It also stars Tina Mba, Jide Kosoko, Bisola Aiyelo, Lizzy Jay, Nkechi Blessing Sunday, Bolanle Ninalowo and Adedimeji Lateef.
The star-studded movie will take you on a journey that would make you laugh, cry, love and learn some important life lessons.
Breaded Life tells the story of the adventures of a haughty son from a wealthy home that learns life the tough way. Breaded Life is based on the life of a spoilt brat (Timini Egbuson) who falls in love with a bread seller (Bimbo Ademoye) after his life crumbled.
His whole life changed after the miraculous encounter with the virgin bread seller.
The movie preaches a lot about the up and down side of life. Determination, true love, doggedness and lots more.
Obviously shot in the heart of Lagos, Breaded Life gives one the privilege to see the Ajebo and Ajepako side of Eko.
In terms of role interpretations, Bimbo Ademoye will surely bag an award for the skills she displayed in Breaded Life.
Followed by Timini. He did absolutely well with his swift switch from a rich spoilt kid to a core street kid with the zeal to survive by all legit means.
Although kind of stereotype script but different in twists and delivery, we find less loopholes in Breaded Life.
Timini Egbuson’s spoilt kid role (which he delivers aptly) is also gradually becoming a stereotype too (just like his role in Elevator Baby). Same as Ninalowo, Aka Makanaki. Still same old role; influential Agbero.
Infusing social media comedians into movies has also become a cliché, but we enjoyed the few roles MC lively and Lizzy.
In conclusion, go and experience the sweet laugher, tears and feeling of fulfilment in Breaded Life.
It is a blockbuster movie worth your N3,000.