Turn Me On

Turn Me On

Nollywood Movie Review: Clark played by Roger Quartey is Dr Harry Buckman’s chief butler who finds him mysteriously dead in the bath one morning. Following their father’s death Dr Buckman’s children return home to pay their respects and claim their share of the inheritance left. Kendal played by Jackie Appiah is Mr Buckman’s daughter a renowned fashion designer married to Marcus played by Eddie Nartey. They are being blackmailed by a mysterious stranger who is trying to fleece them for a second time and so are in desperate need of money. Tyler is Mr Buckman’s eldest son a lawyer who needs the money to fund his secret boyfriend. Woody is the youngest son, a struggling musician and drug addict. While they are all back at the family’s house on hearing about their fathers death they find out that there may be another heir to their father’s fortune, the child of a former maid Rosemary Nelson, Julia Buckman, played by Yvonne Nelson.

Blackmail

Blackmail

Nollywood Movie Review: James played by Kofi Adjorlolo finds out that his wife is cheating on him. Not only is she cheating but she is using his funds to financially support her lover. She is found out when James hires a PI to investigate her moves. He is appalled at her behaviour and dumps her immediately. We find out that she is not the first to be divorced and very soon James has a new wife Lavida, played by Biola Ige whom he makes Managing Director of his group of companies. It would appear that James has a thing for “bad” women. His next wife is Lavida and trouble brews with her when she takes a liking to Henry, played by John Dumelo.

Who Loves Me?

Who Loves Me?

Chantelle is at a business dinner date one night when an artist by the name of David catches sight of her and becomes immediately mesmerised, sketching her portrait from afar as she dines. On completion he gives a waiter the drawing to give to her along with poetry scrawled along its bottom. He then disappears leaving Chantelle confused and shaken.

Chelsea

Chelsea

Sylvester played by Majid Michel is an artist who for the past four years has been consumed by a girl that he has never met. He sees her in his dreams, and has such a clear picture of her in his head that he is able to sketch her portrait in detail. He cannot believe his luck when he actually meets the girl in his dreams in person. She turns out to be Chelsea (Nadia Buari) a friend of his childhood sweetheart Katy (Brenda Bonsu). He begins a relentless campaign to win her affections. Will he ever get the girl? We also see Chelsea’s boss Marlon vying for her affection, but everything is not as it appears on the surface.

Material Girl

Material Girl

Cassie, played by Yvonne Nelson is a bad girl who makes her money by picking up men, seducing them and robbing them, or keeping them as sugar daddies. She also uses the money to take care of her sick mother’s hospital bill even though her mother hates the method in which her daughter obtains money. Cassie’s immorality seems to have no limits and on the one hand she plays the hero saving a woman who she finds having a seizure in the road, taking her to the hospital and then on the other hand she uses that act of bravery to gain access into the woman’s life, and proceeds to have an affair with the woman’s husband, played by Kofi Adjorlolo.

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