Amarachi is the story of a young lady who lives in the village and is in love with her village boyfriend, Ikenna. Ikenna loves football and that is all he knows. Her uncle disapproves of the union because he wants to marry her off to someone wealthy but [...]
It is very rare that I wish a six part movie could go on for longer but I did. Kept looking at the amount of parts left and wishing it was longer. This was a well-crafted, well told and very creative story. Easily going to be in my top ten of the year.
This could have been a really good movie. I could have been saying really good things about this movie. If. They. Had. Just. Cut. It. Down. Seriously, this thing has over three different storylines, only marginally connected to the main storyline. But it [...]
There’s just something about these family movies. They have a way of keeping you seated for the length of the movie – when done right – even though you knew at the start of the movie exactly how it was going to end, and for some of them [...]
I went into Brothers’ War in search of a family movie, a little feud, a little drama and its over. The fact that it was 40% Igbo was an extra bonus for me because I find that nowadays – and by nowadays I mean June and July 2013 – the [...]
‘Absolute Power’ is yet another royal art academy movie from a debutante director (or at least I think this is his/her first work). The movie addresses a prevalent issue in the Nigerian tertiary education system from a moralistic karma-like [...]
It is so aggravating to think that after so many years of cinema, especially of making the same movies over and over again, we still haven’t perfected the act of destroying a villain at the end of the movie. It’s 2013 and forgive me for [...]