Money No Enough (1998)

Comedy


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A boisterous, on-the-nose comedy about three cash-strapped Singaporeans living in government projects: Chew Wah-keong (scripter Jack Neo), a married-with-kids 40-year-old who's permanently ... See full summary »


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8 February 2000 | kirsten tan
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| Disgusting
This show is definitely one of the worst around by far. There is no plot, no storyline, no character development and no nothing except bad and crass humour. I felt bored by the film and felt like sleeping throughout. I'm amazed at how it did so well in the singapore box office compared to other much better singaporean shows like eating air, the road less travelled etc. The show is a degradation of all singaporeans and portray us as money-minded bigots with a crude sense of humour. I left the theatre with a huge feeling of repugnance and indignance. Even the sound recording and filmography was bad. Jack Neo should stay out of the burgeoning Singapore film industry lest he tarnishes it even more with his crude direction and monopolist attitude. Watch this if you're feeling really masochistic.

This is literally the worst show ever.

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Genres

Comedy

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Release Date:

7 May 1998

Language

Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, English


Country of Origin

Singapore

Filming Locations

Singapore

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Budget:

SGD850,000 (estimated)

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