Movie Details
ANTOO FIGHTER

ANTOO FIGHTER

A group of ghastly creatures from the past led by Drakulat Van Listerooy (Awie) returns to free one of Satan's spawn - Lord Sharon. Drakulat and his ghosts terrorise Kuala Lumpur in search of the chosen one, a girl named Delyla who represents a bloodline extraordinary powers, making her the perfect sacrificial victim for Lord Sharon's freedom. It is now up to a top-secret group called Antoo Fighters to protect the world from evil and to save Kuala Lumpur!

Language: Malay
Subtitle: Na
Classification: PG13
General Release Date: 27 Nov 2008
Genre: Comedy / Horror
Running Time: 1 Hour 54 Minutes
Distributor: GRAND BRILLIANCE
Cast: Awie, Radhi, Harun Salim Bachik, Bront Palarae
Director: Azizi Chunk
Format: NA



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Review
Writer: Naimah Mohamed

Writer Ratings:
Overall: 3.0 Out of 5
Cast: 3.0 Out of 5
Plot: 2.5 Out of 5
Effects: 3.0 Out of 5
Cinematography: 3.0 Out of 5

Watch this if you liked: "Scooby Doo" and “Ghostbusters”

Imagine being able to catch ghosts and stuff them into a bottle - sound familiar?

The Malaysian film industry is already dabbling with some higher end CGI products and new special effects. "Antoo Fighter" is one of those movies, which is supposed to lift the industry to the next level by having those elements. This film has two components - horror and comedy. However, neither was done very well.

It's easy to think that "Antoo Fighter" would be a great, especially in the beginning. For the first phase of the movie, the plot was funny and you will get some chuckles and giggles. But as the time goes by, the jokes become boring and sometimes stupid. There are also a few scenes that make me feel like I'm watching somebody playing Street Fighter on the PS2 at home. Maybe, that's what the story is all about and that's what they're going for - or maybe it's just me who didn't get it.

Radhi OAG who plays the Poh Jee role, looks like he's putting in too much effort and overdid it a little, while Harun Salim Bachik as Pak Din is decent. Drakulat Van Listerooy (Awie) however, can be given the credit for his performance as a notorious 'antoo'. The other 'antoos' called The Council Of Zion are just not worth seeing although they do have cool make-up and costumes.

I must say that watching this "Antoo Fighter" is like watching a Malaysian version of "Ghostbusters" with inferior CGI of course. Yet, we can still praise the director, Azizi 'Chunk' Adnan, for his endeavours in making his dreams into reality. Well, throughout the duration of the film, at least.

Cinema Online, 04 November 2008
   

 
 
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