Think of Love and Crime as a medley of some of some pretty decent movies, combined with a couple comic scenes and a handful of actual actors brought together to give you, what has become the definition of a Frank Rajah film, a really colorful theft of a movie.
The fact that we're attempting to make some version of "Passion of the Christ".... is ambitious but also interesting. I think it's a step in the right direction as per making 'different' movies but then again... ehm... one step at a time (step by step; no [...]
-Story: [3 out of 5] Usually, when I see a movie like this (i.e directed, produced, written by and acted in by the same person) warning bells begin to ring in my head because I just don’t see how one person can do EVERYTHING! I don’t believe [...]
When the movie started, I was thinking it was a lot like the movie 'I Belong' starring Omotola Jolade-Ekehinde (from years back) with the whole desperate attempt to be what you are not. And then as the movie progressed and Prince David's character met [...]
The basis of the storyline itself is quite good. Under good hands this could have turned out to be quite an immaculate movie. But when you give movies to Kensteve Anuka (dot dot dot) (don't know what I'm saying? Just do a quick search on Kensteve Anuka on [...]
I started watching this movie and felt, "wait a minute, didn't we already have a Nigerian version of this?" So after a couple minutes of cracking my head, I realize the movie I have in mind: "Last Weekend (Who Killed Pa Reuben?)".
It's a Pascal Amanfo movie. It is second nature for me to doubt the authenticity of any Pascal Amanfo and Frank Rajah film so it should come as no surprise that I do not think this movie is original. I think it is somewhat of a mix of the 1996 American [...]
-Story: [4 out of 5] To be honest, I only watched this movie because of Adjetey Anang. I needed a movie to watch and this movie had two thing sticking out for it: 1) It did not cast Artus Frank 2) Adjetey Anang was in it. You have to agree with me that [...]