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'Money No Enough 3' is the highest grossing Asian film since the pandemic!

By InCinemas  /  19 Feb 2024 (Monday)

Singapore’s latest installment in the country's most iconic movie franchise, Money No Enough 3《钱不够用3:全部够用》, tops the box office chart for three consecutive weekends in Singapore! 
The comedy drama grossed SGD621,000 over the past weekend (15 – 18 Feb) and has collected a total of SGD3.348 million since its release on 1 February. This makes the film the top-grossing Asian film since the pandemic.

Money No Enough 3 marks Director Jack Neo’s highest grossing feature since 2017's Ah Boys To Men 4. In Malaysia, the movie has also collected more than RM13 million since its release on 9 February, topping the Chinese New Year box office chart.

The film ereunites local actor-comedians Jack Neo, Mark Lee and Henry Thia as they navigate into a new set of financial woes faced in today’s society. Besides the popular trio, this third instalment also features an interesting ensemble of local actors including popular veterans Xiang Yun,Patricia Mok, Tang Miao Ling; and budding actors Regina Lim, Ivan Lo, Braven Yeo, Denise Fong and Kelly Wong. The original film Money No Enough《钱不够用》 was released in cinemas on 7 May 1998; while Money No Enough 2《钱不够用2》premiered 10 years later on 31 July 2008.

See Money No Enough 3 in cinemas now.
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