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10 best emotional movies to cry yourself silly.

You know sometimes you just get caught with a wave of the feels and decide ‘oh now you know what i most definitely need is a satisfying good tear jerker. Now you must be thinking of how to induce this teary state and we we would not lie there are lots of means out there. […]

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Maggie Gyllenhaal goes too far in The Kindergarten Teacher.

In a world that’s extremely rushed, fast paced with little or no appreciation for difference and unbraided creativity in early child development. It’s quite important to note that this movie has a similar camaraderie to the movie Gifted. Here, the conventional societally imposed conformity is yet to be expressed or rather is having a hard […]

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Parasite Review, Suspenseful, a ride and a creatively chilling masterpiece

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Best Motivational Movies for Entrepreneurs

When it comes to innovation and creating whether businesses or start-ups, there are select books and courses one is advised to read and watch out for but this could also be taken further. You could also as an entrepreneur get your inspiration from these compiled set of movies entrepreneurs should watch and in this post […]

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Yesterday Movie Review : A Musical walk down Memory Lane.

There have been really good musicals before this, speak of the likes of Lalaland and A Star is Born though fictional, a little but still portraying a much satisfactory and savory taste of a musical and even though Paul McCartney admitted he ‘liked’ it. Well who am i to disagree?. Directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog […]

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For Maria Ebun Pataki, a foray into the throes of Motherhood.

Apart from the low lights and solemn cinematography the Damilola Orimogunje special casts light into the easily side stepped world of new mothers and with affirmations from social media platforms, post-partum depression, a condition where by a woman who has just put to bed develops psychological trauma either from the process or otherwise but is […]

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Lady Bird movie, A tale of fortitude and young wandering.

When you have the ability to make an impression so great and even brand your initials and claim it as your name it shows, to a person, having a character of boldness and maybe a little wandering. Starring Saoirse Ronan and directed by Greta Gerwgig (Little Women), The two sides of the movie, the boldness […]

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10 best emotional movies to cry yourself silly.

You know sometimes you just get caught with a wave of the feels and decide ‘oh now you know what i most definitely need is a satisfying good tear jerker. Now you must be thinking of how to induce this teary state and we we would not lie there are lots of means out there. […]

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Maggie Gyllenhaal goes too far in The Kindergarten Teacher.

In a world that’s extremely rushed, fast paced with little or no appreciation for difference and unbraided creativity in early child development. It’s quite important to note that this movie has a similar camaraderie to the movie Gifted. Here, the conventional societally imposed conformity is yet to be expressed or rather is having a hard […]

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The High Note is not Surprising

Despite its four-star rating (Rotten Tomatoes) and such similar reviews from critics. The High Note is quite a ride and full of humorous freckles of pipe dream from an unrealistic starry eyed unexperienced music assistant trying to call the shots and challenge conventional years of experience. She makes quite a mark of course but hey, […]

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Dystopian and Out of Touch, Dylan O’Brien in Love and Monsters.

A light hearted and fun-filled ride, Love and monsters seems to miss the mark for which it was meant to be. Starring Dylan O’Brien, popularly known for his role in the MTV hit series Teen Wolf and in the Maze Runner Series. Though the latter was more scientifically advanced with lots of upbeat technologically grafted […]

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Netflix’s All Together Now is All About Being there for one Another

An adaptation of the Mathew Quick novel All Together Now (also similar to the movie title) the movie shines with the portrayal of human selflessness. Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho, who also appeared in movies like Moana and the animation Ralph Breaks the Internet) a volunteer at a teaching ESL, a job at an old people’s […]

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For Maria Ebun Pataki, a foray into the throes of Motherhood.

Apart from the low lights and solemn cinematography the Damilola Orimogunje special casts light into the easily side stepped world of new mothers and with affirmations from social media platforms, post-partum depression, a condition where by a woman who has just put to bed develops psychological trauma either from the process or otherwise but is […]

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Lady Bird movie, A tale of fortitude and young wandering.

When you have the ability to make an impression so great and even brand your initials and claim it as your name it shows, to a person, having a character of boldness and maybe a little wandering. Starring Saoirse Ronan and directed by Greta Gerwgig (Little Women), The two sides of the movie, the boldness […]

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10 best emotional movies to cry yourself silly.

You know sometimes you just get caught with a wave of the feels and decide ‘oh now you know what i most definitely need is a satisfying good tear jerker. Now you must be thinking of how to induce this teary state and we we would not lie there are lots of means out there. […]

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Maggie Gyllenhaal goes too far in The Kindergarten Teacher.

In a world that’s extremely rushed, fast paced with little or no appreciation for difference and unbraided creativity in early child development. It’s quite important to note that this movie has a similar camaraderie to the movie Gifted. Here, the conventional societally imposed conformity is yet to be expressed or rather is having a hard […]

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The High Note is not Surprising

Despite its four-star rating (Rotten Tomatoes) and such similar reviews from critics. The High Note is quite a ride and full of humorous freckles of pipe dream from an unrealistic starry eyed unexperienced music assistant trying to call the shots and challenge conventional years of experience. She makes quite a mark of course but hey, […]

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