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Critical Writing and Reviewing! Outdoor Quiz (Question Three)

Look for any of these reviews online and post here” Book review; Movie Review; Music Review; Artwork Review; There are several examples of reviews online. Find one and show us here. If it is too lengthy you can give only the HEAD and THE NECK, including weblink you got it from so I can check it out.

No two persons should send the same review. Make sure you write your name and reg number, including your team name in our answer. Send your answer as a response to this post.

Just search online for an already written review and post here. You learn how to write reviews by reading reviews written by others. If the one you found is too lengthy, just present only the preliminary information and the Neck. Leave off the rest.

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Chinenye Nwabueze

He is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mass Communication, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, COOU, (formerly Anambra State University), Igbariam Campus.

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  1. Name: Obi Joy Chisom
    Reg no: 2016054050
    Team Houphouet Boigny

    I Capture the Castle
    Review by Lauren W., age 17, Mensa in Georgia
    Dodie Smith’s novel I Capture the Castle is a journey through the mind of a young writer as she attempts to chronicle her daily life. Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Mortmain has recently learned to speed-write, and she decides to work on her writing skills by describing the actions and conversations of those around her.
    Cassandra lives in a fourteenth-century English castle with an interesting cast of characters: her beautiful older sister, Rose; her rather unsociable author father and his second wife, artist-model Topaz; Stephen, the garden boy; a cat and a bull terrier; and sometimes her brother Thomas when he is home from school. One fateful day they make the acquaintance of the Cotton family, including the two sons, and a web of tangled relationships ensues.

    1. Approved but where is the link?

  2. Omenuko Adaobi Promise

    Team Wawrinka
    Omenuko Adaobi Promise
    2016054135
    MOVIE INFO
    WONDER WOMAN
    More
    Rating: PG-13 (for sequences of violence and action, and some suggestive content)
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By: Patty Jenkins
    Written By: Allan Heinberg, Zack Snyder, Jason Fuchs
    In Theaters: Jun 2, 2017 Wide
    On Disc/Streaming: Sep 19, 2017
    Box Office: $412,400,625
    Runtime: 141 minutes
    Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
    An Amazon princess (Gal Gadot) finds her idyllic life on an island occupied only by female warriors interrupted when a pilot (Chris Pine) crash-lands nearby. After rescuing him, she learns that World War I is engulfing the planet, and vows to use her superpowers to restore peace. Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster).
    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/

  3. Uchechukwu chisom

    Prison break :Michael Scofield is a desperate man in a desperate situation. His brother, Lincoln Burrows, was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit and put on Death Row. Michael holds up a bank to get himself incarcerated alongside his brother in Fox River State Penitentiary, then sets in motion a series of elaborate plans to break Lincoln out and prove his innocence. Once out of jail, their perils aren’t over — the brothers must flee to escape recapture and battle an intricate political conspiracy that puts everyone’s life at risk.
    First episode date: 29 August 2005 uchechukwu chisom team Mobutu seseko

    1. Where is the preliminary information? You have to provide it with the link to the story. Ojiego Ignore

  4. Ezeifeka Emmanuella (19)

    Team Anna Politscovscaya
    Voice from the Stone poster.jpg
    Directed by
    Eric Dennis Howell
    Produced by
    Dean Zanuck
    Stefano Gallini-Durante
    Written by
    Andrew Shaw
    Based on
    Voice from the Stone
    by Silvio Raffo
    Starring
    Emilia Clarke
    Marton Csokas
    Edward George Dring
    Music by
    Michael Wandmacher
    Cinematography
    Peter Simonite
    Edited by
    Clayton Condit
    Production
    companies
    Zanuck Independent
    Code 39 Films
    Producer Capital Fund
    Release date
    April 20, 2017 (St. Paul premiere)
    April 28, 2017
    Running time
    94 minutes
    Country
    United States
    Language
    English, Italian
    The film was released on 28 April 2017
    Voice from the Stone is a 2017 American supernatural psychological thriller film directed by Eric D. Howell and written by Andrew Shaw, based on the novel of the same name by Silvio Raffo. The film tells about a young patient of a female psychologist, who gave a promise to the dying mother to remain silent, until her spirit returns.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_from_the_Stone

  5. Book Review: The Story of a Beautiful Girl
    New book from Rachel Simon is a story of love and hope.
    Posted Jul 24, 2011

    The Story of a Beautiful Girl is a love story unlike any before.

