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Yoruba Movies sucks or not?

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Oyinkan

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What do y'all think about the yoruba movies they dey make nowadays. I used to be a great fan of yoruba movies for years, but for a couple of months now I have turned my back on them, out of about 20 of their best movies, i bet you that you would hardly find more than five that you would like or that would make sence, they just keep on making movies non-stop, all of dem wan make movies. So what is the purpose of making movies that won't make sence. Now I don retire from watching yoruba movies, na English ones I now turn to, I hope they all go get better and that they no go disappoint us. What happened to Mainframe, only movies from mainframe are the nigerian movies I can trust to be good, have they made any (good)movies recently?
 

gogetter

Liya kebede...gorgeous
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mainframe is one of the best production companies in naija in my opinion. not all yoruba movies suks. we have movies review here. u can check to see which one the majoity thot was good. that should help.
 

lola_americana

i'M bRinGinG sExYBacK!!!!
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Oyinkan said:
What do y'all think about the yoruba movies they dey make nowadays. I used to be a great fan of yoruba movies for years, but for a couple of months now I have turned my back on them, out of about 20 of their best movies, i bet you that you would hardly find more than five that you would like or that would make sence, they just keep on making movies non-stop, all of dem wan make movies. So what is the purpose of making movies that won't make sence. Now I don retire from watching yoruba movies, na English ones I now turn to, I hope they all go get better and that they no go disappoint us. What happened to Mainframe, only movies from mainframe are the nigerian movies I can trust to be good, have they made any (good)movies recently?
abeg ko ya pada losi yoruba films ni o there are good ones but just look at the ads for the movies first cos that's what i do and funny enough it's the other way around i am starting to hate english movies go and see aye jobele or kadara mi or eru iku i can assure you that those ones na good movies
 

Omo-Oko

Active Member
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% suckination of Yoruba films=%suckination of English films. They are the same in terms of crap. So, I don't see why you will turn from one to the other.
 

vince

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Omo-Oko[B said:
]% suckination of Yoruba films=%suckination of English films.[/B] They are the same in terms of crap. So, I don't see why you will turn from one to the other.
"Suckination percentage",lol!That's a good one,omo-bush! :)
 

toyin

Active Member
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And you get 100% for your deductions omo bush :D


Omo-Oko said:
% suckination of Yoruba films=%suckination of English films. They are the same in terms of crap. So, I don't see why you will turn from one to the other.
 

Oyinkan

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mo ti gbo

lola_americana said:
abeg ko ya pada losi yoruba films ni o there are good ones but just look at the ads for the movies first cos that's what i do and funny enough it's the other way around i am starting to hate english movies go and see aye jobele or kadara mi or eru iku i can assure you that those ones na good movies

Oh Lola, mo ti gbo ma. the problem is just that i can not stand many of them, almost 80% of the yoruba movies they make now. I've seen aye jobele, it was alright, the ones i would like to see now are kadara mi, eru iku and oga. Can someone tell briefly what it was about and rate those movies?
Ori and Abe Sekele are the only good yoruba movies i have seen in a while now.
 
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