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For Maria Ebun Pataki Movie Review: A Remarkable Telling of a Rarely Told Story

This is a film that could easily have become repetitive, going in circles as it…

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“Fine Wine” Review: Seyi Babatope’s Romantic Drama Comes Close To Being a Classic

…as Christmas approaches with its own packages, “Fine Wine” re-emerges after its initial release in…

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Movie Review: Kathryn Fasegha’s “Two Weeks In Lagos” Is Forgettable Schlock

It is commonplace to find that romantic films are set in big cities, and when…

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Movie Review: Femi Ogunsanwo’s “Finding Hubby” Defies Stereotypes, But Falls Just Short Of Being Memorable

By Vivian Nneka Nwajiaku Literary adaptations are not exactly Nollywood’s stock-in-trade. On the few occasions…

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#Throwback Movie Review: Tope Oshin’s “In Line” Is A Slow-Burning Delight

By Jerry Chiemeke Year of Release: 2017 Genre: Romantic Drama Cast: Adesua Etomi, Uzor Arukwe, Chris…

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Movie Review: Niyi Akinmolayan’s “Prophetess” Is Ambitious

By Jerry Chiemeke   In a country like Nigeria that is bedeviled by poverty, unemployment,…

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Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF): Africa’s Grandest Gathering of Jazz Aficionados and Cultural Resonance

In many ways, the CTIJF has … achieved the task of making Africa the centrepiece…

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Elizabeth Oshoba Punches Through Barriers as Nigeria’s First Female World Boxing Champion

Elizabeth Oshoba has not only secured her place in the spotlight but has added a…

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“Merry Men 3: Nemesis” Review: Netflix Strikes Again With Third January Cringe Fest

Whatever flashes of excellence Merry Men 3: Nemesis displays, they are quickly snuffed out in…

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Africa’s Iconic Pop Culture Moments of 2023

As the year comes to an end, and in eagerness for what is to come…