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Is Obasendjo, Crime Boss In District 9, The Portrait Of A Typical Ngr Diasporan?

I'm almost immune to negative news about Nigeria on TV cos i've been hearing it for eons now. But there's a more disturbing situation now where hollywood and everyotherwood now tries to label Nigerians even beyond our shores as no gooders. I remember when we used to see moving abroad as an escape from hellish conditions back home, but these days any mention of one having a relative outside would almost get you a suspicious look(i sh¡t you not).

My question is, do people outside deserve the slowly growing "crime" reputation they're getting ?

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Any true Scifi fan would be able to put aside bias when judging a scifi movie. District 9 was very good by scifi standards. The story was more original than even Avatar can claim. Please visit a REAL hive of scifi geeks to get feedback on district 9.

http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1809961221/critic

http://community.nytimes.com/rate-review/movies.nytimes.com/movie/451880/District-9/overview

http://scifiwire.com/2009/08/review-district-9.php

http://www.scifiheaven.net/index.php/2009/09/05/district-9-review/

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@tpia i don't know which district9 you watched but the one i watched was impressive and refreshing.

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the movie wasnt that good.

They just mentioned Nigeria to try and give it some credibility and to cover the lameness.

They need to learn from hollywood, imo.

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District 9 waz a pretty lame attempt at sci-fi by S.A.THE movie sucked.

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Man f, u.c.k district 9, all these mothafuckas should go to hell.

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