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“Joker” Laughs Lasts At October Box Office

“Joker” Laughs Lasts At October Box Office In spite of pre-opening concerns over its violent themes and ramped up theater security “Joker” had the last laugh in a record breaking October opening. Warner Bros. said Sunday that “Joker” grossed an estimated $93.5 million in ticket sales from 4,374 screens in North America. The previous October record-holder was the Spider-Man spinoff “Venom” which opened to $80 million last year. Internationally, “Joker” earned $140.5 million from 73 markets, resulting in a stunning $234…

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom ‘plan December wedding

According to US Weekly, the 34-year-old Firework singer and 42-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean actor are planning a December wedding. But sources told the publication that no specifics about the wedding were given, including a specific date and where the wedding may take place. Perry and Bloom first started dating in 2016, shortly after the Golden Globe Awards that year. They later announced in February 2017 that they had split. In April 2018, the pair reconciled with Bloom popping the question in a romantic…

Mark Zuckerberg comment on Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders’ position that billionaires should not exist

A software engineer employed by Facebook recently asked billionaire Mark Zuckerberg to comment on Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders' position that billionaires should not exist "It's a good question " Zuckerberg who is worth around $66.6billion said during a live Q&A session on his social media platform. He then went on to answer the question saying; "I understand where he's coming from. I don't know that I have an exact threshold on what amount of money someone should have but on some level…

Nigerians are attacking Victoria Kimani for saying Big Brother Naija reality TV show keeps people ‘dormant

Nigerians are attacking Victoria Kimani for saying Big Brother Naija reality TV show keeps people 'dormant, distracted & jobless.'The Kenyan singer took to her Twitter page to criticise the reality show and those who watch it, stressing that fans of the reality show should have invested that same amount of time building their businesses instead of watching other people’s lives.

Movie Review: ‘The Delivery Boy’ conveys the right messages with little time

Amir (Jamaal Ibrahim) looks at Nkem with conviction and without fear or hesitancy as he shows her a map, and asks if she knows the directions to a certain location. It was a moment of fearlessness from a kid who’s been trained in the ways of audacity and is now bent on going against those who set him on a destructive life part. And this is one of the good things from Adekunle Adejuyigbe’s ‘The Delivery Boy’, selling us a character that genuinely stands out. Most Nollywood films hardly seem to focus on that. However the…

Movie Review: ‘The Delivery Boy’ conveys the right messages with little time

Amir (Jamaal Ibrahim) looks at Nkem with conviction and without fear or hesitancy as he shows her a map, and asks if she knows the directions to a certain location. It was a moment of fearlessness from a kid who’s been trained in the ways of audacity and is now bent on going against those who set him on a destructive life part. And this is one of the good things from Adekunle Adejuyigbe’s ‘The Delivery Boy’, selling us a character that genuinely stands out. Most Nollywood films hardly seem to focus on that. However the…

Movie Review: ‘The Delivery Boy’ conveys the right messages with little time

Amir (Jamaal Ibrahim) looks at Nkem with conviction and without fear or hesitancy as he shows her a map, and asks if she knows the directions to a certain location. It was a moment of fearlessness from a kid who’s been trained in the ways of audacity and is now bent on going against those who set him on a destructive life part. And this is one of the good things from Adekunle Adejuyigbe’s ‘The Delivery Boy’, selling us a character that genuinely stands out. Most Nollywood films hardly seem to focus on that. However the…

Movie Review: ‘The Delivery Boy’ conveys the right messages with little time

Amir (Jamaal Ibrahim) looks at Nkem with conviction and without fear or hesitancy as he shows her a map, and asks if she knows the directions to a certain location. It was a moment of fearlessness from a kid who’s been trained in the ways of audacity and is now bent on going against those who set him on a destructive life part. And this is one of the good things from Adekunle Adejuyigbe’s ‘The Delivery Boy’, selling us a character that genuinely stands out. Most Nollywood films hardly seem to focus on that. However the…