    Written by best-selling author Rachel Simon.
    The Story of a Beautiful Girl explores the love between two people that others assume incapable of connection. And, though fiction, offers a look into the dark past of America’s institutions and the abuse and neglect of people too vulnerable to fight back.

    The book has been an Indie Bound Bestseller, Christian Science Monitor Bestseller and highlighted by Oprah Magazine and USA Today. Simon blogs frequently about her travels, her writing and her advocacy for people with disabilities.

    The Story of a Beautiful Girl is a wonderful and brave story.

    Courtesy of psychologytoday.com.

    Name : Oguejiofor sochima Bernard
    Reg:,2016054026
    Team Sambisa

    1. Approved but no link to review

  6. https://www.mensaforkids.org/
    Name: Obi Joy Chisom
    Reg no: 2016054050
    Team Houphouet Boigny
    I Capture the Castle
    Review by Lauren W., age 17, Mensa in Georgia
    Dodie Smith’s novel I Capture the Castle is a journey through the mind of a young writer as she attempts to chronicle her daily life. Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Mortmain has recently learned to speed-write, and she decides to work on her writing skills by describing the actions and conversations of those around her.
    Cassandra lives in a fourteenth-century English castle with an interesting cast of characters: her beautiful older sister, Rose; her rather unsociable author father and his second wife, artist-model Topaz; Stephen, the garden boy; a cat and a bull terrier; and sometimes her brother Thomas when he is home from school. One fateful day they make the acquaintance of the Cotton family, including the two sons, and a web of tangled relationships ensues.

    1. Approved but no link to review

  7. Leòn-Portilla, Miguel. Aztec Thought and Culture: A Study of the Ancient Nahuatl ……Mind. Translated by Jack Emory Davis. Norman: University of Oklahoma ……Press, 1963.

    Review by Kelly Robison

    In this ambitious work, Leòn-Portilla endeavors to ascertain the existence of a class of philosophers in Aztec society. If philosophy, and not merely religion, was present in Nahuatl culture, what did these philosophers attempt to accomplish? Through a study of Nahuatl texts and post-Conquest records, Leòn-Portilla examines the manifestations of rational thought and inquiry in Mexico prior to the Conquest.

    1. Approved but no link to review

  8. Egbuwalo Teniola Glory

    Egbuwalo Teniola Glory
    2016054113
    quiz no:18
    Team Houphouet boigny

    The head:
    Book title: The devil’s company
    book authour:David liss
    year of publication:1722
    publisher:goodreads
    reviewer: Peter clothier

    The Neck:
    The Devil’s Company, a treat for lovers of historical fiction, sees the return of Benjamin Weaver in his third exciting romp through the varied and sometimes surreal landscape of 18th-century London. Weaver is an endearing protagonist, a former pugilist and investigator for hire whom we first met in David Liss’s A Conspiracy of Paper (1999).”

    1. Approved but no link to review

  9. ojukwu Ogochukwu
    2016054041
    team: Mogadishu
    web link: http://www.wizardofOzreview.com
    By: Hajra Salim
    13 years old, Rawalpindi
    The Wizard Of Oz is a high fantasy, magic and wizardry children’s novel. The author of this novel L. Frank Baum wrote 17 more books about the Wizard Of Oz. The story had been made into films many times. The most famous were made in 1939 and 2013. He wanted to write a fairy tale that was full of mystery,
    imagination and magic.
    The Wizard Of Oz is a story about a trip to a magical fairyland. At the beginning of the story, there is a cyclone. The cyclone carries Dorothy’s house to the land of Oz. Dorothy is a sweet little girl who lives in a small farmhouse in the middle of Kansas. She lived there with her Uncle Henry and Aunt Em. Uncle Henry was a farmer. Dorothy was a very kind simple girl, there were no other families to visit, or children to play with but Dorothy had someone to play with. It was a little dog. His name was Toto, So Dorothy was never bored.

