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Desc:Remember those Ghanan sci-fi trailers from a while back? Turns out the movies actually exist.
Category:Classic Movies, Science & Technology
Tags:ghana, 12:00
Submitted:Herr Matthias
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Comment count is 11
Unwatchable. Five stars.
Old People
0:01:03 has been the highlight of my day.
"Is it the right thing you have done?"

Director of Photography NINJA
Editor NINJA
Screenplay NINJA
Director NINJA

I would like to meet this NINJA
Watching because king of primates told me to.
These movies are like the Hollywood version of the Portrait of Dorian Gray. Every time James Cameron makes a more visually complicated and unbelievably complex effects-fest, a Ghanaian movie gets a little worse.
The Mothership
Oh my, the depths of the mother/daughter relationship are truly explored here.
Watchable. The trailer has nothing to do with the movie, no matter how entertaining. Most of it is long discussions about the government & troubles of modern day Ghana, which I can only perscribe to be relatable to its target audience. There's a fascinating documentary out there about the Nigerian film industry that I believe also applies here that sheds alot of light on these kinds of movies other than snort inducing hipster fodder. James Cameron can suck a barrel of dicks.
When I tried to watch Nollywood movies, they all turned out to be Christian themed, with none of the action from the trailers. This one doesn't seem to be religious, but I didn't force myself to watch much.

Jet Bin Fever
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh man.
An hour and a half of elderly porch philosophers lecturing you.
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