King of Boys: The Return of the King Review

By: Arc

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“Can you make a sequel better than the original?” Lady Kemi answered, “Hell Yeah.” She delivered a masterpiece that has rightly been getting praise from all quarters since its release (save for a few bad belle, in fact, everybody does not like pawpaw). NazRev would score this National Treasure 9.9/10. The Return of the King rocks for the following reasons:

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…Ogbuide Express…

By: Arc

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THE FUTURE; 2035: A World Without Transportation.”

Aerial shots of the earth reveal the ozone layer is perfectly healed, the vegetation is evergreen, and the ice glaciers are perfectly shaped. The roads are empty; all that’s left at sea are ruins of sea vessels. Dolphins and whales are everywhere. There are no trains, no airplanes, the railway tracks are rusty and the skyline is clear. The earth is in perfect condition.

Little Richard stares out the window of his room at the sky filled with birds then he lets his eyes focus on the front entrance of his family home. His unblinking eye watches a man materialize from thin air, drop off a box with a Jumia label, and vanish.

“Mom! Delivery’s here.” He says as he walks calmly away from the window.

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La Femme Anjola Review

By: Arc

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I stalled on writing this review because I couldn’t figure how to write it without dropping spoilers. La Femme Anjola is an entertaining movie with interesting characters. A lot about the movie was top notch, the extraordinary performance by the lady called Dominic, the shooting scene with the delightful watermelons and the free ad of Amala extra. Uncle Femi Jacob as usual added onscreen seasoning and Nonso Bassey did great as the male lead. The story was super and without blemish up until a point and the screen cacophony that followed after ensures this movie scores 3.5/10 on NazRev.

Everything wrong with La Femme Anjola

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Eagle Wings Review

By: Arc

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I needed this story so bad. Now my hope for Nigeria is flirting with zero, I needed a reminder of who and what I am- a Patriot. I am human and Nigerian before anything else. Right after this movie, I said the Nigerian Pledge and I meant it. This movie scores 9.5/10 on Nazrev’s books. It is a great, well thought out story. There were so many amazing themes on show: Continue reading

Coming 2 America Review

By: Arc

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Most Nigerians would so love to use this line right now eh. “Dear Uncle, I am Coming 2 America” or is it “Dear Sir, I am going 2 America, accept my resignation.”

Nazrev reviews Nollywood movies and Nollywood movies ONLY. However since they decided to cast OBO (shameless marketing, we love to see the world grovel for our market value now) and flaunt our Green & White colours; I have claimed this as a Nollywood movie.

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Namaste Wahala Review

By: Arc

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Nollywood meets Bollywood, we have the best of both worlds. This movie is the best storytelling I have seen in a long time, fusing both Indian and Nigerian values, while also creating awareness on violence against women. It is really mind blowing. YOU WISH! Ha-ha, THIS MOVIE SUCKS, THEN BLOWS THEN SUCKS AGAIN. Continue reading

…B.S Dimka Villain of 76…

By: Arc

Level: 3

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Friday the thirteenth February 1976; this date means nothing to 99.9% of the total populace. To the staying .1 it was the date Nigerians saw their expectation of good administration snatched from them. Muritala Mohammed was killed in rush hour gridlock in and Lt. Col Dimka became public enemy number one. Meet 1976’s villain: Continue reading

…Killer Curves…

By: Arc

Level: 3

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There was a time when Angelina Jolie was the hottest woman on the planet. The skinny frame was golden, the late 90s and early 2000s were for the model size 4 and below. Ladies starved and literally worked their buttocks off in the gym to fit the acceptable highly appealing skinny girl frame until anti-anorexic chants started. Times have changed; this is the era of the THICK woman, Kim K, Beyonce, Cardi B, Omotola and Princess Shingle. The only part the ladies want skinny is the waist, every other part has to be THICK. Ladies have gone desperate in the search for thickness; enter Apetamine, Maca and all sorts of products notorious for their thickening ability. It is time to break down these substances, dispel some myths and set the facts right.

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…African Giant: The Flip Side…

By: Arc

Level: 3

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Disclaimer: “I AM NOT A HATER, I AM ACTUALLY A BURNA BOY CRUSADER AND BELIEVE HE IS AMONG THE MUSICAL ELITE IN NIGERIA, AN ELITE LIST OF MINE THAT FEATURES DAREY, NNEKA, ASA, FELA, 2 FACE etc….”

I am just a disappointed fan, Burna Boy is a HUGE music talent and when I saw a NEW album- African Giant, I did a double back flip (In my mind though). This is the season of good music, not since D’banj has the musical gods smiled this hard on African music. Brown Skin Girl and the entire rave then this (Never mind whatever O.B.O is doing, yep, on that one I agree, I am a hater, promoted noise that one). Continue reading

…Festus Okotie Eboh: Nigeria’s First I.T.T…

By: Arc

Level: 3

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Forbes list was first published in March 1987, if this compilation was done in the year of 1965 it would probably have featured Chief Festus Okotie Eboh

“….He was as rich if not richer than Dantata (1955’s wealthiest in West Africa) who owned 40% of the groundnut pyramids in Kanu and was wealthier than Ojukwu father and the Orizus.”

No reference to Dangotes, Otedolas or Elumelus, the guards have changed in recent years yet we must turn our gaze to Nigeria’s FIRST truly POWERFUL man. Continue reading