IS GHANAIAN MOVIE INDUSTRY IMPROVING OR HOW DO U SEE IT
why are we just killing ourselves because of that guy,
If u watch most Ghanian movies, u will find out that they are been produced by nigerian producers. we go there to bring them up. so what makes them unique. i beg they should Bleep out.
CKZ or whateva ur name is u drink kaikai b4 u come here?
i beg shutup ur mouth.
everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, that is my verdict on both movie industries
i do not want to and i would never produce a nolly- or golly-rubbish, goodluck to the ones that produce or take part in nollywood!
i am an engineer and that is what i am focusing real hard on
u keep your opinion of the nollywood industry to yourself and nothing would change mine, i have not seen enough to say it is improving! END OFF!!!
some people baffle me on this forum, why fight or argue about this issue?!
why should we be bickering and moaning about two dysfunctional and quality-lacking movie industries? YES I SAID IT, GHANIAN AND NIGERIAN MOVIES ARE ABSOLUTELY self-service, storylines are copied, movies are repeated with the titles changed, actors and actresses lack professionalism (all claiming to study theatre arts!), no real suspense, no good ending, 100 silly cam-corded movies released every week in both industries, inept editing, common sense never prevails and lastly, both movie industries are not breaking new grounds but instead want to be wannabees!
lets face it, both movie industries have a long way to go!
dee02 i agree with u that arguing over this is not necessary but how dare u call nollywood a dysfunctional and quality lacking movie industry. I agree that nollywood has its fault but calling it dysfunctional and lacking quality is unfair. if i may ask u, do u know what it takes to produce a movie? Can u produce any? You shouldnt bluntly condemm other people's work, it is very bad
I have had the previlege of seeing movies from both sides, and I must confess they both have their different styles depicting their different cultures or way of life, but you can't take simplicity, originality and down-to-earth nature away from the Ghanaians, we on the other hand are like the 'hollywood' of Africa with our various weternised movies as if we are no longer Africans, we must learn to be ourselves in our movies and not make believe we see in our movies showing very little of our culture.
Who the hell is compairing nollywood with gollywood or whatever the ghanian movie industry is called. It is no where near nollywood. Maybe u forgot that stars like genevie, dakore, oge okoye, stephany, emeka ike, desmond elliot e.t.c are in nollywood. Please wake up from ur sleep!Who the hell is Nadia and Van? they are still coming up as far as acting is concerned!
The first time i saw one of the movies,i did enjoyed it and then there was another and another,it was almost as if its the same kinda movie becos you find the same cast on the other movies too,and its just van and Nadia,though both are goodlooking,but let them try some other people,you can imagine another of their movies called the "President's daughter" abi na 'Return of beyonce' or so,not too sure,there was like about 3-4 parts of it,why do they have to make it that long and creeping?
Well, all the same at least they keep one's company while it last,there is always room for improvement,Rome was not built in a day,Nollywood started from somewhere and they are still improving so please no condemnation OK?
But one comment here to you all, i love you guys,'nairalanders' i cant help it but laugh when i read your posts and comments,you are great!!!!
Dont mind him jo, how many ghanian artist has attained international success like our 2face, dbanj mode9 psquare and so on, bad bellé no go kill you.
i think ghaninan movies are just one step down the ladder from nollywood movies, lacks plot, tact, originality and most importantly sense. Using names beyocé, ciara and tyra in movies, how dumb is that. Just one sloppy love story after another, van and nadia are just like diego and paloma, they always hook up in the end, boooring.
Who bring Ghana man here, Etisei Eye my brother or sister from Ghana, but I w<ant to tell you something, though Nigeria is currupt in everything, but Ghana should compare their self with Togo or Ivorycost and never Nigeria because we too far ahead od u, even as you discover oil in Ghana yet it can't be like Nigeria, talk of music, do you know Rugged Man, or don't you know Face, are you comparing this people with Raskobi or who in Ghana , please go to wkipedia and see the list of Nigerian actors and their profile, I beg don't try this again
How can u make such a slanderous statement? Comparing Naija music to Ghana. Abeg no try me o.
Have u heard about the first MTV African Music winner - Tuface, what about the MTV award for D'Banj? Do you happen to know a wonderful young woman named Asa? What about P-Square? In the older generations, King Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obe held their own.
Please withdraw you statement or is it JJC and 419 squad you are feeling so much? Enough questions.
oow oke i agree with you ba never ghana's movies industrie ios strting to get somewhere. nd what do you me have enough traditional movies ba i guess you dont watch them. Ba anywhay you cant compare nigirin movies with ghanian movies because you are faar before us ba when it comes to music we too do better.
I'm sorry, but Ghanaian actors lack depth IMO. The likes of Nadia, Vick etc can not compare with the depth of acting ability with people like Stella Damasus, Kate Hensahaw, Dakore Egbuson, Nkiru Sylvanus.
I find the vast majority of Ghanaian films that I have watched stick to rosey story lines, which don't leave the actors with enough room to really be challanged. I also find them far to westernised, hardly showing Ghanaian traditional culture.
I find them very boring. Nollywood has nothing to worry about, accept challenges within the Nigerian movie industry. There is nothing great about Vicker or Buari although they are competant actors, if not for their looks noone would be trying to say they are sooooo great.