West Africa’s leading film production and distribution company, FilmOne Entertainment, has, through its media channels, revealed the role of its production collaborations in the successful recovery of the Nigerian box office in 2021, amongst other insights.
It reminds me of the folk stories and graphic descriptions of dominant witchcraft and marine kingdoms that are retold in many African villages. It might bring a little chill and shiver to your spine, just the right amount so you watch without closing your eyes.
Netflix removes a variety of movies and shows without alerting its users each month. However, the removal of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, the sequel of the classic 1992 Nollywood movie directed by Ramsey Nouah came to its fans as a rude shock.
This movie reminds me of how good clichés could still feel good regardless of how often we see them. It has all typical romance clichés we’ve seen occur across a vast variety of movies.
Breaded life is a combination of comedy and tragedy of circumstance, you should expect to laugh a lot and maybe cry too. It was for this reason I was particularly impressed about the smooth flow of these two elements combined. I am going to embark on this journey in order to describe what I found remarkable while viewing this movie.
I have chosen not to allow sentiments to affect my opinion in reviewing this movie, especially because it deals with very touchy and sensitive subjects — religion and faith. It is obviously a hard pill to swallow when we see supposed custodians of certain faiths portrayed in the negative light.
The movie ’76 is so different from what I expected. I initially thought it would be a movie that would center around suspense and action since it is in relation to the infamous Nigerian coup of 1976 but even though it featured these things, I realized it has a lot more to offer.
The producers would have saved a lot of time and money if they had simply redirected us to Wikipedia, at least we would be better enlightened.
Surprisingly, you would be at the edge of your seats trying to predict the end of the series with every preceding scene.
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