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Film Review: Resipi

For a person without cinema nowhere -- Astro Box Office is the only TV show that satisfies my weekend. (yes, because I'm lazy to download movies). And here's one of the August movie.


(yes, sekarang bulan puasa dan aku dah lapar sebab tengok cerita ni. menyesal tskkk T______T)

Sinopsis: 
Radiah pindah semula ke rumah ibubapanya demi untuk menjaga ayahnya. Radiah mula memasak mengikut resipi arwah ibunya, dan mula mempelajari tentang dirinya dan juga tentang ibu dan ayahnya.

It's quite a time when I last watched a Malay movie -- a full excitement movie, without getting a grab of anything. The story line just don't satisfy me that much. And this movie, is quite interesting for me. Maybe for the sympathy level for me, or just maybe I'm that "touched-type" person.

But I remember what Dato' Rahim Razali said:
"Kadang-kadang kita alpa, dan tak menghargai apa yang kita ada. Selepas ia tiada, baru kita rasa kehilangan."

Take care of your beloved ones when they are still there. :)

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