Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Socialites Wearing Stuff

Everything Your Favorite Socialites Have Been Wearing Lately!
Mrs A


Mumiimaye

@fabric4elite

@teekayfashion

Tade Ayeni


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Sunday, 14 October 2018

Celebrities Wearing Stuff


Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Bisola Aiyeola

Timi Dakolo

Toke Makinwa

Ini Edo

Chika Ike



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Wednesday, 10 October 2018

‘NIGHT SCHOOL’ REVIEW: Tiffany Haddish + Kevin Hart Issa Goal!




Teddy Walker (Kevin Hart) is a successful salesman whose life takes an unexpected turn when he accidentally blows up his place of employment. Forced to attend night school to get his GED, Teddy soon finds himself dealing with a group of misfit students, his former high school nemesis and a feisty teacher (Tiffany Haddish) who doesn’t think he is too bright.




‘Night School’ is one of the most hilarious movies I’ve seen this year. I’m highly impressed that the incredibly funny duo of Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish did a fantastic job of delivering such an empathetic look at learning disabilities in a refreshingly comic way. This is a feel good comedy whose message gets to us in a relatable manner. I learnt a lot about learning disabilities such as dyslexia, and
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Friday, 5 October 2018

MOVIE REVIEW: MERRY MEN Keeps it as ‘MERRY’ as Possible!





“Merry Men” follows the story of four Abuja big boys, who are considered the city’s most eligible bachelors. They have thriving businesses, palatial homes, fast expensive cars and attention of women in no short supply. They are known as the “Merry Men” even though the ladies would prefer calling them Yoruba demons.



First off, ‘Merry Men’ is such an enjoyable and relatable movie you can’t help but love! This film scores more points than it loses because it delivers exactly what it promises. Taking the ‘Robin Hood’ background of the story into consideration, the theme is easy to comprehend and the characters, quite believable. I was particularly impressed by the synergy displayed by the quartet of Ramsey Nouah (Ayo Aleshinloye), Falz (Remi Martins), Jim Iyke (Naz Okigbo), and AY (Amaju Abioritsegbemi). They made acting seem the easiest thing ever!



As always, there won’t be any form of bias here; I’ll inform you that I noticed some not so palatable elements, chief of which were the ‘fight scenes’ which looked like some form of "abracadabra". What were they thinking? Who muddles up fight scenes like that in the year 2018? I just couldn’t deal with those scenes, especially the one with ‘Naz’ fighting some guys like a robot. Excuse me! Really? There were also some
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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Celebrities Wearing Stuff


Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Juliet Ibrahim

Ufuoma McDermott

Timaya

Toke Makinwa

Do2dtun

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Monday, 1 October 2018

MOVIE REVIEW: SYLVIA Is an ABSOLUTE DELICACY without Unnecessary Salt & Sugar




Sylvia tells the story of Richard Okezie who decides to leave Sylvia, his lifelong imaginary friend and lover for Gbemi, an actual human being. Time and life goes on leaving Richard in a dicey situation. He is now faced with the decision on a future and full commitment, either to the real world with its demands, or the surreal world which houses an increasingly frustrated Sylvia.



This movie brings us a huge ray of hope, showing us why we shouldn’t give up on Nollywood. ‘Sylvia’ is so impeccably done that you won’t notice any fault, even if you are a perfectionist. I still can’t comprehend how the crew perfectly took care of every detail; they sure had us (the audience) in mind at every stage of production. The cast and crew deserve all the ACCOLADES of this world!




‘Sylvia’ is built on a great story which surely isn’t the first of its kind, but definitely nothing like the rest. We have seen a story similar to this in Nollywood , but this one right here is ‘THE ONE’. The screenplay was done so well that I couldn’t point out any errors. No editing mistakes whatsoever. I can authoritatively say this movie is one of the best to come out of Nollywood ever! The director did a marvellous job, and the actors were simply phenomenal. The trio of
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Thursday, 27 September 2018

Celebrities Wearing Stuff

Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!

Tayo Odueke

Tonto Dikeh

Tiwa Savage

Jackie Appiah

Osas Ighodaro Ajibade


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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Celebrities Wearing Stuff


Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Toke Makinwa

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

Toke Makinwa

Biodun Okeowo

Peter Okoye

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Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Aso Ebi Styles From Taiwo Afolabi's Son's Wedding In Lagos








On Saturday 15th of September, 2018, Lagos stood still for the talk-of-the-town wedding between Olayinka Mayor Afolabi, sonof Sifax Boss, Dr Taiwo Afolabi and his pretty bride Abisola Olufunke Omisade which took place at the Cathedral Church of Christ, Marina, Lagos. The wedding reception held at Harbour Point, Victoria Island Lagos had the creme de la creme in attendance. Check out beautiful aso ebi styles from
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Friday, 14 September 2018

MOVIE REVIEW: Odunlade Adekola’s ‘THE VENDOR’ Is Far from What We Expected!




Let me start by telling you that Nollywood sweetheart, Odunlade Adekola will rake in millions anytime he releases a movie at the cinemas. Whether the movie is cinema-worthy or not is a different tale. The fans love Odunlade Adekola! Nevertheless, below is what I think of ‘The Vendor’.




‘The Vendor’ follows the story of Gbadebo, a vendor who looks at low positions with disdain and has high hopes of making something out of his life. He has a humorous personality which endears him to his customers. He goes through different ups and downs in life until he is led to cross path with an attractive benefactor and finally hits a jackpot when he meets his wealthy biological father. The discovery turns his life around.




As a comedy, ‘The Vendor’ scores above average because it really does make you laugh. Simply put, the movie is a funny one. But is it cinema-worthy? Of course not! Did the audience like it? No, they loved it! The entire hall found the movie hilarious. Now that is what a work of comedy should do to its audience. Make them roll with laughter.




My major issue with the movie is the storyline; the story had no proper structure, it was nowhere near solid, and the production seemed rushed. Most of the scenes had a ‘comedy skit feel’.






If I got a chance to say something to Odunlade Adekola, I’d simply ask
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