MR PRODUCER, PLEASE CROSSCHECK THE TITLE OF YOUR MOVIE!

MR PRODUCER, PLEASE CROSSCHECK THE TITLE OF YOUR MOVIE!

I don’t think I’ll ever totally understand Nigerians and their need to speak English in their movies… Really, it’s not by force.

I was just on my own o, generally getting ready for work but stopping at intervals to browse through the DSTV channels and the catch-up… It’s reflex! I suddenly stumbled on a Nigerian movie, waiting to be watched… I wasn’t planning to! But my attention was drawn to the title and I screamed out, “Oh, my goodness!” I beckoned on hubby to come help me review the title, he’s English is ‘sounder’ than mine, believe it… And he’s supposed to be the razz one (still baffles me). Anyway, he agreed with me concerning the title.

Please, peeps, the title read “Tears of Innocent”…and so I proceeded to read the info about the movie, maybe the story is about Innocent… Alas, Innocent’s name didn’t come up o! Please, what do you guys think should have been a the right title?!

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LAWYERS IN THE HOUSE, SEE YOUR COLLEAGUE!

LAWYERS IN THE HOUSE, SEE YOUR COLLEAGUE!

Nigerian home videos have never failed in entertaining me… never! 

I was just relaxing on my own when a scene in an Africa Magic movie caught my eyes and attention, or maybe the actress was the one that raised the dust!

I won’t lie, I think these girls that play some roles in the movie, are there just to ‘sell’ their ‘wares’ to the highest bidder!  Because, quite frankly I don’t understand these their fashion sense! …And she’s supposed to be a lawyer!

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This one scene showed an actress who claims to be a lawyer… and last time I checked, lawyers are as conservative as doctors in their dressing. So lawyers over to you, is this your ‘colleague’ appropriately dressed? Even with the blue hair!… Na wah!!!

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