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Ah Boys to Men has received mixed reviews from critics. Derek Elley of Film Business Asia graded it at 6 out of 10 marks, praising it for its "superior production values" but noting that it "lost momentum" during the second half.[1] Kwok Kar Peng of The New Paper commented on the lengthiness of the film, also expressing his opinion that it seemed like an advertisement for the Singapore Army, but added that it had "its good points".[22] TODAY's Christopher Toh, gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and criticised the over-use of CGI "that makes Doctor Who blush" though he commended the acting skills of the lead cast.[80] Vanessa Tai, also from TODAY, felt that some of the jokes in the film were "sexist" and concluded that it might create a bad impression for the SAF (Singapore Armed Forces).[81] In response, Neo stated that the "sexist" jokes were existent within the Army and were common.[82] Gary Chua, also from TODAY, in response to the review by Tai, voiced out his disagreement. He felt that the film had instead done the SAF proud.[83] F Movie Mag's review took issue with its excessive length, as well as its sense of incompleteness, though it also praised the director, as well as the energetic performance of the actors.[67] Travis Wong of gave the movie 2 out of 5 stars, criticising the "obnoxious product placement" and the rehashing of past jokes.[84] Hee En Ming of Fridae dubbed Ah Boys to Men as "possibly the worst boot camp comedy ever", reserving only negative feedback for it.[51] At the National Day Rally 2012, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong complimented Neo on the film.[85] Loong Wai Ting of Malaysia's New Straits Times ranked part one as number 10 on her list of Jack Neo's best movies.[86] Maliki Osman lauded the film (as a whole) "for striking a chord in many Singaporeans, and in the process helping to strengthen Singaporeans' commitment to defence."[87]

Ah Boys to Men grossed S$6.18 million dollars domestically.[3][52] It earned S$234,000 on its opening day[72] and took the number one spot in its opening weekend, earning S$1,509,422 at the box office.[88] It broke the record for the biggest opening weekend for local productions, a record previously held by Neo's earlier film Ah Long Pte Ltd (S$1.484 million) in 2008,[89] as well as that for the biggest opening-day box-office result for a local film outside of the Chinese New Year season.[90] The first Asian movie to top the Singapore box office since November 2011,[91] it passed the S$5 million mark on November 29, 2012, the second Singaporean film to do so,[31] and at that point of time became Singapore's second-highest-grossing film, overtaking the previous record holder, Money No Enough 2 (2008), which was also directed by Neo.[92] On December 17, 2012, Ah Boys to Men became the highest-grossing Singaporean film, having already taken in S$6.03 million, surpassing Money No Enough (1998), the previous record holder and another work of Neo's.[93] Neo said in response to the milestone: "I've waited 12 years to be able to make a film that can beat Money No Enough. I'm so glad that the day has finally come."[94] Because of that, Neo said that he and the cast will skinny dip,[95] tentatively in the Singapore River, as he had earlier promised.[40] However, not all of the cast were comfortable with the prospect of skinny dipping. Tosh Zhang said he was a bit reluctant to do so, but would go along, seeing that majority would be doing so.[96] The idea was later scrapped; Neo and the cast will instead be taking part in various charity-related events.[97] Online box office revenue tracker Box Office Mojo has listed Ah Boys to Men as the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2012 in Singapore.[98] 1e1e36bf2d


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