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Movie Secret Lovers part 1-Nollywood African Movie online
Genres: Drama / Romance
Time: 1 hour, 13 minutes
Year: 2015
Studio: BSMG
Director: Unavailable
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Secret Lovers part 1-Nollywood African Movie movie online

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This was an Excellent movie~the story was just Brilliant....... Great little Aussie gem here 10/10 from me :)
@flicker ditto Im quite excited by it, something a little different
@ SgtDoss Really really good martial arts, watch online free,even sometime fantastic. LoL. you clearly never seen asian cinema, and btw, the fighting scenes are great but for 10 year olds. Poor acting, poor script. If u like martial arts dont watch it it will dissapoint you. 1/10
hilarious!! We laughed so hard. Very clever.
I liked the visuals of this movie a lot. They are really beautiful and detailed. I liked the Tim Burton resemblance too. The story is kind of scary for kids, movie online. which is the intended public. I imagine watching it in 3D would be even scarier. However, if you enjoy the kind of film that scares with charm, this is a perfect choice for you. The only thing I really did not like was that at the end I had the feeling that it was normal to have a family with such a detached dynamic. If the film is intended for a young audience that is not a good message to give them.
This movie could have easily been a good 45 minutes shorter. Secret Lovers part 1-Nollywood African Movie movie online watch.. But other than that it was worth watching, it was actually more of a drama than a comedy.
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Over the last four years, documentaries about the war in Iraq War have never been in short supply (e.g. No End in Sight, Iraq in Fragments, Fahrenheit 9-11). Hollywood and independent filmmakers, however, have seemingly avoided depicting the Iraq war, occupation, or the experiences of returning servicemen and servicewomen through narrative film. Besides Stephen Bochcos short-lived cable series, Over There, Iraq has appeared in narrative films on the margins or metaphorically. No stranger to social problem or social issue films, writer/director Paul Haggis (Letters from Iwo Jima, Flags of Our Fathers, Crash, Million Dollar Baby), felt compelled to bring his talents as a storyteller to In the Valley of Elah, a film centered on Iraq or rather the servicemen coming back from their tours in Iraq. In the Valley of Elah may just be the first, great film about the Iraq war and the occupation.Loosely based on a real world case, In the Valley of Elah is set in November, 2004, just days before the presidential election that ultimately gave President Bush a second term in the White House. Hank Deerfield (Tommy Lee Jones), a retired Army Sargeant and MP, gets a call at his Munroe, Tennessee home. His son, Mike (Jonathan Tucker), a specialist in the army, has gone absent without leave (AWOL) after returning from military duty in Iraq to an army base in New Mexico. Deerfields wife and Mikes mother, Joan (Susan Sarandon), fears the worst when she hears the news, but Deerfield decides to investigate his sons disappearance, with or without the cooperation of the military authorities. Once in New Mexico, Deerfields efforts to obtain information from a military detective, Lt. Kirklander (Jason Patric), quickly hits a dead end. Kirklander allows Deerfield to meet the servicemen who served with Mike in Iraq, Penning (Wes Chatham), Bonner (Jake McLaughlin), Long (Mehcad Brooks), and Ortiz (Victor Wolf), but they say little of substance. Deerfield manages to swipe Mikes camera-equipped cell phone from his belongings at the base. With the help of a local hacker, Deerfield obtains access to video footage Mike took during his tour in Iraq. Deerfield attempts to file a missing person report with the local police meets resistance, but his persistence pays off when one detective, Emily Sanders (Charlize Theron), agrees to help him, if only reluctantly. Their investigation leads Deerfield to discover disturbing truths about his son and the circumstances surrounding his sons disappearance.For a filmmaker often criticized for his didacticism, Haggis takes a refreshingly restrained, nuanced approach here. Rather than have his characters engage in long diatribes or sermons where they stake out their moral and political positions, Haggis allows the characters to reveal themselves through what they do as much as what they say or refuse to say. That means, of course, that we get several confessional scenes, all leading to a big revelation (which really isnt), but In the Valley of Elah is just enough of a mystery to keep things moving at a solid pace without too many losses of momentum.In a film filled with note-worthy performances, a credit, at minimum, to Haggis ability to bring out naturalistic performances from his cast, several deserve special mention, beginning with, unsurprisingly Tommy Lee Jones, who masterfully evokes a career military man drawing on rapidly dwindling reserves of strength and discipline to uncover the truth about his son, regardless of where the truth leads him. Just as good, if not better, is Susan Sarandon, who, in a handful of all-too-brief scenes, powerfully evokes a woman overwhelmed by anger, grief, and loss. Its an understated, restrained performance thats no better than in a scene where the truth about her sons disappearance becomes painfully clear. As for the title, David met and defeated Goliath in the Valley of Elah. Hank tells the David and Goliath story to Sanders son to illustrate ideas about bravery, sacrifice, and long odds, but the story and the metaphor hangs heavily over the film, suggesting perhaps that the United States is the Goliath that will eventually lose to David (i.e., Iraq), mostly out of hubris. More importantly, In the Valley of Elah dramatizes what returning servicemen from Iraq and Afghanistan and their families have been experiencing as they attempt to readjust to civilian life. That Haggis does it with uncommon subtlety and sensitivity is what ultimately makes In the Valley of Elah a heartbreaking film about the personal costs of war for servicemen and servicewomen and their families.
I went and saw The Number 23 tonight with my friend Joanna. Secret Lovers part 1Nollywood African Movie WoW!!! She wanted to see this because her brother said it was great. If Bridge to Terabithia had been at the theatre we were at, perhaps I would have been spared. This was awful. So incredibly dumb. Jim Carrey does not work for me in serious roles, and I just think that Virginia Madesen is a terrible actress (yes, even in Sideways). There was a bizarre use of imagery (the dog - it could not be in the flashbacks = dogs dont live that long = argh!!!!). The book which is the focus of the film, isnt even well written. It was also a huge stretch that everything was 23 - like when anything came to 32, which is 23 backwards. The ending was totally obvious and the foreshadowing was way too blatent. The son was unbelievable - you would question what was happening at least once. As for Virginia, well, you would think if you met your husband by bumping into him as he walked out of a mental institution, you would clue in. The moral of the story ending was just awful. This movie was frustratingly bad. The bright side is Lynn Collins. Ive been a fan of hers since The Merchant of Venice. She needs to be in more movies. The Opinion: GAH NO!!! NO NO NO NO
Superbad is the misadventures of best friends Seth and Evan who are on a mission to get laid by obtaining alcohol for a party hosted by Jules, a cute and down to earth red head. Of Judd Apatows films, I think this is the least interesting and least funny. It felt like a rehash of American Pie with an attempt at Kevin Smith-like dialogue. For a comedy, Id recommend Knocked Up or Hot Fuzz over Superbad.
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