  10. Updated: Mar 13, 2018 08:46 IST
    By Rohan Naahar , Hindustan Times
    Tomb Raider
    Director – Roar Uthaug
    Cast – Alicia Vikander, Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Kristin Scott Thomas
    Rating – 2.5/5
    While it’s only fair to request — no, demand — that comic book movies get the respect they deserve, the same can hardly be said for films based on video games. While even the most generic comic book movies are beginning to push boundaries like never before, video game adaptations have for decades squandered every opportunity they’ve been given — a wealth of immensely successful source material, A-list actors and directors, tentpole budgets, and a freedom that wouldn’t have been possible without the comic book adaptations whose success they hope to emulate.
    Website:https://m. hindustantimes. com
    Ahanonu chiazom
    Team Mogadishu
    2016054073

  11. Omenuko Adaobi Promise

    Team Wawrinka
    Omenuko Adaobi Promise
    2016054135
    MOVIE INFO
    WONDER WOMAN
    More
    Rating: PG-13 (for sequences of violence and action, and some suggestive content)
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By: Patty Jenkins
    Written By: Allan Heinberg, Zack Snyder, Jason Fuchs
    In Theaters: Jun 2, 2017 Wide
    On Disc/Streaming: Sep 19, 2017
    Box Office: $412,400,625
    Runtime: 141 minutes
    Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
    An Amazon princess (Gal Gadot) finds her idyllic life on an island occupied only by female warriors interrupted when a pilot (Chris Pine) crash-lands nearby. After rescuing him, she learns that World War I is engulfing the planet, and vows to use her superpowers to restore peace. Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster).
    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/wonder_woman_2017/

  12. Half of a Yellow Sun
    First edition
    Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Country: Nigeria
    Language:English
    Genre: Historical fiction
    Published January 15, 2007
    reviewer: Wikipedia
    The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70). The effect of the war is shown through the dynamic relationships of five people’s lives including twin daughters of an influential
    businessman, a professor, a British citizen, and a houseboy. After Biafra’s declaration of secession.
    The book jumps between events that took place during the early and late 1960s, when the war took place, and extends until the end of the war.
    the lives of the main characters drastically changed and were torn apart by the brutality of the civil war and decisions in their personal lives.
    link:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half_of_a_Yellow_Sun
    Otukpa Joseph Spencer
    2016054084
    Team Nkuruziza

  13. Egbuwalo Teniola Glory

    Egbuwalo Teniola Glory
    2016054113
    quiz no:18
    Team Houphouet boigny

    The head:
    Book title: The devil’s company
    book authour:David liss
    year of publication:1722
    publisher:goodreads
    genre: Novel
    reviewer: Frank Tallis

    The Neck:
    The Devil’s Company, a treat for lovers of historical fiction, sees the return of Benjamin Weaver in his third exciting romp through the varied and sometimes surreal landscape of 18th-century London. Weaver is an endearing protagonist, a former pugilist and investigator for hire whom we first met in David Liss’s A Conspiracy of Paper (1999).”

  14. Nwabuoku Sandra Chioma

    Nwabuoku Sandra Chioma
    2016054142
    Team MARRAKECH

    JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
    Rating: PG-13 (for adventure action, suggestive content and some language)
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By: Jake Kasdan
    Written By: Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Scott Rosenberg, Jeff Pinkner
    In Theaters: Dec 20, 2017 Limited
    On Disc/Streaming: Mar 20, 2018
    Box Office: £393,201,353
    Runtime: 112 minutes
    Studio: Columbia Pictures
    Reviewer: Rotten Tomatoes

    When four high-school kids discover an old video game console with a game they’ve never heard of–Jumanji–they are immediately drawn into the game’s jungle setting, literally becoming the avatars they chose: gamer Spencer becomes a brawny adventurer (Dwayne Johnson); football jock Fridge loses (in his words) “the top two feet of his body” and becomes an Einstein (Kevin Hart); popular girl Bethany becomes a middle-aged male professor (Jack Black); and wallflower Martha becomes a badass warrior (Karen Gillan). What they discover is that you don’t just play Jumanji–you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they’ll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves–or they’ll be stuck in the game forever. ,Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle uses a charming cast and a humorous twist to offer an undemanding yet solidly entertaining update on its source material.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/jumanji_welcome_to_the_jungle/

