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Jack Neo is a talented Director but he really needs to be more brave and creative to try exploring new stories and stop rehashing and rehashing endlessly those old shows or characters that he had made in the past and make an effort to diversify into making new characters, or new genres or storylines. I dont think anyone would be looking forward to yet another boring repetitive movies of yet another Boys to Men, Liang Si Mei or Liang Po Po movie sequels or characters that have been used long time ago when he was in a TV comedy show 20 years ago. Be more adventurous like China, focus on new & different story-telling, dont focus your movie only on the characters...
Singapore has such rich culture and diversity in races that there are so many possibilities for great movies with interesting stories that he could dip into, without needing to keep making boring pointless sequels of past films.
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