In Chinese, this name 天天好天 is admonishing us to treasure the tiny element called TIME, that “each passing day can be a wonderful day”.
It is also a stark reminder that time and tide wait for no man.
So savor precious minutes, because you’ll never know when you are going to stop breathing.
Kindly avoid griping, preening and pruning.
Today your skin may be supple smooth as an adolescent, but as the years pile on, you will arrive to be an old person with wrinkles.
In case you don’t believe, just take a good look at your mummy-ah and daddy-O.
It’s a fact you can’t be always young, nor can you live forever.
Let’s sum up that “GREAT DAY” is a didactic, “feel-good” comedic film produced by MALAYSIA’s ASTRO, targeting at the family and holiday crowds.
It’s an apt title to usher in the LUNAR NEW YEAR 2011.
Can you feel the advent of Spring?
“GREAT DAY” is a 100% made-in-MALAYSIA movie boasting a truly all- MALAYSIAN cast.
Well, we have a talent ensemble starting with well-known DJ JACK LIM and friends such as ROYCE TAN, VIVIAN TOK, WAN WAI FUN, LIM YEW BENG ambling close.
The film director does not rely on artistes from across the Causeway nor the regular local “oft-cannot act” pretty faces we see all the time on prime-time television. Wise move.
Film Director CHIU KENG GUAN, fresh from last year’s box-office blockbuster “WOO HOO!” is back again, this time with boundless confidence and one rural parable about love, love, love.
Yeah, there’s boy-meet-gal love, parental love and neighborly love.
An assortment of love delicacies on the platter to titillate your palate and reminding us that:
“My name is TAN HAU YEN. Ain’t I cute?”
“DADDY-O and MYSELF are the BEST of PALS”
“I love my GRANDMA and DADDY-O VERY MUCH.”