Around 10.30pm, we headed to GSC Mid Valley to redeem my GSC FREE movie treat birthday coupon.
Take note, that the FREE ticket is valid for movies marked asterisk (*) only.
Suprisingly, there’s a lot of people lining up that night in front of the box office most probably because tomorrow is Saturday. 3 counters were opened just for King Kong. Since there’s not a lot of choices for midnight movies marked asterisk, we finally ended up buying tickets for “Baik Punya Cilok”, a film by a well-known Malaysian comedian Afdlin Shauki.
Lu Cilok Gua… Gua Cilok Lu…
An amusing story about Wak and his friends who plan to rob a pawnshop when the owner, Tauke Wong, refuses to allow Wak to redeem his grandmotherâ€™s brooch. After numerous discussions and rehearsals for the BIG robbery day, the guys fall into a trap! Someone else has stolen their thunder! Watch them try to get out of this mess as more surprises await them
Sorry to disappoint you guys but there will be no spoiler. But yet, I feel like to leave some few pointers regarding this movie. The comedy was simply hillarious; I almost laugh in tears especially the knife dodging training scene between Awie and Harun Salim Bachik.
The storyline depends on flashback scene to explain each character life in the past and believe me there’s lot of it. Aben played by Afdlin Shauki even imitate Cat Ruffedge by dressing up like him and also have the same hair style. There’s also a bookie character (don’t know the actor name) speaking pure Kelantan-English slang. Now that’s really something to be heard.
Unfortunately there something wrong with the flow of the story or what we call as the X Factor that makes the movie this good into something boring. And the mood is not consistent enough to generate excitement and feel to the movie. There are also many gaps in the humor that result in dull moments. I rather not explain, you have to watch yourself. We even skip King Kong just to watch this movie.
And for that reason, I give 4/5 for the comedy and 2/5 for the movie. Wierd ain’t it?
So does the RM11 worth it?