Movie Review: Sidechic Gang

A movie written and directed by Peter Sedufia. Comedy


Nana Ama McBrown, Lydia Forson, Adjetey Anang, Late Bishop Nyarko, Sika Osei, Akorfa Asiedu, Beverly Afaglo


Cheating, unfaithfulness, family, love


A group of three girls – Baaba (Lydia Forson), Pokua (Nana Ama McBrown) and Fella (Sika Osei) decide to set up an ushering business. They later abandon it and focus on exposing cheating husbands. Things seem to be going very well till they are hit with their least expectation.


This is another nice comic movie with a simple story line. So Pokuaa’s wish to expose Mr Sampa (Bernard Nyarko) finally led to a business?

These ladies rented a car and even after their business boomed, they were still using the same car? How? For how long did they rent it and also how come they always used the green car considering the fact that they could easily be traced?

The part where Adjetey Anang came in, I suspected something especially the time he was filling the form. So wait all, Adjetey Anang paid all those monies for what? Just to punish?

Very nice movie. I love the acting. Sika Osei’s performance was a little below standard.

Overall, I’ll rate the movie 80%


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