You couldn't possibly have been as excited as I was to see the trailer for Lunch Time Heroes. I mean... you think you were excited, but I promise you that your excitement was child's play in comparison to mine. But then I saw the movie.
We all know that Ruth Kadiri can act. In fact in our last review for "Stolen Lives" we reaffirmed this. However, if somewhere along the line you've managed to forget that Ruth Kadiri can write too (and booooy does she write) then this movie is here to [...]
The movie 'Stolen Lives' is almost like a throwback to old nollywood. You know those good old times when our storylines had different faces, an actual storyline and still managed to be entertaining? Yeah, that.
Mummy Dearest is the story of a mother of five who tries to keep in touch with all five of her children after they are grown and gone from home. She is relatively successful in doing this with all of her children except for her only son. He, played by [...]
The story is centered on three individuals, Chukwuma, Babatunde and Raheem (quite the WAZOBIA line-up) who are all individually struggling to make it financially in the Nigerian economic environment. Each of them are educated but have been unable to [...]
Amarachi is the story of a young lady who lives in the village and is in love with her village boyfriend, Ikenna. Ikenna loves football and that is all he knows. Her uncle disapproves of the union because he wants to marry her off to someone wealthy but [...]
Autism in Nigeria is not a well talked about or even well-known subject but here comes a film that not only addresses it respectfully – no juju involved , thank God – but also does not shy away from the realities of a parent with an autistic child.
Nneka My Daughter is the story of a family with two wives where the husband married the second wife while seeking a male child. Many years later, all the children have grown up and Nneka, his first daughter from his first wife, is resolute to turn the [...]