List of the best Jack Neo movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Jack Neo's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Jack Neo movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Jack Neo movies will be at the top of the list. Jack Neo has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Jack Neo movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Jack Neo films to end the squabble once and for all.
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I Not Stupid is a 2002 Singaporean comedy film about the lives, struggles, and adventures of three Primary 6 pupils who are placed in the academically inferior EM3 stream. Written and directed by Jack Neo, and produced by MediaCorp Raintree Pictures, the movie stars Xiang Yun, Richard Low, Selena Tan, Shawn Lee, Huang Po Ju and Joshua Ang. Released in cinemas on 9 February 2002, I Not Stupid earned over S$3.8 million, becoming the second-highest grossing Singaporean film. Its satirical criticism of the Singaporean education system and social attitudes in Singapore sparked public discussions and parliamentary debates that led to reforms in the education system. Its sequel, I Not Stupid Too, ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Jack Neo, Xiang Yun, Richard Low, Joshua Ang, Shawn Lee, + more
Initial Release: 2002
Directed by: Jack Neo
I Not Stupid Too is a 2006 Singaporean satirical comedy film and the sequel to the 2002 film, I Not Stupid. It portrays the lives, struggles and adventures of three Singaporean youths — 15-year-old Tom, his 8-year-old brother Jerry and their 15-year-old friend Chengcai — who have a strained relationship with their parents. The film explores the issue of poor parent-child communication. The director and screenwriter, Jack Neo, was inspired to make the film by a book about appreciation education. The movie was produced by MediaCorp Raintree Pictures on a budget of S$1.5 million. It stars Jack Neo, Xiang Yun, Huang Yiliang, Shawn Lee, Joshua Ang and Ashley Leong. Filming took place at several ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Jack Neo, Xiang Yun, Huang Yiliang, Joshua Ang, Shawn Lee, + more
Initial Release: 2006
Directed by: Jack Neo
Liang Po Po: The Movie is a Singaporean film directed by Jack Neo in 1999. It starred the comedian director Jack Neo himself, who cross-dresses as the titular old lady, which in English is translated as "Granny Neo". ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Jack Neo
Initial Release: 1999
Directed by: Bee Lian Teng
Money No Enough is a 1998 Singaporean comedy film about three friends with financial problems who start a car polishing business together. Written by Jack Neo, directed by Tay Teck Lock and produced by JSP Films, the movie stars Neo, Mark Lee and Henry Thia. Released in cinemas on 7 May 1998, Money No Enough received mixed reviews from critics, but earned over S$5.8 million and was the all-time highest-grossing Singaporean film until 2012. Its success helped revive the Singaporean film industry and pave the way for the emergence of other Singaporean cultural phenomena. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Jack Neo, Mark Lee, Patricia Mok, Henry Thia, John Cheng, + more
Initial Release: 1998
Directed by: T.L. Tay