Writer: Ashraf Nasser
Overall: 4.0 Out of 5
Cast: 3.5 Out of 5
Plot: 3.5 Out of 5
Effects: 4.0 Out of 5
Cinematography: 3.5 Out of 5
Watch this if you liked: "Upin & Ipin"
The Good, the Bad and the Super Kiddos:
Famous local animated series "BoBoiBoy" continues its success with its first ever movie adaptation. The film certainly proves that local animation movies can match, or be almost as good as international animation.
The animation quality of the film also proves that Malaysian animation studios have improved immensely throughout the years, as the film is filled with detailed and colourful visuals and impressive CGI effects that are quite a treat to watch.
Even if the visual effects are a sight to see, the film wouldn't be great without an interesting storyline - luckily "BoBoiBoy: The Movie" scores in both aspects.
The voice cast also managed a praiseworthy job in each of their roles - which is not a surprise, as most of them are already experienced from voicing the series, even though most of them are only children.
Although the film is pretty much like an extended version of the series as it shows the little superheroes on yet another journey to defeat another new villain, it is still a fun movie to watch, and can definitely be enjoyed by both parents and children who are fans of "BoBoiBoy".
• The film took 3 years to finish with a cost of RM5 million.
Cinema Online, 25 February 2016