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MOVIE REVIEW- MY DAUGHTER IS MISSING



TITLE OF MOVIE: MY DAUGHTER IS MISSING REVIEW
From the title of the movie ‘My daughter is missing’, it would be quite easy to decipher the plot of the film, even if you do not know how it would end. The movie like the ‘title’ is about the daughter and friend of a one-time hacker that were kidnapped in a popular club known for human trafficking. The film made use of few characters and new faces as well who played their roles well. I love the synergy between Sara and her daughter- Karissa, it would definitely make one long for a closeness with his or her mum or child.
The film was quite interesting and I believe after watching it, people especially ladies would be careful when selecting where to club and if they eventually get to club, they would know that they are not to accept any opened drink from anyone because there is a probability that it must have been drugged.
I feel there could have been a better title than what the director settled for. There are some obvious hitches in the movie and I am wondering if the entire crew are new in movie production. Also, from the direction of the movie, it seemed to me that Dragan kidnapped girls every night in the club. So does this mean that all the girls and guys in the club have never noticed girls getting drowsy in Dragan’s hands and then him taking them into the vehicle, or perhaps they are all involved in the shady deeds? So, if they are all shady, how does he now get new people to kidnap? Okay may be through online dating and then he tells the victim to meet him in Haven club. To make matters worse is even where Dragan throws their items; in the bin outside the club where it is pretty obvious for the authorities to know that something fishy is going on in the club. And, really, anytime he looks at the security footage after committing a crime, I wonder why he does that.
Costume wise: Just costume
Sound wise: Superb
Just thinking:
How did Alek get Dragan’s phone, I mean, I was surprised when he brought out Dragan’s phone and handed it to Sara. How now?
Now, like I mentioned earlier, I didn’t really like the way the film ended. I mean, why should a film like that be ended without letting the viewers’ know what happened to the Haven club, the club owners and the staff in the club. There should have been a scene that showed that they were arrested and the club was locked down. To me, I think it was only Stefan that was arrested, when they have enough evidence against the club and its owner. At least, if that scene was shot, club owners would get to know what they would face anytime they get involved in such act. The way the film ended, they made it seem like the club owners were free of crime.
I keep wondering what Alek was doing in the station where he was fired. He was there to see no one in particular but just moping around; in an office where he was fired.
It’s quite unrealistic that one guy who is always in the same outfit keeps kidnapping girls every night in the same club and no one is suspicious of his moves in the club.
I kept wondering why Dragan always looked at the camera after committing a crime
Where Dragan threw the bags of the ladies he kidnapped was unrealistic
Confusing scenes: Nil
Thumbs up:
Overall rating for My daughter is missing
• STRUCTURE: Good Beginning, Good Middle, Fair Ending (Could be better)
• SOUND: Good
• DIALOGUE: Good
• CHARACTERS: So many new faces
• SCREEN PLAY: Fair
• SHOTS: Bright shots
• LOCATION: Good
• REMARK: Despite few discrepancies, it is one film people certainly need to watch.
• RATE: 7/10

SYNOPSIS TO THE MOVIE- ‘MY DAUGHTER IS MISSING’



MARVISTA ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS
A HEADLONG ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
DARO FILM DISTRIBUTION
MY DAUGHTER IS MISSING
CAST
MIRANDE RAISON- ACTED AS SARA
EMMETT J SCANLAN- ACTED AS ALEK
SOPHIE ROBERTSON- ACTED AS KARISSA
JOVANA STOJILJKOVIC- ACTED AS LAURA
VAHIDIN PRELIC- ACTED AS STEFAN
MIODRAG RADONJIC- ACTED AS DRAGAN
MILAN CUCILOVIC- ACTED AS YURI
FEDOR DJORDJEVIC- ACTED AS EMIL
IVONA KUSTODIC-ACTED AS OFFICER KOZARSKI
MILENA CUCILOVIC- ACTED AS MIRA
DURATION: 1 HOUR 23 MINUTES (83 MINUTES)
YEAR- 2017
WRITTEN BY- JENNY PAUL
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS- RICK BENATTAR
MILOS DJUKELIC
MICHAEL MORAN
FERNANDO SZEW

