Posts Tagged ‘Yul Edochie’
 
 
 
 
 
idemili

Idemili

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 i...


 
 
 
 
 
dooshima

Dooshima

The first few minutes of "Dooshima" were not encouraging. The only recognizable actor was Maureen Ihua and all other actor's in the frame seemed to be doing their best to test the viewer's patience. However, the movie eventuall...


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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...



 
 
 
 
 
wonders shall never end

Wonders Shall Never End

There is this trope in western movies and other media called Women in the Fridge, it refers to a plot that sacrifices women and children left and right to bring about a change in a man’s attitude. This is not a good or bad th...


 
 
 
 
 
love and oil

Love and Oil

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 ...



 
 
 
 
 
kosiso

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...


 
 
 
 
 
amanda ebeye

Ugly September

I have been saying for ages that Amanda Ebeye is an undiscovered gem, quietly working behind the recognition of most Nollywood fans and it is perfectly demonstrated here. She has a huge range of acting skills however I will con...



 
 
 
 
 
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Restless Soul

Restless Soul is an appealing movie that would have been even more appealing if they knew what they were doing. The movie tells the story of a young boy from a poor home who goes on to become an apprentice for a wealthy man in ...


 
 
 
 
 
brothers war

Brothers’ War

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 a...


 
 
 
 
 
Absolute Power

Absolute Power

‘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 fro...