10 things you should never say to a true Nollywood fan

While you're entitled to dislike or loathe the film industry, here are 10 things you should never tell a die-hard and dedicated Nollywood fan.

 

Despite all the love and adoration that movie lovers shower on Nollywood, the industry has got its own fair of critics too.

While you're entitled to dislike or loathe the film industry, here are 10 things you should never tell a die-hard and dedicated Nollywood fan.

1. Most Nollywood love stories are embarrassing, sappy and awkward.

2. I can't stand Nollywood Royalty movies, which king or kingdom dresses like this?

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3. Most Nollywood stories aren't original. They are either copies of Hollywood, or Bollywood.

4. Genevieve Nnaji is overrated.

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5. OC Ukeje is just okay. I don't even know what his appeal is.

6. Yoruba actors and movies are too dramatic for anyone's peace of mind.

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7. Cinema movies are better than 'Asaba' movies.

8. Mr Ibu and Bishop imoh aren't funny, why do people watch them?

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9. I have seen only "Living in Bondage," and "Glamour Girls." I haven’t watched a Nollywood movie since the ’90s.”

10. Nollywood movies are for people with free time. I'm too busy for that.

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