The actress took to her Instagram page to share a quote on why there are bad films.
"Not every movie should be in the cinema" - actress says
Rita Dominic also advises that the quality of Nollywood films released should match the hype.
Sh e also said that not all Nollywood movies should be in cinemas, advising filmmakers to ensure that the quality of their work matches the hype they create for it.
Dominic isn't the first filmmaker to talk about the quality of films in the cinemas.
Earlier this year, Nigerian filmmaker and critic Charles Novia criticized the state of cinema in 2017, saying that the artistic quality and dramatic value of movies were horrible.
Novia took to social media to reflect on how and why Nollywood has failed to produce a hit in the past three years.
In 2017, veteran filmmaker Ego Boyo called out Nollywood for the quality of films being produced.
In series of tweets, Boyo implied that some Nigerian filmmakers focus more on technology than quality storytelling.
Rita Dominic, who is popular for films such as "76," "The Meeting," and "Fugitive," will be seen next in the upcoming movie, "The Bound" and "Light in te Dark."
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