Movie Review: Two Brides and a Baby
The much talked about Nollywoood blockbuster, Two Brides and a Baby turned out as beautiful as expected. The movie was a beautifully crafted romantic comedy about a couple, Keche (Keira Hewatch) and Kole (OC Ukeje) who planned for a beautiful wedding ceremony and hoped for a blissful life thereafter….until the unexpected happens!
It all began on the day before the wedding, during the wedding rehearsal, surrounded by friends and family when the groom’s ex girlfriend (Stella Damasus) suddenly showed up, bringing along a basket full of drama.
Cupboard full of secrets were soon opened, exposing the concealed reactions of everyone directly involved, including a challenged married couple (Deji and Ene) and a troubled engaged couple (Ugo and Maye).
I particularly enjoyed the Deji character played by Kalu Ikeagwu and Ene character played by Blessing Effiom. The musical background was a beautiful one too however, the Omo character played by Claret Onukogu was too fake besides the conflict was resolved too easily.
Two Brides and a Baby was written and produced by Blessing Effiom,and directed by the Teco Benson. The movie cast comprises Stella Damasus, Kalu Ikeagwu , Keira Hewatch, OC Ukeje, Chelsea Eze, Blessing Effiom, Okey Uzoeshi, and Kehinde Bankole.