Be4 The Vow

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bibi

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mealone said:
ahhhh, femi dey dia, i must watch, femi is my second screen hubby, aside from yomi fash lash who'll always be my fest luxlove:

yea femi branaird is a hottie..the boy got skills too
dont know why he doesnt do more lead roles...
ive loved him since ewe oju omi,
i think he was in jeun soke as well..dont remember
 

barbiejay731

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I love that movie,just watched it.Thk God it was all 'bout dreams 'cos I already felt bad when watching it,especially when things were going wrong.Stephanie had to kiss the best man 'cos she actually wanted a pay back for what she reasoned Desmond did with the lady at the hotel.
 

ogonna

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B4 The Vow

B4 The Vow [2004/5]
Desmond Elliot, Femi Brainard, Stephanie Okereke

Groom-to-be [Desmond Elliot] is caught cheating with a call-girl by his bride [Stephanie Okereke]. Comedy of errors follows in which it appears every one is cheating - best man [Femi Brainard] with bride, groom with the call-girl and the bridesmaid. Eventually turns out to be a mere pre-wedding nightmare.

Ulzee Productions
Dir. Jeta Amata

Question - does any one know the names of the bridesmaid and the call girl? I watched it aeons ago and can't seem to lay my hands on a copy again. I've seen both bridesmaid and call-girl in other movies but in bit roles and their names didn't feature in the credits.
 

vince

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The name of the actress that played the bridesmaid is BLESSING EFFIOM
The actress that played the call girl is THELMA O'KHAZ
 
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b4 the vow

kikis muffin, i agree with you...ii saw this movie and i realised that we got some creative people in nollywood...the story is so simple and straightforward but manages to grip ones attention...how do you tell a story with everything happening in one place and within 3 hours...kudos to john uche...both those girls looked hot hot hot in thier underwear...mhhh...the wedding gown was brilliant...stephenay looked great...good one...keep it up....a very different concept is always welcomed.
 

KikisMuffin

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kikis muffin, i agree with you...ii saw this movie and i realised that we got some creative people in nollywood...the story is so simple and straightforward but manages to grip ones attention...how do you tell a story with everything happening in one place and within 3 hours...kudos to john uche...both those girls looked hot hot hot in thier underwear...mhhh...the wedding gown was brilliant...stephenay looked great...good one...keep it up.... a very different concept is always welcomed
I concur grinning: The staleness of most of nollywood stories have been discussed at length on NR.
This movie was refreshing and different, and in 1 part! Very cool
 
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my oh my...i wish something will be done to stop the release of part 2 or 3 films...its just so slow and annoying...with irrelevant scenes...you find that most part one films have tighter story lines...i just watched sound of silence....part 1 ...very good...as per b4 the vow,..did you notice the way the producers played with each scene transition...very different...nollywood take note...we need fresh stories and concept.
 

peculiar

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Lovely flick. I enjoyed it thoroughly and i laughed so hard almost all through.

Thank you madam Blessing Effiom and the entire crew! :)
 

leggy

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Lovely flick. I enjoyed it thoroughly and i laughed so hard almost all through.

Thank you madam Blessing Effiom and the entire crew! :)
pls where can i watch this film?i went on uuuuuutoobe but its not there.can someone help?

(i dont want to buy.i want to watch for free.pls:o)
 

tunmi

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#37
Another typical naija movie. I honestly don't know how you guys can do it - watch naija movies from the beginning to the end.
You can't pay me to do that....it's the most boring thing in the world:confused:
It is not typical. I have watched Naija movies, since childhood, and a lot more since being away from Naija, and it is a different take on Naija movies. The plot is different, plus I get to see Femi Brainard!!! And it is directed by a Njamah (Aquila). You have to endure Desmond's Elliot own "acting" and Stephanie's "Engrish" but overall, it is not too bad.
 

vince

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Unless it is a "i love jesus" christian movie with bible verse quoting fireworks and action packed prayer wars from start to finish.:laugh:
Another typical naija movie. I honestly don't know how you guys can do it - watch naija movies from the beginning to the end.
You can't pay me to do that....it's the most boring thing in the world:confused:
 

His Majesty

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#39
It is not typical. I have watched Naija movies, since childhood, and a lot more since being away from Naija, and it is a different take on Naija movies. The plot is different, plus I get to see Femi Brainard!!! And it is directed by a Njamah (Aquila). You have to endure Desmond's Elliot own "acting" and Stephanie's "Engrish" but overall, it is not too bad.
Yea...have seen quite a few naija movies myself and, if I were to put a number to it, I don't think I could watch more than 5% of them to the end.

And by the way, I actually liked the part 2 of this movie (after the vow).
 

His Majesty

The Prince & Princess
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Unless it is a "i love jesus" christian movie with bible verse quoting fireworks and action packed prayer wars from start to finish.:laugh:
Haha. I don't even like over 90% of the Christian movies out there either....most of them are not well produced either.

And by the way, it isn't that I don't like naija movies per se, b'cos I do. I just want them to produce quality movies instead of all the trash they tend to put out there. To me, what's worth doing is worth doing well, so let them invest time and money into producing these movies if they want people to buy them. For instance, instead of producing over 500 movies per year, they'd take their time and produce 5 quality movies.

O pari
 
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