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Who’s The Boss (2020)- Nollywood Movie Review

Who’s The Boss follows Liah (Sharon Ooja) as she tries to explore her career but has to break free from the shackles of her demanding boss. This leads her to try daring things and fall in love with an unlikely alliance.
It is every young Nigeria’s graduate tale.

Nora Awolowo’s Short Film ‘Symphonies’ (2020) (Review)

Now that I’ve said all the serious stuff, I have a favorite line from the short film. “Young woman! You’re rude! Who will marry you?” This part cracked me up because THERE ARE people who seriously ask these sort of questions.

Bling Lagosians (2019) | Movie Review

Bling Lagosians taught us how important it is to live within your means; What it’s like to have everything today and wake up with nothing tomorrow morning; How dangerous it is to ‘keep up appearances’; And lastly, to watch our circle of friends.

ANNA (2019) | Movie Review

Think John Wick, but as a flexible, treacherous, backstabbing, intelligent woman, and with more lines. This is Anna. More like a joANNA Wick. It’ll be the action movie of the year if they’d end up in the same movie. 

Deep seated within all the action and romance, is the desire Anna reminds us that all humans have: the desire to be free! To live and let live. To decide when you want to sleep or wakeup, when you want to go out, or if you want to shoot a high profile government official. 

The movie ended with the satisfied audience at Cartege Cinemas Asaba in high spirits and a round of applauds.  I’m certainly watching it again, and maybe once more after that. 

Whenever you’re in Asaba, you’ll want to visit @CartegeCinemasAsaba. (Try the pizza first. Don’t say I didn’t help you. Lol) They actually deliver wherever you want within Asaba.

Have you watched ANNA yet? What did you think about it?

COMING FROM INSANITY (2019) | Movie Review

In the mid-nineties, a 12 year-old boy (KOSSI) with genius-level intelligence, is one of many children trafficked through the Nigerian borders from Togo. He ends up with the MARTINS, an upper-middle class family of 4 in Lagos. At their home, he will work overtime for his meals and shelter as a houseboy.