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Everyone In The Movie Seemed To Have Come To The Table With Their F-Games : Anoke Adaeze | CHIEF DADDY MOVIE REVIEW

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When Chief Beecroft died, the crying looked painfully rehearsed. Of course, it was rehearsed, but it wasn’t supposed to be painfully obvious.

Everyone in the movie seemed to have come to the table with their F-games.
First off, the movie ran dangerously low on emotions of any sort and what is anything of worth in the world without emotions.

The vibes exuded by most of the main cast lacked zest.
Everything seemed mechanical and hackneyed.

Rachael Oniga (Ajoke) tried though… Scratch that. The waterworks which was lacking in moisture turned out to be poorly-schooled theatrics.

It seemed as though nobody truly cared about the deceased billionaire. He had barely been certified dead before the hovering buzzards swooped in to pick his remains.

Errr…Kemi (Joke Silva) seemed to care.
And boy, whatever Ini Edo did to her body, I want.
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The directing of the movie was fundamentally wrong. Emotions were translated wrongly.
The director did a thoroughly crappy job.

So, Justina (Linda Ejiofor) hears of the Chief’s demise and goes straight from thinking ‘gone’ meant he’d gone on a vacation to talking about his will…how…just how?

It was a crazy and somewhat unrealistic way to react over the news of the death of a man who allegedly adopted her and spoiled her with the fine things of life.

Even if the director meant to portray the chief’s family and friends as buzzards, the delivery was still below the bar.

I winced whenever Falz said ‘basically’. It was the first time I thought of Falz as unimpressive. His scenes grated on my nerves. To say the very least.

The interpretation of emotions and synergy between the actors were poor.
They were all like strange bedfellows. Unfit puzzle pieces.

It’s no wonder the entire delivery was a little less serious than elementary school drama.

Chigul has some comedy talents that will be appreciated if she strips off some of the padded layers of mediocrity.

Bisola Aiyeola is an excellent…excellent actor. Her reaction when she was woken rudely by her ‘madam’ was everything. It was original.

In my opinion, she is currently about the most original actor in Nollywood.

The MC at the funeral ceremony is a perfect representation of everything Nigerian MCs are.

You pay them to keep your guests entertained and instead of being creative enough to come up with entertainment befitting of the occasion and guests, they insult guests and in some cases, their clients.
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The wrap-up like the other parts of the film was not realistic.
I sincerely hope the producer resists the urge to do an encore.
Phew!

When Chief Beecroft died, the crying looked painfully rehearsed. Of course, it was rehearsed, but it wasn’t supposed to be painfully obvious.

Everyone in the movie seemed to have come to the table with their F-games.

First off, the movie ran dangerously low on emotions of any sort and what is anything of worth in the world without emotions.

The vibes exuded by most of the main cast lacked zest.
Everything seemed mechanical and hackneyed.

Rachael Oniga (Ajoke) tried though… Scratch that. The waterworks which was lacking in moisture turned out to be poorly-schooled theatrics.

It seemed as though nobody truly cared about the deceased billionaire. He had barely been certified dead before the hovering buzzards swooped in to pick his remains.
Errr…Kemi (Joke Silva) seemed to care.

And boy, whatever Ini Edo did to her body, I want.
.
The directing of the movie was fundamentally wrong. Emotions were translated wrongly.
The director did a thoroughly crappy job.
So, Justina (Linda Ejiofor) hears of the Chief’s demise and goes straight from thinking ‘gone’ meant he’d gone on a vacation to talking about his will…how…just how?

It was a crazy and somewhat unrealistic way to react over the news of the death of a man who allegedly adopted her and spoiled her with the fine things of life.
Even if the director meant to portray the chief’s family and friends as buzzards, the delivery was still below the bar.
I winced whenever Falz said ‘basically’. It was the first time I thought of Falz as unimpressive. His scenes grated on my nerves. To say the very least.

The interpretation of emotions and synergy between the actors were poor.
They were all like strange bedfellows. Unfit puzzle pieces.

It’s no wonder the entire delivery was a little less serious than elementary school drama.

Chigul has some comedy talents that will be appreciated if she strips off some of the padded layers of mediocrity.
Bisola Aiyeola is an excellent…excellent actor. Her reaction when she was woken rudely by her ‘madam’ was everything. It was original.

In my opinion, she is currently about the most original actor in Nollywood.

The MC at the funeral ceremony is a perfect representation of everything Nigerian MCs are.
You pay them to keep your guests entertained and instead of being creative enough to come up with entertainment befitting of the occasion and guests, they insult guests and in some cases, their clients.
.
The wrap-up like the other parts of the film was not realistic.
I sincerely hope the producer resists the urge to do an encore.
Phew!

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Davido Exposed After Lying About Acquiring A House On Banana Island

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Nigerian superstar Davido has days after revealing that he has acquired a house on Banana island worth N800million has been hit hard from sources.

In a post sighted on social media, it emerged that the house was bought by Davido but it was handed over to his crew members so they could have their privacy.

The post also revealed that the 5 bedroom house belonged to Davido’s father but Davido thought it wise to get it for his DMW crew members.

The source also explained that one of Davido crew member identified as Aloma was handed with the keys to the house but looks like some of the crew members are not pleased.

The post reads: “??? So them sey David bought a 5 bed house from his dad for the boys for some privacy at his his new Banana Island home. And since Aloma is kinda chief of staff for and David’s e**** boys. He was given the master bedroom and made in charge and now Aloma is acting like landlord all over social media This is what is vexing the dmw boys so they came to gist mama cutie. Chai! Men can gist sha. ???. But I’m still rooting for Aloma sha!

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Blow My Mind Song Is About My Life : D’Praise

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The Ghanaian Gospel industry is the verge of experiencing a new star.

In an exclusive interview on Zylofon FM with DJ Paloma this morning, D’Praise tagged himself as the next Joe Mettle after he was asked about his life experience as a gospel artist.

Talking about his latest song “Blow My Mind”, he revealed the song is about his life experience.

“From the things I have been through, the hard times, been unemployed to getting a job, leaving my own group, and more, I put up this song to encourage people that one day, God will surely come through for them”; he said.

Enjoy his new music video for “Blow My Mind” below.

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I’m The Next Joe Mettle : D’Praise

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Ghanaian gospel artist D’Praise has boldly tagged himself as the Joe Mettle.

In an exclusive interview on Zylofon FM with DJ Paloma, the “Blow My Mind” corner spoke about him going solo after leaving his popular group The Preachers.

“Joe Mettle was once part of Soul Winners but then he left and now solo. I feel we both have similar stories although there has been some up and down”; he said.

D’Praise recently released a new video for his sensational song “Blow My Mind”.

Watch it below.

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