Movie Review: ‘The Delivery Boy’ conveys the right messages with little time

Amir (Jamaal Ibrahim) looks at Nkem with conviction and without fear or hesitancy as he shows her a map, and asks if she knows the directions to a certain location. It was a moment of fearlessness from a kid who’s been trained in the ways of audacity and is now bent on going against those who set him on a destructive life part. And this is one of the good things from Adekunle Adejuyigbe’s ‘The Delivery Boy’, selling us a character that genuinely stands out. Most Nollywood films hardly seem to focus on that. However the…

Movie Review: The Cinematic Gold of Tade Ogidan in Gold Statue

***This movie review is by Adams Adeosun. It may contain spoilers for Tade Ogidan’s Gold Statue The narrative trajectory of Gold Statue is pretty simple. There are no branches or subplots. It proceeds with conflicts arising at every point, a naturalness in both their manner of arising and how they are resolved. But that is only a result of veteran director Tade Ogidan’s complex process. Our introduction is the narrator and protagonist, Adewale Esho (Gabriel Afolayan), who is about to be lynched in Ilesa for attempting to…

Movie Review: The Cinematic Gold of Tade Ogidan in Gold Statue

***This movie review is by Adams Adeosun. It may contain spoilers for Tade Ogidan’s Gold Statue The narrative trajectory of Gold Statue is pretty simple. There are no branches or subplots. It proceeds with conflicts arising at every point, a naturalness in both their manner of arising and how they are resolved. But that is only a result of veteran director Tade Ogidan’s complex process. Our introduction is the narrator and protagonist, Adewale Esho (Gabriel Afolayan), who is about to be lynched in Ilesa for attempting to…

Movie Review: The Cinematic Gold of Tade Ogidan in Gold Statue

***This movie review is by Adams Adeosun. It may contain spoilers for Tade Ogidan’s Gold Statue The narrative trajectory of Gold Statue is pretty simple. There are no branches or subplots. It proceeds with conflicts arising at every point, a naturalness in both their manner of arising and how they are resolved. But that is only a result of veteran director Tade Ogidan’s complex process. Our introduction is the narrator and protagonist, Adewale Esho (Gabriel Afolayan), who is about to be lynched in Ilesa for attempting to…

Movie Review: The Cinematic Gold of Tade Ogidan in Gold Statue

***This movie review is by Adams Adeosun. It may contain spoilers for Tade Ogidan’s Gold Statue The narrative trajectory of Gold Statue is pretty simple. There are no branches or subplots. It proceeds with conflicts arising at every point, a naturalness in both their manner of arising and how they are resolved. But that is only a result of veteran director Tade Ogidan’s complex process. Our introduction is the narrator and protagonist, Adewale Esho (Gabriel Afolayan), who is about to be lynched in Ilesa for attempting to…

Movie Review: The Cinematic Gold of Tade Ogidan in Gold Statue

***This movie review is by Adams Adeosun. It may contain spoilers for Tade Ogidan’s Gold Statue The narrative trajectory of Gold Statue is pretty simple. There are no branches or subplots. It proceeds with conflicts arising at every point, a naturalness in both their manner of arising and how they are resolved. But that is only a result of veteran director Tade Ogidan’s complex process. Our introduction is the narrator and protagonist, Adewale Esho (Gabriel Afolayan), who is about to be lynched in Ilesa for attempting to…

Movie Review: The Crimes of Street Kid

***This Review is by Adams Adeosun. Check out his review on Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind If Nollywood’s collection of bad cinema is rich enough to be recognised as a genre (and it is), Street Kid would have a seat with the terrible folk. The film is a lost cause from the opening scene, which sets the tone for the disappointment to come, and makes no attempt at redemption. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the shots for spontaneous takes by a kid with a camera. There is a level of intenseness you expect…

Movie Review: The Crimes of Street Kid

***This Review is by Adams Adeosun. Check out his review on Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind If Nollywood’s collection of bad cinema is rich enough to be recognised as a genre (and it is), Street Kid would have a seat with the terrible folk. The film is a lost cause from the opening scene, which sets the tone for the disappointment to come, and makes no attempt at redemption. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the shots for spontaneous takes by a kid with a camera. There is a level of intenseness you expect…

