A tectonic plate shifting wonderment. Oscar winning Noam Jenkins and Darren Shalavi steal the show once again with this sensational twist on the classic tale of Aladdin. Mario Azzopardi is this century's Alfred Hitchcock, producing scenes that are the jigsaw pieces of a once in a lifetime masterpiece. Noam Jenkins reprises the role of man monkey Abu in a way that only Jenkins is capable of pulling off. Several years prior to filming Jenkins was tipped off about the epic release of the sensational blockbuster and began to save shavings of his own bodily hair. On the first day of shooting Jenkins turned up to the set with a full body suit of pubic and facial hair glued to his naked body. Phenomenal commitment. A performance rivalled only by Shalavi's Aladdin who really carries the narrative as well as delivering what is considered by many as the greatest action scene of all time - Aladdin vs Henchmen 2. Carlos Henriques hits the dick on the head once again producing the most real to life special effects the world has ever seen. A particular scene that sent shock waves through the ages was the iconic emergence of the evil genie from his cursed lamp. Screams sounded through my living room as my family cowered in fear
"WHAT IS THAT MONSTER ARRGHHHH"
"It's in the room with us! IT'S HERE WITH US!"
The story overall was magnificent complimented by an incredible soundtrack featuring Denise Albrighton, Wesley and the Bunglemen and the unforgettable Crotchticklers Defined. A solid 9.8/10. Mario Azzopardi, we ache for a sequel.