The tribe of Judah, A Nigeria first movie to cross 1 Billion Naira in box office.
Drama, comedy, and a hint of suspense are expertly blended to create a compelling journey through the complex dynamics of a Nigerian family in A Tribe Called Judah. The movie's storyline, which effectively introduces the main characters and issues in the first act, is its strongest point.
The story of a single mother and her flawed but realistic kids lends a touch of universal values—particularly the love of a mother.
The impending tragedy of Jedidah's illness drives the plot as it unfolds and strengthens the bond between the family members. The tale is kept interesting despite the sporadic melodrama because of the story's capacity to establish and resolve conflicts and present more difficult problems.
The genuineness of the movie is greatly enhanced by the rapport between the varied ensemble cast. The movie may be a representation of Nigeria's multiethnic structure and the desire for togetherness, as the themes of brotherhood and unity in variety are relatable to Nigerian society.
The video features striking images that perfectly portray the spirit of Nigerian environments and landscapes while illustrating the characters' state of living.
In addition, the soundtrack quietly improves the viewing experience, albeit it could have been used more heavily to emphasize poignant scenes. The story is made more complex by the subplots, especially the ones with Ejiro, Shinene, his fiancée, and his gang.
This film stands out because of its unique blend of humor, drama, and tension, which guarantees that viewers will go on a truly transformational trip with the characters. This film has action, melancholy, and humorous parts.
Viewers get a sense of character justification from the film, believing that each character deserved what they received. A Tribe Called Judiah' is be a pleasant surprise, despite the fact that you would think you might guess what will happen next in the film. This is what makes it so intriguing.
Funke Akindele as Jedidah Judah
Gregory Ojefuafusi as Emeka Judah
Uzee Usman as Adamu Judah
Timini Egbuson as Pere Judah
Tobi Makinde as Shina Judah
Olumide Oworu as Ejiro Judah
Genoveva Umeh as Testimony
Ebele Okaro as Grandma
Uzor Arukwe as Chairman Chigozie Onouha
Nse Ikpe Etim as Collette
Juliana Olayode as Hilda
Fathia Balogun as Mama Caro
Paschaline Alex Okoli as Mummy Michael
Sinmi Hassan as Daddy Michael
Yvonne Jegede as Modupe
Boma Akpore as Deji
Ibrahim Yekini as Itele
Nosa Rex as Jerry
Gregory Ojefua as Pluto