Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen
A coming of age story about a group of boys who get conscripted into the National Service. Ken Chow (Joshua Tan), the spoilt, rich kid, who tries to 'keng' his way out of National Service. Aloysius Jin AKA Wayang King (Maxi Lim), whose over-enthusiasm creates more problems for his cabin mates. Lobang (Wang Weiliang), the street-smart wheeler dealer, out to make a quick buck off his cabin mates. Joining them is new face Hei Long AKA The Black Dragon (Wesley Wong), an aggressive gang leader, who prefers to talk with his fists instead of his mouth.
Together, these ragtag band of misfits must somehow survive 40 weeks of training in hell. Do they have what it takes to become one of Singapore’s most fearsome military units – the frogmen?
Directors: Jack Neo
Writers: Ivan Ho, Jack Neo
Producers: Ong Thiam Seng
Key cast: Joshua Tan, Maxi Lim, Wang Weiliang, Wesley Wong
Director: Jack Neo
During the 1990s, Jack Neo won the local audience over with his signature comedic hosting style in variety programmes. Apart from hosting and acting then, he was the creative brain behind the longest running local and high rated variety show, Comedy Night. The popularity of the decade-long production is a strong testament of Jack’s remarkable talents and creativity.
Following his success in television productions, Director Neo took on new challenges and ventured into the film industry in 1998 with Money No Enough, Singapore’s 3rd highest grossing feature film to-date. Consequently, he scripted, directed and produced a successful string of coveted movies namely I Not Stupid (2002), Homerun (2003), The Best Bet (2004), romantic comedy I Do I Do (2005), One More Chance (2005), We Not Naughty (2012), Ah Boys To Men (2012), Ah Boys To Men 2 (2013) which is Singapore’s highest grossing feature film to-date, and the latest Ah Boys To Men 3 (2014) and many more to come.