So I am babysitting and the neighbours child tuned into Channel 10 to watch a Swahili or more appropriately Bongo Movie. Intrigued I watch albeit on my watch. Now I want to support our local industry but not like this, the acting is dire, horrible wouldn't describe it. Wooden with unnecessary pauses, there's not a living soul that you would find speaking like that and then there's the story. I had first thought the concept was good, unique in our setting. You don't see a lot of serial killers storylines, ts always romantic this, romantic that. But then I started watching, this serial killer leaves a piece of paper on the victims with a number plate written on it but it's only after the fifth victim that the inspector actual runs the plates. If I were the Police, I would sue them for such display of incompetence. Oh but their problems don't end there, we are shown the killer writing those pieces of papers, but the police has never run the fingerprints, Ever! Now as a citizen of this lovely city, I am concerned that this technology might not exist. Oh and it's not necessary for them to wear gloves at crime scenes either. If I were the inspector I would just kill people because I could.
Now don't even ask for continuity, while none of this was ever done by the inspector somehow on the next scene we see the killer being surrounded by police inspectors while playing with local children to which he managed to escape somehow by having a person who has the same hairstyle impersonate him. At this juncture my head is about to explode. I would like to sit down with the writer n sign him up for Online free courses on writing. The director for ever putting his name on something he don't understand. ..he couldn't possibly have. N the editor for those silly fade outs. To the special effects guy, I appreciate the resources are limited but that just means being more resourceful; an exploding car does not disappear completely. Ever. Could have just used a green screen or blown a scrap metal. ..as I said, creative.
Anyways as I said, I wouldn't be watching another bongo movie anytime soon after this experience