Ah Boys to Men

Ah Boys to Men

Title: Ah Boys to Men

Release: 2012

Rating: 6.1

Language: English

Country: Singapore

Runtime: 110

Genre: Comedy

Ah Boys to Men

Release 2012
Rating 6.1
Language English
Country Singapore
Runtime 110
Genre Comedy



The film opens with the Republic of Singapore apparently being under an immense invasion from a fictional army, with iconic Singaporean landmarks (such as the Merlion and the Esplanade) coming under fire and many civilians killed brutally. It is later revealed that the war was fictitious setting of a war-based role-playing game played by Ken Chow (Joshua Tan), a rich and spoiled child reluctant to enlist into National Service. Ken plans to study abroad with his girlfriend Amy (Bong Qiu Ting), but his plans are derailed by NS. After being chided by Amy for his childishness, Ken takes it out on a nearby rubbish bin, to be apprehended by two policemen in the vicinity. A disappointed and embarrassed Amy looked very sad and angry.Back home, after being driven back by his father (Richard Low), Ken confides to his parents about his fears of National Service. His overprotective mother (Irene Ang) decides to help him think of ways to defer, but to no avail. Eventually, they are all forced to ...

Director :

Jack Neo

Writer :


Actors :

... Ken Chow

... Aloysius Jin

... Bang "Lobang" Lee Onn

... Man In Ping (IP Man)

... Sergeant Alex Ong

... Sergeant Jed Heng

... Tan Wei Ming