Comparative to the American Oscar: This is how esteemed the AMVCA could be regarded. The much anticipated event held on Saturday, 1st September 2018, at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos. An initiative of Multichoice and Africa Magic, the 6th edition of the annual Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards treated key movie … Continue reading Inside AMVCA 2018
If you are a huge fan of The Big Screen, you probably would be conversant with the Ocean’s trilogy: Ocean’s Eleven, Ocean’s Twelve and Ocean’s Thirteen. If not, that’s why I’m here: to let you know. And just when we thought we’ve seen all there is about the Oceans, another quite independent act was added … Continue reading OCEAN’S 8: How Much Longer Will It Take Nollywood?
First of all, introduction: “My name is Mike, I’m a ghost”. “My name is Isila, I’m a tout”. Or frustrated enough: “Okay, me too, I am a ghost. You’re a ghost. Oya leave me alone. Ghosts don’t play”. #SpoilersAlert there… Alright. Let’s review! The Ghost and the Tout is a Nollywood movie whose story revolves … Continue reading THE GHOST AND THE TOUT – THE SUPREME MOVIE REVIEW!
Hear the name and one thing pops to mind. The MCU movie! The movie casts were appealing as they did justice to the characters they enacted (no DC shade intended ..lol). In no preferential order, I shall be discussing them, as well as giving a Naija scrutiny to their roles. Yea! Shuri (Letitia Wright). Acting as Black … Continue reading Black Panther– The Nigerian Viewpoint
Yet another thrilling movie from the stables of Ebonylife TV! Executively produced by Mo Abudu and directed by Ishaya Bako, The RHH came with a touch of goodness – starring Zainab Balogun as Ope, Kenneth Okoli as Deji, Deyemi Okanlawon as Martins, Jide Kosoko as Chief Segun Adeniyi, Racheal Oniga as Rose Adeniyi, Kemi Lala … Continue reading THE ROYAL HIBISCUS HOTEL – THE MOVIE REVIEW
After a little hiccup here and there, the much anticipated movie “Okafor’s law” finally hits Nigerian cinemas. This movie is based on ‘Okafor’s law of Congodynamics'(C1+P=oo) which states that once a Congo has been shined once(C1), it can always be shined(Coo) provided it was shined properly(P) the previous times. It is written, directed and produced … Continue reading Okafor’s Law – The ultimate movie review
As a Nigerian who fancies weddings a lot and has been lucky enough not to have been bounced from all the ones i have brought down with my exuberance, (Lol. I wish I was that much fun) i’d say Kemi Adetiba did a tremendous job at portraying the typical Nigerian wedding. The movie which is … Continue reading Nollywood Movie Review- The Wedding Party