Movie Review: The Crimes of Street Kid

***This Review is by Adams Adeosun. Check out his review on Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind If Nollywood’s collection of bad cinema is rich enough to be recognised as a genre (and it is), Street Kid would have a seat with the terrible folk. The film is a lost cause from the opening scene, which sets the tone for the disappointment to come, and makes no attempt at redemption. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the shots for spontaneous takes by a kid with a camera. There is a level of intenseness you expect…

Movie Review: The Crimes of Street Kid

***This Review is by Adams Adeosun. Check out his review on Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind If Nollywood’s collection of bad cinema is rich enough to be recognised as a genre (and it is), Street Kid would have a seat with the terrible folk. The film is a lost cause from the opening scene, which sets the tone for the disappointment to come, and makes no attempt at redemption. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the shots for spontaneous takes by a kid with a camera. There is a level of intenseness you expect…

Movie Review: The Crimes of Street Kid

***This Review is by Adams Adeosun. Check out his review on Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind If Nollywood’s collection of bad cinema is rich enough to be recognised as a genre (and it is), Street Kid would have a seat with the terrible folk. The film is a lost cause from the opening scene, which sets the tone for the disappointment to come, and makes no attempt at redemption. You’d be forgiven for mistaking the shots for spontaneous takes by a kid with a camera. There is a level of intenseness you expect…

Movie Review: ‘4th Republic’ and the compelling message that there’s always poison in the water

When you’ve lived your whole life believing in something, you’d be devastated if it turned out to not be true. This realisation brilliantly depicted the reality of a lot of Nigerians with Nigerian Politics in one of the most powerful scenes of 4th Republic, A movie directed by Ishaya Bako and produced by Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju. The movie adopts some sort of “medias res” at the beginning, starting with a testimony in court during an election tribunal, before taking us back to beginning to keep us expectant of the…

Movie Review: ‘4th Republic’ and the compelling message that there’s always poison in the water

When you’ve lived your whole life believing in something, you’d be devastated if it turned out to not be true. This realisation brilliantly depicted the reality of a lot of Nigerians with Nigerian Politics in one of the most powerful scenes of 4th Republic, A movie directed by Ishaya Bako and produced by Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju. The movie adopts some sort of “medias res” at the beginning, starting with a testimony in court during an election tribunal, before taking us back to beginning to keep us expectant of the…

Movie Review: ‘4th Republic’ and the compelling message that there’s always poison in the water

When you’ve lived your whole life believing in something, you’d be devastated if it turned out to not be true. This realisation brilliantly depicted the reality of a lot of Nigerians with Nigerian Politics in one of the most powerful scenes of 4th Republic, A movie directed by Ishaya Bako and produced by Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju. The movie adopts some sort of “medias res” at the beginning, starting with a testimony in court during an election tribunal, before taking us back to beginning to keep us expectant of the…

Movie Review: ‘4th Republic’ and the compelling message that there’s always poison in the water

When you’ve lived your whole life believing in something, you’d be devastated if it turned out to not be true. This realisation brilliantly depicted the reality of a lot of Nigerians with Nigerian Politics in one of the most powerful scenes of 4th Republic, A movie directed by Ishaya Bako and produced by Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju. The movie adopts some sort of “medias res” at the beginning, starting with a testimony in court during an election tribunal, before taking us back to beginning to keep us expectant of the…

Movie Review: ‘4th Republic’ and the compelling message that there’s always poison in the water

When you’ve lived your whole life believing in something, you’d be devastated if it turned out to not be true. This realisation brilliantly depicted the reality of a lot of Nigerians with Nigerian Politics in one of the most powerful scenes of 4th Republic, A movie directed by Ishaya Bako and produced by Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju. The movie adopts some sort of “medias res” at the beginning, starting with a testimony in court during an election tribunal, before taking us back to beginning to keep us expectant of the…

