Tears of A Prince - Part 4

Posted by Webby on 2009-04-25 00:00:00 | Views: 166776 |

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Features: Desmond Elliot, Ngozi Ezeonu, Adaora Ukoh


Movie Reviews:

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lolo

4/26/2009 8:13:15 PM

Firstly,i must give kudos to the producers,actors and everybody that came together to put up this showpiece,the story line is superb.I have never seen a 9ja movie so simple and yet so touching,this movie is actually a stunner!,it is the best 9ja movie i have watched,it cut me so deep and actually

15481

cutey2

4/27/2009 1:47:58 PM

OH MY GOD I LOVE THIS MOVIE .IT IS FANTASTIC.THIS IS A MUST SEE.

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angiebaby

4/28/2009 12:43:36 AM

OMG i dont usually rate movies but this is an award winning movie,i love the story line

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linoreal

5/1/2009 3:41:03 PM

wow..what a wonderful movie...i enjoyed every bit of it...quite a while i watched such a great movie...everybody did a great job...very simple and emotional story...i feel for the other guy though..he never had the opportunity to be intimate with her..nothing..life could be funny sumtimes...but Gods

15531

yummy

4/30/2009 11:34:00 AM

wow wonderful this movie was jus wonderful

15532

oseisblessed

4/30/2009 4:42:11 PM

what a great movie, l love every bit of this movie and well done to the producer, actors and the actress

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blackbeauty

5/1/2009 11:16:50 PM

INFACT,THIS MOVIE IS WONDERFUL,BUT I THINK THE LADY SUPPOSE TO SAY SOMETHING TO HER BOY FRIEND IN THE VILLAGE BEFORE WEDDED THE PRINCE.AFTER ALL THE PROMISES SHE MADE TO THE GUY,SHE JUST FALL IN LOVE WITH THE PRINCE WITHOUT SAYING SORRY TO THE GUY,ALL BECAUSE OF RICHES. IT MEANS,SHE WAS IN LOVE WITH

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amen333

4/29/2009 10:12:56 AM

this movie is one of the best nigeria movies. Thank you for bring this nice movie.

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stella adobea

4/29/2009 10:33:01 AM

Wow, this movie is great and touching. I love the ending

15717

ujbaby

4/25/2009 3:17:01 PM

Oh my God, I love this movie. Infact, this is the best movie I have ever watch. Thanks for loading this movie. You really made my day

15788

senorita411

4/27/2009 1:01:44 AM

Excellent! But that pimp wardrobe for Desmond has gotta go. lol. How come we never saw the King, even in the wedding photos? Sha...

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ironlady

4/28/2009 3:00:03 PM

SIMPLE AND JUST BEAUTIFUL. KUDOS TO THE PRODUCERS AND THE ACTORS. THANK U OGA ADMIN FOR POSTING THE MOVIE.

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temitope

5/1/2009 4:23:20 PM

I am happy about the movie but I seriuosly think the ending is sooooooooooooooooooooooo unfair, that is rediculous, I was expecting the prince to at least suffer before he finally gets her but it seems as if he can get what he wants. itz really unfair how the rich treat the poor, unfari, unfair, unf

16016

angelnasa

5/30/2009 3:39:40 PM

wow i love this movie.. so freakin gud. lol dey should have shown de king at de weddin or something but nothing spoil. i knew how it was goin to end but at de same time it was beautiful. gud job to all de actors.

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chyoma001

5/17/2009 12:47:47 PM

nawa 4 film......dey for try shw us d king nw!!!!! d other village guy dulled....bt thats wt happens in real life! predictable film....but liked d actin....x

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queenrofiat

5/16/2009 1:57:47 AM

VERY NICE MOVIE... GOOD JOB.... :-)

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angelnasa

5/30/2009 3:42:50 PM

lol i guess de only suffering de prince got was not to get None (sex) from sabina while dey lived in de same house. lol cuz apart from that, that nigga didnt suffer de only man that suffered/ shed some good tears was her village boyfriend.

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easare

6/17/2009 11:37:46 AM

The girl should have left the prince for the other guy for the Title to suit the movie. The movie should have been given a different title. but it is a good movie though.

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missy1808

6/21/2009 8:17:31 AM

Wish it went on for longer. Loved Desmond at the end. Felt sorry for the guy from the village though, wat a shame!

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guylainedg

9/21/2009 4:25:12 PM

this was a great movie, i recommand it. the actors did well, the king s mother is one of my favorite actress, she is pretty and decent

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zxtyson

9/16/2010 9:07:13 AM

nice movie






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