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Jennylim
17-09-2011, 04:12 PM
The movie by Namewee.

A good laugh at ourselves. Even teenagers like it. The cinema was packed to the first row.

The most weird experience: the screen showing Namewee making nasi lemak.
It looks so tasty that it makes you feel like wanting to take some and eat. And, yes, after the show we head straight to the nasi lemak store.

fRaNkY
17-09-2011, 06:29 PM
Watch it before they ISA it!

mykern
17-09-2011, 08:42 PM
Just heard on NTV7 .... a Perak NGO?? has lodged a protest ...

chewie
18-09-2011, 11:45 AM
Just heard on NTV7 .... a Perak NGO?? has lodged a protest ...

Protest on what ?? or For what ?? the film is not being shot in Perak ??

Is a good movie after all. The message shown is to ask us to be united with all the races in our country...and learn to respect one another...

tupai
18-09-2011, 01:56 PM
The underlying message can be good, so whats the audience demographics thus far...???? :confused:

I'd SOKONG the gomen to ban it.! YES! BAN!BAN! BAN! :cool: but high possibility the gomen not so jantan lah!:rolleyes:

sekali dah banned it, then namewee should put it up in the internet and ask for donation per view. BETCHA he will get more ROI in this medium. :cool:
Betcah i can get more curious like hell friends to go view & donate there! :D


Yang Amat Ban sama dia TIU xlatotupai :cool:

ng
18-09-2011, 02:20 PM
The underlying message can be good, so whats the audience demographics thus far...???? :confused:

I'd SOKONG the gomen to ban it.! YES! BAN!BAN! BAN! :cool: but high possibility the gomen not so jantan lah!:rolleyes:

Yang Amat Ban sama dia TIU xlatotupai[/I] :cool:

I haven't seen the movie yet. Why ban ? Are Malaysians not mature enough to watch this movie but are mature enough to watch killings/violence everyday on TV ?

tupai
18-09-2011, 03:04 PM
I haven't seen the movie yet. Why ban ? Are Malaysians not mature enough to watch this movie but are mature enough to watch killings/violence everyday on TV ?

majority are like children, lost in narrow halftrack thought, stupidlyblur sotong, bo-chup-siaw and don kno aniting aso...

To safeguard this blessed nation,the elected gomen MUST decide what is good, bad, sour, sweet, boleh or xboleh for these half-wits voters & cinema goers... :cool:

U 1killing& violence? join the uknowho smurfs. :cool:


Yang Ada Ban sotong TIU xlatotupai :cool:

Justme123
18-09-2011, 03:22 PM
I was also wondering why? Did a bit of search, apparently, maybe,


The main character, an arrogant chef played by Wee, expresses revulsion at Islamic practices such as circumcision.

In another scene, an ethnic Chinese student complains of difficulty getting into college, a reference to quota policies and other privileges favouring the dominant Malay ethnic group.

My message is that the system in Malaysia is unequal ... But when we live together, we eat together, there is no racism," said Wee, sitting for an interview with AFP wearing his trademark beanie pulled down to his eyes.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10751918

Jennylim
18-09-2011, 07:38 PM
A guy deal with goven in business once told me, "if you know more about what is going on you will became emotionally imbalance"

So, it is not surprising some people prefer to turn on a deaf ear and blind eyes on what is going on.

I must said I don't dare to tell the truth about how the country's policies affecting me and my family.

So, for someone like Namewee, I salute him for being the real Malaysian, not one hiding behind racial screen, nor so called unity screen, and just tell what he has seen or what is happening in the country. Most of us don't dare to tell the truth, some chooses to find scapegoat in minority community just so to project themselves as "better Malaysians"! These ""better Malaysians" are the culprits that encourages the situation we are facing today.

BTW, I think you need a racist mind to classify this movie as racist.

Justme123
19-09-2011, 04:59 PM
While they fuss about this film, I wonder why there is no
strong condemnations of the killing and injuring of Malaysian in Golok
by the government and NGOs.

burntan
19-09-2011, 05:43 PM
The protest is not about the movies, they are calling to boycott the director and producer, Namawee. The content of the movie is not important, they didn't even watch it and not intended to. They calling to boycott the movies is because it is a Namawee film, they boycott the person not the movie.

In their eye, Namawee is anti-Melayu, anti-Islam, racist and not respecting the national anthem. That's why they call to boycott him.

SiangMalam
20-09-2011, 01:06 AM
I was also wondering why? Did a bit of search, apparently, maybe,
Isn't that the truth / reality? Why hide reality?

SiangMalam
20-09-2011, 01:10 AM
The protest is not about the movies, they are calling to boycott the director and producer, Namawee. The content of the movie is not important, they didn't even watch it and not intended to. They calling to boycott the movies is because it is a Namawee film, they boycott the person not the movie.

