KFB Movie Review: Toyin Abraham’s ‘Alakada Reloaded’ was star studded for nothing…

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Today’s Movie for review is the much talked about Alakada Reloaded and the review is done by O.Cube of Cinema Pointer.

Warning! ‘Alakada Reloaded’ is a
sham. It is preposterous. Utterly exasperating. Wholly ridiculous. And
terribly disjointed. More a mixed bag of not-very-well-thought-out comic
skits, than it is a full length movie with any purpose. Seeing old
recycled jokes rehashed in the same old recycled way is not a pleasant
experience at all. ‘Alakada Reloaded’ will almost make you puke.
Sincerely, it’s just outright shameful! Avoid it by all means.

Hogwash! Seeing this movie was such a pain. There’s absolutely nothing
good to be said about ‘Alakada Reloaded. A pretentious contraption-
Like a Frankenstein soup, there’s no logic behind its forceful comedy. A
money sink- With all the hype ‘Alakada Reloaded’ is a near-perfect
example of “Click Bait”. With distinctively hapless acting, a
particularly unimaginative story-line and lazy scripting, ‘Alakada
Reloaded’ is most definitely a scam.

Admittedly though, there was this one lady, a fellow viewer. She was so
full of it. Throughout the screening, she was laughing out so very loud.
She was practically screaming her enjoyment. Literally Rolling On The
Floor Laughing Her Ass Off! Intermittently, laughing, she would leave
her to sit, run to the aisle and proceed to repeatedly slap the wall, in
what seemed her attempt to contain her wild bursts of laughter. Oh! She
had fun. You should have seen it. It was crazy. Then maybe, it was pain.

Absolutely, utterly, not recommended.

See the trailer and get more details below:

Synopsis: A village girl is picked to be on a reality show and fakes her life all the way to the reality show house.

Starring: Toyin
Abraham, Ali Baba, Odunlade Adekola, Kehinde Bankole, Woli Arole, Nedu
OAP, Helen Paul, Lilian Esoro, Annie Idibia, Bidemi Kosoko

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