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Jack Neo’s Ah Women Go Military makes $1.3m in its opening week

Jack Neo’s Ah Women Go Military makes .3m in its opening week

SINGAPORE – Ah Women Go Military, the most recent film in Jack Neo’s standard military sequence, has taken in $1.3 million on the field workplace in its opening week.

“In Singapore, inside seven days, we have now damaged $1 million on the field workplace, with a complete of $1.3 million,” Neo wrote in Chinese language on Fb on Friday (Feb 4).

The film opened in Singapore and Malaysia on Feb 1, however Neo seems to have included field workplace takings from the film’s preview previous to its launch.

On Thursday, he posted a video with the solid to thank supporters.

Regardless of its box-office success, the film, starring an ensemble solid of actresses as recruits in a military set sooner or later the place there will not be sufficient males, has had combined opinions.

It has additionally been criticised for the names of its characters.

A plus-sized recruit is called Yuan Yuan Yuan (performed by Xixi Lim), that means spherical in Chinese language.

Even earlier than the movie premiered, there was an outcry when it was revealed that transgender actress Kelly Kimberly Cheong was taking part in a personality named Amanda Man. The surname was later modified to Ong.

The earlier instalment of the sequence, Ah Boys To Males 4, earned $2 million within the 4 days after its launch in cinemas in November 2017.

For the reason that first Ah Boys To Males film got here out in 2012, the 4 films within the franchise, all directed by Neo, have grossed greater than $26.8 million in theatres.

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