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Jealous Husband 1&2 / End of Jealous Husband 1&2

Written By Chisom A. on Saturday, September 17, 2011 | 1:31 PM

A Domchris Production starring:
Uche Jombo- Debbie
Van Vicker- Emeka
Abraham Nwodo-Frank
Chita Agwu- Tricia
Ruby Ojiakor-Oluchi
Uchenna Nnanna-Nancy
Story: Christian Ndulue
Producer: Christian Ndulue
Director: Obi Callys Obinalli

Summary: Debbie, Oluchi, and Nancy are runs girls on campus who normally run through a middle man by the name of johnnytoh. But after Debbie is informed of her father's sickness and the desperate need for money for the surgery, the girls decide to take matters into their own hands. They decide to meet their guys at a night club, and this is where Debbie meets Emeka. He pays for a night and she goes home with him to discover he is a caring loving man, but after the night is over, they part ways. Another night, they bump into each other again at the same night club, only for Emeka to get jealous and fight a man who was trying to get Debbie to spend a night with him. So what happens after this, do they fall in love with a happy ending, or does her past come back to hunt her? Watch to find out.

Breaking it down!
Uche Jombo:

Her acting was on point! She played her roles with ease, and was so believable. She played the runs girl, the loving daughter, and the endearing wife. We look forward to more of her movies. We have always been huge fans because she is real and versatile. For this We give her acting a 9 out of 10.

Van Vicker:

This role was not for him. Although his acting improved he still needs some lesson, especially in the showing of proper emotion. He did not convince us at all. He was supposed to play rage when he saw Debbie with another guy but his facial expression showed confusion. He needs to improve in other to be a respectable actor in the industry. For this we give him a 2 of 5 stars
Ruby Ojiakor:

Her conversations scenes with her friends were on point, very believable. However, when she was supposed to be seductive and coy, she miserably failed. She always looked like she was having an orgasm, and it was not a good sight. Other than that we were impressed and hope to see her more, but with challenging roles. For this we give her a 2.5 of 5 stars.
Uchenna Nnanna:

Her acting was so impressive. We looked forward to the scenes with her. She kept her accent real (100% Naija). She is what we need more of her in Nollywood. We definitely look forward to seeing her in more movies, even as the main character. For this we give her a 3 of 5 stars.
               Most Valuable Actor [ MVA] is Uche Jombo.  
* When the doctor was telling Debbie of the state of her father's illness, he kept smiling throughout his entire line. ( looked like 419 )
* The club scene was extra long. There were barely any guys in the club, the girls were just dancing on each other, and the camera man was having too much fun panning in and out of the ladies booty and boobs.
* How do you fall in love with a prostitute you only knew for two days without knowing her parents, background, family, or herself. HABA NAIJA!
 * How did Emeka know what hospital Debbie's father was admitted to or that he was even sick in the first place.
* Where did Emeka know where to find Debbie on campus or even which campus she went to?
* There was no way that Frank and Debbie could be joined private to private with Frank  laying on his back and Debbie that far from him. 
* The person who picked Van Vicker to be Emeka was drunk, because you have to pick roles to compliment the actors, but Van just fell flat acting as Emeka. Recommended actors for the role are Jim Iyke, Mike Ezuruonye, or Desmond Elliot.

Fashion/ Makeup:
* Everything was on point,Not too much eyeshadow or colors clashing.
* Uchenna Nnanna's dressing impressed me from the start of the movie to the end.
* Props to Esther Pretty Ambrose, the makeup artist, and to Chiemela Nwagboso. I hope to see them used more.

Visual/ Editing:
* The visual was amazing; it was clear and bright.
* The editing was great too. The music did not overshadow what the actors were saying. There were no accidental mistakes.
* The audio was clear, and loud.
* props to Bode Akintoye, the editor, for a job well done!

Random Comments:
*I love the interactions between the three friends, and the way they were rapping pidgin English. So believable!
*I love how their friendship remained strong to the end, rather than turning on each other & backstabbing each other like runs girls do in most naija movies.
*Van Vicker no fit dance oh! such an awkward scene.
*why did Emeka only call Debbie once, before rushing home & getting paranoid because she did not pick up her phone. Umm… A regular person would call up to 5 times first.
*I'm tired of people writing, directing, producing and executively producing their movies. just saying...
*If Uche Jombo was so resistant to the idea of going to the club to get guys, why was she acting like it was not her first time.
*In the club scene, why would van vicker just assume that she was a prostitute? What if she was there just to have fun?
*OMG. the girl in the club with the cigarette & the blonde highlight was dancing way too crazy on the floor & was way out of beat.
*Uche Jombo's eyebrows bothered the heck out of me. HABA!
*Why would you ask a woman where her hair was? just asking...
*Why did Van Vicker tell the babalawo that he does not know anything about spirituality
*LMAO at the scene between Van and the gateman. Too funny.
*van vicker's jealousy was too much; Nepa man comes to read the meter and van beats him up & accuses him of raping his wife, then when Uche Jombo comes out, he slaps her & says "once a prostitute always a prostitute". umm hello loverboy, why did u marry a prostitute in the first place? What is love without trust?

Was it just us, or.....
* Or in the scene with Oluchi in Frank's room, when she left his room, there was sweat all over her back and armpit?
* Or why do the wives of married cheating men always attack the prostitute instead of their own husband. It’s obvious that it's the husband who picked her up & even paid her.

*"I guess i won, i have a relationship"-Debbie to Emeka
*"4 heavy guys, 10 k, 1 girl, me Oluchi!"- Oluchi, to Nancy and Debbie
*"have you ever had an encounter with the gateman?"- Emeka. Question.., why would you ask your wife that kind of question?
*"I go change, why I no go change, in fact I don change"- Adamu, the gateman to emeka.
*"You be witch? They send you from village? why you they put sand sand for our garri?"- Nancy to Tricia
*"If it is the man, it is simple. The manhood must be cut off, then when the blood stops it will shrink and fall off. But if it is the woman ehh, she must be split in half before she can be pilled out of the man. That means she must die a painful death."- babalawo to Debbie and Frank. 
*"We are sitting here talking about how to raise money, and you are talking about feelings, what does she need them for!"- Oluchi to Nancy.

Would I recommend it?
The movie was great overall. Although some of the scenes were long and tiring, we enjoyed it very much. The actors did their jobs well, there was no sloppiness or over exaggerated acting. Unlike most Nigerian movies, the ending was neither predictable nor was it a bad ending. I would recommend this movie for everyone to watch.

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