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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,...

Glimpse Review: a beautiful story lacking cinematic cosmetics

Sobi’s Mystic made me a fan of Biodun Stephen’s work, Picture Perfect took the fandom to a different level but Glimpse showed that Superman is sometimes Clark Kent. Biodun’s ability to write a...

Obsession Is Great but Could Have Been Obsessing

  In my review of The Friend Zone, I had talked briefly about my love for the low-budget movies shown on iROKOtv. Obsession, which premiered this past Friday on iROKOtv, follows a formula...

Movie Review: The Friend Zone Is An Enjoyable Comedy.

I am starting to enjoy the low-budget movies showing on iROKOtv and The Friend Zone, which is a low-budget film is totally enjoyable. These low-budget films usually star less known albeit talented...

Movie Review: Catch.er is bold and refreshing but not for everyone.

  Catch.er is one of the movies I look forward to seeing this October. After the acclaimed success of Waltbanger’s 2015 Gbomo Gbomo Express, he established a claim to Nigeria’s finest in the...

A Lawyer’s Review of The Tribunal

About a week or so ago, a friend brought to my attention a so-called legal thriller – The Tribunal (watch trailer), produced by Kunle Afolayan and starring such Nollywood heavyweights such as...

Movie Review: Sobi’s Mystic Shows Nollywood Still Has Great Storytellers

While the Nollywood movies released in the 90s and mid-2000 lacked the technology that the current ones have, they complemented that with compelling stories that would leave you teary, in suspense or...

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