Controversial social media commentator, Daniel Regha, has shared his two cents on the trending movie in cinemas, ‘A Tribe Called Judah,’ produced by award-winning actress Funke Akindele.
Taking to the microblogging platform X (formerly Twitter), Daniel rated the movie below average and suggested that it’s not worth the hype and praise it has been receiving.
Since the movie’s release last month, it has grossed over N1 billion at the Box Office, indicating its acceptance by viewers worldwide.
However, Daniel does not seem impressed by the movie and holds a different opinion about it. He rated the movie a 4/10, stating that the film’s tricks were not realistic, and the ending was poorly acted.
He also claimed that there were several unnecessary scenes in the blockbuster movie, intended to make it longer. He further asserted that Timini Egbuson, Etinosa Idemudia, and Uzor Arukwe failed in the execution of their roles.
“A Tribe Called Judah” is a 4/10 movie. Though a comedy genre, the film tricks aren’t realistic enough & the movie lacks comedy satire; Not to mention its p¤¤r ending. Furthermore, many scenes plus conversations were n¤t necessary cos they added n¤ value & made the movie long, an example is Ejiro’s begging scene in the first 20mins into the movie. The robbery/heist scene was p¤¤rly acted too. In addition, some actors d!dn’t nail their roles like Timini, Etinosa & Arukwe. However, Uzee Usman, Greg Ojefua, Tobi Makinde as well as Nse Etim, literally brought the movie to life. That said, the movie sheds light on a pressing issue (money laundering) which is commendable. No offense.”