being single

Being Single

What is the difference between a movie like "Why Did I Get Married" and a Pastor Bimbo Odukoya sermon? One tells you the story and allows you to extract the message, one tells you the message and permits you to apply your own s...



Could this movie have been better? To say it could have been better is to assume that it had something good to start with. It did show a little promise; not in effort but the intricate and controversial nature of the themes it ...

friends or foes

Friends Or Foes

Umm... Is there a part two for this? Did they just run out of film/time/energy/money? This is not the kind of film that should end on a cliff-hanger, if that was the intention of the filmmaker. It literally just ends. Plot unr...

happy death day

Happy Death Day

This is bad. This is so bad. This is really bad. It was all a dream guys! It was all a stupid, inconsistent and ill-conceived dream that makes no sense in the context of the film and out of it. No good film has ever ended it a...

house girl lover

Housegirl Lover

I saw this movie after seeing "Love Regardless", and if there was one thing I learned from 'Love Regardless' it was to not disregard a movie off the bat.So even if the beginning and middle parts are torturous, persevere because...

pregnant oath

Pregnant Oath

This could have been a really good movie. I could have been saying really good things about this movie. If. They. Had. Just. Cut. It. Down. Seriously, this thing has over three different storylines, only marginally connected to...



Bambitious is the story of an ambitious young lady, Bambi, who is dating a lax complacent character called Frank. She eventually gets fed up with the lifestyle that she is living with him and decides to break up with him. After...

the best man

The Best Man

“There are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong, or useless pain. The sort of pain that’s only suffering. I have no patience for useless things” – Francis Underwood (House of Cards. ...

pot of gold

Pot of Gold

Whoever wrote this must be some kind of sadist. I often complain about Nollywood’s obsession with watching people suffer but even with this one I was enthralled. Warning to those of faint heart, you will cry and cry a lot.



Folly is the story of a seemingly dysfunctional family of three - one mother and two daughters. The mother, played by Joke Silva, spots alcohol as her favorite accessory much to the dismay of her...