mistaken for Tiger, a smartly-dressed masked professional killer. On the upside, he was given a luxurious apartment and a fine selection of weaponry, but on the downside, he was on a payroll of crime lord Taji Samprit (A. Galak) and was tasked to carry out the murder of the rival mob boss – King Kong (played by Datuk AC Mizal). Taji promises to let Fadil leave the contract killing business for good only after the task is completed.

Making things far more complicated, he then decided to scheme with a reporter, Yana (Tania Hudson) and her cameraman Ali (Achey Bochey) instead of confessing the mistaken identity. 

This movie was full of comedic relief that will have everyone laughing from start to finish. The dynamic mixture of new and veteran actors worked well for humorous dialogues and action scenes. 

Wak Doyok, a social media influencer, also makes his acting debut in this film and surprises with his acting capabilities. With several positive reviews on his acting, this might not be the last time you see him taking up roles.


IT (7 Sept 2017)

The long awaited adaptation of the famous Stephen King novel is now here for horror film enthusiasts. The Losers Club consisting of seven children start to investigate the disappearance of local Children in the town of Derry in Maine. The investigation leads to an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.  27 years after their last encounter with Pennywise, children start to disappear again, thus, the group reunite to stop the demon once and for all as IT has returned to their hometown. 



This sequel to “Midnight Diner” tells of the lives of the many customers that roll into the late-night back-alley eatery in downtown Tokyo, operated by a chef simply known as Master. The film is made up of three stories. The first tells of Noriko Akatsuka, a literary director who always wears mourning attire. The second story is of Seiko Takagi, the soba noodle restaurant owner whose son is in love with someone 15 years his senior. In the third story, Yukiko Ogawa, an old lady with dementia, loses two million yen after getting tricked by swindlers.


Affected by a terrorist attack which lead to the demise of his fiance, Mitch Rapp, seeks revenge as a black ops recruit. Under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley, the pair is then enlisted by CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy to investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on both military and civilian targets. The discovery of a pattern in the violence leads them to a joint mission with a lethal Turkish agent, Annika, to stop a mysterious operative, nicknamed “Ghost”, intent on starting a world war in the Middle East.



After the statute of limitation expires on the murders he has committed, Lee Du-seok publishes an autobiography, “I’m A Killer” which becomes a best seller. He describes all his murders in great detail which leads to Detective Choi, who investigated Lee’s murders 15 years ago to start the chase once again. Han Ji-soo, who lost her daughter to Lee, pledges vengeance. Meanwhile, another killer appears, casting doubt to whether Lee is the real serial killer. The key here is how well the story juggles the truth and how solid the description of the characters’ tangled relationships is.




The story of a friendship between a handicap millionaire and his street smart ex-con caretaker depicts an unlikely camaraderie rooted in honesty and humor between two individuals who, on the surface, would seem to have nothing in common. Based on a true story, the box office success, highlights an irreverent, uplifting comedy about friendship, trust and human possibility.



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