Given all the losses Warner Bros. has been taking thanks to their DC movies, Barbie is a massive win for them.
Set in the epic times before the advent of civilization and Western education, Jagunjagun is a story of valour, heroism, villainy and love.
This movie was produced in 1997, but everything that happened then IS still happening now without much change.
The title is rather misleading as the storyline has little to do with either the stripper or the born-again. Instead, it should have been named Ashabi’s Revenge.
DC is great at making comics and animated movies, while the MCU has the upper hand in its cinematic aspects
If you haven’t seen this movie yet and enjoy great acting, mystery, historical drama, and/or Taylor Swift, then I recommend you go see this at the cinema closest to you.
If you’re going to ignore everything about the original movie/series, why not create new material and build a new fanbase? Proper, isn’t it?
Nevertheless, we know is that this sequel is a win for Nollywood. And when someone asks you if anything good has ever come out from Nollywood, beat your chest and point to this masterpiece!
The only this this movie has going for it is the cast. The makers of this movie assembled Nollywood’s finest but sadly, even Nollywood’s finest could not save this movie.
The story is very simple. Mama Agatha has 3 sons. She mandated them to bring home a potential love interest on or before Christmas day so that she is guaranteed of at least one grandchild. In return? The first person to bring in a wife material will inherit the house.
Reading is active while watching movies is passive. The act of turning pages creates a pause that enhances understanding.
The story is upsetting. Seeing and meeting different humans and knowing that only one person will get out alive is painful.