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Posted at 10/08/2011 06:09:00 PM
I know I'm abit late, but finally, I've watch it.
Young Chef Huang (Namewee) struggles to get his restaurant business going because he cannot adapt to the ‘localized’ cooking his patrons are looking for. However, contradict to his unpopular cuisine, he is also well-known as ‘Hero Huang’ in the local neighborhood where he carries out good deed in helping the community until he meet Xiao K (Karen Kong) who got him into deep trouble. In order to get his life and the restaurant business back on track, Chef Huang must now seek help from a mysterious hawker stall lady (Adibah Noor), who summons him to embark on the extraordinary journey of his life. During this self-enlightening experience, he will also meet many ’local heroes’ each lending their support to help him re-discover his roots and the real hidden message of ‘Nasi Lemak’.
Synopsis source from - http://www.facebook.com/nasilemak2.0
I think that this movie, does not deserve to get a bad name. This movie should be watch by all races in Malaysia. What I learn from watching this movie is, that, we should appreciate that we are born in this wonderful country called Malaysia. No matter what happen, we were formed together and we shouldn't stick to only one race. I don't understand, how can "some people" loathe to this movie. This movie, shows how great Malaysia can be. With all the different people living inside it, all the different culture it shows. yeay, 1Malaysia! The government story is theirs, the people is story is the people story. We shouldn't, just because of what happen around, hate the people around too. We are not malays, not chinese, not indians, not bumiputeras. But we are Malaysian :)