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That finale is as dramatic and emotionally gripping a finale as it gets, but it also underscores just how indifferent the rest of the 'checkpoints' in history have been to his central narrative.
On the other hand, Lee was born to play the brash, hot-headed lout, and it is to his credit that we end up loathing his character as much as we sympathise with Tan's.
In the film, actor Mark Lee returns as the protaganist, Ah Kun whose feud with his onscreen nephew, Shun Fa, played by actor Richie Koh, grows.
Of late, Jack Neo's stories have gotten longer, but in the case of 'Long Long Time Ago' at least, we can reassure you that it isn't because he has gotten more long-winded.