Kimmy Dora 2 and the Temple of Kiyeme is a sequel to the box office hit Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme which was released last 2009. The film tries to incorporate horror, action, and comedy into the story plot, giving its viewers a fresh viewing experience.
The story revolves on a long forgotten promise made by their Dad to the Sang Family back when he was in Korea. This is a promise that he failed to keep which brought in a curse to their family. Kimmy and Dora went back to Korea to have the mystery solved and finally put an end to the family curse.
As always, Miss Eugene Domingo’s craft was impeccable. She was able to give both characters (Kimmy and Dora) its unique persona, making them quite distinguishable from the other. Even Alodia Gosiengfiao (who has already made her name in the Cosplay World) added an extra twist to the story, making it much more interesting (and scary).
What’s interesting about this movie is that it can really be scary if the story asks for it. Bb. Joyce Bernal did a great job in incorporating the different movie elements in the film.
The movie, overall, is something worth watching if you’re looking for something to get your mind off of things. It gives a whole new definition on Pinoy Comedy Film, which just shows that Pinoys have already moved on from slapstick comedy genres.