The Idea: Tells how a group of young men who are living their military service. This film tells their ups and downs when you’re living the life of a young soldier.
We’re Crazy About:
- The story was fresh and light, accompanied by a few silly scenes are very close to our lives.
- Actors/actress are so crazy and give their best expression. So don’t surprise if you get laugh because of their body langue.
- They have a nice effect and sound system.
- They have a lot of nice and funny drama that you will remember it after you see this movie.
- They have a good script also dialect.
We’re Confuse About:
- Because they use and mix a lot of league like Chinese, English, and Melayu sometimes it’s hard too understand about it (specially for a western people).
The Whole Point: The movie is very funny and has a very good moral values, Ah Boys To Men will be able to provide a unique type nationalism films. So no wonder you will be able to instantly fall in love while watching this movie. Very attractive!!!
Last Message: The film’s release in 2012 managed to beat the film also directed by Jack Neo 14 years ago is “Money No Enough” raking in S $ 6.03 million. The film also became Singapore’s most expensive movie ever made at a cost of S $ 3 million and the film managed to earn S $ 6.18 million.
This is the debut movie for most of the main actors. They formerly YouTube artist or blogger. Starring Ken Chow is Joshua Tan was experiencing the same thing that he played. They both had to be conscripted for two years before they can continue studying abroad. Joshua should have had an advantage because he has felt more or less the same as he played, but Joshua tends acting flat and almost without expression. Maxi Aloysius Lim who plays aggressive and Tosh Rock Zhang who plays a grumpy Sergeant Ong managed to live up to their debut roles.