A Revolution in 30 Days By Joy Bewaji

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leoghana

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What a laugh this would be, if after this much lauding and reviews, 30days turns out to be utter crap!Wouldn't that be so funny?I pray and hope,that won't be the case though.
Well,it must not be utter crap if it's getting this kind of press. Mildred does somethings very well.

The sound for one--while still not up to Hollywood standards--as she herself would readily admit--is a notch better than what Nollywood has been churning out for years.

And the acting isn't bad either.You would see.

She earns high marks for casting,lighting,pacing,suspense and dialogue. The interrogation scene between Segun Arinze and Chet alone is worth the price of the ticket. It's very intense and well-done.


Not to talk of the love scenes between Chet and Genevieve-including the much talked about oral sex scene :) -which i hope is not censored from the VCD/DVD version that is finally released in the Nigerian market.

Look,it's not a perfect movie --as Mildred herself would readily admit--but it's certainly an impressive first time effort.
 

leoghana

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#22
I really like the review but what the heck is going on with release of the movie for public viewing? I mean I bought it since last years october and still have not recieved it. Na waooooooo!!!!!!!
I know..:) You wouldn't have to wait for too long though. It would be out soon,i tell ya..
 

NTB

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Not to talk of the love scenes between Chet and Genevieve-including the much talked about oral sex scene :) -which i hope is not censored from the VCD/DVD version that is finally released in the Nigerian market.

I don already tell Pompom for MD that I want the unedited version sweat:
 

leoghana

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#27
Yes oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Remember the screams in the theater that day in MD. sweat:
Yeah,i remember now.. It probably inspired some NR men to take some responsibility in that area and do what they have been avoiding to do for sometime,if you know what i mean.:excite
 

NTB

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Yeah,i remember now.. It probably inspired some NR men to take some responsibility in that area and do what they have been avoiding to do for sometime,if you know what i mean.:excite
Amen Amen Amen and thanks to Pompom for raising the awareness :music-smi
 

leoghana

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Amen Amen Amen and thanks to Pompom for raising the awareness :music-smi
Ha ha,you are funny.:) It's not that African men don't want to take responsibility.It's just that we have many taboos dancing in our heads,coming from where we are coming from that we have to overcome. It's not easy now.
 

NTB

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Ha ha,you are funny.:) It's not that African men don't want to take responsibility.It's just that we have many taboos dancing in our heads,coming from where we are coming from that we have to overcome. It's not easy now.
Can I come :knuck ur head to find out what other taboo de :1244: for ur head
 
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