Posts Tagged ‘Ini Edo’
the perfect plan

The Perfect Plan

I went into this expecting some low level, low-effort rehash of an implausible story but what i got instead was an emotional and character driven story. Neither original nor new, this film took very different paths to a familia...

while you slept

While You Slept

"While You Slept" is the story of a recently widowed woman, played by Ini Edo, who meets a woman - Venita Akpofure - claiming to have been her late husband's 'other wife'. This lady starts from a claim on title and progresses t...

knocking on heaven's door - official

Knocking on Heaven’s Door

Knocking on Heaven's Door tells the story of a talented female gospel star - played ever so gracefully by the surprising Adesua Etomi - who leads a contradictory life. On the outside she appears like the perfect christian with ...


Kosiso (Voice of the Poor)

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 t...

Ekaette goes to school

Ekaette Goes To School

This movie starts off slow but it gains momentum and holds you captive. Funny and interesting with a side of advocacy this is the second education-is-good film that Ini Edo is doing however this is miles better than the other o...

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...

Keeping My Man

Keeping My Man

Keeping my man genuinely attempts to recreate a scenario that depicts modern day marital problems amongst the ‘twenty first century couple’. However, it comes off mostly as a wannabe “Why did I get married too...

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...

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Desperate Housegirls

After reading the title of this movie, here’s something I really didn’t expect to be saying at the end, “I really enjoyed that movie” and here’s why… On seeing the title it doesn’t real...


Paint My Life

Mental illness in Nigeria is still a taboo subject, still something that is viewed as caused by ‘those in the village’ and still not talked about or addressed. In Nollywood, filmmakers have taken to the subject sometimes su...