Nigerian Movie Reviews

 


Emem Isong
 
 
 
 
 
Glass Slippers

Glass Slippers

If there's one thing you can rely on about Emem Isong movies, especially the ones that don't go to the cinema, it's their simplicity. They are pretty cut and dry about their intentions from the go. This movie is called glass sl...

 
 
 
 
 
spotlight

Spotlight

Spotlight follows the lives of a few individuals who enroll in a six week acting academy. First we have Hope James played by Mena Sodje who is a struggling actress. Hope, the average pidgin toting daughter of a Mushin road-side...


 
 
 
 
 
The Banker

The Banker

The Banker is a movie about a young lady whose father-in-law-to-be is opposed to her relationship with his son because of what she does. The young lady, played by Mbong Amata, is a marketer in a bank, and according to the fathe...

 
 
 
 
 
Before God& Man poster

Before God And Man

What happened to those cute little love stories that Nollywood used to mass produce like they were going out of style? Now everything must be complicated and over the top. I originally thought that this movie was going to be Ci...


 
 
 
 
 
mrs somebody

Mrs Somebody

Mrs. Somebody's success arises from the fact that the story is one that most Nigerian ladies are much too familiar with. It's appeal for the hopeless romantic, such as myself, is in how unabated and shamelessly it sticks to the...


 
 
 
 
 
all that glitters

All That Glitters

In most African nations they tend to be adages about every other thing, so I’m almost entirely certain that out there somewhere is an adage that goes something like one must first learn to crawl before he walks and to run...

 
 
 
 
 
stolen tomorrow

Stolen Tomorrow

I give it to Nollywood! We are the only ones who would be able to tarnish a success in cutting down on the number of movies with numerous parts by making  a one part movie seem longer than ‘a cry for help’. Stolen ...