Jackie Appiah, Prince David Osei, Amanda Ebeye, Frederick Leonard, Florence Otih, Ken Odurukwe, Sam Sunny, Christabel Ekeh
Anita, a mother of two, abandoned by her children's father, without an education, without a job and a handicapped father who is shamed daily by his daughter's predicament. She attempts to make her life better. She finds a new lover, but as soon as they find out she has two children they all flee. Eventually, she decides to keep a secret in other to keep her happiness. The father of her children return and offers to take them from her hands. Now she is married to the man of her dreams and she still keeps the secret. The problem is that she is not the only one who knows the secret. Now she must strive to control what her husbands ears. No one must come close enough to reveal her secret. How long will she be able to hide? More than a secret
The sequel to Hundred Percent Secret is called "More than a secret". The movie has four parts namely: 100% Secret Part 1 and Part 2 then More than a Secret Part 1 and Part 2.
Ubong Bassey Nya
Husband to Wife "...You know it's been 6 years. But my heart still palpitates every time I think about you."
-Story: [3 out of 5] I know some people might consider it a ‘not-so-entertaining’ story, but for some reason I was entertained by the movie from start to finish. Honestly, after seeing Prince David on the cast line up, I didn’t think I’d be able to sit past part one of this movie. But I was shocked! That it actually had a storyline… I was shocked. That there was actual character development… I was shocked. That it was actually entertaining? I. Was. Shocked
-Originality: [2 out of 5] I love the story… it’s not exactly remarkably fresh but it’s still a breath of fresh air. Not just in that it actually has a storyline but in that the storyline is different… for it’s time?
-Predictability: [3 out of 5] Ah! The end though… well played
-Directing/Editing: [2 out of 5] For once, this my “no movie with up to four parts can get a score higher than 3 on directing” doesn’t settle well with me. But still the fact remains that no one wants to sit through 4 hours of a movie… no one! No One! NO ONE.
-Acting quality: [2 out of 5] Jackie Appiah… our headlining act was amazing. I really want to be able to go through every actor for this one so hopefully it won’t be too long. Prince David is literally incapable of expressing emotions facially. Amanda Ebeye, I’m glad to see that she’s finally (slowly but surely) breaking out of the ashawo role. All of that bitchiness is gradually reducing… she’s still decked in the usual ashi manner though. Frederick Leonard (on right)!!!! I said Frederick! Leonard…. hold on hold on, I don’t think you heard me right… let me repeat it again and again so that you acquaint yourself with the name… asi’m gi… Frederick nke Leonard. Eheh! Now that I am sure that at least when next you see his name you will be able to recognize it, I will proceed. Dayum… not only is this guy… fine! (I mean… hawt), tall…. and… sorry… let me start again, not only is this guy tall dark and handsome and … hella well spoken… he can also act! The guy acts the living daylight out of the film. Amazing! Amazing!! Amazing!!! The first time I saw him on screen was alongside Oge Okoye in “Miss Queen“, I just hope… well… God go make you bigger jare. Up next, Christabel Ekeh (on left). I don’t know where she came from? How she came from there? When she even came to where she came but baby… the girl can act… amazing talents in our industry but… hidden! Relegated to the background whilst incapacitated folks (I almost typed fools lol) headline our movies. Everybody else either needed acting school or was just bleh
-Setting: [3 out of 5] On point
-Costume/Make-Up: [3 out of 5] Good
-Props and Graphics: [2 out of 5] On Point except for all the misuse of slow motion
-Video Quality: [2 out of 5] The video quality is inconsistent between crisp color and horrible horrible horrible.
-Audio Quality [3 out of 5] Good
-Soundtrack: [0 out of 5] An array of stolen songs
-Musical Score: [3 out of 5] Ok