The worst Nigerian movie you ever saw

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I saw MASTER STROKE and to God it was a master stroke of imbecility. It was a "genius" of improvisation. It felt like each actor said their lines and acted out the plot as it came to them in front of the camera. The "home" of Justice Esiri's (Sitanda) character seemed empty and uninhabited. in fact, their voices echoed as it would in an empty house.
 

mimi victor

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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!)
I paid my hard earn money for that piece of garbage BROKEN PIECES and I was sorry for it. Some of these movie pple just dont have it. Wasting pple time in watching their rubbish.
 

Beautiful_Soul

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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!!!!!!!

I remember watching Jim Iyke in Jealous Lovers. HE came back from the US with a drug habit, and all of a sudden he is on the floor shaking and growling like he has been possesed. He does this til his friend comes round and injects him (kudos to them they at least made the friend "pop" the vein instead of searching aimlessly and digging the needle into the skin). anyway the needle had barely touched him and all of a sudden he jumped up laughing and joking, "man what took you so long?" It was like watching Jekyll and Hyde. The producers should have at least watch ONE drug documentary to make it a bit realistic!
 

Beautiful_Soul

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I paid my hard earn money for that piece of garbage BROKEN PIECES and I was sorry for it. Some of these movie pple just dont have it. Wasting pple time in watching their rubbish.
I'm just grateful I didn't buy that trash. It was lent to me as a "joke!" the person I got it from doesn't even want it back, that and divine twins which I didn't even bother watching after being told thta is is just as bad as broken pieces!
 

Simisola

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Watched 'Life in New York' on OBE over d w'kend. And it's painful trying to watch d first 5 mins of it. I know it's been written here in d past dat it's bad but meeeen didn't know it's dat bad. Can't believe Chico Ejiro would produce/direct a film like dat.
 
I remember watching Jim Iyke in Jealous Lovers. HE came back from the US with a drug habit, and all of a sudden he is on the floor shaking and growling like he has been possesed. He does this til his friend comes round and injects him (kudos to them they at least made the friend "pop" the vein instead of searching aimlessly and digging the needle into the skin). anyway the needle had barely touched him and all of a sudden he jumped up laughing and joking, "man what took you so long?" It was like watching Jekyll and Hyde. The producers should have at least watch ONE drug documentary to make it a bit realistic!
I hear you O my dear, howeva, I do not need to watch a documentary on drugs to know that to inject anything into the body (drugs included), you need a vein first. After all we all go for routine blood tests or have had IV drips. Also how can you start feeling the effects of drugs immediately???? Afterall, when you take a headache pill do you feel better immediately?????.

I am seriously beginning to think that our Nollywood actors/actresses and directors lack common sense O! Or is that they are so focused on being overdramatic that they miss out the simplest things??????????????????????????
 

thressa

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Watched 'Life in New York' on OBE over d w'kend. And it's painful trying to watch d first 5 mins of it. I know it's been written here in d past dat it's bad but meeeen didn't know it's dat bad. Can't believe Chico Ejiro would produce/direct a film like dat.


I thought about him a couple of days ago when i saw his pics on here. I remembered Indecent act featuring RMD and Rita and i thought to myself chico chico longest time no see crap from you. Where has he been anyway?:bouncy
 

Beautiful_Soul

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I hear you O my dear, howeva, I do not need to watch a documentary on drugs to know that to inject anything into the body (drugs included), you need a vein first. After all we all go for routine blood tests or have had IV drips. Also how can you start feeling the effects of drugs immediately???? Afterall, when you take a headache pill do you feel better immediately?????.

I am seriously beginning to think that our Nollywood actors/actresses and directors lack common sense O! Or is that they are so focused on being overdramatic that they miss out the simplest things??????????????????????????
Maybe they just rely on people being ignorant enough to not challenge the stooopid images they portray.
 

KikisMuffin

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Watched 'Life in New York' on OBE over d w'kend. And it's painful trying to watch d first 5 mins of it. I know it's been written here in d past dat it's bad but meeeen didn't know it's dat bad. Can't believe Chico Ejiro would produce/direct a film like dat.
Has Chico Ejiro ever produced a good flick?

Most of his films are crap........maybe Silent Night was ok, but I'm not sure if it was Chico or Zeb that directed that flick
 

Wilhemina

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Oh please someone else who has seen this horror... did you get the incest bits? What was all that about... that was soooooooo strange?
my dear it was more than strange, i really hate the movie, it a total waste of time and money.
 

Beautiful_Soul

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my dear it was more than strange, i really hate the movie, it a total waste of time and money.
I thought the brother really did get her pregnant but then they made out like it was all fake and everything went back to normal... maybe they were going to take the incest route then decided at the last minute to do away with it without cutting the scenes showing the incest... shoddy work there
 

Wilhemina

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Ass on Fire, starring Nonso Diobi, Ini Edo and Chioma the title of the movie has noting to do with the movie, it the worst title of a movie i have ever heard, For God Sake whose ass was in fire? The storyline is a total crap.
 
Wilhemina, we seem to have the same movie taste. Ass on Fire was a total waste of money and time. It nearly killed my obsession for homvies. A recent one I watched called Occultic Wedding should be retitled Absolute Rubbish Pt 1, 2, & 3. Nonsense. To be honest, out of every 10 movies I watch, only about 1 is good. They are either quite mediocre or just pure crap. I think I watch them more out of nostalgia for home, than real entertainment.
 
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