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Have You Seen the Nollywood Movie Titled “3 is Company”? Check Out Adenike Adebayo’s Review on The Screening Room




Hello BellaNaija lovers of Nollywood!

Have you seen Yvonne Jegede‘s movie ‘3 Is Company‘? Nollywood movie reviewer, Adenike Adebayo is reviewing it on her show, The Screening Room. The movie, starring OC UkejeYvonne Jegede, Wole Ojo, and Peggy Ovire was directed by Ernest Obi.

Adenike describes the story as being unrealistic but rates the movie 3/5 – noting that the production quality was ‘okay’.

Have you seen the film? Please watch the review below and share your thoughts!


  1. kanyin

    July 26, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    Someone needs to review Mum, Dad meet sam and save unsuspecting victims from falling prey to that disastrous movie!

    • Adenike Adebayo

      July 27, 2015 at 12:14 am

      I have also reviewed MDMS! Lol, the video is on my YouTube channel

    • saidIT

      July 27, 2015 at 5:15 pm

      @Adenike – kudos to you!!! you took advice from the commenters and upgraded ur wardrobe and also ur overall looks too. love the new format of the show. also, love that u are no more screaming…..

  2. tralala

    July 26, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    It was a pointless movie. #nuffsaid

  3. mary

    July 26, 2015 at 9:02 pm

    thanks for this review, it baffles me that every actor in nollywood wants to add that title of being a “producer” to their CV, especially the female folks. is not as if there’s anything wrong in advancing your career, but not when someone who cannot even act to save her life suddenly turns to a producer, everyone cannot be a producer, if you are sticking to acting, then do so, from time to time, go for courses in acting to straighten up your skills, at least be good in one before venturing into the other. Ovire peggy or what has a movie she is producing, Yvonne Jegede is now a producer, Ebube is a producer, hian, odikwa risky. Goodluck to you all

  4. Lapetite

    July 26, 2015 at 9:04 pm

    Not a bad movie. I loved OC’s character! #husbandgoalsamen

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