Arrange some scenes that do not necessarily have to make sense or flow. A block buster comedy from Toyin Aimakhu. Liz Benson and Patrick Doyle are cast as parents of baby Idahosa but their roles seem to have slashed beyond recognition, leaving a single early scene that does nothing for the film. Alakada Reloaded irokotv Storyline: A young girl from a poor family background engages in the act of making up stories and lying about her financial and social status in order to fit in with the crowd. Plenty cameo appearances from questionable stars always help. Yetunde Animashaun has inferiority complex issues.
It does neither Ms Dominic nor Femi Jacobs any service at all. The laziness of the whole process? But the team behind Deep Fever obviously do not know enough to boil water. Only films that scored a cinema release were considered for this list. Throw in a few good jokes, lots of bad ones. The first culprit is the narrator, an unseen- thank goodness! It is a messy outing that has to be seen to be appreciated. The overstretched end alone discredits everything that has come before and even Rita Dominic falls flat on her face trying too hard to extend an uninspiring farce.
Nothing wrong about this but Lost in London has nothing intelligent to comment upon or no new body of knowledge to add to the discourse. The primary disappointment with Idahosa Trails may be that it ultimately fails to inspire any sort of emotion whatsoever, beyond basic blandness. He has a humorous personality which endears him to his customers. She wants to roll with the big shots on campus and she feels the only way to keep up with them is to fake her personality. The unforgivably bad acting by everyone involved, but especially the Caucasian actors? She's from a very poor family background and she's not proud of her status. Starring: Toyin Aimakhu, Kehinde Bankole, Woli Arole, Helen Paul, Lilian Esoro, Annie Idibia, Bidemi Kosoko.
To see Celebrity Marriage to its noisy, clattering, jumbled conclusion is to demonstrate almost superhuman levels of patience. Create a clichéd, instantly lovable, low brow character with endearing flaws, one that wears their ethnic bias proudly but can cross cultures to appeal to every kind of audience. Ms Ekeinde puts a lot into it and Alter Ego is indeed better, and more watchable because of her, but even she cannot cover the supersize deficiencies with story and characterization. It feels like a terrible scam asking people to leave their homes, volunteer their time and money to come and watch such… unseriousness. To make matters worse, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and Okey Uzoeshi fail to sell their romance and watching both of them emote in the absence of any form of chemistry has to rank down there as one of the most unconvincing movie moments of the year. The screenplay is dialogue heavy and constantly ventures into ludicrous territory, both with the campy dialogue and with the unbelievable plot turns.
This discovery turns his life around. The desperate lack of laughs? The producers had a limited budget available to them and it shows clearly on screen as the space is micromanaged such that the film which is set mostly in interiors and in a couple of public spaces begins to feel claustrophobic. . If lies were to be a competition, Yetunde Animashaun will have a shelf full of trophies. The premise is fair enough but the execution leaves a lot to be desired.
Download Alakada Reloaded mp4 Download Alakada Reloaded. Gbadebo is a vendor who looks at low positions with disdain and has high hopes of making something out of his life. She can lie for Africa! He goes through different ups and downs in life, until he is led to cross paths with an attractive benefactor and finally hits a jackpot when he meets his wealthy biological father. . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .