Dada, a mischievously sadistic six-year old, constantly bothers his neighbors with stealing and pranks... See full synopsis »

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Ijeoma Angel Boniface
Okey Billy Boniface
Osita Iheme
Camilla Mberekpe
Okechukwu Obioha
Francis Odega
Chinwe Owoh
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Dada, a mischievously sadistic six-year old, constantly bothers his neighbors with stealing and pranks... See full synopsis »

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Maybe the best movie to come out of Africa in a good while!
24 January 2012 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I cannot believe no one i know hasn't watched this, it should be considered the Citizen Cane of African movies! You see Baby Police is GROUND breaking for it's time being, it's almost REVOLUTIONARY not only in terms of filmography but in terms of poetry, music, video games and humanity ITSELF! The story is based on a baby, that might in fact be one of the smartest babies alive, in fact i enjoy comparing this movie to Baby Geniuses by Bob Clark, of course this is a unfair comparison... Baby Police wins obviously by a MILE! Dada is so smart he can outsmart the entire village he habitats! He's enjoys playing pranks on inferior people than him and he knows how to survive in the cruel world of Africa by stealing TVs and tricking several other people all to survive the African Mecha Wars. A Truly beautiful struggle if i say myself, there where scenes of him that brang me to tears of how strong a baby can be! In fact this movie should be shown to all the babies considering i believe it would increase the brain size of a human TEN FOLD, thus making the human race evolve more and MORE! As the title says, he does become a Police in the last minutes (this shouldn't be a spoiler due to the fact that the title already gives away the entire plot) and later on has to do Police stuff due to a punishment, this struggle of him and the police also brang me to tears because he couldn't smoke weed while in front of the police force and that really is something PRETTY worrying! The dialog in this movie is as good as filmography gets, they are so emotional and symbolic and in my opinion this movie may be the most quotable movie of all times. Phrases such as "You are the No." and "God Speed, Bring the Weed." are always to be kept in my heart for it has helped me confront my fears in life.

For me Baby Police was like being a starving baby in Africa later to be feed the most delicious and tummy-fulling dish of all the planet cooked by Gordon Ramsay! Needles to say, it didn't also save me from dying but it made happy with the most delicious thing i ever ate. I totally recommend this movie for people who grandma's are dying and have a sense of culture in there hearts.


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