ReviewWriter: Ashraf NasserWriter Ratings:Overall: Cast: Plot: Effects: Cinematography: Watch this if you liked:
"Juvana" & "Tokan"The Good, the Bad and the Juveniles return
Director Faisal Ishak was faced with a heavy task for "Juvana 2" as the audiences have high hopes for his second movie and would definitely be anticipating something even better than the first.
This writer, however, is in the opinion that the director has once again produced a high quality movie that not only entertains but also educates at the same time.
The sequel no longer takes place at Wira Bakti School as now the movie follows Daim, Ayam and Botak after they have graduated from the school. Despite their freedom, their past returns to haunt them and they have to find a way to handle the problems.
The strong storyline aided by the solid performances of Johan As'ari, Zahiril Adzim, Adam Shahz, Shera Ayob and more, definitely has given a big impact on the movie. Even though Bront Palarae is replaced with Hasnul Rahmat for the role of Cikgu Raja, the casting choice proves to be the correct one to make as Hasnul managed to pull off the character effortlessly.
Pekin Ibrahim, who is introduced in the sequel as antagonist Tok Ki, adds more impact to the movie as well.
Overall, this writer is very satisfied with the second movie as it has the kind of improving quality that should be attained by local productions.Look Out For
"Juvana 3" sneak peek at the end of the movie.Trivia
• The filming for "Juvana 3" was done simultaneously with "Juvana 2: Terperangkap Dalam Kebebasan".Cinema Online, 09 November 2015