Friday, August 25, 2006

Must-see movies

This is one of the best spoofs I have ever seen on Malaysian politics. So farnee and so well done. Dad helped me interpret the meaning of each one.

A well-done image to reflect the Dr M-Badawi fight, based on the Da Vinci Code movie. "Benci" means "hate" in Malay.

This is based on Malaysian PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's so-called elegant silence during the initial stage of the fight with Dr M. Badawi has since broken his silence, but few would find his answers elegant.

This is quite a good attempt but the image of Dr M on Jet Li in the movie Fearless is not so obvious. Anyway, Che Det was Dr M's pen name when he wrote to newspapers on Malay issues as a young doctor in the northern Malaysian state of Kedah. Not quite sure what it means though.

This is an excellent job. Khairy Jamaluddin -- the son-in-law of Badawi -- is superimposed on the villain called Mr Smith in the Matrix movie series. Apt?

An excellent remake of the movie theme "A Bridge too Far" -- an obvious reference to Malaysia's botched attempt to build a bridge to replace the causeway linking Singapore. The saga plays a big part in Dr M's current crusade to try to unseat Badawi.


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