NR ReviewGenre: Drama, Romance
-Story: [3 out of 5] I really really liked the story (I have nothing else to say, lest I give it away) -Originality: [2 out of 5] In as much as our darling tontolet (Tonto Dikeh) has done the incestual relationship movies a couple of times before, most of them were meaningless and just… [...]
-Story: [3 out of 5] I really really liked the story (I have nothing else to say, lest I give it away)
-Originality: [2 out of 5] In as much as our darling tontolet (Tonto Dikeh) has done the incestual relationship movies a couple of times before, most of them were meaningless and just… a waste of time. This one however, ‘could be said’ to have some morals or lessons or point. What am I saying? It’s not new but it’s a good spin on the old. Plus it’s interesting
-Predictability: [3 out of 5] The movie veers me off track so much with the storyline and love affair and jealousy that you do not see the underlying story. As a matter of fact, your mind doesn’t go to that as the reason behind the whole drama. One just thinks it’s one of those movies until the end. I liked it.
-Directing/Editing: [2 out of 5] There are a few questions that I’d like answers to before I dive into anything. First of all, why is psalm 23 always written across the side of Kingsley Idiemohz’s name? This is just out of curiosity and I would love to know the story behind it. Secondly why is it that after ChaCha was stabbed, there was no blood on the knife? Hmph… please don’t insult my intelligence cos I am looking. Now on a more serious note, I personally believe that the title of the movie is mixed up. I believe that the first two parts should have been called Troubled Heart and the third and fourth should have been called Two Hearts. Why? First of all because the title “Two Hearts” in the beginning gives the story away. Well not really, but it doesn’t encourage viewing. Naturally, I would have looked away from the movie as another one of those love stories. Troubled Heart has more to do with the first parts than it does the second parts. I also did see a boom mic in this movie through the mirror in Mercy’s room in the scene when her father came in to try and sleep with her.
-Acting Quality: [3 out of 5]I had no problem with the acting in this movie. Again, I was made to fall in love with Cha-Cha Eke all over again, damn that girl is pretty. I will always love Majid. That is a love that will never end (well… at least until he does something completely and totally unforgivable). On another note, in this movie, I was again met with the almost-a-hottie-yet-undeniably-sexy character, James Gardiner (on right). Some of you might remember Mr. Gardiner from the movie Wrong Number in which he acted alongside the likes of Ini Edo, Nadia Buari, and Ecow Smith Asante. Well, stunning Mr. Gardiner has definitely caught my attention (**wink** **wink**) and rest assured that I will be looking out for him from now on.
-Setting and Costume: [2 out of 5] It is unacceptable (unacceptable I tell you) for you to wear the wrong size of bra. You know yourself, please stop jiggling it in my face. Thank you.
-Video and Audio Quality [1 out of 5] I am not a bat, so naturally I can’t see in the dark. I realize Nollywood is trying with the lightning issue but we just aren’t there yet. And I will keep pushing (aka deducting points) for more movies where I can actually see the people clearly in the night scenes.
-Soundtrack [3 out of 5] Soundtrack is a solid 3. It has a good flair but also has a certain sense of razzness to it.