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Loving Daniella is a lighthearted Psychological Drama You Should See

Mental health issues have been receiving a lot of attention in the Nigerian media recently but much of the talk has been focused on depression and rightly so. In...

In Let Karma, Biodun Stephen and her cast are handicapped by a safe story.

Biodun Stephen is known as one of Nollywood’s most captivating screenwriter. If you are a regular consumer of Irokotv movies then you must have enjoyed some of her stories, from the well-written...

Lionheart Review: A heartfelt love letter to South-Eastern Nigeria

In an interview with film critic Oris Aigbokhaevbolo on The Africa Report, Genevieve Nnaji mentioned two things she does not like about the current state of Nollywood: the lack of original Nigerian...

Chief Daddy: Nollywood Holiday Movie of The Year

I had decided I was not going to see Chief Daddy in cinemas. Another box-office focused comedy from EbonyLife? I will wait for it to come to MyFilmHouse, Netflix, or EbonyLife in-house...

King of Boys Shows Kemi Adetiba has the Biggest Balls in Nollywood

When Kemi Adetiba dropped the trailer for her sophomore feature, King of Boys, she built sky-level expectations. Nollywood trailers are mostly a mess, they do not get you interested in the movie...

The Royal Hibiscus Hotel Review: Mo Abudu finally produces a delightful rom-com

All four movies executive produced by Mo Abudu are in the top ten highest grossing Nigerian movies of all time. She is business savvy like that. While she is the king (or...

The Wedding Party 2 Review: Hilarious, Enjoyable but not Great

The Wedding Party 2 was supposed to have exciting foreplay, long-lasting main event, and a beautiful climax. Instead, it had rushed foreplay, a not-so-main event, and no climax. Let me explain.

Omoye Review: Not Just a Movie, a Course on Domestic Violence.

2017 has been a crazy year, with different trends, protests, agitations, political unrest across the world, but one thing that really stood out was the discussion on abuse on women – physically,...

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