Dream Job tells the story of Uche Okafor (played by Williams Uchemba) who is a mummy’s boy that seems to be unlucky in securing his dream job.
He however, has a taste of success when he finds luck from a strange beggars prayers, leading him to live the life of his dream.
Few cast, quality images, good locations, is quite commendable.
Directed by Kayode Peters, the movie which lasted for 1 hour 50 minutes was really short of expectations.
Although Dream Job was quite unpredictable but as a comedy movie it didn’t deliver as expected.
The fact that a movie is rated a comedy doesn’t mean it shouldn’t have an interesting story line.
Social Media comedians are now regular faces in Nollywood movies, however, aside from their skit acts, they don’t really have much to offer.
In fact, while at the cinema some viewers got bored and left the hall. Yes, it was that boring, expect for few scenes.
It takes a lot of efforts to be able to sit and stay glued to the screen till the end of the movie.
Hoping to at least compensate us with a good concluding part, Dream Job dashed it all.
Dream Job shouldn’t have made it to the cinema. Maybe a 3 minutes skit for Instagram. Well, what do we know…?