There’s a new Slaylebrity Diva on the block and her name is Idia Aisen AKA Dr Idia.
Suffice to say that this Slaylebrity carried this remade movie.
Watch the review to determine if you should bother watching.
When her parents are murdered during her mum’s 32nd birthday celebration by unknown assailants, Nneka vows to find the killers and avenge their death. Despondent with her life, Nneka encounters the Queen of the Coast who appears to help her by revealing identities of people she claims killed Nneka’s parents. This changes the course of her life as she sets out on a mission of revenge. On this journey, she discovers innate powers, realizes she has been deceived, stumbles on wealth and has to decide if this mission is worth losing the love of her life for. Can she defeat this diabolical force?
Expect lots of sass from Dr Idia
The makers of this iteration of “Nneka the Pretty Serpent” tried to solve the problem of the original movie (not having an actual plot) by giving a reason for Nneka’s murder spree. But due to the unintentionally hilarious execution and unnecessarily complex backstory, it doesn’t quite work and is confusing as hell.