• game of thrones real life locations
    Book and Movie Review,  Travel

    5 Game of Thrones’ Real Life Filming Locations You Should Visit

    It’s no longer news that Game of Thrones is one of the most watched TV series in the history of TV. It almost seems like a crime not to be a fan of the popular series. In 2016 alone, Game of Thrones won 12 Primetime Emmy Awards and has also been recorded as one of the most expensive TV shows produced as of 2018. Even though the series is an adaptation of George R.R Martin’s fantasy novels, lots and lots of the scenes were filmed at real life locations in different countries. The series is popular for its historical and dramatic locations that YOU can also visit. No doubt, these…

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    Book and Movie Review

    The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Movie – A Must-Watch

    The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Movie Trailer  I’m about to finish watching ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind‘ on Netflix, and I just can’t wait to review it. Let me confess that I’d cancelled my Netflix subscription two days ago because I don’t have the luxury of time to watch movies. I decided to relax with a movie before the end of my subscription in a few hours. I clicked on the featured movie on the Netflix app, which is ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind‘, and I found myself at the edge of my seat as I watched. I’m so excited to review this movie because it’s…

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    Book and Movie Review

    Lionheart Movie (2018) [Cast, Trailer, Plot & Reviews]

    Lionheart Movie Lionheart Movie Trailer  Again, just like King of Boys, if you are Nigerian and you haven’t heard of Lionheart, a movie directed by our dear Genevieve Nnaji, then, I’m judging you, just like Luvvie Ajayi would. Anyways, Lionheart is the movie of the moment, it’s the word on the lips of everyone because it’s the first Nigerian movie to be acquired by Netflix. It’s the most talked about movie on social media right now and differing opinions have been flying on every corner. Lionheart Plot “Lionheart tells the story of Adaeze Obiagu (portrayed by Nnaji), who wants to substitute for her father, Ernest Obiagu (Pete Edochie) when he can no…

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    Book and Movie Review,  Nigerian in Diaspora

    King of Boys (2018) Movie [Cast, Trailer & Reviews]

    If you’ve not heard about the movie, King of Boys, especially if you live in Nigeria or you’re Nigerian, then you’re probably living under a rock. Because King of Boys is the movie of the moment. King of Boys is on everyone’s lips. King of Boys here, King of Boys there. And it’s so sad that people living outside Nigeria cannot watch it because it’s only showing in Nigerian cinemas.  King of Boys Trailer King of Boys is a movie written and directed by Kemi Adetiba. King of Boys Movie Plot “King of Boys follows the story of Alhaja Eniola Salami, a businesswoman and philanthropist with a checkered past and…

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    Book and Movie Review,  Celebrity,  News and Entertainment,  Nigerian in Diaspora,  Relationship and Family

    Look who’s engaged- Luvvie Ajayi!

    Luvvie Ajayi is engaged! Yippeee!!! The new York Times bestselling author of I’m Judging You- The Do Better Manual announced her engagement on her Instagram page. Let me confess- Luvvie Ajayi is one of my most favourite women in the world. I’m sure she doesn’t know this, and she doesn’t know me even but I’m sure she knows that she’s loved by many (women especially). How did I get to know that this awesome personality exists? I stumbled on her book, I’m Judging You- The Do Better Manual online and I decided to get it and read because of her Yoruba surname. I have a thing for Nigerian writers. I…

  • Book and Movie Review

    BOOK REVIEW: STAY WITH ME

    Stay With Me, written by Ayobami Adebayo, is set in Nigeria between the 1980s and 2008. It is a story of love between Yejide and Akin, which starts in the cinema hall of Obafemi Awolowo  Universityand blossoms into marriage, albeit a tumultuous one as the couple grapples with the challenges of infertility. Of course, in  African society, it is a taboo for a childless couple to be happy. Akin succumbs to his mother’s pressure to get a new wife who will give him children and who knows, will help Yejide to become pregnant because a child calls forth another. Yejide seeks desperate measures to get pregnant, one of which includes…