Gugu, the walking wounded, rejects men long before they can get too close to rock her self-imposed exile from love. But to find bliss with the right guy, she must first realise that no man is created equal and that, in love, nice guys not only have staying power but can be just right too. Written by Adze Ugah Mrs. Right Guy was directed by Adze Ugah.

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Critic Reviews (4)

4.6
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Critical Consensus: Average. Mixed reactions.
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TVSA

29 Dec 2016
8.0
I’m no big fan of romantic comedies or of SA films being made up entirely of romantic comedies but this one really got me good and I shall explain why. Let’s dig in… Adze Ugah (director) is no stranger to South African TV and film. ...
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KG'S MOVIE RANTS

29 Dec 2016
2.0
So I watched Mrs Right Guy… There was a fair amount of hype surrounding this film with plenty of my friends eager to see it after seeing the trailer. I, myself, hadn’t seen the trailer but I’m the kind of person who doesn’t need too much conv ...
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IOL

29 Dec 2016
6.0
IMPOSSIBLY glossy people in inappropriate but gorgeous clothing, struggling with their love lives, teetering around on crazy heels and fending off scrubs while looking for Mr Right. ’Tis the stuff that rom-coms are made of in Hollywood, who long ag ...
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YNaija

28 Dec 2016
5.0
In the prologue for Mrs Right Guy, a South African romantic comedy directed by Adze Ugah, a ravishing beauty Gugu (Dineo Moeketsi) wakes up in a picture perfect hotel room in Seychelles on the morning after her wedding day only to find she has been j ...

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Release Date:

May 27th, 2016 (South Africa)

Cinematography:

Tom Marais

Screenplay:

Pusetso Thibedi, Cati Weinek

Editor:

Bruce McLaren-Lyall

Production Designer:

Yolanda Ndhlovu

Sound:

Jean Niemandt

Production Company:

DG Pictures, Fuze Films

Distribution:

Indigenous Film Distribution (South Africa)

Language:

English

Runtime:

84 minutes

Box Office:

R1 million

*opening weekend sales

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