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.

love shooter

Love Shooters

With a title like that, I would not blame anyone for overlooking this movie. But if you are anything like me and occasionally crave that pure unadulterated village storylines, then maybe you might want to reconsider. Love Shoot...



It is always nice to hear a different language in a Nollywood film from the usual Igbo or Yoruba. However this film bills itself as an English language film, it isn't about 70% of the film is in Ibibio. It is subtitled perfectl...

my property

My Property

The name of this movie as well as the actors in it will lead you to believe that this is some kind of comedy, it is not. It is an actual drama and a surprisingly good one as well. There are some comedic moments for sure but tha...

a man for mum

A Man For Mum

The name kind of gives it away, doesn’t it? This is intended as a feel good piece with a simple storyline, a contained cast and low budget. However something about it just looks amateur, this is probably the first movie to co...

King Akabueze

King Akabueze

This is the true definition of an epic movie. Thrilling and suspension, this movie will keep you on the edge of your seat and hooked until the end. It plays its secrets to the chest and doesn’t allow you to find them out ...

sorrowful child

Sorrowful Child

I have talked long and hard about suffering porn. Nollywood just churns out these films although there has been a new crop of interesting twists on the first classics. In that way the familiar storylines that we accord to these...

wonders shall never end

Wonders Shall Never End

There is this trope in western movies and other media called Women in the Fridge, it refers to a plot that sacrifices women and children left and right to bring about a change in a man’s attitude. This is not a good or bad th...

Face of sorrow

Face of Sorrow

I stumbled on Face of Sorrow whilst looking for a family-type movie. It had all the tell-tale signs of potential success in that genre: a family unit, a village champion villain, and a main protagonist girl to cry on cue. I got...


Kosiso (Voice of the Poor)

There’s just something about these family movies. They have a way of keeping you seated for the length of the movie – when done right – even though you knew at the start of the movie exactly how it was going t...