King of Boys: Movie Commendation

King of Boys: Movie Commendation

After the grand breaking record at the box office from, “The Wedding Party 1,” Kemi Adetiba resurfaces with the wave making political drama, KING OF BOYS.
What do you expect from the genius director, something lesser? She isn’t joking.
Instead of every where stew, there was every where blood. One thing that keeps us glued to the screen, was the return of the Mom and Daughter duo of Sola Sobawale (Eniola) and Adesua Etomi (Kemi) who made us believe they are the true definition of evil.

Synopsis
A political thug leader (Eniola) gets bitter at her rejection of a promised ministerial appointment from her political godfathers, sets in for conflict as the table turns. Her boys, the government and every drop of blood was used against her ambition as she vows never to succumb to the rejection. The conflict builds up with armed robbery, killings, conspiracies and all the ills in the Nigerian society with “the eagle” well represented in their capacity.
The movie also features refined Veterans Jide Kosoko (Alhaji Salami), Akin Lewis (Aare Akinwade) and popular rappers, Reminisce (Makanaki) and Illbliss (Odogwu Malay) as robbery gang leaders.
When you watch this movie ask yourself these questions?
Who’s kidnapping who?
Who is killing who?
Who’s working for who?
Who’s behind Nigerians problems?

Special Appraisals
Directors ability to technically represent the Presidency and EFCC without getting banned by the Censors Board.
Sola Sobowale deserves an Oscar!
Please, watch this movie.

WATCH TRAILER HERE

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