Possibly one of the most awaited Nigerian movies, Amina is finally on its way to our screens. The movie which has been in production for over two years is being produced by Okechukwu Ogunjiofor (Living In Bondage) and directed by Izu Ojukwu. The movie [...]
B.I.G is a comedy movie about a ghost who is scared to go to heaven because he doesn’t have a soulmate, so he convinces God to give him three days to fall in love. He is then paired with the cantankerous firecracker Ijeoma, who will do anything to save [...]
Produced and directed by Asurf Oluseyi, Hakkunde is an inspirational drama-comedy featuring Kunle Idowu (Frank Donga), Rahama Sadau, Toyin Abraham, Ali Nuhu, Tunbosun Aiyedehin, Maryam Booth, Ibrahim Daddy, Alhaji Isa Bello, Adebukola Oladipupo and Tomiwa [...]
OJUKOKORO is an upcoming comedy-crime thriller directed by Dare Olaitan and produced by Olufemi D Ogunsanwo. It features an ensemble cast of Wale Ojo, Tope Tedela, Seun Ajayi , Linda Ejiofor, Somkele Idahalama, Ali Nuhu, Oyetoro Hafiz, Kayode Olaya, [...]
After watching this movie I let it marinate for a couple days before writing a review. “That’s just how deep it was?” you ask? No not really, I wanted to be able to separate the hype from the movie. And after 4 days, I’m still [...]
Watching so many Nollywood movies has taught me one thing: "go in with as little expectations as possible if you intend to leave happy" and that's exactly what I did, and I did leave happy thank you very much.
'Hamza' was the first Hausa movie I ever saw (and last) and I'm not certain it really counts as an Hausa/Kannywood movie because most of the dialogue was in English, but for argument sake, let's call it an Hausa movie.
We've seen this story before. We've seen it numerous times over. Thankfully, the other versions were better than this one (I don't remember any specific one, but I'm pretty certain it would be quite the task to beat this movie when it comes to [...]