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 Sobi’s mystic to the poorly produced Glimpse; still a good story, but handicapped by its production budget. Read More »In Let Karma, Biodun Stephen and her cast are handicapped by a safe story.
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, sexually and domestically – and Omoye, an Uche Chukwu’s film, focuses on domestic violence.Read More »Omoye Review: Not Just a Movie, a Course on Domestic Violence.
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 compelling, believable and enjoyable story is probably unrivaled in Nollywood right now. But there is more to a movie than its story, the acting, cinematography, directing and production all play key roles in making a movie more presentable and acceptable.Read More »Glimpse Review: a beautiful story lacking cinematic cosmetics