Posts Tagged ‘Ramsey Nouah’
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.



STRIPPEDĀ is an upcoming movie directed by Afe Olomuwe and produced by Neville Sajere. The movie stars Joseph Benjamin, Ramsey Nouah and Beverly Naya in the lead supported by Betty Njoku, Precious Ilami and Daniel Lloyd. SYNOPS...

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...

Confusion Na Wa

Confusion Na Wa

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 ...



There are trailers you see and you are certain that you will not be watching that movie, for me this was one of them. Unfortunately, decisions about whether or not I will be watching those movies are not entirely in my hands so...

The Courier

The Courier

Watching this movie, you cannot escape the overwhelming feeling that something is wrong. Looking at the bits and pieces and parts, they seem mostly right. It was not until the end of the movie that I realized what it was. The m...

Weekend Getaway

Weekend Getaway

The highlight of the entire movie had to be, without a doubt, the ‘electric slide’ dance by the cast and crew. The moment was of course reminiscent of Emem Isong’s “Reloaded” from five years ago. T...


Hotel Babylon

They say don’t judge a book by a cover, and they couldn’t be more correct because if one was to judge this entire movie by the poster, which depicts a stunning Ramsey Nouah spotting a gun overlooking a hotel, one wo...


Breath of Love

It's a nice story with an amazing moral that teaches a life lesson, but it's a boring overly prolonged with too many unnecessary scenes. Now if you could take that amazing moral, cut out any scene that is irrelevant (which woul...

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From the director who brought us great titles like “The Child“, “White Waters“, “Distance Between” and “La Viva”, Izu Ojukwu is now set to release what might come to be identified...