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Ooga Booga

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Revenge is served on a spear when dirty cops brutally murder DEVIN, an innocent African-American med student. Devin’s soul is magically transferred into the body of an action figure named OOGA BOOGA. Armed only with his tribal weapon and the help of his old girlfriend, DONNA, Ooga Booga takes to the streets and trailer parks to find the men who stole his bright future away from him. The bodies begin to pile up as Ooga Booga slices and dices his way through crooked cops, meth heads and demented city officials in order to clear his name. Racists beware! You won’t even have enough time to scream, “Ooga Booga!”

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Nowadays it is very rare to see movies that can really come in handy in real life, so Ooga Booga has become a truly valuable find for me.

A wonderful movie with a twisted plot, which in 2013 was accompanied by great posters and promo shots, it was nice to see Ciarra Carter, Corey MacIntosh, Dallas James, Gregory Blair, Gregory Niebel, Karen Black, Philip Rosch, Stacy Keach, Wade Forrest Wilson in one project.

Every time I come across a new movie in the genre of Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, I postpone everything, Ooga Booga pleasantly surprised me: a delightful plot that was revealed thanks to an emotional and live performance.

The movie turned out to be very organic, there is no other detail in it, perfectly balanced: dynamics, tension, musical accompaniment, 87 min minutes flew by in one breath.

Despite the dryish script in places, Charles Band created a good movie: the atmosphere is perfectly conveyed, everything in the frame looks natural, each actor is in his place.

The characters are interesting and not stereotyped, but the Ciarra Carter, Corey MacIntosh, Dallas James, Gregory Blair, Gregory Niebel, Karen Black, Philip Rosch, Stacy Keach, Wade Forrest Wilson, who brought them to life, pumped up a little, because they did not always play their roles reliably, apparently, they could not fully feel their heroes.