TITLE: Okon the Trouble Maker
PRODUCER: Ifechi E. Akudinobi
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Ifechi E. Akudinobi
DIRECTOR: Duro Micheal (D.G.N) Mr. Magic
SCREENPLAY: Duro Micheal
MAIN CAST: Bishop Umoh Ime, Amaechi Muonagor, Duro Micheal, Wisdom Anele
DURATION: 43 minutes 56 seconds
DATE RELEASED: 2014
MOVIE RATING (1 being very poor and 10 being excellent): 5
REVIEWER: Egbuka Ezinnayamaka – 15be02271
The movie OKON THE TROUBLEMAKER, starring Bishop Umoh Ime, Amaechi Muonagor, Duro Micheal and Wisdom Anele is about Akiri (Bishop Umoh Ime), a troublesome man who is a menace to his father, Mgbede (Amaechi Muonagor). He goes to school and is a less than average student.
Akiri, however, falls in love with another student, Lucy (Ogbuka Adaogo) who is very studious. He tries his best to win over her affection. The outcomes, however, are very humorous.
ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION:
SOUND EFFECTS: The sound in the movie was very audible. There was however no depiction of scenes through background music which could have heightened the movie’s general aesthetic.
CAMERA MOVEMENTS: In the movie, Vertical movement was used and executed properly in the scene where Akiri was with his friends seated on a bench.
SHOTS AND ANGLES: A variety of camera shots and angles were made use of.
It is a very jovial movie and in general entertaining. There is a good control of the camera and sound is audible. The storyline is not easily predictable, however, the screenplay was poorly written.
Most actors implemented the script very well. Some, however, fell short as their characters lacked life. It is a feel good movie.
THE LIGHTING EFFECT: The lighting is suitable for the genre (comedy). It is bright but not too bright. The lighting however does not change in accordance to the scenes and is too consistent.
THE SOUND EFFECT: The sound is audible but just average.
The movie is an easy going one and not too serious. It is centered on Akiri aka Okon and his struggle to get by and win love.
FAVOURITE QUOTE: By Mgbede (Amaechi Muonagor)- “When I see you, I see a nonentity”