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Movie Review: Ice-Kacang Puppy Love

Submitted by on May 3, 2010 – 02:565 Comments

“The significant of our puppy love is magnified in this story.”

I’m a big supporter of the local production scene. I’ve been in the cinema watching local productions on my own and the hall is always 80% empty. Lesser people means more privacy, and I get to laugh out loud without someone throwing a popcorn at me to shut up. However, that wasn’t the case with Ice-Kacang Puppy Love. The cinema hall was 90% filled with excited people who want to catch a glimpse of their superstars on the golden screen. Guess that’s the power of having famous superstar on-board. Good strategy, Ah Niu, your famous friends really did pull in the crowd – and you did a great job to prove that the movie was indeed a worthwhile masterpiece.

Starring Ah Niu (himself) with Angelica Lee Sin Jie, Gary Chaw and Victor Wong, Ice-Kacang Puppy Love tells of a first love story that has proven to be a very strong love to begin with. It might have been coined as just another puppy love but one could feel the genuine bond shared between two hearts through this movie. The emotion manifested from deep inside is so heartwarming and tender, strong yet gentle, that you may begin to wonder if one could ever experience a love this strong. For capturing this emotion so beautifully, Ah Niu certainly has proved himself to be an up-coming film director who will bring into the industry many more great movies such as this.

Synopsis (Source: Grand Brilliance Sdn. Bhd.)
Ice-Kacang Puppy Love is a profoundly emotional tale of teenager’s puppy love, parental love, generation gap, truth and make-believe. Set in a unique small town of 1980’s Malaysia, the story evolves between a nice but shame boy – Botak and a brave and adventurous girl – Da Jia Yu.

If you have forgotten how powerful love can be or that beautiful first love you once experienced, head over to the cinema to catch Ice-Kacang Puppy Love. You’ll only need one dose to believe in true love again. But remember, true love does not always last; but it will always live in your heart. Happy watching!

Note: Reviews are based on foundations stated HERE.

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