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Bimbo Ademoye is the queen of onscreen chemistry, and we see it here again in Big Love, a rich movie told deliciously, like sweet wine, drunk cold after a good meal.
The story of Ijogbon is straight forward and enjoyable, but the telling and acting leaves you wondering if something isn’t missing.
I had really high expectations for The Black Book. It turned out to be a great movie that lacks a few essential ingredients that would have made it an outstanding one.
The movie, Hide and Seek, is an example of the maxim, “Too many cooks spoil the broth”.
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A Young Time Ago is a well-told story of unrequited love, hope, pain, heartbreak, revenge, and redemption. You won’t see the end coming.
Despite the efforts of some of the great actors, In Bed with the Pedros falls short in so many ways.
Denzel Washington is in his element again here in The Equalizer 3, his age notwithstanding. For a movie that is not the typical action film, two hours passed quickly.
That scene where all the old kings that Ogundiji had helped enthrone on stolen mandates were feasting and deliberating an issue reminded me of ECOWAS leaders.
You are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah is not a fantastic movie, but it is good for passing the time with and getting some laughs.
Hidden Strike is not the average Jackie Chan movie. The action is exciting, but the execution leaves you with questions.
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The One for Sarah is a movie that serves up average drama and subpar romance.
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The movie, Jagun Jagun, takes you by the jugular from the opening scene and does not let go till the last scene.
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The House of Secrets is not what you expect, and that is a good thing. Its twists and turns leave you wondering how the story will end.