Fix Us tells the story three young ladies who take on a journey of faith and fate. When Naadie (Yvonne Nelson), Chioma (Yvonne Okoro) and Jaya (Alexandra Amon) run into each other at an audition, they are bound by their common dream to be movie stars and form a friendship that can hardly be broken. But when their dreams are eventually actualized, they soon realize that they want even something more from life. Something more that money cannot buy. Something more that fame cannot give. Something more that they must find for themselves.
Not recommended. ‘Fix Us’ is a brazenly useless movie. You pay for it: You pay for pain. Its highlights include; bad acting, shabby story-telling, horrendous make-up and an idiotic story that feels more like badly told gist than a written down story.
Admittedly, there are a few entertaining sequences sprinkled here and there (all available thanks going to Mr Bakare in particular and Mr Duncan too with the remainder). Unfortunately, all those “here and there” reside in the middle of a thick moat of stinking crap that will make you shake with anger. And then? There’s “Part 2”!Pathetic!