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Starring: Fann Wong, Gurmit Singh, Lina Ng, Brandon Wong, Suhaimi Yusof, Samuel Chong, Moses Lim
Director: Jack Neo
Rating: PG
Year Made: 2007




- Teaser Trailer
- Trailer

- TVC Spots
- Making of
- NG Shots

- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Endings
- Photo Gallery




English & Mandarin
Subtitles: Chinese/English/Malay
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen 4x3
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 1 hr 51 mins
Region Code: PAL 3
Distributor: Innoform Media




Lim Teng Zui reports to Tanya Chew, a high-ranking officer working in one of Singapore's statutory boards. Teng Zui's incompetence and poor work ethics contributes to a Minister sustaining a fall during a visit by VIPs. An investigation is carried out to find a scapegoat - not an unusual practice in government bodies. The lowly-ranked Teng Zui shoulders the blame alone thanks to the 'finger-pointing' by the upper management.

Infuriated, Teng Zui confronts Tany. Their clash escalates into a car chase, resulting in an accident which causes them to exchange souls...


Jack Neo has all along have a penchant for social and political issues or else he won’t be taking swipe after swipe at our Singapore’s educational system in the “I Not Stupid” series, the water issue in “Homerun” and his social-satire box-office hit “Money No Enough”.

So it comes as no surprise as he will target our civil service some day. And yes, that some day has finally arrived in the form of “Just Follow Law”.

In “Just Follow Law”, our local comedian Gurmit Singh plays Lim Teng Zui, a blue-collar worker in a fictional statutory board, WAS while pretty babe, Fann Wong plays his immediate supervisor Tanya Chew, a capable but “heartless” officer.

While Jack has good intentions to poke fun at our “efficient” civil service, the jokes kind of run out-of-steam halfway and venture into his usual preachy style in the third act. No doubt you find the subordinate-and-supervisor predicaments familiar, the back-stabbings and arrow-shootings laughable. However the most note-worthy in “Just Follow Law”, is the performance of Fann Wong that perhaps best stands out from the otherwise SOP (standard operational procedure) of a Jack Neo’s movie.

And the cameo appearances of Lim Kay Siu, Selena Tan and Hossan Leong really add some sparkles to the film as well. (Yup! We do have very excellent local actors).

The flow and theme of “Just Follow Law” might not coincide with what initially panned out to be towards the end. But still, it entertains and it educates along the way. That’s the power of a Jack Neo’s movie.


Definitely one of the best local dvd ever available, you get a whole disc loaded with chunks of special features. What’s missing is just the cast and Director Jack Neo’s commentary track. Wouldn't it be fun listening to Gurmit and Jack’s bantering or are we asking too much?

Teaser Trailer/Trailer – We have the teaser and final trailer here but since both are cut in the same flow and manner, calling it version A and version B might be more appropriate.

TVC Spots – Include a couple of short promotional tv spots to while away your time.

Making of – There are in fact 2 making of segments, the first is the usual cast and crew interviews, some behind the scenes snippets probably one which you have seen countless times on tv. The second segment touches on the making of the car accident sequence in the movie. A nice fun fact coming out from the horse mouth, director Jack Neo’s debut in shooting a car accident sequence after ten movies. Wonder what will Michael Bay say to that.

NG Shots – There are over 10 minutes of NG shots, it gets tiresome after a while however there are some which are pretty hilarious. Enjoy!

Deleted Scenes – Over 12 minutes of deleted scenes. None are particularly crucial to the movie on the whole, well at least Neo made the right choice of excluding them, otherwise adding on to an already too long movie.

Alternate Endings – We liked the second ending because Mark Lee and MC King is a hoot. The first and the last are ridiculous and will leave you with a sour taste.

Photo Gallery – Can’t get enough of Just Follow Law? Admire the beautifully taken production stills here.


Mainly dialogue here but at least you get to hear the clarity of the cast sputtering Hokkien, Mandarin, English, Tamil and Malay in this glorious un-dubbed version. The visual is passable but already a stark improvement as compared to Neo’s earlier big-screen projects.



Review by Linus Tee



Alternative Opinion:

. The movie review by our columnist

. JUST FOLLOW LAW press conference

. On Location with JUST FOLLOW LAW

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This review is made possible with the kind support from InnoForm


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