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All you need to know about The Wedding Party Part 2 + official trailer

- Movie, Trailers
The Wedding Party 2 Review

The ELFIKE Film Collective have released the official trailer for The Wedding Party Part 2. A teaser was released some weeks back but now we have the total package.

The trailer features interesting scenes including the mistake proposal by Nonso (Enyinna Nwigwe) to Deardre (Daniella Down), the oyinbo bridesmaid, but who does that? There is also a MAMA G moment at the wedding. So, plenty to look forward to.

You can watch the trailer to the highly anticipated Wedding Party Part 2 below. Read More

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

- Movies, Reviews
Catch.er Review

 

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 crime genre. So, many, including me, were pumped to see Catch.er.

I finally did, and I have mixed feeling about the movie. The idea was great; execution was nowhere near perfect. Read More

Amina Trailer is historic, cultural, bloody and epic!

- Movie, Trailers
Amina trailer nollywood movie

When you see the Amina trailer, one word comes to your mind – Epic! Then you ask, is this a Nigerian movie? The cinematography is super impressive, and all credits go to Peter Keil, a creative DoP with over ten years’ experience.

It is a story of the legendary Queen of Zazzau (modern-day Zaria) – Amina, played by Lucy Ameh. Different historians have different records of her legend, but it is accepted that she was a “fierce warrior and loved fighting.” Read More

A Lawyer’s Review of The Tribunal

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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 Omotola Jalade and Funsho Adeolu. With cast and crew of such pedigree, I had hoped to see something great and mindblowing. In my mind I expected a new standard set for legal thrillers in Nollywood, maybe our alpha version of My Cousin Vinny. Read More