In their eye, Namawee is anti-Melayu, anti-Islam, racist and not respecting the national anthem. That's why they call to boycott him.
When you call the rest Pendatangs, Sepet, Pelacur, Kaki Botol, Pengemis, don't you think Namewee is an angel by comparison? Those who attended BTN classes are more racists than this guy, go ban them!

MCA / Gerakan / MIC leaders whould be jantan enough to voice out and ask for the BTN courses to be scrapped, no, they are only jantan enough to ask for Namewee's neck... :mad:

burntan
20-09-2011, 08:34 AM
When you call the rest Pendatangs, Sepet, Pelacur, Kaki Botol, Pengemis, don't you think Namewee is an angel by comparison? Those who attended BTN classes are more racists than this guy, go ban them!

MCA / Gerakan / MIC leaders whould be jantan enough to voice out and ask for the BTN courses to be scrapped, no, they are only jantan enough to ask for Namewee's neck... :mad:

If you are a racist, but someone else more racist than you.... will that make you non-racist? We don't use "comparison" to judge if someone is a racist or not? We judge by what they say and do.

SiangMalam
20-09-2011, 07:18 PM
If you are a racist, but someone else more racist than you.... will that make you non-racist? We don't use "comparison" to judge if someone is a racist or not? We judge by what they say and do.Racism is not relative... Namewee has been an "open book" from day 1 with his Negarakuku... but what about those who called the non-Malays Pendatangs, Pelacur, Sisepet, Kaki Botol, Pengemis, don't you think you should also (through your MCA or Gerakan) criticize them, then only its fair mah... :D

jimmyay
20-09-2011, 08:02 PM
Good movie. Laugh non-stop especially the bollywood part...

sydneymak
20-09-2011, 10:24 PM
Namewee has apologised over what he did in his Negarakuku (though he is just stating the facts) and these nobody still cannot forgive him. What about Siti Inshak who utter racist remarks that hurts the non-malays and yet nothing bad happen to her (just a warning letter, kononnya). not even an apology to the victims........double standard.....

Namewee is not racist, he is anti-racist. understand his message right from the beginning, ie Negarakuku.................these nobody are so HOLY that those malays actors in the show is pengkianat to them?

zinglicious
23-09-2011, 01:28 AM
Me as a Mean Olde Chef, never like his style of rapping and dressing mode but I give him A for what he stand for in between his legs and the passion in his heart he has for all Malaysians. I like to believe this guy talent got what it takes in the entertainment industry like Fish Leong, Ah Ngui or Mitchell Yeohwho choose to stay in overseas.
Unconvetional he may be, but at least he is praticing true to his heart when he wrote the lyrics with open message of Satu Malaysia instead of Sapu Malaysia. :cool: :cool: :cool:
At least, he is singing NegaraKuKu which may actually means Malaysia Mine Mine with his heart out while some are singing anthem as if they meant that Malaysia Kutu when they can call citizens as Pendatang. :p :p :p

kwchang
23-09-2011, 10:29 AM
...At least, he is singing NegaraKuKu which may actually means Malaysia Mine Mine ...
Sorry my fren, I think that title actually means "My NegaraKu" - where NegaraKu is the national anthem.
To put it more precisely, it means "My National anthem"

aursong
23-09-2011, 11:17 AM
At least, he is singing NegaraKuKu which may actually means Malaysia Mine Mine with his heart out while some are singing anthem as if they meant that Malaysia Kutu when they can call citizens as Pendatang. :p :p :p

He already admit/apologize for his action for vulgarized/altering Malaysia national anthem, let leave it at that. There's no need to spin again that it actually mean something else. (*** politician meh???)

SiangMalam
24-09-2011, 01:17 AM
He already admit/apologize for his action for vulgarized/altering Malaysia national anthem, let leave it at that. There's no need to spin again that it actually mean something else. (*** politician meh???)Saya sokong 100%!

zinglicious
24-09-2011, 03:16 AM
He already admit/apologize for his action for vulgarized/altering Malaysia national anthem, let leave it at that. There's no need to spin again that it actually mean something else. (*** politician meh???)

That's why he is serving Nasi Lemak 2.0 instead of BKT. Yet, people can TT - not teh tarik but twist & turn. :p
Even the Undilah video has been reported to be spinned off from RTM. :confused:

DarkNite
24-09-2011, 10:06 AM
That's why he is serving Nasi Lemak 2.0 instead of BKT. Yet, people can TT - not teh tarik but twist & turn. :p
Even the Undilah video has been reported to be spinned off from RTM. :confused:
You meant banned?