Movie Review: ‘She Is’ – Good, but Forgettable

Jessica, played with gusto by Omawumi, joked in She Is that men are going extinct. Yet, Frances Anyaoku, our protagonist, never runs out of them. Inside of one hundred and five minutes, we see a line-up of two chiefs with multiple wives, two ‘men of God’, a player with kids all over the country, and Frank Donga, as potential mates. But Frances is a 40 year-old, financially independent, Christian spinster searching for a good man. None of her suitors is a good fit. The problem, you see, is ethical and one has to wonder,…

Movie Review: ‘She Is’ – Good, but Forgettable

Jessica, played with gusto by Omawumi, joked in She Is that men are going extinct. Yet, Frances Anyaoku, our protagonist, never runs out of them. Inside of one hundred and five minutes, we see a line-up of two chiefs with multiple wives, two ‘men of God’, a player with kids all over the country, and Frank Donga, as potential mates. But Frances is a 40 year-old, financially independent, Christian spinster searching for a good man. None of her suitors is a good fit. The problem, you see, is ethical and one has to wonder,…

Movie Review: ‘She Is’ – Good, but Forgettable

Jessica, played with gusto by Omawumi, joked in She Is that men are going extinct. Yet, Frances Anyaoku, our protagonist, never runs out of them. Inside of one hundred and five minutes, we see a line-up of two chiefs with multiple wives, two ‘men of God’, a player with kids all over the country, and Frank Donga, as potential mates. But Frances is a 40 year-old, financially independent, Christian spinster searching for a good man. None of her suitors is a good fit. The problem, you see, is ethical and one has to wonder,…

Movie Review: ‘She Is’ – Good, but Forgettable

Jessica, played with gusto by Omawumi, joked in She Is that men are going extinct. Yet, Frances Anyaoku, our protagonist, never runs out of them. Inside of one hundred and five minutes, we see a line-up of two chiefs with multiple wives, two ‘men of God’, a player with kids all over the country, and Frank Donga, as potential mates. But Frances is a 40 year-old, financially independent, Christian spinster searching for a good man. None of her suitors is a good fit. The problem, you see, is ethical and one has to wonder,…

Movie Review: ‘She Is’ – Good, but Forgettable

Jessica, played with gusto by Omawumi, joked in She Is that men are going extinct. Yet, Frances Anyaoku, our protagonist, never runs out of them. Inside of one hundred and five minutes, we see a line-up of two chiefs with multiple wives, two ‘men of God’, a player with kids all over the country, and Frank Donga, as potential mates. But Frances is a 40 year-old, financially independent, Christian spinster searching for a good man. None of her suitors is a good fit. The problem, you see, is ethical and one has to wonder,…

The Call Review – Starring Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze

The Call review; Directed by James Abinibi Cast: Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze It’s interesting what the cast and crew try to achieve in The Call. The entire film is built around Woli Arole’s online prophet persona and legend. Where this persona has made bit outings in such shows as Skinny Girl in Transit and Instagram skits, The Call builds an entire story around the energetic prophet. The film is set in Ibadan and Yoruba flows freely with infrequent bouts of English speaking – noticeably from…

The Call Review – Starring Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze

The Call review; Directed by James Abinibi Cast: Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze It’s interesting what the cast and crew try to achieve in The Call. The entire film is built around Woli Arole’s online prophet persona and legend. Where this persona has made bit outings in such shows as Skinny Girl in Transit and Instagram skits, The Call builds an entire story around the energetic prophet. The film is set in Ibadan and Yoruba flows freely with infrequent bouts of English speaking – noticeably from…

The Call Review – Starring Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze

The Call review; Directed by James Abinibi Cast: Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze It’s interesting what the cast and crew try to achieve in The Call. The entire film is built around Woli Arole’s online prophet persona and legend. Where this persona has made bit outings in such shows as Skinny Girl in Transit and Instagram skits, The Call builds an entire story around the energetic prophet. The film is set in Ibadan and Yoruba flows freely with infrequent bouts of English speaking – noticeably from…

