Six friends want to become popular by recording their adventures to be uploaded to social media accounts. They choose to go to the abandoned apartment and suddenly open a portal to the magical world and infuriate the portal guardian.
Jessica, Beni, Dian, Alex, Erik, and Linda want to increase their popularity through recording their adventures to upload to their social media accounts. They chose to go to an abandoned apartment famous for its awesomeness. Linda manages to persuade Kang Heri, security guard, to enter the apartment. Linda and friends found one apartment unit which is given a police line. Encouraged by curiosity, they brake down the door of the apartment unit. When they are researching the room, they find an old parchment, which only Linda could read. After Linda reads the writing on the parchment, suddenly a portal open. Inadvertently Linda and her friends have opened the door to the magical world and anger the portal guardian supernatural creatures.Written by
I came to the cinema after seen many bad reviews bout this movie. I really didn't expect much, thought what could go wrong? How bad this could go? And it turns out worse. Really, this is a disgrace to Mo Brothers name. I knew the game, played it once, so I'm familiar with the story and this movie ruins it all. Too many plotholes I lost counting, there's no back story to each characters, there's no premise, no development, no origin, they just put it there, wrapped it out with beautifful scenery, awesome make-up and great CGI. I feel that this movie seems doesn't know what it wants to tell. It's going back and forth without purpose. Ironically, the one thing I enjoy was the comedy eventough it's supposed to be a horror movie. Mike (kang Heri) is such a comic relief and did a great acting, while others even they're such a good actors/actress, they kind of annoying and I barely remember their character except the main role.
Honestly, i never reviewed a movie this bad since Twilight. And Always appreciate locals. But this is really disappoint me. So...thank you, next.
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