The UK premiere of the most anticipated film of the year ‘Tango with Me’ starring Genevieve Nnaji and Joseph Benjamin will take place on August 16, 2012 at the newly refurbished Odeon IMAX Greenwich cinema. I have 2 pairs of tickets up for grabs. All you have to do to win the FREE tickets is to LIKE the Tango With Me Facebook page and leave a comment in the comments section telling me why YOU deserve a FREE ticket to the Premiere.
Genevieve Nnaji is unarguably the most famous woman in Nollywood. Recognised by Oprah and interviewed by CNN she is celebrated across the African continent and beyond.See below for posts tagged Genevieve Nnaji
Lola (Genevieve Nnaji) and Uzo (Joseph Benjamin) meet during her youth service and are married after a 3 year courtship. On their wedding night Lola, a virgin is raped by armed robbers who break into their hotel suite, right in front of her new husband. Both bear the emotional and psychological burden that the rape places on them. She is emotionally scarred and has trouble having sexual relations with her husband, while her husband bears the guilt of not being able to protect her when she most needed him to. Their marriage is only two months but they are already seeing a marriage counsellor. It remains to be seen if they will be able to break down the psychological walls that keep them apart.
Sheila played by Genevieve Nnaji is with her family during a break from school. On her return things are different at home. She constantly feels the presence of someone else around despite not being able to see anyone. It is when she begins to notice that her things are being moved around that she becomes really concerned. David Martins played by Emeka Enyiocha becomes friendly with the family and begins dating Sheila. He turns out to be the person that they bought their dream house from. Through him they learn about how both his parents were murdered in the house. A ghost Greg played by Muna Obiekwe finally reveals himself to Sheila. What could it be that he wants? It seems that he is trying to keep David from getting close to Sheila but the question is why? Is he trying to protect her from something?
The Nollywood Forever Movie Reviews Site has undergone a makeover. As some of you may be well aware last week there was a problem with the comments showing up on the site, as well as the fact that new comments couldn’t be made. So I rectified that but then I was looking at the site and thinking it needs a makeover so decided to revamp. Everything is still more or less the same but laid out differently.
Nollywood Movies Review: When Jimmy played by Ramsey Noah loses his job through no fault of his own his family is plunged into poverty not even sure if they can any longer keep a roof over their heads. After endless job searching he becomes desperate. Seeing that his friend Mike is doing well as a Pastor he asks him if he can join his ministry. His wife Chioma played by Genevieve Nnaji is not happy about this telling him that is is not right for him to join the ministry considering the fact that he does not have the calling. Despite her worries he joins his friend Mike in the church business and then with the help of an old friend branches out and works towards the growth of his own ministry.
Nollywood Movies Review: Genevieve Nnaji plays a femme fatale called Isabella that goes by many names to many different men. She appears sweet and innocent but underneath that exterior is a steely hustler who will go to any length to make money whether its stealing diamonds, organising a hit or trafficking children’s organs. She alongside her grandfather and Archbishop Theodore played by Olu Jacobs front a children’s charity called the Wellspring foundation which they use to traffick children’s organs amidst other criminal and immoral activity.
Nollywood Movies Review: Genevieve Nnaji plays Zara Williams a hard nosed workaholic who is always single because she is too busy for love. Her friends are determined to find her a man and set her up with a guy played by Desmond Elliot, a self centred arrogant bore who they deceive her into having dinner with. After this failed attempted she swears herself off dating men her friends set her up with however ends up turning to them in desperation after needed a date for a work Valentines Ball. She goes to the ball with Tony, played by Majid Michel but everything is not what it appears to be.
Hey people sorry for the delay in movie reviews and news. I’ve been away for a month on vacation sunning it up. I had planned on posting while I was gone. I even stocked up on movies the day before I left and packed them, but then on my first attempt I realised the DVD Player in the apartment didn’t play VCD’s. *SHOCK HORROR* It would only play region 4 DVD’s so reviewing anything was out of the question. This weekend I’ll have some Nollywood reviews for you. I have a whole load of movies to watch.
Ever since it was announced that CNN were making Nollywood superstar actress Genevieve Nnaji Connector of the day we have all been waiting for the video. Well wait no more. Max Foster interviews Nollywood superstar Genevieve Nnaji. Gooooo Genny! I am so happy for her. This is progress for Nollywood. First Oprah, now CNN. She was clearly nervous as haaaaayle but she did a great job and she looked beautiful.
She was hailed by Oprah Winfrey as the Julia Roberts of Africa and featured in an Oprah episode Meet the Most Famous People in the World. Just recently she was chosen as Connector of The Day on CNN’s Connect The World program. She is an actress. She is Nigerian. She is Genevieve Nnaji. If you have found yourself here that most probably means that you are a Nollywood junkie like me and so need no further introductions. Below you will find a list of Genevieve Nnaji movies in alphabetical order.