That moment when a movie cover with all your favourite stars, #WCW# and #MCM# turns into one of the most confusing and boring movie you have ever seen.
Nollywood movies that would leave you confused
Ever seen a movie and the end leaves you wondering what you spent 120 minutes doing? Check out 4 Nollywood movies that would leave you confused and a little bit angry at yourself and your favourite stars.
Sometimes a good plot is ruined by terrible acting. Sometimes the terrible plot is forgiven because of the talented cast.
But then, there are cases where you see a movie, and you can't believe you spent long hours starring at your screen.
The movies leave you confused, and no, not the Interstellar or the October 1 kind of confused, it's the "what was that again" kind of confused.
Check out four Nollywood movies that could have such effect on you.
Most movie lovers feel in love with Rukky Sanda after her 'Keeping My Man' production, but somehow the actress failed to keep up with her movie 'Golddigging'.
Staring all your favourite actors, from Yvonne Nelson to Alex Ekubo, IK Ogbonna and Rukky Sanda, the movie would leave you confused and asking "what was that again?".
Alex Ekubo's great sense of humour couldn't save the movie.
The movie which is Lisa Omorodion's debut movie as a producer, came along with the perfect and relatable storyline, but somehow, the movie failed to deliver.
Starring some of your Nollywood favourite actors like Joseph Benjamin, Monalisa Chinda, Lisa Omorodion and Bobby Obodo, the movie would leave you with mixed feelings.
Why are there so many movies focusing on 'runs girls'? Anyway, 'Blackberry Babes' is one of those movies with a plot that has been told over and over again, and sadly, are still being told from same angle.
Let's just say John Dumelo's handsome face couldn't save this movie. Starring Rukky Sanda, John Dumelo, IK Ogbonna and Venita Akpofure , the movie would leave you struggling to watch it to the end.
The movie in its entirety would leave you confused.
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