Liang Po Po: The Movie
Liang Po Po: The Movie (梁婆婆重出江湖) is a 1999 Singaporean film directed by Teng Bee Lian. The film stars Jack Neo, who cross-dressed as the titular Liang Popo, alongside Mark Lee and Henry Thia.
85-year-old Liang Po Po, leaves the retirement home in search of a new life. On her first day out, she is robbed by a gang, and a second robbery attempt by the same gang is only stopped by Ah Beng and Ah Seng. Liang Popo begins to follow them and is slowly inducted into gang life. The gang takes advantage of Liang Popo's naivety and makes her sell pirated VCDs and collect debts.
The head of the gang, Big Boss, decides to hire two Hong Kong triad members as consultants to help improve the image and profile of the gang. The consultants suggest robbing a bank to raise more money for expansion. Liang Popo is handpicked as the robber because of her naivety, and the impression that the authorities would be lenient on an old lady. Realising the implications of the matter, Ah Beng and Ah Seng try to turn her away, but Liang Popo decides to follow through with the robbery.
The robbery is successful, but Liang Popo loses contact with Ah Beng and Ah Seng and is forced to hide.
- Jack Neo as Liang Popo
- Mark Lee as Ah Beng
- Henry Thia as Ah Seng
- Cheng Yeow Nam as Big Boss
- Eric Tsang as Wai-gor
- Sheren Tang as Mun-jie
- Lee Han Kwang as Brother gangster
- Yap Hei Long as Brother gangster
- Patricia Mok as Ah Lian
- Ah Niu as petrol station attendant
- Robin Leong as banker
- Zoe Tay as herself
- Kym Ng as herself
- Chen Liping as Miss Aiyoyo
- Evelyn Tan as teacher