"Ovy's Voice" is a movie about a mute, makeup artist and on one fateful day she has a negative encounter with a young man. We come to find out the young man is the son of one of her biggest clients: Mrs. G. Of course, a love story blossoms between Ovy and the son, his name is Anaan, however as their relationship grows it becomes obvious that Ovy is hesitant to open up to Anaan and we don't quite figure out why, till the end
They didn't even give a reasoning for the war, or why this "warlord" decided to massacre a village. All the characters were 1-D with no type of complexity whatsoever. They were really ambitious with this thing and it failed horribly. I want a refund of my time and movie snacks
The interesting thing, to me, about the movie was that the sex strike literally wasn’t important. It wasn’t the sex strike that got the senator’s wife, and people worldwide, interested in the case – it was the video of the village women physically stopping the marriage by not allowing the child in question to be taken away by the agbaya olori gbeske Chief. You could literally take out the sex strike and the end result would have been the same, the only difference would be the genre of film.
Ibaka TV description: "Sometimes the best things in life are unexpected surprises" Watch out as unexpected surprises are set to ruin a peaceful home. "I mean....I guess..." Pros The traffic stop scene with the Police officers was much needed comedic relief The sound production is on point in terms of no interruptions of the dialogue between … Continue reading “The Date”- Nollywood Movie Review
"This movie is nostalgia city. It’s just a representation of some aspect of all our mothers/ matriarchs."
This movie is a heaping pile of unoriginal, britico washed, ajeburra DOODOO wrapped up in gold and shine shine. Otitan.
Ibaka’s Description: Keji is diagnosed of leukemia and is in urgent need of a blood transfusion. During this process, hidden and strange secrets of her maternity are being unveiled. *For real though, Ibakatv who is writing these descriptions?* So we decided to watch the trailer first, before delving straight into the film- something we typically … Continue reading “Koto” – Nollywood Movie Review
Ibaka’s description: Paul’s generousity (*generosity*) leads him to helping a disabled young girl, bringing out the best her. He is yet to find out that this disabled stranger is much more than he had ever imagined. (Were you as confused as I was in reading that description? Good.) I typically love Desmond Elliot movies as … Continue reading “Beyond Disability” – Nollywood Movie Review
Ibaka’s Description: “Kamar is a bitch” (*Sorry who? OHHHH Karma*), so it is said and it definitely has no favourites. Kunle meets his waterloo (*seriously though, who uses this word?*) when he decides to get married to a lady, who is strongly connected to his ugly past. From the description you would think Kunle was … Continue reading “One Fine Day” – Nollywood Movie Review