Anchor Baby movie set for Toronto cinema release!

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After a very successful Toronto premiere at the AMC Yonge and Dundas cinemas and a blockbuster cinema releases of the award winning film Anchor Baby in Nigeria and other West african countries, the brains behind it are very happy to release the movie in Toronto, at the Albion Cinemas, Etobicoke.

The cinema is a newly refurbished 600 seater big screen cinema located at 1530 Albion Road, (Finch & Kipling) inside Albion Mall, Etobicoke, Ontario. Showtime is 7pm Daily. Please note that this is not a one day event. This is an actual theatrical release of one of the movie Anchor Baby. It’s an ongoing daily release starting from July 8th. Meet some of the cast and crew members on the opening night July 8th and have your questions answered about the movie. Also, some cast and crew members will be sneaking in everyday of the week to watch the movie with the general audience. So, the person next to you might be one of the cast & crew. Anchor Baby is an emotional story of an African couple living in the U.S. on a daring journey to achieve the “American Dream” for their unborn child. The struggles and pains they had to go through and their sacrifices are highlighted in this movie. The 95 minutes of this film will blow your mind. It’s a movie critics around the world are calling “Simply Amazing”. Mark the date and tell all your friends and families. We need take Anchor Baby to more cinemas and that depends on the success of this release. Spread the word and support Anchor Baby by coming out with the whole family to see it in it’s opening week. It’s a movie that everyone needs to see.

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Habeeb Lawal

Habeeb Lawal

I'm a young writer, blogger, budding filmmaker & avid entertainment enthusiast who would give anything to have a nice quiet moment filled with sparks. A final yr Theatre Arts UNILAG undergrad, I combine running my blog with writing screen-plays for Nollywood movies/soaps like Ese Akoko & Ka anyi siebi.

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  1. You cannot help but commend the quality of Nollywood movies being released and premiered in cinemas these days.Even though we are still lagging behind Hollywood and Bollywood,at least,we are making efforts to improve the quality of the movies being shot.Kudos to the players and stakeholders in the Niigerian movie scene.

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