oloibiri

OLOIBIRI MOVIE: MORE VACUOUS THAN MEETS THE EYE

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There is a noticeable effort with a part of Nollywood to create better scripts for ultimately better movies. These days, you now get to perceive, in movies, genuine intellectual efforts: the implementation of cultural clash and shock, and a sort of cause-and-effect technique, as can be seen in Oloibiri movie. Only, this is a Western filmmaker, and should do better, […]

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THE SCREENPLAY STARTING POINT (OR HOW TO GET OFF YOUR @$$ AND START WRITING YOUR FIRST DRAFT!)

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I, at some point, discovered that there’s something that holds a lot of screenwriters back for years when it comes to writing the first draft of their screenplays. I think it’s a common mistake, and, especially early on, it seems like common sense. However, I found out that it is unbelievably hard to shake off. Wanna know what it is? […]

It's Her Day

IT’S HER DAY PROGRESSES ALL THE WAY, BUT….

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Seated silently, in the movie chart of every cinema is this unsuspicious, and surprisingly brilliant movie, It’s Her Day. Unfortunately, it reigns at a time when other overtly raved movies—unbefitting too—exist. It is a considerably well-thought-out movie undeserving of the miserly attention it has ever received from the Nigerian media. Had this movie a better budget: finishing, picture quality, sound, […]

a trip to jamaica

A TRIP TO JAMAICA: A COMEDY OF 3RR0R5

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A trip to Jamaica is a thoroughly enjoyable and humorous movie that travels the locations Lagos to the United States to Jamaica. It makes use of loads of conflicts, and Nse Ikpe Etim does a good job creating tension with her character’s multiple emotional meltdowns. The movie sets situations that generally lead to a comic relief. But do these situations sit […]

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EVOKING A RESOUNDING EFFECT WITH MESSAGE

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Nollywood a decade ago…. I thoroughly enjoyed the few movies that were produced in Nollywood over a decade ago. It appeared they underwent a form of noble craftsmanship, and majored in passing across valuable messages. Although, not fantastically produced, it was much pardonable; Nollywood was fairly new about the industry. What isn’t pardonable is how much a huge part of […]

Critiquing

GO AND BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE?

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First off… Here’s my take on critiquing: it is quite a case of obnoxious outrage, as I am certain enlightened people will agreee. This person’s professed expertise is construction of houses. Yet again, the last house she constructed had no structural integrity, for the house had collapsed on the persons living in it and maimed them for life. Still, this […]