PRODUCED BY- KAILA YORK p.g.a
DIRECTED BY- TAMAR HALPERN

SYNOPSIS TO MY DAUGHTER IS MISSING
A one-time middle-aged legal female computer hacker- Sara (MIRANDA RAISON) loses almost everything after teaching her husband computer hacking skills who then uses it to do illegal acts such as hacking into people’s bank accounts and stealing from them. The authorities get hold of him, and as a way to pay for all he did steal, they lose their house and other valuables. Sara separates from her husband raising their only child, Karissa (SOPHIE ROBERTSON) alone. Sara soon becomes a security consultant for organisations. One day, Sara hooks up with her daughter- Karissa and roommate Laura (JOVANA STOJILJKOVIC) While Sara is on a date with detective Stefan (VAHIDIN PRELIC), whom she met after giving a speech at a computer security conference, her daughter and roommate- Laure are kidnapped in Haven club by Dragan (MIODRAG RADONJIC), a dangerous guy who drugs girls in the club, and kidnaps them for sex slaves to rich men. Will Sara find her daughter back? Find out in the plot.

PLOT
Some guys and ladies are dancing and having fun in Haven club. One of the guys- Dragan (MIODRAG RADONJIC) sights his lady friend and hooks up with her. Dragan excuses himself to get a drink for her, but drugs it. The lady after taking the drink starts feeling drowsy and he immediately he throws her into a vehicle
Karissa (SOPHIE ROBERTSON) and Laura (JOVANA STOJILJKOVIC) are roommates; they are both waiting for Karissa’s mum- Sara (MIRANDA RAISON) to come pick them. When Sara shows up, Karissa introduces Laura to her mum. The trio go and dine together.

Karissa and her mum- Sara take a walk together. Sara finally reveals to Karissa why her daddy is no longer with them.

Sara after giving a speech at a computer security conference goes on a date with detective Stefan (VAHIDIN PRELIC) whom she met at the conference. While on a date, she gets a distressed call from her daughter- Karissa from Haven club. She rushes to the place and finds her daughter’s phone smashed to the floor. Sara goes to see the club owner and pleads with him to show her the security footage in order to know what has happened to Karissa, but he shuns her.

Sara leaves the club in anger. On her way, Sara sights a female police officer- Kozarski (IVONA KUSTODIC) and pleads with her to declare her daughter missing. Kozarski turns down her request saying it’s less than 48 hours that her daughter may return to her. Sara stays over in a hotel with Kozarski promising to take immediate action if Karissa doesn’t return in the morning. Bur Sara sneaks out to Haven club in the night to watch the security footage where she sees Karissa and Laura being drugged and forced into a vehicle. She downloads the file before officer Kozarski shows up and arrests her for invading the club’s privacy, Sara tries to explain her findings to her but she shuns her.

At the station, Sara sees detective Stefan and tells him all that is happening. She hands the flash drive containing how Karissa and Laura are kidnapped to Stefan oblivious that he is a shady detective. Sara secretly removes Laura’s phone from her bag. Stefan is reluctant about handling her daughter’s case which upsets Sara. A onetime police officer, now a private detective- Alek (EMMETT J SCANLAN) sights Sara at the station and notices her mood. He follows her and offers to help but Sara just asks him for an address.

Sara scrolls through Laura’s phone to check her messages. She sees her chats with Dragan and then chats him up. Sara threatens to expose him but Dragan wanting to know the person threatening him, tells Sara to meet him at a restaurant. Meanwhile, both Karissa and Laura have been taken to an unknown apartment. There is a huge guy put in their care who threatens to deal with them if they make an attempt to escape. The huge guy gets a call that notifies him that Karissa’s mum is looking for her. This upsets him as apparently they only kidnap girls that have no family. This makes him send someone to kill Dragan. The huge guy calls one of the females that work with them- Mira (MILENA CUCILOVIC) to dress both Karissa and Laura for their prospective clients. Karissa pleads with the woman to save them but she sees that the woman is heartless. She pleads with Mira to let her use the toilet which she reluctantly agrees. In the toilet, Karissa drops her chain as a sign of her presence in the house for whoever finds it.

Sara meets Dragan and tells him all she knows, Dragan realizing his secret is in the open, tries to escape. Sara runs after him, luckily for her, the one-time police officer- Alek who is stalking her helps her catch Dragan. Dragan refuses to say anything about the whereabouts of Karissa and Laura. Dragan forcefully releases himself from Alek’s hold but gets knock down by one of the men he works for.

