-Story: [4 out of 5] It’s definitely an entertaining storyline… the concept (though stolen) is entertaining
-Originality: [1 out of 5] This movie was stolen from two different Bollywood movies: Race and Ghajini. The race is a bollywood movie that was released in 2008 [two years before the game]. Same storyline, 82% same movie except the dances and some scenes that were too expensive to be reproduced in Ghana
And the other half of the movie that was not stolen from “The Race” was stolen from the 2008 movie “Ghajini” starring Aamir Khan and Asin.
-Predictability: [2 out of 5] If you’ve seen the original Bollywood movies then… “Yes!” This movie is indeed extremely predictable
-Directing/Production: [2 out of 5] First of all it’s literally unacceptable to be stealing movies like this…. back to back to back… so tey you decide to just make a two-stolen-movies in one combo like this. The sex scenes? Were they necessary? I leave that to you to decide
-Acting quality: [3 out of 5] Majid Michel’s acting skill has never been a question. I was quite impressed with John Dumelo’s performance in this movie. I’d say… the role suited him perfectly. But no one’s role suited them more perfectly than Yvonne Nelson’s. She did the thing JUSTICE! Yvonne Okoro was beyond convincing but Johannes Maier needs to return to acting school abeg.
-Setting: [4 out of 5] on point
-Costume: [4 out of 5] Well done
-Props & Graphics: [3 out of 5] This was probably one of the first movies to use that whole Mission Impossible style (you know when they show someone in the movie and then they pause and then they get a box and put on their eyes or nose and then zoom in then they tell you the name of the person, their profession, age and the rest)
-Video Quality [3 out of 5] Generally good
-Audio Quality [2 out of 5]: A couple lapses here and there… nothing too outrageous
-Soundtrack [2 out of 5] the soundtrack is very catchy but i dont think that guy could sing very well
-Musical Score [3 out of 5] Not bad