Sound of Pain - Part 4

Posted by Webby on 2009-11-23 00:00:00 | Views: 166666 |

Movie Synopsis:

Continuation of Weeping Soul.


Movie Reviews:

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omouwa

11/22/2009 6:28:53 AM

nice movie great act by everyone, go mercy go mercy!!!

17665

shanshan

11/22/2009 8:40:59 AM

Great movie but real sad ending

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marth

11/22/2009 11:10:52 AM

NICE MOVIE AND GREAT ENDING! IT IS A TRAGEDYCOMDY. THE IMPACT IS ALWAYS AS GREAT WITH LOTS OF SORROWFUL THOUGHTS. MERCY IS THE DIVA!

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guylainedg

11/23/2009 2:28:38 PM

Great movie, Mercy is really one of the best actress in nigeria. the end is really sad. She did not deserve to died.

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africa

11/24/2009 9:48:01 PM

gave it 4 stars you lost one on the endin

17704

collinsmons

11/25/2009 8:38:33 AM

Very interesting film,but the ending is so sad,couldnt there be a better ending?

17733

lizpela

12/4/2009 4:30:16 PM

GREAT STORY WITH A VERY SAD ENDING. JOB WELL DONE FROM ALL!

17743

stella01

12/5/2009 8:12:55 PM

thre is a movie very similar to sound of pain its called twilight sisters also starring van vicker BUT I MUST SAY THIS MERCY JOHNSON KNOWS HOW TO ACT HER BUTT OF WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO EMOTIONAL INSPIRED MOVIES. WHAT A GREAT JOB!

17779

loveanita147

11/24/2009 6:43:18 PM

mercy my love, u are too much,this is realy good with a sad ending

17842

***bim***

11/28/2009 3:15:22 PM

she should not have dies, but then again GUILT is very very had to deal with so i guess she took her life to find peace

17843

***bim***

11/28/2009 3:16:03 PM

DIED not dies

17847

Proudlady

12/3/2009 3:28:59 PM

Great movie, very sad end.

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caroldesy

12/12/2009 1:02:35 PM

Good movie i must say but the ending renders her faith and all what she did and was done to her useless. it couldnĀ“t have ended this way. What happens to a happy ending ppl.

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gwame

11/23/2009 9:02:30 PM

Great movie, but sad ending

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zoeiy

11/23/2009 10:47:49 PM

OH MY GOSH,AM SO MAD. Y SHE HAVE TO DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!VERY NICE MOVIE,EVERYONE DID GREAT.LOVE IT.

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osas

12/11/2009 10:32:53 PM

GREAT MOVIE I LOVE IT BUT SHE DID NOT HAVE TO DIE I HATE THE DIEING PART ALL THE SAME WELL DONE EVERY ONE

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supergirl

12/13/2009 10:31:50 AM

Awesome movie , they all did well but the ending could have been better , she didnt deserve to die ! was really wishin for her n van to get married etc ...was wishin for a happy ending , the movie deserve 5 stars but removin one for the stupid ending.

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ngom

11/23/2009 9:58:38 AM

great movie, but I hate the ending!!!

18179

omo

11/27/2009 8:22:25 PM

What a Movie, death is NOT the answer to life problems. WE SHOULD NEVER LET THE DEVIL WIN. TRUST IN GOD, AWAIT IS PLAN FOR US BELIEVERS

18187

jpat

12/12/2009 5:10:21 PM

What a great movie!!! But really she did not have to die at the end.. Too Sad and Too Bad. Over all wonderfuly story.

18190

adesoft

12/15/2009 11:15:52 AM

this movie is definetly a must watch.everyone acting was really good but disappointed at the end.

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bryan

11/28/2009 2:32:41 AM

amara wasted her life prayng to God, suicide is a sin and so she let the devil win. i give this movie a negative zero star on five. bull shit

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4567

3/11/2010 3:24:48 AM

this movie is the bomb..great actin from the cast..love mercy johnson all the way..i notice that lot of u r complainin about the end..but the director was smart cuz he or she knew dat yal was expectin a happy endin as usual..so he decided to be a lil different and switch the end..the movie deserve 5

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blackbeauty1

3/20/2010 2:54:12 AM

This movie was really good and the ending was especially the best because the writer and director showed us that in real life you do not always get a happy ending.






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