African Movie Reviews

 


CINEMATIC Reviews
18%
a few good men

A Few Good Men

After watching so many movies you start to take away a few things. You begin to appreciate things that you otherwise would take for granted such as the use of silence instead of persistent music, the unhighlighted drama within ...
19%
devil in a dress

Devil In A Dress

This was one of those movies where you hit play on but cannot find the motivation to continue to watch. The story is played out - or so it seems at first glance. The cast consists of the usual culprits and the trailer, synopsis...
35%
tunnel2

Tunnel

Don’t we all just love Christian movies and all the hidden (and sometimes not-so-hidden) morals that it tries to teach us after every other scene. It should make it harder to review the movies, I think. You know, because ...
39%
Make A Move

Make A Move

“Don’t you dare tell me about love for dance, don’t even try it. That’s the one thing that makes me forget about how broke I am, or how messed up my family is, or how stressful my whole life is, do you h...

24%
sisters at war

Sisters at War

Somewhere along the lines in theĀ attempt to be too different from everyone and everything else, this movie lost me completely. Sisters at war is the story of two sisters – Jackie Appiah and Okawa Shaznay – who are ...
54%
knocking on heaven's door - official

Knocking on Heaven’s Door

Knocking on Heaven's Door tells the story of a talented female gospel star - played ever so gracefully by the surprising Adesua Etomi - who leads a contradictory life. On the outside she appears like the perfect christian with ...
43%
alero's symphony

Alero’s Symphony

There has never been an Izu Ojukwu movie that I liked or ever thought of as ‘good’. Every Izu Ojukwu movie that I have ever seen till date, I’ve always loved and thought of as great. After seeing Alero’s...