Posts Tagged ‘Desmond Elliot’
don't cry for me

Don’t Cry For Me

Simplistic storylines are just not going to cut it this year. If you start a movie well, and spend money on it, and actually intrigue the viewer with your storyline for a bit and then you choose to round things up with some sim...



Falling is an upcoming movie produced and written by Uduak Isong-Oguamanam and directed by Niyi Akinmolayan. It stars Blossom Chukwujekwu, Adesua Etomi, Desmond Elliot, Kofi Adjorlolo, Oyekunle Rhemmy, Tamara Eteimo, Deyemi O...

30 days in atlanta

30 Days in Atlanta

If Osuofia in London was made in 2014 with two actors instead of one, younger actors instead of an older one, Atlanta instead of London and a love angle instead of an inheritance angle, it would be this movie.

the department

COMING SOON: The Department

Inkblot Productions, in association with Closer Pictures, will release its first feature film “The Department” in cinemas on January 30th 2015. The Department features:  Desmond Elliot (When Love Happens) as Effiong Akpod...

birthday bash

Birthday Bash

Birthday Bash is surprisingly a very funny movie, that will get you cracking really hard, due to the performances of a few outstanding actors, howbeit, it’s that sort of movie you are watching with your friends and while laug...

when love happens

COMING SOON: When Love Happens

WHEN LOVE HAPPENS is a high art and glossy romantic comedy about the lives of 3 twenty something professionals in a modern technology connected Lagos and the hilarious and often bizarre adventures in finding romance. The movie...

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...


Unforgivable (Ainidariji)

After reading the synopsis for unforgivable I had lofty ideas in my head so imagine my surprise when the movie started and for 30-45 minutes I was accosted with the typical Yoruba movie presentation. Those 30-45 minutes were an...

after the proposal

After The Proposal

There is a comment on a review of one of the many Uche Jombo movies on NR and it states – and I paraphrase – that the great thing about watching Uche Jombo movies is the security. Going in, you don’t have to...

Finding Mercy

Finding Mercy

Finding Mercy is one of those movies that's easy and fun to watch not because it's exceptionally fascinating or intriguing in the least bit. It takes an atypical situation and wedges it in between regular day-to-day conflicts o...