After dressing Karissa and Laura, they plan keeping them in the boat till the wealthy man buying them comes around. This terrifies Laura and she tries to run away but the huge guy shoots her. Alek and Sara are working together to find the girls. Alek gives Dragan’s phone to Sara and they are able to get some helpful information. Alek gets the information about the shooting of a young lady and tells Sara. Both he and Sara rush to the hospital to see who the victim is. Sara immediately identifies Laura but she is unable to speak as she is unconscious. Sara sights Stefan outside the hospital door and tries to tell him again the latest information that she knows, but he shuns her and threatens to arrest her and Alek if they go near the investigative scene again. This again upsets Sara.

Both Alek and Sara are in the car; Alek lets Sara know that he got fired while working with the police because he was suspicious of their atrocities including Stefan. Both Alek and Sara go to the address on Dragan’s phone. Sara sees her daughter’s chain at the house and she is certain that her daughter has been in the house. Alek soon gets a call that Laura is awake. Both Alek and Sara rush to the hospital. Laura is unable to flow well, but tells Sara that they are taking Karissa to a boat.

Sara returns to where she had given a speech at a computer security conference. With the help of a certain young guy, they trace the location they want to sell Karissa. She and Alec devise means to get the people that have her daughter. Stefan also walks into the scene. They all embark in a combat but both Alek and Sara are able to defeat all the traitors including Stefan.

Karissa and Sara visit Laura at the hospital. Sara welcomes her to her home and tells her to stay at their place all through her school year. Sara sees detective Alek at the hospital and thanks him for helping him save the lives of the girls.

Both Karissa and her mum take a walk.

THE END

MOVIE REVIEW: WURA MI


WURA REVIEW
The movie portrayed the life of the son of a wealthy woman who refused to love any other lady deeply because of his secret affection for an unknown lady who turned out to be his mother. Well I like the story line, but I think it could have been better. Don’t get it twisted, it is a nice story, but the writer didn’t just explore the possible thrills in the movie. The movie was ‘just movie’ nothing exceptional about it, like I said, if they had explored that story well, it would have been more intriguing to watch. I mean, if the late bode has been roaming around since his death, there could some form of ghost chills. From the plot, we learnt that he entered his son- there should be days that he said thesame words Bode used to say before his death, aside the fact that he kept saying he loves a lady. The movie starred Bimbo oshin, Yewande Adekoya, Babatunde Bernard, Rasaq Owooniran and many others. Of course, Bimbo Oshin as usual was up on her job. She was an exceptional actor; she really interpreted the movie well. I also love Tope Solaja’s acting. Of course, when mentioning skilled actresses, you can’t take that away from Yewande Adekoya. Well al the actors acted well, but for me, I think Bimbo Oshin helped to bring the movie to life. The film is fairly long, about 82minutes.
Costume wise
• Just costume
Sound wise
• Still thinking
Just thinking
• Folawe’s mum is quick to react when she heard that Yetunde was in bed with another man and seemed okay when the son threw her out, but she has forgotten the days the lady complained that his son has not been sleeping with her. Also the days that he was sleeping around with prostitutes. Infact the script is wobby. So, is the film indirectly saying men are allowed to flirt?
• I am wondering why Folawe’s mum asked Yetunde to drive when it was obvious that her son just hurt her emotionally
• The film is just to one direction, I don’t know if Folawe is working or it is his mummy that is giving him money. If it is the latter, then he must be a lazy spouse. I mean the guy does nothing but just to eat his mummy’s food and sleep around with girls. He even said he can’t go out if his mummy is around. Is that life?
• Then that green nail polish on Folawe’s mum was the same one she carried before Folawe was born. Common, I mean, you could have been creative about it. Like visiting a fashion shop and pretend you just finished re-painting your nail with the same colour. In that way, viewers would thing you love that same colour of nail polish. Though she later changed it to red, but the mistake was already registered from the first scene.
• I don’t believe everybody should make the sign of cross, and if you must do, do it the right way@ Folawe.
• Then I don’t know whether is the graphic artist that typed wrongly or the movie writer gave him the wrong cast. Now, please, you all should watch the movie to the end and check if the name given to the actors in the movie tally with what you are seeing. I mean how can someone you called Yetunde in a film, suddenly become omolara in the graphics.
Confusing scene(s)
I don’t know whether he married Yetunde or not because at times, you would hear your wwife, then later something else. Really do not know if they were legally married.
Thumbs up
Overall rating for WURA
• STRUCTURE: Average Beginning, Average Middle, Good Ending (Was not explored; kind of wobbly)
• SOUND: Average
• DIALOGUE: Good- can be better
• CHARACTERS: Familiar faces
• SCREEN PLAY: Good (But was not explored)
• SHOTS: Bright shots
• LOCATION: Beautiful locations.
• REMARK: I recommend this movie despite few mistakes. With this movie, one would know that words spoken are immediately carried by air and are always difficult to retrieve. So, viewers would be encourages to select their words properly before voicing them out.
• RATE: 7/10

