Monday, February 15, 2016

Movie - Long Long Time Ago

I am going to bring my mom to watch this movie by Jack Neo.

LONG LONG TIME AGO tells a story from 1965 to early 1970s, following the protagonist of the story, Zhao Di (plays by Aileen Tan), and her family as they journey through the years from Kampong to HDB, which parallels with Singapore’s early growth as a nation. With Zhao Di’s indomitable spirit, and with the help of her family, they went through adversities, witnessed the changes through the years, and accompanied every step of the nation’s growth in its early years.

I want to watch this movie with my mom because the cast in this movie speak a lot of dialects so it is nice to bring our elderly to watch this movie. It is Jack Neo's 2016 Chinese New Year movie blockbuster.

13 comments:

Merryn said...

That is so nice of you to bring your mom for a movie. Hope she enjoys the movie. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you, Libby.

Yee Ling said...

We also went for a movie with my whole family.We actually occupied the whole row of seats. Hahah.Make it a point to bring my parents to movie during CNY because that's what they did when we were small.

Happy Chinese New Year to you and family, Libby.

Rose said...

Enjoy your movie with your mum.

Phong Hong said...

This should be an interesting movie.

CL (RealGunners) said...

Huh? I love these Singaporean movies. But seems like not showing in Malaysia. Maybe I missed it? Let me check again later...

[SK] said...

i don't think this movie is showing here in KL.. i watched 西游記之孫悟空三打白骨精 last Saturday.. didn't expect much so it ended up rather good to me, hahahaha~~ :p

Libby said...

RG: I like Jack Neo's productions from Money Not Enough to I Not Stupid, but there are local Singaporeans who don't support local productions

SK: I usually don't go for movies, not like last time, now only once a while got nice local productions, bring my mom to watch

Libby said...

*once in a while

Libby said...

Yee Ling: Happy CNY to you and your family too

Libby said...

RG, SK: I was also wondering if this movie is showing in Malaysia, maybe not because maybe due to the target audience are Singaporeans

mun said...

Your mother would be so happy that you bring her to watch this movie.

Twilight Man said...

I always support Jack Neo's movies and watched them all. I love it when they have mixed dialects to make them funnier. I would laugh hysterically inside the cinema!

Libby said...

TM: I also like Jack Neo's productions, but my buddy don't like, she say no standard, but I think otherwise, I think locals should support local production