“Chief daddy 2 is honestly the worst Nollywood movie on Netflix! Waste of time.”
This was the first post I saw on Twitter by @Adiilolade about the newly uploaded Chief Daddy 2 sequel. I was captivated by her review and decided to watch the movie myself to see how the movie was a “waste of time”.
The movie Chief Daddy 2: Going for Broke, produced by Mo Abudu and Directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, has a running time of 1hr 53 minutes and was released on January 1, 2022. I would say there was no need in releasing a sequel to this movie since it’s just a repetition of the previous movie and obviously predictable. Predicting every move of a movie you’ve never watched before leaves the viewer angry as no suspense captures the audience’s attention in a movie, this essential element was lacking in this movie.
The movie was stacked up with Nollywood stars, thereby leaving the audience to expect much from it.
After the first part of the movie “Chief Daddy” in 2018, much expectation followed the insight about the arrival of a sequel of the then hit. Fans really loved the 2018′ Chief Daddy’, which recounts the remarkable however clever story of a dead, well-off man whose various mistresses and kids tussle for his legacy.
The three-year span between the arrival of ‘Chief Daddy’ 1 and Chief Daddy 2: Putting it all on the line’ was a sizable amount of time for the makers to do somewhat more examination and fix the last details to repeat the much-adored film to fulfill the fans’ ravenous preference for premium diversion. The initial segment wasn’t that staggering in any case; however, it was not as cringeworthy as this sequel.
Having effectively coordinated Chief Daddy’s exceptionally entrusting burial service, the partitioned Beecroft family couldn’t wait to snatch their portion of his legacy.
All things considered, so they thought, not until Laila’s appearance.
Laila, who was presented to the house at the last piece of ‘Chief Daddy’ 1, is one of the little girls from Boss daddy’s various ventures.
Her return didn’t spell really great for the Beecrofts in light of the fact that she surfaced at that point when they were prepared to clench hands on her late father’s for quite some time expected legacies.
Laila appears as the most elevated investor of Beecroft Businesses and blast breaks their expectations of gaining any ground with her late father’s riches.
With the whole family in a situation of the new calamity, in the individual of Laila, the Beecroft group is tossed into a battle to remain pertinent.
Indeed, even as the bank proclamations weren’t really great to keep up with the norm as ‘Beecroft’, the whole family was becoming bankrupt, monetarily. Yet, in a real sense, the never joined family wasn’t beating that.
Everybody had their reasonable part of the new reality and new type of being down and out. Woman K, late boss daddy’s significant other, couldn’t manage the cost of an exemplary birthday celebration that fit her expected status.
Falz, Chief Daddy’s legitimate youngster and first child, battles with his one-track and almost dead music profession.
The destiny of the Beecroft family lies in the possession of Dammy Baggio, whose football profession and love life experience an intense curve.
Notwithstanding Falz, whose ability was squandered on a ‘confounding’ script, most watchers would be compelled to abandon the film, 15 minutes into it.
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Commonplace of EbonyLIfe Studios creation, the cinematography is first class, and as the initial segment, the decision of cast is excellent.
The areas talk extravagance, and the outfit and the whole presentation quality are exemplary.
The film, similar to every other continuation, was a genuinely worthy endeavor to correspond to the primarily delivered rendition and the new spin-off.
Tragically, those endeavors just made a heap of entanglements.
‘Chief Daddy 2: Going for broke’ was an awful beginning for Nollywood in 2022.
2021 saw loads of good motion pictures with astonishing storylines; however, ‘Chief Daddy: Going for Broke’ is no match to ‘chief Daddy” delivered in 2018.
The first was extraordinary, silly, and compellingly engaging, however, the 2022 rendition of the film was a finished failure.
The film misses the mark regarding a storyline and a concentration, the sub-storylines were too much, and some appeared superfluous.
However elegant, the renowned appearances from the first film were practically non-existent in this continuation.
Indeed, even the lead jobs played by stars were diminished to nothing short of impending exhibitions, for example, the legal counselor PalacePalace’sjob was decreased to an imbecilic pity party individual from the family as opposed to taking up her job as a sound legal advisor she was known for in the first.