I have been impressed so far with the outcome of Ghanaian movie Producers. I am a critic and for those who know me will attest to that but recently the Ghanaian movie industry has gone upwards and I am sure that it will keep elevating, thus, thanks to the new mentality that is breeding thus far. The mentality of investors pumping coming on board is doing the trick sweet.
Recently I was at the Silverbird Cinemas somewhere in Accra for a Press Launch of a movie and after that certain doubts were erased and I will like to ask all Tom, Dick & Harry to get the movie BE MY GUEST and see the worth of effective and efficient spending and above all team work.
The movie which is the maiden baby from the stables of Wide Angle Entertainment Production is a spellbinding drama set to take the viewers on an unthinkable twist that could leave you wishing to see it again.
Though the movie comes as a debut for former Nigeria’s Most Beautiful, Omotu Bissong, but certainly it brings the wits and experience of Ghana’s duo of Nadia Buari and Chris Attoh.
One outstanding feature of the movie is that it brought into play veteran skills and showbiz iconic intuitions appearing to add toast to the whole beauty, so the involvement of Timothy Bentum, Fred Amugi, Zapp Mallet, Louis McCarthy, David Bangura, Eddie Blay Jnr., and Ben Brako, did add value to the whole sight.
Written by the screenwriter of the popular and critically acclaimed award-winning hit TV series, Things We Do For All, Eddie Seddoh Jnr. Directed by Selassie Tetteh, the movie will keep you the viewers spell-bound from the beginning to the end. For me, it is the perfect movie for this time of the year which is a season were promises will be flying from right to left, back to front and centre, all join jooor… but brothers and sisters make una look ground well well so that your bobo or sisi-eko no carry the trick him or her see for inside the movie. Make e no go be like Kalifah & the chase.
As Valentine mood gets hotter and closer, why not anticipate yours be the first to see it on the 10th of February on a Friday at the National Theatre between 6pm & 9pm.
Grab your tickets for only Ghc 20 from Silverbird Cinema, Koala Super market and Frankies in Osu, Accra; if you are in Tema, grab your ticket at Community 11 Shell Station and Southern Fried Chicken; Airport Shell, Legon Botanical Gardens or simple call the ticket hotline on 0571111111 for reservations and delivery.
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