The Ghanaian movie industry is definitely on the ascendency. Gone are the days when movie storylines were so predictable that once they began, you knew exactly how they were going to end. With new entrants such as Blue Ray Pictures, that era of predictability may be coming to an end. Blue Ray Pictures? first movie WRONG TARGET featuring John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson promises a unique movie experience characterized as a welcomed departure from the norm.
The multiple conflicts in WRONG TARGET are woven together perfectly, and they develop into an explosive crescendo where Kofi Aggrey (Dumelo) proves that in spite of his seeming wimpy personality as a software developer, he can quickly trade his business suits for a Rambo-like demeanor that dwarfs the mean spirits of the two competing gangs in the movie.
The storyline of WRONG TARGET, according to John Dumelo, involves ?50 percent of what we are doing, and 50 percent of what we are yet to do.? Supporting Actress Crystabel Ekeh (Rose) adds that when you see the story ?you think you can guess the end, but then when your guess is right, just then your guess is wrong.?
These two stars are not alone in their wowed praise of the compelling story of WRONG TARGET. Other cast members were equally intrigued. Edward Agyekum Kufuor (Former president?s son) who played ?Agyaa? thinks it is a ?welcomed departure from the everyday story we see in Ghanaian movies,? Liberian star known for his mean looking characters, Dream Debo (Naked) thinks the ?twists and the mechanisms placed in the story to make it work? are amazing. And Marrie Ganaah who played gang leader (Suraj) says ?the storyline is so tight, and it is not the normal love love stories that we shoot here in Ghana.?
But as intriguing as WRONG TARGET?S storyline is, perhaps the action movie?s most interesting attribute is the special effects that Ace director/editor Samuel Owusu Asare incorporated into the finished product. From the impressive car explosion and a camera tracking of a bullet traveling through the air to hit its target, Blue Ray Pictures? debut effort promises to carve out a niche in the Ghanaian movie industry not yet ventured into.
In addition, viewers are treated to extra features such as interviews of cast and crew members, deleted scenes, and behind the scenes footage. WRONG TARGET premieres in late July.

Source:?Nkrumah, Jermaine


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