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Film Review: Sheriff: Narko Integriti (警長:捉內鬼) (2024) - Malaysia

Andrew Chan

Film Review: Sheriff: Narko Integriti (警長:捉內鬼) (2024) - Malaysia

Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)


"Sheriff: Narko Integriti," directed by Syafiq Yusof and based on a story by Yusof Haslam, is a gripping Malaysian mystery action thriller that explores the dark world of crime and corruption. Led by Zul Ariffin in the titular role, supported by Syafiq Kyle, Aaron Aziz, Elizabeth Tan, and Azira Shafinaz, the film takes viewers on a thrilling journey through contemporary Malaysia.

Sheriff, a brave and determined law enforcement officer, finds himself entangled in a complex web of deceit and betrayal as he investigates a powerful drug syndicate. As he delves deeper into the mystery, Sheriff must navigate dangerous alliances and confront his own inner demons to bring justice to the victims.

Syafiq Yusof's direction and the film's stylish visuals heighten the intensity of the story, while Zul Ariffin delivers a captivating performance, infusing Sheriff with both intensity and vulnerability. The supporting cast shines in their respective roles, adding layers of complexity to the narrative.


With a well-crafted screenplay that blends mystery, action, and suspense, "Sheriff: Narko Integriti" keeps audiences engaged. The film's production values, including cinematography and production design, create an immersive experience that captures the vibrant energy of Malaysia while depicting the shadows of crime.


Overall, "Sheriff: Narko Integriti" is an exciting addition to the Malaysian film industry, showcasing the talent of its filmmakers and actors. Despite some familiar genre tropes, the film's engaging story, strong performances, and stylish execution make it a highly enjoyable cinematic experience that will captivate fans of action thrillers.


I rated it 7.5/10


Reviewed in Cinemas, Hong Kong

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