A Tribe Called Judah Earns a 4/10 Rating – The Critical Breakdown of Funke Akindele’s Movie by the Twitter Critic

Daniel Regha’s Critique on ‘A Tribe Called Judah’

Twitter critic Daniel Regha has taken a rather critical stance on the much-talked-about movie by Funke Akindele, “A Tribe Called Judah.”

Despite the film’s popularity and billion-view milestone, Regha’s review is far from glowing.

A Harsh Rating: 4/10 for Funke Akindele’s Movie

Regha described the film as average, giving it a 4 out of 10 rating. His review highlighted various aspects that fell short, including unrealistic comedy tricks, a lack of comedy satire, and what he described as a disappointing ending.

Scene Dissection and Character Criticism

The Twitter critic dissected specific scenes, criticizing their redundancy and lack of value addition, citing the first 20 minutes’ unnecessary begging scene involving the character Ejiro.

Regha also pointed out poorly acted segments, singling out actors like Timini, Etinosa, and Arukwe for not delivering their roles effectively.

Positive Aspects Amidst the Critique

However, Regha did acknowledge some actors’ commendable performances, such as Uzee Usman, Greg Ojefua, Tobi Makinde, and Nse Etim, for bringing life to the movie.

He also praised the film for shedding light on the issue of money laundering, deeming it commendable despite its other flaws.

Daniel Regha’s Twitter Review

Regha’s Twitter review echoed his detailed critique, emphasizing the movie’s unrealistic tricks, lack of comedy satire, prolonged and unnecessary scenes, and certain actors’ inability to do justice to their roles.

He also recognized the positive aspects, acknowledging the movie’s commendable focus on a pressing issue like money laundering.

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