The Call Review – Starring Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze

The Call review; Directed by James Abinibi Cast: Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze It’s interesting what the cast and crew try to achieve in The Call. The entire film is built around Woli Arole’s online prophet persona and legend. Where this persona has made bit outings in such shows as Skinny Girl in Transit and Instagram skits, The Call builds an entire story around the energetic prophet. The film is set in Ibadan and Yoruba flows freely with infrequent bouts of English speaking – noticeably from…

The Call Review – Starring Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze

The Call review; Directed by James Abinibi Cast: Woli Arole, Samuel Ajibola, Hafiz Oyetoro, Segun Arinze It’s interesting what the cast and crew try to achieve in The Call. The entire film is built around Woli Arole’s online prophet persona and legend. Where this persona has made bit outings in such shows as Skinny Girl in Transit and Instagram skits, The Call builds an entire story around the energetic prophet. The film is set in Ibadan and Yoruba flows freely with infrequent bouts of English speaking – noticeably from…

Knock Out Blessing Review; Starring Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin

Knock Out Blessing Review; Writer/ Director: Dare Olaitan Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin and Gbenga Titiloye Carefully built upon puns and some interesting characters, Knock Out Blessing is a compelling crime thriller that provides entertainment value both in laughs and in the unexpected turns of its story. Blessing’s eyes are on the prize of a boxing competition that she has prepared for all her life, but her winning punch leads her down a dark path and into a life of crime…

Knock Out Blessing Review; Starring Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin

Knock Out Blessing Review; Writer/ Director: Dare Olaitan Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin and Gbenga Titiloye Carefully built upon puns and some interesting characters, Knock Out Blessing is a compelling crime thriller that provides entertainment value both in laughs and in the unexpected turns of its story. Blessing’s eyes are on the prize of a boxing competition that she has prepared for all her life, but her winning punch leads her down a dark path and into a life of crime…

Knock Out Blessing Review; Starring Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin

Knock Out Blessing Review; Writer/ Director: Dare Olaitan Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin and Gbenga Titiloye Carefully built upon puns and some interesting characters, Knock Out Blessing is a compelling crime thriller that provides entertainment value both in laughs and in the unexpected turns of its story. Blessing’s eyes are on the prize of a boxing competition that she has prepared for all her life, but her winning punch leads her down a dark path and into a life of crime…

Knock Out Blessing Review; Starring Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin

Knock Out Blessing Review; Writer/ Director: Dare Olaitan Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin and Gbenga Titiloye Carefully built upon puns and some interesting characters, Knock Out Blessing is a compelling crime thriller that provides entertainment value both in laughs and in the unexpected turns of its story. Blessing’s eyes are on the prize of a boxing competition that she has prepared for all her life, but her winning punch leads her down a dark path and into a life of crime…

Knock Out Blessing Review; Starring Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin

Knock Out Blessing Review; Writer/ Director: Dare Olaitan Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Ademola Adedoyin, Bucci Franklin and Gbenga Titiloye Carefully built upon puns and some interesting characters, Knock Out Blessing is a compelling crime thriller that provides entertainment value both in laughs and in the unexpected turns of its story. Blessing’s eyes are on the prize of a boxing competition that she has prepared for all her life, but her winning punch leads her down a dark path and into a life of crime…

Up North Review; Starring Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede

Up North Review; Director: Tope Oshin Cast: Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede Almost everyone who has taken part in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) would agree that it is a treasure trove of all kinds of stories. Up North tells a pretty great one that manages to draw on some nostalgia about time in service, but goes beyond that to chart its own course and tell a truly heartwarming and lovable tale. Bauchi is the setting for Up North. It is the town that spoilt billionaire kid…

Up North Review; Starring Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede

Up North Review; Director: Tope Oshin Cast: Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede Almost everyone who has taken part in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) would agree that it is a treasure trove of all kinds of stories. Up North tells a pretty great one that manages to draw on some nostalgia about time in service, but goes beyond that to chart its own course and tell a truly heartwarming and lovable tale. Bauchi is the setting for Up North. It is the town that spoilt billionaire kid…

