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hazozo

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#42
vince said:
How did you arrive at such a conclusion?What are your indices?
Doesn't the same goes for igbonglish movies?What is so intellectual about them?
Maybe what you meant to say was that these movies are directed at the LCDs(Lowest Common Denominator)among us,but this is true of both yoruba and igbonglish movies.
The marketers/financiers(both YMG and EMG)of these movies just don't have what it takes to produce movies that target the sophisitcated and learned class and they know it!They are not even attempting to,going by the kind of movies we see in both genres.Only very very few amongst them do attempt targeting viewers higher than the usual LCDs.
i only used yoruba as an example, same goes for other tribes.i was talking from what i see. im yoruba too. emabinu. i trust simisola to always complain, no vex ma sista. but if you are here you will see that those who patronise these movies are LCD as my bro will discribe them. my guy i tell you they do target them, especialy those that produce non English movies.
 

hazozo

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#43
kolinzo said:
Where in tha hell are you from? I just read this today and i think your comment was out of line!! The average Yoruba movie viewer is an illitrate?!! What is your definition of illiterate? Just becuz your housegurl loves to sit and watch the interludes makes an average Yoruba an illiterate. I'm embarrassed by your comment and yeah i'm offended! :redface You should just go ahead and change your comment cuz you have just touched the bad side of me! Think Hazozo..think!!!
im sorry i my language was too strong, im also sorry if the truth hurts. maybe if you come to naija you only visit the cities where we have most of the literate poeple in the country, but the truth is a larger percentage of the countries population do, i repeat do live in the villages as farmers. please take that cos its true.
 

Aesha

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#44
hazozo said:
im sorry i my language was too strong, im also sorry if the truth hurts. maybe if you come to naija you only visit the cities where we have most of the literate poeple in the country, but the truth is a larger percentage of the countries population do, i repeat do live in the villages as farmers. please take that cos its true.
I'm not trying to take a dig @ you but are you now trying to say that this villagers form the majority of people that watch yoruba films. I have been to villages and 'the farmers' there don't look like the kind of people that will take out money to watch films when they can hardly feed themselves.I as a person "sumtimes" enjoy watching the adverts as it helps to know wot films to rent or buy next time and i wouldn't consider myself as an illiterate.
 

grafikdon

Well-Known Member
#45
This is the reason why DVD must be introduced. Not a very hard thing to do if somebody really wants it done. I guess we are afraid of change, so we're stuck with the good ol VCD and the annoying gbuoaa! (Quoting rude boy)
 

Simisola

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#46
hazozo said:
i only used yoruba as an example, same goes for other tribes.i was talking from what i see. im yoruba too. emabinu. i trust simisola to always complain, no vex ma sista. but if you are here you will see that those who patronise these movies are LCD as my bro will discribe them. my guy i tell you they do target them, especialy those that produce non English movies.
You're forgiven, boo. :)
 

rudeboy

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OJ na business man o! Typical Igbo trader maximizing every opprtunity to find market for his films! Who say some of the films na old film? That one concern you o! Old film no fit attract new money? Make we sometimes de forgive these guys o bcos na wetin dem fit think at the time dem fit do at the same time! DES marketers-producers na the only ones wen even make up their mind release their own money to do films. As far as they care na trading dem de do. When the time to do film come we go know. Till then, all we go de hear 35mins b4 film start na so so gbuoaaa!!!
 

vince

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#48
rudeboy said:
OJ na business man o! Typical Igbo trader maximizing every opprtunity to find market for his films! Who say some of the films na old film? That one concern you o! Old film no fit attract new money? Make we sometimes de forgive these guys o bcos na wetin dem fit think at the time dem fit do at the same time! DES marketers-producers na the only ones wen even make up their mind release their own money to do films. As far as they care na trading dem de do. When the time to do film come we go know. Till then, all we go de hear 35mins b4 film start na so so gbuoaaa!!!
Don't forget that it is also gbiiiiiiiisssshhh!!
 

tombabe

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i watched a film by ogogo called soso okan, men it was terrible, the tape almost got to middle before they started the film, i didn't even bother to watch the second part of the film, it was annoying.
 

Apteros

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#53
grafikdon said:
This is the reason why DVD must be introduced. Not a very hard thing to do if somebody really wants it done. I guess we are afraid of change, so we're stuck with the good ol VCD and the annoying gbuoaa! (Quoting rude boy)
You are right 'bout the DVD thingy.

I have been away from naijarules for too long. When i started reading the gbuoaa and gbissh, i was cracking up. You guys are hilarious.
But truly, those advert are annoying.
 
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