Uganda's president gives Captain Alex the mission to defeat the Tiger Maffia, but Alex gets killed in the process. Upon hearing the tragic news, his brother investigates to avenge Alex, hence the title Who Killed Captain Alex.
A loving husband and father, Isaac is an unlikely multi-hyphenate action filmmaker working from his home in the slums of Wakaliga, Uganda. This funny, touching and inspiring story ... See full summary »
Love takes a furry twist in this slice of romantic comedy. A young woman falls for a stray dog with a secret: by night, it becomes a man. Follow the journey of the golden retriever and the friend who gives him a home.
A mafia leader's brother is captured in a shootout, prompting a revenge attack on the army camp. But when troop leader Captain Alex is killed during a raid, a violent war escalates between the two sides. The captain's brother takes matters into his own hands, while mafia henchmen take to the skies to bomb Kampala. Narrated with energy and wit by 'Video Joker' Emmie, ultra-low budget thriller Who Killed Captain Alex became an international viral sensation when its trailer first hit YouTube. Self-taught film-maker Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey produced, directed, shot, wrote and edited the film from his home in the slums of Uganda (a.k.a 'Wakaliwood') for under $200.Written by
Editing and post-production were done by I.G.G. Nabwana using old computers he assembled from scrap parts. See more »
[Alex's brother wakes up on a makeshift bed on a tree]
[Alex's brother gets up]
Time for exercise.
[he starts unloading his bag from the tree]
A master from Southern Hemisphere. Of Uganda.
[he jumps off the tree]
Ugandan Bruce Lee. We call him Bruce U.
[he picks up his bag and some branches]
He just want to be alone. To focus on vengeance. But first, he needs to eat.
[...] See more »
I have created an IMDb account just to review this movie. I don't even know where to start explaining the way in which this movie has touched and impressed me.
When watching it, you have to leave all your standards and expectations regarding cinematography behind because only then you can see it for the true masterpiece that it is. The whole context in which it was made adds to the beauty of it. The fighting scenes, especially the ones involving kung fu are, in my opinion, quite good even compared to Hollywood blockbusters. The acting doesn't even matter. The VJ, although I thought it would be rather annoying, turned out to be in fact really funny and exactly what this movie needed.
I applaud the whole cast and crew who produced with professionalism and dedication such a humble, hilarious and *action packed movie* on the lowest budget I have ever heard of.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this