Tag: Nollywood movie review

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Ghana must go finds comic gold in the ugly past In political and diplomatic terms, the events of...

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Adesuwa (Misola Iyun), a princess, is coaxed by her brother, the king, to get married; so he can...

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One Fine Day Nina (Bimbo Peters) is scarred by an encounter with a rapist; her subsequent actions embarrass...

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Dark It is appalling when people fail to identify their forte, thereby dabbling with jobs they can hardly...

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Oxford Gardens A fabulous film will never fail to resonate with an appreciative audience. Oxford Gardens, another film...

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A Soldier’s Story Newly married Major Egan (Tope Tedela) is to compelled by unforeseen circumstances to leave his...

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Shattered Romance   Desmond (James Gardiner) and Susan (Juliet Ibrahim) are about to get married, but Desmond is...

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 Review Of Mo Abudu's 'Fifty' Fifty could be said to be a 21st century version of Glamour Girls,...

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Stolen Lives Amarachi (Owumi Ugbeye), a naive secondary school leaver, is raped and decides to keep the resulting...

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Silent Tears Ishaya Bako, the director of Fuelling Poverty, the documentary that highlights the rot in Nigeria’s oil...

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Once Senseless violent crises have almost become part of the Nigerian life.  The violent militia and terrorist groups...

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Family on Fire (Wahala Kunle) Kunle, the youngest of three brothers, is without any means of livelihood though...

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Timothy If self-medication in itself is dangerous, then its combination with quackery can only be fatal.  It is...

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Banjo Ogunleye (Femi Jacobs) seeks to re-orientate a group of prostitutes by taking recordings of his wife Iquo...

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One senses that Chika Ike’s motivation for telling this story stems from the work her foundation, Help a...

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The first five to six minutes of this film is a brilliant hook, which tells the viewer that...

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Muna (Adesua Etomi) rejects euthanasia for her husband, Imoh (Kunle Remi), who is in a protracted coma and...

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Walter Taylaur, the director of the award-winning short film, Wages, holds his audience spellbound with his tale on...

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Remi Vaughan-Richards’ Faaji Agba, a historical documentary on the music of Fatai Rolling Dollar, Alaba Pedro, Eji Oyewole,...

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Ojuju Fela (Chidozie Sambasa Nzeribe) is bitten by a staggering neighbour played by Paul Utomi.  He becomes ill...