  15. chikwurah chinwike Christopher

    reg no 2016054146
    team Banda Aceh.
    movie review

    Release date: 16 February 2018 (Nigeria)

    Director: Ryan Coogler

    Budget: 200 million USD

    Production company: Marvel Studios

    Producers: Kevin Feige, David J. Grant
    reviewer. chukwurah chinwike
    After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda to take his rightful place as king. When a powerful enemy suddenly reappears, T’Challa’s mettle as king — and as Black Panther — gets tested when he’s drawn into a conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people.

    1. Approved but no link to review

  16. Micheal Nwazuloke
    2016045126
    Team Marrakech
    Movie Review

    Movie Title: Hotel Rwanda
    Director: Terry George
    Genre:
    Cast: Sophie Okonado,Nick Notle,Tony Korogne.
    Date: 22 December,2004
    Reviewer: Micheal Nwazuloke

    Paul Rusesabagina (Don Cheadle), a Hutu, manages the Hôtel des Mille Collines and lives a happy life with his Tutsi wife (Sophie Okonedo) and their three children. But when Hutu military forces initiate a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Tutsi minority, Paul is compelled to allow refugees to take shelter in his hotel. As the U.N. pulls out, Paul must struggle alone to protect the Tutsi refugees in the face of the escalating violence later known as the Rwandan genocide.

    WebLink:https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0395169/fullcredits

  17. Judith Bennett’s Ale, Beer, and Brewsters in England

    One of feminism’s paradoxes—one that challenges many of its optimistic histories—is how patriarchy remains persistent over time. While
    Judith Bennett’s Ale, Beer, and Brewsters in England: Women’s Work in a Changing World, 1300-1600 recognizes medieval women as historical actors through their ale brewing, it also shows that female agency had its limits with the advent of beer. I had assumed that those limits were religious and political, but Bennett shows how a “patriarchal equilibrium” shut women out of economic life as well. Her analysis of women’s wages in ale and beer production proves that a change in women’s work does not equate to a change in working women’s status. Contemporary feminists and historians alike should read Bennett’s book and think twice when they crack open their next brewsky.

    https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/book-reviews/

    Amunike Nkechi Lynda
    2016054133
    Team Sambisa

    1. Where is preliminary information? Provide it o. Ojiego ignore

      1. Book title:Judith Bennett’s Ale, Beer, and Brewsters in England: Women’s work in a changing world, 1300-1600.
        Book author:Judith .M. Bennett.
        Year of publication:1996
        Publisher: Oxford University Press.

        One of feminism’s paradoxes—one that challenges many of its optimistic histories—is how patriarchy remains persistent over time. While
        Judith Bennett’s Ale, Beer, and Brewsters in England: Women’s Work in a Changing World, 1300-1600 recognizes medieval women as historical actors through their ale brewing, it also shows that female agency had its limits with the advent of beer. I had assumed that those limits were religious and political, but Bennett shows how a “patriarchal equilibrium” shut women out of economic life as well. Her analysis of women’s wages in ale and beer production proves that a change in women’s work does not equate to a change in working women’s status. Contemporary feminists and historians alike should read Bennett’s book and think twice when they crack open their next brewsky.

        https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/book-reviews/

        Amunike Nkechi Lynda
        2016054133
        Team Sambisa

      2. Sir please, name of the reviewer was not mentioned. All that was said about the reviewer was: “consider the following brief book review written for a history course on medieval Europe by a student who is fascinated with beer.” That was the only detail revealed about the reviewer.

        1. Approved but next time put the website name as reviewer if you can’t find any name as reviewer. For now I will accept this. Approved

  18. Millbrooke, A.M. (1999). Aviation History. Englewood, CO: Jeppensen Sanderson.

    Reviewed by Nanette Scarpellini, University of Nebraska at Omaha.

    Aviation History delivers an entertaining account and perspective on international aviation history. This book is an excellent resource to students, educators, and aviation enthusiasts. In reviewing this book, the principal criteria included content, organization, and reference sources. While editing errors and organizational incongruities plague some of the latter chapters, many of the shortcomings of this first edition will likely be alleviated by later editions. These problems are only a minor distraction to the story being told.

