Kasut Ku Kusut | Movie Release, Showtimes & Trailer | Cinema Online
Movie Details

Kasut Ku Kusut

Kasut Ku Kusut tells the story of a young villager named Manap, who lately has been frustrated because his newly bought shoes went missing. At the same time, one of the members of the gangster group Father Dragon, called Markos, is responsible for taking Suzi to the gang leader. During the journey, they have gotten lost in a village and Suzi manages to escape from Markos. Suzi stumbles across Manap who is still searching for his missing shoes. When Markos finds Suzi with Manap, Manap realises that the shoes Markos is wearing bear a striking resemblance to his lost shoes.

Language: Malay
Subtitle: NA
Classification: P13
Release Date: 18 Dec 2014
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes
Distributor: METROWEALTH
Cast: Shaheizy Sam, Pablo Amirul, Atikah Suhaimie, Along Eyzendy
Director: Pierre Andre
Format: 2D

[More] [Trailers]


Showtimes Comparison
Select up to 3 favourite cinema locations to compare

Select State:
Area:
Cinemas:

 
Your Favourite Cinemas:
 
Watch the latest trailers or view more videos here
Review
Writer: Farizan Zainal

Writer Ratings:
Overall:
Cast:
Plot:
Effects:
Cinematography:

Watch this if you liked: “Kaki Kitai” and “Gila Baby”

The Good, the Bad and the Comedy

Pierre Andre often searches for something different in each of the film he directs; this time around he presents a film just as remarkable as his previous ones. The storyline for "Kasut Ku Kusut" is easy for the audience's minds to digest. However, the often used word "Bapok" might not sit well with most audience. The characters that shine most in the film is no doubt the ones played by Shaheizy Sam and Along Eyzendy. The comedic characters that they play: Village youngsters, who speak with a heavy Perak accent, will no doubt tickle the audience's funny bones. The character played by Kamarool Haji Yusoff is just as impressive as he is seldom seen taking on a comedic part. The film about a 'messy' shoe affair turns messier with the chase scene - all because of a misunderstanding over a pair of stolen shoes.

Look Out For:

Kamarool Haji Yusoff playing the part of a gangster who likes to scream and shout - and water balloons.

Trivia:

Shooting was done in Kampar, Perak, to capture the real essence of the state, including its unique accent.


Best Watched With:

Anyone looking for a good laugh.


Cinema Online, 23 December 2014
   
Showtimes
 
Classification
U - General viewing for all ages
P13 - Parental guidance is advisable for children below 13 years old
18 - For 18+ with elements for mature audiences
[View full list]
You can now proceed to book tickets at MBO Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at TGV Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at mmCineplexes Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at Amerin Cineplex, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at Mega Cineplex, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at Blockbuster Cineplexes, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at Emperor Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at Paragon Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at GSC Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.
You can now proceed to book tickets at AE Cinemas, click the link below to continue.
Ok      Cancel
You are now leaving Cinema Online's website.