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MM Reviews: The Royal Hibiscus Hotel is a “Money Fixes All” Hilarious Romance

The Royal Hibiscus Hotel

Genre: Romantic Comedy After seeing the newest EbonyLife Films production, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel today, I feel as though the forces decided to come together in my favour considering how frustrating last week's movie experience was. Verdict: 9 Stars ⭐⭐⭐ First a look at the trailer: While the movie undoubtedly leads us through the

MM Reviews: Cut Me Some Slack, I Just Saw “June” Produced By ChinneyLove

Genre: Romantic Comedy  If you follow me on social media, you would know by now how excited I was to see June by ChinneyLove. For one, I was intrigued to see how the Single and 30  narrative would play out. I however left feeling as though I was taken on a

MM Reviews: Sunday Evenings, Post Heartbreak and Two Tickets to See “Getting Over Him” Directed by Desmond Elliot

Getting Over Him

Genre: Romantic Comedy Sunday's movie date to see Uduak Isong produced and Desmond Elliot directed movie, Getting Over Him was a little laced with excitement. The winner of my Mamazeus Movie Freak competition was my movie buddy and we had a bunch of laughs that gave me the right vibe to write

MM Reviews: Our Eyes Are On ‘Esohe’ Starring Jimmy Jean Louis, Toyin Abraham, Desmond Elliot, Chris Attoh & More

'Esohe' Genre: Epic Drama If you have been to the cinemas this week, you must have stumbled on the Esohe flyer at the ticket stand. I on the other hand had a poll on my official Instagram page requesting if my followers will like for me to see the movie and

MM Reviews: ‘The Blindspot’ Starring Rita Dominic & Femi Jacobs

It is always a delight to see Rita Dominic and Femi Jacobs in a movie (the two have bad-ass onscreen chemistry) and that notion prompted my desire to see The Blindspot. If you follow me on Instagram, I did reveal that I was a little skeptical about seeing the movie.I

Happy New Year! Check Out My Top 5 Nollywood Movies of 2017

Happy New Year movie lovers!!! I am pretty much excited about 2018 and that's what happens when you have your goals mapped out ahead of a New Year. Based on popular demand, I have decided to share my very top 5 movies of 2017. I have selected my top 5 movies

5 Tips to Film Making Mastery By Ace Nollywood Cinematographer, Nodash

With 2018 just a few hours away, I decided I wanted to share my most recent insight into the world of Film Making. Do not be shocked, movie reviewing is more than just appreciating/critiquing a movie from the lame entertainment hungry viewer angle but also understanding the level of work

MM Review: I am Excited to Bring You Guys… “Wives On Strike The Revolution”

Wives on Strike The Revolution

I started writing my review for 'Wives On Strike The Revolution' say 45 minutes ago. It usually doesn't take this long but for reasons ranging from trying to control my excitement from slipping through my intro, I have had to clear over a hundred times! Before we go too far, a

MM Review: Throwback to ‘Love Or Something Like That’ Directed by Shirley Frimpong Manso

Love Or Something Like That

Yesterday, I decided to see Shirley Frimpong Manso  2014 movie, Love Or Something Like That but I think you should first know why I made the decision to see an almost 4 year old movie. Hold on for a second for the official trailer: Boredom? YES but while I get set

MM Review: We Got the Anticipated “The Wedding Party 2”

Wedding Party

For weeks now "The Wedding Party 2" has got me feeling like a full grown adult in desperate need of a toilet. Call it excitement but I'd prefer the word anxiety. Before I tell you why, a look at the official trailer of Nigeria's most talked about screenplay: I did not