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a place called happy

A Place Called Happy

A place called happy is definitely not a weist! The movie gets right into the storyline from the get go and with only 60 minutes of screen time it packs so much more emotion and content in than many movies have been able to in ...
 
 
 
 
 
eight

Eight

You will walk out of this movie wondering what just happened? And I do not intend that in the ‘inception’ sense of the phrase. I mean legitimately, if you make it to the end of this movie, you will wonder what kind ...
 
 
 
 
 
dooshima

Dooshima

The first few minutes of "Dooshima" were not encouraging. The only recognizable actor was Maureen Ihua and all other actor's in the frame seemed to be doing their best to test the viewer's patience. However, the movie eventuall...
 
 
 
 
 
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...
 
 
 
 
 
finding love

Finding Love

Finding love is one big misguided mess with so many areas with potentials for greatness that end up falling short because someone involved in production did not follow through.
 
 
 
 
 
ikogosi

Ikogosi

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...