This is a shameless shameless amalgamation of many action movies. Despite this, this has been the best action movie I have watched to date, which isn't saying much considering how notoriously bad these types of Nollywood movies are.
There has never been an Izu Ojukwu movie that I liked or ever thought of as ‘good’. Every Izu Ojukwu movie that I have ever seen till date, I’ve always loved and thought of as great. After seeing Alero’s Symphony, however, I guess [...]
Nowadays, there are not many Nigerian home videos that are appealing. Either it is trying to be too many things at once that it ends up being nothing or it is not trying to be anything and still ends up being nothing. Love and Oil was indeed a pleasant [...]
I dislike everything about this movie; I was actively infuriated by its clichés and unoriginality. I hate the characters so much, I hated the story, and I hated the concept. Man, I had a bad day when I watched this and it certainly didn’t help.I [...]
Journey of Tears has the appeal of a family home video, it starts off with a family and the story is generally family oriented, until it really isn’t. It tells the story of a not very average family living in a not very average family situation. A [...]
This film was literally agony to get through. Slow, dry, it dragged and some of its plot elements were frankly ridiculous. I still have not watched it to the end because of how annoying it got. Who do you think is to blame when a film misrepresents itself [...]
In this era where Nigerian movies are being shown in the cinemas and standards are being raised to critical acclaim some things shouldn’t be encouraged. One of such is this movie. I think it shouldn’t have been made at all. When I saw Mercy [...]
The revival of cinema culture in Nollywood is one that is much commended, however, am I the only one that was hoping that this would be an avenue that highlights only the best in Nollywood? Thinking a movie went to cinemas, in my opinion, is usually an [...]