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The worst Nigerian movie you ever saw

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KikisMuffin

I no get ya time!!
I forgot this other useless one I borrowed at the initial stages of my watching Nigerian films:

Condom Is The Answer - Starring Alex Lopez and guy who haven't seen in movies since then, Ose BABAAAAAAAA!!!
sweat: sweat: sweat: sweat: With a title like dat what else did you expect? The film was useless!!!!!
 

thressa

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Please BROKEN PIECES starring Mike, Ngozi Ezeonu, Monalisa and one girl that has the worst facial expression i have ever seen in nollywood, her name is Barbara Ukattah.
When you say a movie doesn't make any sense, you will be talking about broken pieces. My God, i was speechless after i FF the movie to the end. Thank God for online movie, only God knows i would have killed myself if i used my money in buying this movie.

Stay Clear Of This Hovie; BROKEN PIECES
 

Wilhemina

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MY dear Thressa you are right, my friends watch it online yesterday, and they said the movie was crap, i am surprise that mike and monalisa are in the movie, what a shame.
 

Beautiful_Soul

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Please BROKEN PIECES starring Mike, Ngozi Ezeonu, Monalisa and one girl that has the worst facial expression i have ever seen in nollywood, her name is Barbara Ukattah.
When you say a movie doesn't make any sense, you will be talking about broken pieces. My God, i was speechless after i FF the movie to the end. Thank God for online movie, only God knows i would have killed myself if i used my money in buying this movie.

Stay Clear Of This Hovie; BROKEN PIECES

BROKEN PIECES is a hot MESS. I wanted to strangle the person that lent it to me... What NONSENSE>.. and what was up with the mouthing words all the time and not actually talking... I only got about half an hour in before I counted my losses and switched that mess off!
 

Beautiful_Soul

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Consumed by my mad rant about "Broken Pieces" I forgot to list my worst Nigerian films:

Columbian Connection (How can u spell the name of a country wrong in a film title... NONSENSE!)

Engagement Night (Production was ok but the story didn't even make sense. How can your roomate for however many years and best friend never have met your girlfriend... FAKE! The producers also need to think about timelines when they do when they do this "5 years later, 10 years later" stuff)

Mass Destruction (I just couldn't get with the supernatural stuff and the AWFUL special effects. It was unbearable)

True Romance (I loved Rita before I saw this film, suddenly she was rubbish in everything, this film is a WASTE OF TIME... totally!)

Back from America (Another piece of trash with Rita in it... and those two small boys Osita and Chinedu... They kept doing this awful rapping... it was truly atrocious)

Night in the Philippines (Where can I even start? HEeeeeeeeeeeey!)
 
The title of worst film I ever saw has got to go to "Omaliko" :1200:

Other pretty bad films include:
"I live for you I die for you"
"She you must obey"

There are also others that I must say I was so repulsed by, I had to eject the disc after about 20 mins into the movie
 
"on my wedding day" with with chioma chukwuka- if u saw the acting in that film and heard their diction, you'd shed tears for Nolywood. I've never seen a film as nonsensical and with a plot drawn out for so long in my life as that one. Absolute rubbish.
 

ifywanne

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I am enjoying this thread, there are alot of movies that fits the description of worst movie, they are too numerous to mention, some of them are just downright boring, right now i just watch online cos i can't put my hard earn money to shame by buying those movies. sometimes i wonder why the actors sign up for such movies, and i will answer my question "for the money".
 

barbarellanoir

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Hello

Hello everyone, i'm new to the forum, so i'll tread lightly....just kidding. The worst naija film i've ever been unfortunate to watch is ( i'm getting angry just thinking about it)....drumrollviolent: violent: "Ass on Fire":fing23: :fing23: It was a a hot, buttered, smokin', mess of epic proportions. I feel that I gave over three hours of my life to a charity that was not of my choice. The director, script writer, and everyone associated with that movie, owes me some money, and if I ever lay eyes on Chukwu Nonso Diobi, he just might be the recipient of the first a**-whoopin" i've ever delivered, because he keeps on churning out some straight garbage....I only know this, because i'm one of the fools who continues to give him a chance.
 

thressa

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Hello everyone, i'm new to the forum, so i'll tread lightly....just kidding. The worst naija film i've ever been unfortunate to watch is ( i'm getting angry just thinking about it)....drumrollviolent: violent: "Ass on Fire":fing23: :fing23: It was a a hot, buttered, smokin', mess of epic proportions. I feel that I gave over three hours of my life to a charity that was not of my choice. The director, script writer, and everyone associated with that movie, owes me some money, and if I ever lay eyes on Chukwu Nonso Diobi, he just might be the recipient of the first a**-whoopin" i've ever delivered, because he keeps on churning out some straight garbage....I only know this, because i'm one of the fools who continues to give him a chance.


You are welcome, make yourself comfortable and enjoy.

They already warned us about the movie, i'm sorry you spent money and time for that nonsense. Even if it's free i won't watch. That Nonso Guy too is really beginning to **** me off.
 

Beautiful_Soul

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Hello everyone, i'm new to the forum, so i'll tread lightly....just kidding. The worst naija film i've ever been unfortunate to watch is ( i'm getting angry just thinking about it)....drumrollviolent: violent: "Ass on Fire":fing23: :fing23: It was a a hot, buttered, smokin', mess of epic proportions. I feel that I gave over three hours of my life to a charity that was not of my choice. The director, script writer, and everyone associated with that movie, owes me some money, and if I ever lay eyes on Chukwu Nonso Diobi, he just might be the recipient of the first a**-whoopin" i've ever delivered, because he keeps on churning out some straight garbage....I only know this, because i'm one of the fools who continues to give him a chance.
Overall I actually enjoyed ass on fire, although it had a stupid title. I loooove Nonso so Iw ill watch anything he is in.

One thing that was really stupid though was the portrayal of drug abuse. Him calling the cocaine "my cracks" was funny but ridiculous. Crack is the rock version of cocaine. The film makers really need to start doing research before they do these films.

Also stupid was the way he was sniffing the cocaine in a big pile and just running his nose in it. Cocaine users chop cocaine into lines and use rolled up paper or money to sniff it up. Just making these minor alterations would add so much more realism to the film.
 
Overall I actually enjoyed ass on fire, although it had a stupid title. I loooove Nonso so Iw ill watch anything he is in.

One thing that was really stupid though was the portrayal of drug abuse. Him calling the cocaine "my cracks" was funny but ridiculous. Crack is the rock version of cocaine. The film makers really need to start doing research before they do these films.

Also stupid was the way he was sniffing the cocaine in a big pile and just running his nose in it. Cocaine users chop cocaine into lines and use rolled up paper or money to sniff it up. Just making these minor alterations would add so much more realism to the film.
How come you know so much about the "art" of cocaine sniffing. Talking from experience are we?;)

On a more serious note, Nollywood very often gets it wrong when they try to portray drug addicts, doctors (who come across as quacks), children sent to the US OR UK (they come back with really bad accents and a drug habbit), the mentally insane and so on. This is because the actors stick to stereotypes and cliches and no attempt is made to research a role being portrayed................ I guess the fact that most Nollywood movies are made in about 2-3 days, does not help matters one bit!!!!!!!
 
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