"KL Gangster" tells the tale of two brothers who get involved in the world of gangsterism. The older brother Malek (Aaron Aziz) was imprisoned for five years after being betrayed by his own gang which was started by Shark (Syamsul), the step brother of the most influential gangster in Kuala Lumpur, King (Ridzuan Hashim). Malek who leads a normal life after being released, is pulled back into the world he left behind after all those years. Especially since his younger brother Jai (Adyputra) is influenced by the gangsters and decides to work for Shark bringing everything down in chaos.
Review By Nor Azliany Mohamad
After his horror movie directorial debut "Khurafat", director Syamsul Yusof returns to familiar territory with "KL Gangster" - a crime-action movie that will not disappoint fans.
Themes of gangsterism, greed, power and money as well as sibling rivalry are not new but the committed performances from its cast elevate the movie to a new height. You will like the tough-guy gangster takes in this movie and apart from that, Syamsul's brilliant idea to cast Zizan Raja Lawak in the film works as bumbling wannabe thug Abang Long Fadil adds the element of comedy to give the film some durability.
Even though the language used in the movie may seem crude, you will find that it is highly appropriate.
For action films, usually audiences will expect action scenes of epic proportions and that's exactly what they'll get with "KL Gangster". It's a showcase of violence and fight scenes on a very realistic scale.
"KL Gangster" stars Syamsul Yusof, Adi Putra, Aaron Aziz, Zizan Raja Lawak, Sofi Jikan and more.
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