Up North Review; Starring Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede

Up North Review; Director: Tope Oshin Cast: Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede Almost everyone who has taken part in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) would agree that it is a treasure trove of all kinds of stories. Up North tells a pretty great one that manages to draw on some nostalgia about time in service, but goes beyond that to chart its own course and tell a truly heartwarming and lovable tale. Bauchi is the setting for Up North. It is the town that spoilt billionaire kid…

Up North Review; Starring Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede

Up North Review; Director: Tope Oshin Cast: Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede Almost everyone who has taken part in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) would agree that it is a treasure trove of all kinds of stories. Up North tells a pretty great one that manages to draw on some nostalgia about time in service, but goes beyond that to chart its own course and tell a truly heartwarming and lovable tale. Bauchi is the setting for Up North. It is the town that spoilt billionaire kid…

Up North Review; Starring Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede

Up North Review; Director: Tope Oshin Cast: Banky Wellington, Adesua Etomi, Akin Lewis, Rahama Sadau, Michelle Dede Almost everyone who has taken part in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) would agree that it is a treasure trove of all kinds of stories. Up North tells a pretty great one that manages to draw on some nostalgia about time in service, but goes beyond that to chart its own course and tell a truly heartwarming and lovable tale. Bauchi is the setting for Up North. It is the town that spoilt billionaire kid…

God Calling Review: Starring Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu

God Calling Review; Directed by BB Sasore Cast: Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina Mba, Nkem Owoh, Eku Edewor, Chidinma Okebalama, Patrick Diabuah, Karibi Fubara Nothing is subtle in God Calling, and this is perhaps the film’s biggest failure. Marketed and sold as a faith-based thriller, the film throws every possible gimmick at the audience to get them to leave its presence imbued with faith-filled perspectives and lessons. A lot of the gimmicks are individually effective and some…

God Calling Review: Starring Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu

God Calling Review; Directed by BB Sasore Cast: Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina Mba, Nkem Owoh, Eku Edewor, Chidinma Okebalama, Patrick Diabuah, Karibi Fubara Nothing is subtle in God Calling, and this is perhaps the film’s biggest failure. Marketed and sold as a faith-based thriller, the film throws every possible gimmick at the audience to get them to leave its presence imbued with faith-filled perspectives and lessons. A lot of the gimmicks are individually effective and some…

God Calling Review: Starring Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu

God Calling Review; Directed by BB Sasore Cast: Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina Mba, Nkem Owoh, Eku Edewor, Chidinma Okebalama, Patrick Diabuah, Karibi Fubara Nothing is subtle in God Calling, and this is perhaps the film’s biggest failure. Marketed and sold as a faith-based thriller, the film throws every possible gimmick at the audience to get them to leave its presence imbued with faith-filled perspectives and lessons. A lot of the gimmicks are individually effective and some…

God Calling Review: Starring Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu

God Calling Review; Directed by BB Sasore Cast: Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina Mba, Nkem Owoh, Eku Edewor, Chidinma Okebalama, Patrick Diabuah, Karibi Fubara Nothing is subtle in God Calling, and this is perhaps the film’s biggest failure. Marketed and sold as a faith-based thriller, the film throws every possible gimmick at the audience to get them to leave its presence imbued with faith-filled perspectives and lessons. A lot of the gimmicks are individually effective and some…

God Calling Review: Starring Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu

God Calling Review; Directed by BB Sasore Cast: Zainab Balogun, Ademola Adedoyin, Richard Mofe Damijo, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina Mba, Nkem Owoh, Eku Edewor, Chidinma Okebalama, Patrick Diabuah, Karibi Fubara Nothing is subtle in God Calling, and this is perhaps the film’s biggest failure. Marketed and sold as a faith-based thriller, the film throws every possible gimmick at the audience to get them to leave its presence imbued with faith-filled perspectives and lessons. A lot of the gimmicks are individually effective and some…