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Evolusi: KL Drift (2008)

Zack and Sham, two youngsters who love drift racing. Even though drift racing is much for men Zack's girlfriend enters in drift racing and becomes competitive in drifting. How their lives roll with racing, love and competition.

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Syamsul Yusof

Writers:

Rizal Ashreff (story/written by), Syamsul Yusof (story/written by)
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Credited cast:
Fasha Sandha Fasha Sandha ... Fasha
Farid Kamil Farid Kamil ... Sham
Syamsul Yusof Syamsul Yusof ... Zack
Aaron Aziz Aaron Aziz ... Joe
Iqram Dinzly Iqram Dinzly ... Karl
Buzen Hashim Buzen Hashim ... Zul
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nurhuda Mohd Ali Nurhuda Mohd Ali ... Sazzy
Rizal Ashreff Rizal Ashreff ... Muz (as Rizal Ashraf)
Diana Danielle Diana Danielle ... Sara
Hetty Sarlene Hetty Sarlene ... Vee
Mohd Shahril Mohd Shahril ... Jay Jay (JJ)
Xy Xy ... Razi
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Zack and Sham, two youngsters who love drift racing. Even though drift racing is much for men Zack's girlfriend enters in drift racing and becomes competitive in drifting. How their lives roll with racing, love and competition.

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Followed by Evolusi: KL Drift 2 (2010) See more »

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Malay Fast&Furious
9 March 2013 | by DiegoUSee all my reviews

Malaysia's attempt to get in on the drifting movie bandwagon is actually quite decent. It's plagued with bad acting, impossible feats and a paper-thin plot, just like the other drifting/tuning movies that have sprouted since Fast&Furious. Seeing this movie with subtitles is absolutely necessary, though I'm sure there's some very bad dubbed version, seeing as Malaysian apparently has a lot of slang words in English, but it was still funny to hear them talking in a style that would make Kimi Raikkonen jealous.

Onto the really important parts: the drifting is good, the driving is very good, and the action isn't too over the top, yet everything else manages to be very annoying to say the least. The editing is probably my biggest problem with it, since it made the characters look wooden and for some very awkward moments. Any attempts at drama are half-baked and predictable, but one thing I have to give this movie props for is that there is no formulaic happy ending. We never truly find out what happens in the end and a lot of questions are left unanswered, which most probably is to lead to a sequel, but also meant that all the stupid scenes could be erased from my memory. Hopefully this will be a breakout movie for many of the ones in it, but stand alone, it's not much worth it.


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3 April 2008 (Malaysia) See more »

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