Movie Details

Kaki Kitai

Din AKA Drango and Ayoi are two friends who are also con-men. Both of them came to Kulala Lumpur only to come across and old friend of them who is now a police officer. However, the two friends lives take a turn when they found a trash bag filled with cash in which they used to pay off their debt. But later they both discover that the money actually belong to a millionaire who wanted to use the money to save her kidnapped daughter.

Language: Malay
Subtitle: Na
Classification: P13
General Release Date: 20 Nov 2014
Genre: Action / Comedy
Running Time: 1 Hour 27 Minutes
Distributor: METROWEALTH
Cast: Shaheizy Sam, Farid Kamil, Fezrul Khan, Adam Corrie
Director: Mohd Azaromi Ghozali
Format: 2D



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Review
Writer: Farizan Zainal

Writer Ratings:
Overall: 4.0 Out of 5
Cast: 4.0 Out of 5
Plot: 3.5 Out of 5
Effects: 3.0 Out of 5
Cinematography: 3.5 Out of 5

Watch this if you liked: “Abang Long Fadil”, “Amir & Loqman Pergi ke Laut” and “Dollah Superstar”

The Good, the Bad and The Liar:
"Kaki Kitai" is the directorial debut of new director, Mohd Azaromi Ghozali. Featuring a number of top-notch Malaysian actors such as Shaheizy Sam, Farid Kamil, Fezrul Khan, Adam Corrie, and new actress Emily Chan, this film is an action comedy film that follows a man who hails from the countryside, but is now living in Kuala Lumpur. He tricks his best friend so that he looks rich, but is in fact pursued by loan sharks. One day, he finds a trash bag filled with cash which changes his life forever. This film portrays the reality of working life in Kuala Lumpur where people are willing to do whatever it takes to keep on living. Shaheizy Sam and Fezrul Khan who are also real-life best friends, did a perfectly convincing and hilarious job with their performance in the film. Though this is Azaromi Ghozali first feature film, he actually did a great job on it as it does not look amateur or awkward.

Look Out For: .
Fezrul Kahn who plays a kind and honest man, but who is surprisingly also good at fighting.

Trivia:
In the film, new actress Emily Chan speaks the Malay language fluently, but in real-life she is weak in speaking the language.

Best Watched With:
Anyone above 18-years-old as this film can be quite heavy and deep.


Cinema Online, 08 December 2014
   



 
 
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