SYNOPSIS TO THE MOVIE- ‘WURA MI’

ITELE D ICON FILM PRODUCTION
PRESENTS
WURA
CAST
BIMBO OSHIN- ACTED AS FOLAWE’S MUM
IBRAHIM YEKINNI- ACTED AS FOLAWE
YEWANDE ADEKOYA ABIODUN- ACTED AS YETUNDE
BABATUNDE BERNARD- ACTED AS OLAROTIMI
TOPE SOLAJA- ACTED AS OLARONKE
RASAQ OWOONIRAN- ACTED AS BABA LISA
IFAKOLADE AJANAKU- BABA IFA
YEAR: 2017
DURATION: 1 HOUR 23 MINUTES (83 MINUTES)
WRITTEN/PRODUCED/DIRECTED BY: IBRAHIM YEKINNI (D ICON)
LOCATION-

SYNOPSIS
A man-Bode dies a natural death at a very young age and his younger brother- Baba Lisa (Rasaq Owooniran) thinks he was killed. He visits a traditionalist and pleads with him to wake Bode’s spirit and make him torment his killers. Bode unable to find anyone gets his spirit trapped. He roams around until he enters into his son- Folawe (Ibrahim Yekinni) who now sees his mother- (Bimbo Oshin) as his wife and vows to marry no one but her. Would this be possible? Will he get back his senses or will he lose his life? Find out in the plot

PLOT
Olaronke (Tope Solaja) enters her car and sees two masked men. In her shock, the guys on mask tell her that they do not intend harming her. Olaronke while trying to decipher what is happening suddenly sights her ex-boyfriend- Rotimi (Babatunde Bernard) walk up to her from behind and propose to her. Olaronke turns him down and drives off.

Yetunde- Folawe’s wife (Yewande Adekoya) is discussing with Folawe’s mum (Bimbo Oshin) who advises her to keep being patient with her son-Folawe despite his difficulty. Folawe (Ibrahim Yekinni) walks in on them, greets only his mum but shuns his wife Yetunde. Folawe’s mum immediately rebukes Folawe’s act but he shuns his mum’s words and excuses himself as they leave for a party.

Rotimi (Babatunde Bernard) and Folawe are at Olaronke’s house to apologize for the proposal concept that is infuriating her. Folawe lets Olaronke know that he is behind the concept and shouldn’t punish his friend, who is her boyfriend- Rotimi for it. She turns down their apology and drives them out of her house.
Rotimi is in his house regretting following Folawe’s proposal concept.

Folawe (Ibrahim Yekinni) is with his mum (Bimbo Oshin). He tells his mum the issue between him and his friend Rotimi; about his proposal concept to his girlfriend which did not go well with his girlfriend. Folawe’s mum tells Folawe that he looks and does exactly like his late father- Bode. Folawe’s mum shares with her son- Folawe memories of how his late daddy proposed to her. She advises Folawe to try thesame concept with Yetunde his wife, but Folawe will not as he says he already has someone he truly loves. Folawe’s mum then decides to ask him about the lady he keeps saying he loves but he replies that soon, she would know her.

Folawe is all alone in his room pondering on how to approach the lady he loves.
Folawe goes to a bar to pick some prostitutes to spend a night with. He picks two ladies but drops one of them when she keeps saying she is already in love with him.

Folawe’s mum and wife- Yetunde enter his room and see him on bed with another lady. His mum scolds the lady and sends her away while she scolds her son- Folawe for daring to bring a prostitute to his matrimonial bed. Folawe is then being forced to have sex with his wife- Yetunde

Rotimi is having a chat with his friend-Folawe and his wife Yetunde. He tells Folawe to try and show love to his wife, he afterwards excuses them and gives them some privacy. But, Folawe still maintains that he can’t love Yetunde after which he leaves the room.

Yetunde is all alone in the room and in a deep thought. She scolds herself for deciding to stick to one difficult guy like Folawe who has refused to show her love or have sex with her.

