Doctor Jerry is a rogue doctor that drugs and rapes pregnant woman that come to him for gynecological examinations. He is has a panty fetish and sees woman as only good for satisfying his sexual urges. He is caught and expelled from a hospital after the woman dies of a heart attack and autopsy conducted where illegal drugs and his sperm are found in her. It is not long before doctor jerry sets up his own clinic and is back working and up to his old tricks. He meets his match and he is now subject to blackmail from his latest “victim.” Will he meet her demands? Chief Walters exploits a homeless widow and her family by offering them a place to stay in exchange for the girls body. Will there be a price to pay for their wicked acts?
In this thrilling fast paced drama Mercy Johnson plays Violet a high maintenance city girl whose car breaks down on a rural deserted road. She comes face to face with odd vagrant hunter James played by Majid Michel who is armed with a gun and warns her that she is in dangerous territory. Wearing killer heels she begins ends up following James to his home to find specific directions on where to find a mechanic, only to end up stranded and spending the night in a shack with him and his mother. It is here that she learns the background to his very odd and hostile behaviour. Violet herself has her own dark secrets she is harbouring and the two are drawn together in light of this.
William and Janice are a married couple with a strong, loving and playful marriage. They enjoy each other’s company immensely when one day out of the blue things change. William says that it is Janice that changed, “she talks to me with disgust like I wasn’t even there.” Her point of view is that his shadiness has brought about a lack of trust and thus her ill treatment of him. A very strong and loving marriage relationship turns to one full of bickering and resentment. Where did it all go wrong and can it be turned back around?
Majid Michel, Ghanaian actor is billed to present a paper titled “Being An Actor in the African Film Industry” at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, USA today on the 30th of September 2011. The lecture will be delivered under the auspices of the Department of Pan African Studies, a department at the college where courses on African culture, history, film and politics are taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Majid is currently on a tour of U.S to promote his latest movie “Somewhere in Africa” which premiered in L.A last weekend
UK based African Voice Newspaper unveiled the much-awaited shortlist of nominees for the 2011 edition of its African Film Awards, also known as the Afro Hollywood Awards. The nominees on the shortlist also feature heavyweights such as Tonto Dike, Halima Abubakar, Toyin Aimaku, Jamila Umar Nagudu, Funke Adesiyan, Lekan Oladiipo and Peter Edochie contesting in various other categories. The winners in each awards category, who will be attending the prestigious annual awards in London, will be announced at a special ceremony on Sunday, October 9, in Osogbo, the Osun State capital.
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.
Nollywood Movie Review: This is the review is part 3 and 4 of the movie. In Nigeria and the UK this movie’s part 1&2 is called Wise In Laws. In the USA this movie’s Parts 1&2 is being marketed as Best Honeymoon. I watched the VCD from Nigeria. If it is the first parts that you want to read the review, then click on Wise In Law’s Movie Review. This review is an add on to the Wise-In Laws One, and the synopsis is over there too.
Nollywood Movie review: Three friends make a pact that when the time comes for tRem to be married each of them will get to “test” each others wife’s to be beforehand. Bright played by Seun Akindele first offers his friends Philip and Steven his girlfriend to be “tested” and his two friends willingly oblige. The problem comes when Philip played by Majid Michel is thinking about marrying his girlfriend Stella. He is reminded of the pact but balks at the idea, not wanting to hear of any such thing. Bright feels afflicted and vows to “test drive” Stella, played by Ufuoma Ejenobor by any means necessary. Will he get to carry out his vow?
Shennel is an assassin who is hired by Teddy Elbert to kill his brother Bill in order to receive an insurance payout. Things however are not as clear cut as they first appear to be. Ronnie Lawson is a business man that runs his late father’s multimillion business empire. Brandy is lying to the media that she is engaged to Ronnie Lawson to boost business with her modelling agency. Little does she know that she has been busted when Ronnie Lawson turns up at her agency posing as a wannabe model.