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The Raid, Indonesian movie


Love Indonesian movies? Why don’t watch its action movies? One of the hottest movies in Indonesia is The Raid.  Never heard of it? Here’s a brief introduction of the movie. The movie tells a story about a rookie member of an elite special-forces team, Rama, who was instructed to hang back during a covert mission involving the extraction of a brutal crime lord from a rundown fifteen-story apartment block.



Iko Uwais as Rama, the main character of the movie and is also the rookie SWAT member


Donny Alamsyah as Andi, the right hand man of Tama and his business strategies


Ray Sahetapy as Tama Riyadi, a mean and cunning drug lord


Yayan Ruhian as the “Mad dog”, a hitman working for Tama and is a professional fighter


Pierre Gruno as Lieutenant Wahyu, a corrupted police officer


Joe Taslims as Sergeant Jaka, the team leader of the SWAT raid operation


Tegar Satrya as Bowo, a temporary member of the rookie SWAT raid team


Eka “Piranha” Rahmadia as Dagu, one of the SWAT team members


Verdi Solaiman as Budi, one of the SWAT team members


Ananda George as Ari, one of the SWAT team members


Legend Cinema, Cambodia


Did you know that the Legend Cinema is the first Cambodian cinema that shows Hollywood movies? Go check it out! Simple yet unique in its own way 🙂

The cinema is now having a promotion

For more info, feel free to visit

Do LIKE them on Facebook too 🙂

Australia, the movie


Have u watched the movie Australia? It is a 2008 epic historical romance film directed by Baz Luhrman, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman. It is the 2nd highest grossing Australian film of all time after Crocodile Dundee. The film is a character story, set between 1939 and 1942 against a dramatised backdrop of events across northern Australia at the time, such as the bombing of Darwin during World War II & its production took place in Sydney, Darwin Kununurra & Bowen. The movie was released in both Australia and the United States on 26th November 2008.

The shrine of Nangnak, Thailand

The tale of  “Mae Naak Phra Khanong” is so popular in Thailand and is also widely known in some Asian countries. It is believed that little children must always obey whatever they are asked to do or else Nangnak will come and eat their brains with chilli sauce which is really creepy! A shrine dedicated to her was made and people came to pay respect at the shrine of Nangnak.

Did you know that movies and television dramas about “Mae Naak Phra Khanong” were actually made countless time? A movie called “Nang Nak” was then made popular that managed to capture foreign audiences. The movie tells a story about a married couple  who used to live in the Phra Khanong area of Bangkok over one hundred years ago. The young lovers were very loving and spent most of their time together until one day, Nai Maak had to go out to join the army.

While he was fighting for his lives in his battle, Nang Nak gave birth to their baby. Sadly, both baby and mother died at child birth. Nai Maak had no idea about his wife’s death and he came back to meet his beloved wife. He was happy to see her but, what he didn’t know was the fact that his wife was already dead, so basically he was looking and living with a ghost. The villagers tried to tell him about the truth, but Nai Maak was too stubborn to even listen. He denied everything said by the villagers, including his own best friend.

However, he then found out that denials will only lead to sadness which is the part you must not miss! If you have not watched the movie, do watch it because the movie is really good.

Nobody knows whether the story of Nang Nak is actually true as there is no records about it. However, this tale has become one of the local beliefs; they believe in the power of her spirit.

Golden Screen Cinemas, Malaysia

If you’re searching for a cinema in Malaysia, head down to the Golden Screen Cinemas! Available in various locations around the country, this cinema has very good sound system with good hospitality!

It was founded by Ms. Koh Mei Lee in 1981 and was known as Golden Communications Circuit at first. At that time, the Cathay is one of the oldest cinemas in Malaysia until the year 1998. Golden Screen Cinemas on the other hand, was founded in 1998 as a merger of Golden Communications (GC) Circuit and Cathay Cinemas.

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