Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Muallaf - The best ever!!

I watched Mualaf last Sunday with my sister. The cinema was half filled. One row of non Muslim guys were behind me , I think more than 5 of them. This the best Yasmin's film ever, here's why:

  1. It talks about religion without offending others.
  2. Strong and good Islamic values
  3. Strong good family values
  4. Dialouge were spontaneous
  5. Filem ilmiah terbaik abad ini, no nonsense rempit or love or whatsoever
  6. Gets you thinking how far do you know your religion and others?
  7. Favourite scene- when the sisters about to go to sleep, they forgave everybody that hurt them during that day and later recites Ayat Kursi.
  8. Like any other Yasmin's movie, I cried throughout....touching to the very core...
Was thinking to get my colleague to watch, highly recommended, but we don't have cinema in PD, and when I was looking for showtime in Seremban, NONE of the TGV,GSC or MBO is showing Mualaf at all!!!! What is wrong with Malaysians? Suppose we should have this wajib tayang in every states, WTH??

I regret that people in Seremban dan sewaktu dengannya will have to travel extra far just to watch this movie. Its bad enough that Malaysians gets to watch this movie much later than S'porean, and the rest of the world, and now not all big cities are showing it. Truly dissappointed...

6 comments:

  1. omigod the movie is out in malaysia??? i'm so gonna watch it! ingatkan takde peluang langsung nak tgk since i thot finas sure tak bagi lepas, but they did indeed!

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  2. tu la, its better late than never, but i still don't understand what were the fuss about, nothing offensive pon, i don't know ;p

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  3. ohh great..will put this in my immediate must watch list! =)

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  4. Yasmin was a great director indeed! Love all of her movies. She was bold to touch taboo issues and yet not being offensive.

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