Folawe’s mum is with her son- Folawe and his wife- Yetunde. His mum hails him and calls him- ‘my gold’ like she usually calls him. She pleads with him to show more love to his wife and also get intimate with her, but Folawe shuns her words. He instead leaves them in the room with the excuse that he needs to see someone urgently.

Rotimi again visits Olaronke’s house to ask for her forgiveness but she again turns him down

Folawe thinking he is the cause of breakup between his friend- Rotimi and girlfriend goes to plead with Olaronke to forgive his friend. Olaronke at this junction tells Folawe that it is not his proposal concept but his friend. She tells him the truth about catching Rotimi in bed with another lady. This surprises Folawe as his friend Rotimi did not tell him that. But still, Folawe begs Olaronke again and she finally accepts to forgive Rotimi. To prove she has forgiven Rotimi, Folawe pleads with her that they should go to her boyfriend’s house. On getting to Rotimi’s house, they see him in bed with another lady and this time around, Folawe’s wife-Yetunde. He immediately breaks his friendship with Folawe and tells Yetunde that she should go pack her things out of his house.

Folawe’s mum calls her late husband’s younger brother- Baba Lisa (Rasaq Owooniran) to report her son’s refusal to marry. Baba Lisa tells her not to worry that he will find a solution to it even if it means going through the traditional way. She tells him that Folawe keeps saying he is in love with someone but did not bring the lady home.

Folawe is with another lady who tells him about her dreams where she picked him out of about twenty men. She pleads with Folawe that they should make the dream become reality and marry each other. Folawe shuns her and tells her that her dreams are illusions.

Folawe’s mum (Bimbo Oshin) and Baba Lisa (Rasaq Owooniran) are in the sitting room talking about Folawe. Folawe has not been coming home after sending a short message to his mum’s phone that she should not look for him. Baba Lisa assures Folawe’s mum that she would see Folawe.

Folawe’s mum is in deep thought and contemplation about her son. Meanwhile, Folawe is in a room with a lady. He wakes her up and tells her to leave. The lady refuses to leave telling him that they did not have sex. But, Folawe tells her that he doesn’t want to have sex. The lady tries to persuade him to have sex but Folawe instantly raises his voice on her and threatens to call the security to throw her out.

Folawe’s mum and Baba Lisa are together waiting for Folawe to show up. When Folawe finally shows up, Baba Lisa tells him that he and his mother have been searching for him. Folawe again tells them that the reason he has been away and has refuse to marry a wife is because he is in love with someone and doesn’t know how to approach the person. After much pleas from his uncle and mother, Folawe finally opens up. He tells them that he is in love with Morenike Ashabi- which is his mother. Folawe’s mother is in shock and instantly moves away from her son. Folawe keeps saying he will marry no one except his mummy. Seeing that they refuse to believe him, he walks out of the house. Baba Lisa asks Folawe’s mum if she has ever being intimate with her son and she replies no. Baba Lisa calms her down and assures her that he will find the way out through traditional consultations.

Baba Lisa goes to meet a traditionalist to help him decipher what is happening. The traditionalist tells him that Folawe sees his mother as a wife and wants to be intimate with him.

Folawe’s mum is having a nightmare where her son tries to sleep with her. She screams out of the dream only to find her son lying next to her. She quickly runs away from her son and decides to stay in the bathroom.

Folawe’s mum is narrating to the traditionalist and Baba Lisa her old times with her late husband- Bode till his time of death and how she made a vow not to marry again. The traditionalist lets her know that the reason men do not approach her is because of the vow she had made. The traditionalist then reveals the reason Folawe keeps saying he wants to marry her to them. He blames it on Baba Lisa. The traditionalist lets Baba Lisa know that when his elder brother- Bode died and he went to wake his spirit to torment his killers, Bode didn’t see who to kill and his spirit started roaming around till her entered his son- Folawe, who now sees his mum as a wife, meanwhile, he died a natural death. Folawe’s mum and baba Lisa pleads with the traditionalist to find a way out of the situation for them. He tells them the solution to it (off camera)
Folawe’s mum is on the phone with Baba Lisa who tells her that he has done all the sacrifices asked by the traditionalist. Folawe’s mum thanks him and also tells him that she done her part as well. She tells him that she won’t call him names like ‘my gold or wura’ again.

Folawe’s mum is in the sitting room happy that their problem has finally been solved. Folawe and his new wife- Olaronke joins her and they celebrate the victory as well Olaronke’s pregnancy- which they all plan to travel out when she is due for delivery.
THE END