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

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Born in the 80’s, Ogefash picked up writing early in her secondary school days at International School, University of Lagos (Unilag). She took it professionally after her university days at the University of Lagos where she graduated from the Department of Mass Communication. She is a writer of several short stories some of which have been published in the magazines. Some of her popular stories are: A Night to Remember, The Special Gift, Haunted, Preparing Ahead of Time amongst others. Her novel "Looming Danger" published in December 2015, was highly recommended by people. She has worked with several media outlets some of which are Spur Magazine and Upcoming Magazine. She is an educationist. With her love for children, she took up the task of supervising and taking care of children at the After School Department of Heritage School before her resignation. Her unique strory telling and song teaching skills endeared her more to the kids she worked with. Ogefash is a goal getter, a pace setter and always strives for excellence. She likes to impact and solve problems in a creative way regardless how challenging they may be. She has in-depth knowledge in reporting, editing, social media and other media related works. She is a seasoned writer and very passionate about her work. Interestingly, her blog is the first in Nigeria to start reviewing Nigerian and foreign movies and also write the movies' plots scene by scene. Ogefash blog is also the first to translate songs, interprete and give a full detailed analysis about music and artistes in Nigeria, Africa and America before other blogs started emulating her style. While other blogs provided just music lyrics alone, we took it higher by not only providing lyrics, but translating, interpreting and analyzing as well. It is also the first blog to give detailed analysis of adverts. Interestingly, Ogefash blog also known as Ogefash Photo Blog is the first blog all over the world to blog with lots of interesting pictures to support all articles. Ogefash says "I don't keep male friends because they always say "sex" is part of friendship. I don't keep female friends because they are always bitchy. I only keep people I can call more than a friend!" Ogefash has an affinity for TV reality shows. In 2018, she represented Nigeria in the PanAfrican TV reality game show "The Maltavator Challenge" powered by Nigeria's number one malt drink packed full of energy giving vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6;Malta Guinness. The show brought together four African countries Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia and Coted'ivoire who competed for the grand prize of 20,000 dollars. Undaunted by any task in her field, Ogefash is highly energetic and creative. She is a rare gem and a gift to this generation.