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Keng Guan Chiu
Andy Darrel Gomes
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Dr Shireen M Hashim
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THE MEMORIES REMAIN
Written by Yusry Abd Halim, Edry Abd Halim
Performed by Anuar Zain See more »
I gave this movie a 10, it probably deserved a 5 or 6, but with the
overwhelmingly poor ratings given to it I thought it could use a boost.
This was by no means a perfect movie, but I still enjoyed it. If more
care had been given to the script to tighten it up and improve the
dialog it could have been much better. There was too much information
just tossed in and the occasional plot hole. I didn't care much for the
attempts at humor, either. But, though jumpy, the battle scenes were
well done and the overall pace and tone of the film were good. The
theme of ancient Romans and Chinese fighting together in South Asia was
too good to pass up, so I decided to give it a chance despite the poor
reviews. Even though it lagged in spots it kept my attention and I'm
glad I spent the time to watch it. And I'm very picky about what I
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