The producers of the hit movie “Introducing The Kujus” have returned with a sequel titled “The Kujus Again,” and we had the opportunity to watch it.
“The Kujus Again” follows the story of the family gathering once more, this time at a hotel resort for the traditional wedding of Mauyon and Lily. However, things quickly take a turn for the worse as underlying tensions meet unfortunate incidents involving missing money and people.
The sequel brings back the stars of “Introducing The Kujus,” including Bisola Aiyeola, Femi Jacobs, Bimbo Ademoye, MC Lively, Kunle Remi, Timini Egbuson, Mimi Onalaja, Chris Iheuwa, and Ronke Odusanya.
In this installment, we are treated to the appearance of Don Jazzy, who plays the character Don. It was exciting to see Don Jazzy, the maverick producer and extraordinary artist, seamlessly transition from comedy skits to the big screen. His presence adds a fresh charm and a new twist to the beloved family drama.
Don Jazzy gives us more reasons to be excited about the sequel, and he ensures that it lives up to expectations. Unlike “Domitilla Reboot,” “The Kujus Again” brings back the riveting intrigues and drama that kept fans on the edge of their seats.
The movie portrays the idea that despite sibling rivalries, disagreements, and even hatred, family members will go to great lengths to help and support each other when it matters most. “The Kujus Again” reaffirms the bond of family, showcasing the importance of unity despite differences.
While it was evident that the movie aimed to promote a particular resort in Badagry, it was entertaining to witness the drama unfold. We were eager to see more of Bimbo Ademoye, but her character had less prominence throughout the film. The parts involving the search for Lily’s parents dragged on and became tiresome.
As for the conclusion, it was quite unconventional for a traditional marriage ceremony, which added a humorous touch to the storyline.
One thing to note is that for comedy movies in Nigeria, it’s best not to expect the script to always make complete sense. Enjoy the humor as much as possible, and don’t be disappointed if your lofty expectations aren’t fully met. “The Kujus Again” falls into this category of movies, providing light-hearted entertainment.