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“Big Love” Review: There Are Little Emotional Tethers in Biodun Stephen’s Romcom

Admittedly, Stephen has over time reiterated her skillfulness in writing and directing films that often…

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“Ijogbon” Review: The Kunle Afolayan Directed-Film is Relatable But Lacks Attention to Detail

As is typical of coming-of-age films and fables, Ijogbon is replete with didactics for both…

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“She Must Be Obeyed” Review: Could the Funke Akindele-Directed Series be Hinting at a Much-Needed Creative Break for the Filmmaker?

But despite how interesting and commendable the societal issues addressed, the series makes a habit…

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“The Black Book” Review: The Editi Effiong-Directed Film Is a Reflection of Nigeria’s Socio-Political Realities

The Black Book is a thought-provoking film that beckons reflection on the social and political…

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“Mami Wata” Review: The C.J. “Fiery” Obasi-Directed Drama is Bold, Beautiful, and Makes a Political Statement

Without exaggerating, Mami Wata belongs to a canon of its own. The film belongs to…

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“Big Nunu’s Little Heist” Review: Andy Krasil’s-Directed Fast-Paced Comedy is a Memorable Watch

Without being overt with social commentary and political treatise, the film gives voice to these…

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“Republic of South Ah SH**t” Review: Once Again, Kagiso Lediga-Directed Film Reiterates His Artistic Depth

Republic of South Ah Sh**t captures – to the audience’s glee and scrutiny – South…

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“Ẹlẹṣin Ọba” Review: Netflix’s “Death and the King’s Horseman” Adaptation Is a Play, Not Really a Film

Ẹlẹṣin Ọba’s commitment to its source material, the play, is at once a blessing and…

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Kunle Afolayan’s Legacy Endures in Netflix Fantasy — Further Consideration of “Anikulapo”

The bottom line is that Anikulapo is, by Netflix-Nigerian standards, a dutiful breed of culture-inspired…

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“Aloe Vera” Review: Love Conquers All Hate in Peter Sedufia’s Fantasy awesome Drama

The story goes straight to delivering a fairy tale love story that proves love conquers…