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msjollies

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#42
Interesting how John never got any respect all these years working in Nollywood. Now, he's got buzz all over... One should investigate what changed. He used to be this quiet reserved guy back in the day. Glad to see him coming into his own...
He still is quiet and reserved, i guess timing is everything.
 

samira

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#46
I saw the movie last night and believe me, it was not worth the wait.

I do not know why movies made in the US just do not do it for me. :arghhhh::arghhhh:
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
#47
Really? And it was just on my 'TO WATCH' movie list. At #1! Ouch.
A galfriend of mine just watched it on Monday and was full of praises. What didnt you liek about it? Technical issues or story line? Because I can endure bad lightings and sounds, but a horrible storyline can make me cry of vexation!

I saw the movie last night and believe me, it was not worth the wait.

I do not know why movies made in the US just do not do it for me. :arghhhh::arghhhh:
 
#48
I saw the movie last night and believe me, it was not worth the wait.

I do not know why movies made in the US just do not do it for me. :arghhhh::arghhhh:
what ?? please don't say that cause I'm still waiting for this movies like a child waits for Eid. Anyway i still want to see it so where did you the movies? thanks
 

samira

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Really? And it was just on my 'TO WATCH' movie list. At #1! Ouch.
A galfriend of mine just watched it on Monday and was full of praises. What didnt you liek about it? Technical issues or story line? Because I can endure bad lightings and sounds, but a horrible storyline can make me cry of vexation!
what ?? please don't say that cause I'm still waiting for this movies like a child waits for Eid. Anyway i still want to see it so where did you the movies? thanks
The movie was just :arghhhh: for me.. I am soooooooooo disappointed! To me, it was simply the director's fault as I was even not feeling Omot's acting...Van did nothing for me and as for the others..... I mean, it took them almost a year to release this? Damn!
 

barbarellanoir

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#51
The movie was just :arghhhh: for me.. I am soooooooooo disappointed! To me, it was simply the director's fault as I was even not feeling Omot's acting...Van did nothing for me and as for the others..... I mean, it took them almost a year to release this? Damn!
I drove past movie at the store, and told the owner that I'd buy his copy after he'd watched it a couple of times.....I love Omotola, but Van's tally of bad movies is helping me keep my money in my pocket. I think this was shot well before he went for his one month acting intensive lessons....go figure
 
#52
The movie was just :arghhhh: for me.. I am soooooooooo disappointed! To me, it was simply the director's fault as I was even not feeling Omot's acting...Van did nothing for me and as for the others..... I mean, it took them almost a year to release this? Damn!
I heard they had to reshoot the whole movie. All in all it was such a let down
 

samira

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#56
the trailer: the best thing about the movie
Abimbola, the wedding sef, did it take place at the beach? Cause dis one that she was still wearing her wedding gown when they arrived at their hotel for the honeymoon (in VA Beach methinks) was tooooo much for me o...:roll
 

gugu

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#57
I just finished the movie. I was not impressed. It did not have a sense of place. There was a lot of shooting of big American houses and townhouses that did not look lived in, and outdoor scenes than anything. I could not make out where Vicker, his mother, and sister were from - culturally neutral. Omotola's aunt's clothes told us she was from West Africa - probably Ghana. A very sterile movie culturally, script writer was not creative, and it did not handle the homosexuality issue well. All ends up well, and forgotten. A bit too simple and unrealistic for such a serious issue.
 

elisawwf007

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#58
I just finished the movie. I was not impressed. It did not have a sense of place. There was a lot of shooting of big American houses and townhouses that did not look lived in, and outdoor scenes than anything. I could not make out where Vicker, his mother, and sister were from - culturally neutral. Omotola's aunt's clothes told us she was from West Africa - probably Ghana. A very sterile movie culturally, script writer was not creative, and it did not handle the homosexuality issue well. All ends up well, and forgotten. A bit too simple and unrealistic for such a serious issue.
Damn and I just grabed my copy two days ago. Oh well, it just one of those things that I will just stock pile
 

adjojata42

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#60
@amet

yes ooh sis, they are the same movie, i think ghana's very is 'AFTER THE WEDDING'. i bought one yesterday
at dansoman but i have not watched it yet. i was watching 'millions' yesternight, will watch 'after the
wedding' tonight. millions is another useless movie featurng john d, juliet i, and kofi a.
 
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