The Best Bet

(Singapore Movie)
The Best Bet (DVD) Singapore Movie
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The Best Bet

The Best Bet

  • Video
  • NTSC
  • Audio
  • Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : The Best Bet / 突然发财
  • Running time: Appx. 110 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2004
  • Listing date : 06 Mar 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Jack Neo
  • Cast by
  • Richard Low , Mark Lee , Christopher Lee , Chen Liping , Joanne Peh
  • Synopsis
  • The movie focuses on the three main characters - Tan Chun Huang (Mark Lee), an illegal bookie and "super gambler" who leaves the running of his family's bak kut teh stall to his younger sister, Hui Min (Joanne Peh); Lee Yong Shun (Christopher Lee), an ambitious but unlucky man who abhors gambling; and Richard (Richard Low), a white-collar executive who is indecisive and easily influenced, but does not listen to his wife's (Chen Liping) pleas not to gamble.

    Huang is first introduced into the movie, with two of his fellow bookie friends drinking at a coffee shop. He then shares his thoughts about the gambling issues in Singapore, in which his sister then enters trying to lecture him, which he refuses to heed her advice. Shun and Richard are then introduced in a phone call Huang makes to Richard, where it is shown Shun goes beyond the speed limit and is caught. They later rush to work, late for a meeting. The latter in which results in a disgraced Richard unwanted of his proposal and Shun fired from his job.

    While clearing his desk, Shun, together with Richard are approached by their colleagues. A woman named Coffee-Lady wishes to ask for digits, which exasperates Shun who tries to tell her about her addiction. While Shun leaves, the colleagues and Richard talk about benefactors as a way to pick numbers, which ridicules the way how even the worse people can be a benefactor to one. The discussion goes on later back in the coffee shop with the three friends just as they offer praying...

  • Synopsis
  • The movie focuses on the three main characters - Tan Chun Huang (Mark Lee), an illegal bookie and "super gambler" who leaves the running of his family's bak kut teh stall to his younger sister, Hui Min (Joanne Peh); Lee Yong Shun (Christopher Lee), an ambitious but unlucky man who abhors gambling; and Richard (Richard Low), a white-collar executive who is indecisive and easily influenced, but does not listen to his wife's (Chen Liping) pleas not to gamble.

    Huang is first introduced into the movie, with two of his fellow bookie friends drinking at a coffee shop. He then shares his thoughts about the gambling issues in Singapore, in which his sister then enters trying to lecture him, which he refuses to heed her advice. Shun and Richard are then introduced in a phone call Huang makes to Richard, where it is shown Shun goes beyond the speed limit and is caught. They later rush to work, late for a meeting. The latter in which results in a disgraced Richard unwanted of his proposal and Shun fired from his job.

    While clearing his desk, Shun, together with Richard are approached by their colleagues. A woman named Coffee-Lady wishes to ask for digits, which exasperates Shun who tries to tell her about her addiction. While Shun leaves, the colleagues and Richard talk about benefactors as a way to pick numbers, which ridicules the way how even the worse people can be a benefactor to one. The discussion goes on later back in the coffee shop with the three friends just as they offer praying...