Tuesday, 25 February 2014

NEWS: Rukky Sanda’s Gold Diggin Film Rated Worst Nollywood Movie Ever

Nollywood actress Rukky Sanda's latest movie, Gold
Diggin has received negative reviews from critics and
fans who watched it.
From the first scenes of 'Gold diggin' the new flick by
actress/producer/director Rukky Sanda, it becomes
obvious that one is set for an uncomfortable
experience. The playbook is painfully clear. There is a
thread of a story, a semblance of a plot but not much
else. It does not matter though as Ms Sanda has to
make a movie out of her limited resources. Who says
it has to be a decent one?
She casts herself (of course) in the lead as a bimbo
from the upper side of town who does not have much
of a life. Or a brain either. She goes through life
partying, drinking and bedding any two bit hustler
who happens to have a semi-hit song or film.
She also casts Ghanaian star Yvonne Nelson in the
best friend role as the other bimbo with half a brain
who provides the fuel to her fire, urging her on her
wild-partying ways and talking some sense into her
on the rare occasion. It is all stuff you have seen too
many times before to really care. A more capable
actress would have been wasted in this role but Miss
Nelson does not seem to mind, employing her
striking physique to elicit emotions in the most virile
of viewers. Everything is manipulative. And
exploitative too.There is a third best friend
somewhere but she shows up only once. Or is it
twice. You won't miss her. She cannot act to save her
But do not blame her. Nobody is doing any acting
here. Everyone is playing off on their public image.
Denrele Edun shows up to do Denrele, Dammy Krane
is Dammy Krane. You might know some dude named
Sexy Steel. He seems to have some claim to fame as
Sanda's character promptly jumps into bed with him
after being convinced by Nelson's character that he
is a star. Rukky Sanda is being the Rukky Sanda we
love to hate and even Alexx Ekubo who tends to
come out of these sort of movies with some dignity
intact slums through this one.
Ekubo plays the long-suffering hunk who must fall in
love with Sanda (for no conceivable reason,) apart to
give her tale a redeeming arc. There is nothing to
root for here, nobody to care for. The love story is
inert, the chemistry is non-existent and the acting is
zero. But we've said that before.
The only thing worth watching here is Sanda herself.
She is never going to win an Oscar and does not have
the range of a Mercy Johnson but she is savvy
enough to understand that roles like this are what
work best for her. She has a blast wearing as little as
she can get away with, cursing, looking pretty and
imitating Reese Witherspoon's Elle Woods in the
'Legally blonde' films. She also scores some of the
film's funniest lines and shows deft comic timing.
You do not care about her vapid character's
shenanigans at all but you might find yourself
amused by the performance.
The first half of the film plays like an extended music
video. All music, dancing and little direction. There is
a disconnect with the second half and the film feels
like a series of stills cobbled together to make an
unwholesome whole. The screenplay is bland and has
only a few decent lines of dialogue going for it.
Sanda's direction is 90's home video style and the
background music/soundtrack insists on narrating
the whole story.
As a producer and maybe even a director, Rukky
Sanda showed some promise with 'Keeping my man',
her first major theatre outing released last year but
this one takes her 10 steps back.

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