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Mrs. Somebody

Written By NollywoodRave on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 | 5:55 PM

Royal Arts Academy Production presents:

After a motivational speech from her pastor Kaira, a woman of marriageable age, is desperate to get married that she goes ahead and buys herself a wedding gown, in anticipation that her boyfriend will propose to her.
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama
Directed By: Desmond Elliot & Tom Robson
Written By: (didn't catch it, but please let me know if you do).  Uduak Oguamanam, Rita Onwurah and Kehinde Joseph.



Yemi Blaq

Bobby Obodo

The cast also includes upcoming star Belinda Efa as Ada, Barbara Soky as Mama, and Kenneth Okolie as Dago.

Uche Jombo nor dey fall hand. At all. At all. I loved every bit of it. Not a moment was i bored. It was one of those movies, that you don't have to think too. Not extraordinary like Sinking Sands or too disastrous as Speechless. Just the perfect movie for a cold day with friends and some junk food. Not only is this movie amazing, i met my amazing bobo, Bobby Obodo (fasheee D'banj and Psquare). Na bobby be my Numba 1. *clears throat* Anyways on to the review.

Breaking it Down:
Uche Jombo:
Uche's talent is just progressing as nollywood grows and i am loving every bit of it. After hearing so many praises for her on twitter. I just had to check it out for myself. And i must say, Kudos to her. She was spectacular. I give her 4 of 5 stars.
Yemi Blaq:
 Yemi was just there in the movie. The yelling, screaming, angry man he always is. I give him a 2.3 of 5 stars.
Bobby Obodo:
*sigh* Okay, when i first met him (in the movie, of course) My exact thoughts were "Hian! Who brought this guy?" Because he had the ugly Americana accent thing going on. But as the movie progresses, the accent faded, and the real actor in him was developing. I found myself waiting for his scene, he seemed so natural. I liked it. I give him 3 of 5 stars.

The Audio kept fading in and out. This is one common problem i notice in RAA movies.
I found it a bit blurry in some scene, and felt it could have been a whole lot better.
Kudos to the casting director! Whoop!

I laughed and laughed and laughed. Uche's spiritual episodes over marriage was just too much. I literally cried from too much laughing. Best movie to uplift the soul
The drama involves some cheating, and i would say the climax of the whole film. It connects the movie, so don't freak out yet over the different characters.
Awww is what you would say. Bobby and Uche had one of the best on screen romance, that even i was convinced. The way they clicked, and gradually progressed into a relationship was realistic.

Memorable Quotes:
"Spirit of singleness i command you to die *flogs*. Spirit of loneliness i command you die. Eh Eh Spirit of late marriage. I command you, die. Die, Die, Die."
Memorable Scene:
When Uche and Bobby were dancing in the living room scene. I fell in love with bobby. See the man go. It put a smile on these cheeks. Highlight of the movie.

Would i recommend it?
Of course! It was  a dramatic, comedic- romance. Amazing for a lazy day. And to top it all off. The Ending Was Just Perfect.

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  1. It was written by Uduak Oguamanam, Rita Onwurah & Kehinde Joseph. They're all on twitter if you want to confirm though.

  2. This movie is wow!But i will rather give 5 of 5 stars to both Uche Jombo and Bobby Obodo.And the production team too really good job.This movie is like wow!good scenario,good acting,good message passed through for the most part.I definately recommend.


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