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YMG Flop Alert Thread

Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIE REVIEWS' started by vince, Feb 24, 2004.

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  1. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    And here she was bragging about how she used 300 casts on the set in her interview with sunnewsonline.
     
  2. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    I did not see any of them,including Jim Iyke.OtelemuJimIyke lasan lasan! :eyes
     
  3. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    :D , u know i love u atimes for yr frequent sense of humour.
     
  4. mimiola

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    how come u guys didnt mention SONDOKO,abi u na never watch am ni,please note;;;;i declare a state of emergency on this movie;;;this one pass rubbish.
     
  5. mealone

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    :lol :lol:teu26:
     
  6. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    Nje Eti Gbo?

    This movie is absolutely ridiculous. The storyline from start to finish had nothing to do with the title at all. As always it stars the Balogun couple, baba wande, Rachel Oniga, Toyin Afolayan, Deji Adenuga etc. Pls try and avoid watching is all i can say about it man.:violent-s
     
  7. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    Simi,nje mo ti gbo ikilo re bayi?I am going to see it o!:happy024: :p
     
  8. Pretty Girl

    Pretty Girl Well-Known Member

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    huh, the title sef nah already no-go area for me.

    BTW, those peeps needs to be :ban: jare for awhile...looks like dem no wan take vacation from the screen, abi?...we might as well help them do it.
     
  9. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    :D
     
  10. keji56

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    ayanmo ife so stupid
     
  11. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    I concur.I have seen the homvie.
     
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    Ale Apon
    Pasito Deinde (Thought it was so boring that when I was offered Part 2, I turned it down immediately)
     
  13. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    Everything's always boring to u.
     
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    :happy024: I couldn't help laughing when I saw this. Im sorry, but I did find Pasito Dehinde and Ale Apon boring, I thought it dragged on too long.
    I don't find everything boring. I love
    Oga
    Madam Dearest
    Ako Pepeye
    Afojulofin (Parts 1 & 2)
    Ire
    Ile
    Kajola (Parts 1 & 2)
    Just to name a few.....
     
  15. msjollies

    msjollies Planner Extraodinaire

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    I beg there are lots of yoruba movies that are nothing to write home about and i dont know why most of the crappy ones have to have part 2 sometimes 3.
     
  16. leggy

    leggy change is constant

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    Otelemuye by Ayo Adesanya and her hubby,Goriola.dont bother goin near d movie even if they offered u for free.to worsen the whole tin,its got a part three.Jeeeeeezuzzzz.
     
  17. Simisola

    Simisola Well-Known Member

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    Honestly, pls, attention to YMG lovers......

    ...pls i beg u in the name of of Ogun, i plead u to stay clear away from a film called Uncle Femi. It's the most dumbest, stupidest, konkoflopshious, irritating, iranu film i've ever seen in my life. Myself, my mum & her friend watched..ish and as soon as it started watching it, three of us fell asleep straight on until d end. It was as if someone sprayed sleeping gas in the air or something. I tell una, if one was suffering from insomnia, dis film would cure straight away.

    And to make matters worse it starred Yomi Solade, (who is one of the few i admire most in d business, now i'm not too sure anymore), Laide Bakare, Ebun Oloyede. Yomi was just doing like Omo penu's husband in dat film.:devil :sterb003:

    Good riddance to ol' nonsense.
     
  18. damselangel

    damselangel sultry lady

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    I just saw this stupid and useless film Mewa nsele,was a waste of time anyway.
     
  19. dammy

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    Agbara ife: You lot should not be deceived by the back cover,its absolute rubbish.I cant believe that i wasted 100 minutes of my life watching it

    Dugbe dugbe mbo: Just one word BORING
     
  20. queen2

    queen2 #lightup Nigeria

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    SET APART
    Dem dey deceive pesin wiv da front cover with stella
    anyways it starred Van Vicker, Nadia buari and Jackie appiah, u'know the usual Ghanian actors.
     
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