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Movie Review – Nobody’s Fool


A woman is released from prison and reunites with her sister. She soon discovers that her sister is in an online relationship with a man who may not be what he seems.

Release date: 2 November 2018 (Nigeria)

Director: Tyler Perry

Box office: 33.5 million USD

Budget: 19 million USD

Screenplay: Tyler Perry


44 minutes into this movie and I felt tortured like wow what? I still have a long way to go???It’s not almost over???😭😭😭


Nobody’s fool is so disappointing, loud, cheesy, cringey, forced, cliché, fake, again, loud, annoying, and just disappointing, that you wonder why the title is Nobody’s fool in the first place, instead of “The List”, seeing as the movie is literally all about the pros and cons of creating a list for what you need in a man or woman.


Storyline was so predictable, and the plot twist was downright annoying and predictable af!

Rushed storyline, that you wonder why Tika Sumpter’s hair and makeup looks laid throughout.

Then the sex scene between her and Omari?

Reallllly? Was that necessary???😂

Like the way the movie just plunged into that development had me like eww!

Dead character development, dead chemistry. Urgh!

Everything about this movie felt so unrealistic and forced (yeah yeah it’s a movie but I mean! At least movies should kind of make a fool out of you, but this one clearly has you being Nobody’s fool because WTH was this movie?🙄)

I’m tired!

Whoopi Goldberg was probably the only character that managed to save the movie’s humour, that you wonder why they just wasted her in the movie, seeing as she more or less seemed to just have cameo-like kind of appearances. Mscheew

I’m disappointed that I had to really struggle to finish watching this movie for the sake of this review. (Hadn’t even finished watching the movie as at the time of writing this review, had to pause it as usual because *shivers*)

Pure waste of time, talents and efforts.

Plus is it just me? Or Tika Sumtper’s character seemed to have been written with “Gabrielle Union” in mind?

Because I got serious Gabrielle Union vibes from her acting and character she was trying to portray.

Mahn I’m so disappointed in this movie abeg, that it makes me sad, because I had high hopes, based on the hype when it first came out, and I looked forward to enjoying an all black cast movie too, in terms of humour, especially because of the rave about Tiffany Haddish.

I also probably expected more too because it’s a Tyler Perry movie, so I mean, you kind of expect something reasonable.

But this?

This just…….., God I’m disappointed lmao!

And Tiffany Haddish’s character was so annoyingly loud with really forced humour and so much noise.


Also, what is this cliché white boss scenario that all really hardworking black executives have to have in these movies??

And what was that cliché rainnn scene again? Lmao.

And what in the miscasting hell was that Bailey character? Like wasn’t the person they chose to play thay character suitable for a “younger brother” role instead? rather than someone who broke her heart?

And let’s not even get started with the acting. Sigh.☹

You know what,

Rating – 0/10

Or 1½/10 For Efforts!


That’s it! This movie made me unforgiveably sad!


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