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Monday, January 05, 2004

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Abd Karim

Maybe you all need to watch "Buli". I think, it is the benchmark for current Malay Comedy Movie.

Just watch it...

Oshkosh

I do believe that our industry is still have a lot of catching up to do... having a comedy series like Ah-ha will help to improve ( i hope) the current situation in our local television production. Congrats to Afdlin and Harith to come out with a good attempt. all the best... And just make sure that the show still have the malaysian touch!!! Cos we're really a very interesting nation!!! Cheers from down under!!

Oshkosh

I do believe that our industry is still have a lot of catching up to do... having a comedy series like Ah-ha will help to improve ( i hope) the current situation in our local television production. Congrats to Afdlin and Harith to come out with a good attempt. all the best... Cheers from down under!!

Lelaki Hero

I can see Ahha is improving. The joke is getting funnier every week.

My salute to Afdlin & Harith.

fakhri

I love it man. It's really funny and really Malaysian. Unfortunately many Malaysians have a perceived value of anything Malaysian which is BAD. They always think PROTON is bad, go to malaysiakini.com and see how they bash anything Malaysian.
But, as always, you're entitled to your opinion.

foo

the first time i watch this show, i thought it was quite funny. but the second time i watch it, not that funny any more. doesn't make me laugh. in fact, the only reason why i watch it is because paula malai ali is in it. i'd just wanted to see her, that's all.

LelakiHero

There are people who are stupid and funny (like Mr Bean, he is stupid but funny) and there are people who are stupid and not funny, even annoying (Like Bendul). And what I can say is, Ah-Haa is the second one. Stupid & not funny.


Even Huzir Sulaiman (who acted as Bendul) gave up and his character has to be replaced by the director himself, Harith Iskandar to continue the stupidity, if you all remember.

You all remember "Jangan Ketawa"? Tak ketawa sungguh.

Maybe we need a new breed of producer...

American sitcom if you notice, you can find funny thing in every 30 second. It is the thing they say that is funny, not how they say it.

In Malaysia, it is the other way around. They try sooo hard to be funny but instead they turned to be annoying.

Nonetheless, I salute Mr Harith Iskandar because he is brave enough to produce such a programme eventhough he knows what people say about it. It is not easy to make people laugh... We understand that...

I hope, there will be somebody who can show him the right way to make good sitcom which Afdlin Shauki failed.

Anybody knows Harith Iskandar's email address? I think I want to share my idea...

khalilur

Saw a few scenes and wasn't that impressed. Perhaps I have to give it a more thorough viewing to really appreciate it. And yes, I agree with Sharizal. The recorded laughs were soooo fake!!

ted

am cursing the tv upstairs for getting broken. believe it or not, had to make way for another show at the same time which bro wanna watch. urgh!
note to self: have to 'book' the tv next week.

Sharizal Shaarani

for me it was satisfactory, if only they could find better 'recorded laughs' coz it does sound so fake and it hurts the comic.

all in all it was fresh to see some new ideas of humour on tv, hope they can bring new material every episod (unlike mat bendul) otherwise i'm watching everybody loves raymond reruns...

ikanblues

Where has Harith gone to all this while? I missed the debut but from the casts of credible names it seems promising. I really hope that this is way beyond other viewer intelligence-insulting craps we have on local tv.

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