  19. Song title..Portharcourt 1st son
    Artiste..Duncan Mighty
    Genre..R&B/Soul
    Album Title..Portharcourt son
    Duration.. 5minutes and 45 seconds
    Year released.. July23,2013
    Reviewer..Ochomgba chinenye
    The title of the song gives us a clear understanding of What this songs all about .it tells us of where the artists comes from and how life over has been for him.
    This song combined the use of two languages which is Igbo and English in other for clear understanding of what the music is all about
    Web link..https:/www.amazon.com.
    2016054148
    Banda ache

  20. Emefo nkechi chinenye.2016054016.team Rosa park
    Movie title: pitch perfect 3
    Created& produced by;Elizabeth banks, Paul Brooks
    Key actors; Anna kendrick(becca) Elizabeth banks( gail) Esther Dean (Cynthia rose) Kelley jakle(jessica)
    Date; November 30 2017
    Episodes:…….
    Reviewer; Emefo nkechi chinenye
    Pitch perfect 3 is an American musical comedy film. The movie is all about the Bellas, how they graduated from college, reunited for one final singing competition together at an overseas USO tour. They were face with a group that uses both instruments and voices.
    Weblink; chrome

    1. Approved but no link to review

  21. Udogu Ogechi Victory

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    Titanic Movie Review
    Titanic
    | Roger Ebert

    December 19, 1997 |
    Like a great iron Sphinx on the ocean floor, the Titanic faces still toward the West, interrupted forever on its only voyage. We see it in the opening shots of “Titanic,” encrusted with the silt of 85 years; a remote-controlled TV camera snakes its way inside, down corridors and through doorways, showing us staterooms built for millionaires and inherited by crustaceans.

    These shots strike precisely the right note; the ship calls from its grave for its story to be told, and if the story is made of showbiz and hype, smoke and mirrors–well, so was the Titanic. She was “the largest moving work of man in all history,” a character boasts, neatly dismissing the Pyramids and the Great Wall. There is a shot of her, early in the film, sweeping majestically beneath the camera from bow to stern, nearly 900 feet long and “unsinkable,” it was claimed, until an iceberg made an irrefutable reply.

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    James Cameron’s 194-minute, $200 million film of the tragic voyage is in the tradition of the great Hollywood epics. It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted and spellbinding. If its story stays well within the traditional formulas for such pictures, well, you don’t choose the most expensive film ever made as your opportunity to reinvent the wheel.

    We know before the movie begins that certain things must happen. We must see the Titanic sail and sink, and be convinced we are looking at a real ship. There must be a human story–probably a romance–involving a few of the passengers. There must be vignettes involving some of the rest and a subplot involving the arrogance and pride of the ship’s builders–and perhaps also their courage and dignity. And there must be a reenactment of the ship’s terrible death throes; it took two and a half hours to sink, so that everyone aboard had time to know what was happening, and to consider their actions.

    All of those elements are present in Cameron’s “Titanic,” weighted and balanced like ballast, so that the film always seems in proportion. The ship was made out of models (large and small), visual effects and computer animation.
    The human story involves an 17-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) who is sailing to what she sees as her own personal doom: She has been forced by her penniless mother to become engaged to marry a rich, supercilious snob named Cal Hockley (Billy Zane), and so bitterly does she hate this prospect that she tries to kill herself by jumping from the ship. She is saved by Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio), a brash kid from steerage, and of course they will fall in love during the brief time left to them.

    The screenplay tells their story in a way that unobtrusively shows off the ship. Jack is invited to join Rose’s party at dinner in the first class dining room, and later, fleeing from Cal’s manservant, Lovejoy (David Warner), they find themselves first in the awesome engine room, with pistons as tall as churches, and then at a rousing Irish dance in the crowded steerage. (At one point Rose gives Lovejoy the finger; did young ladies do that in 1912?) Their exploration is intercut with scenes from the command deck, where the captain (Bernard Hill) consults with Andrews (Victor Garber), the ship’s designer and Ismay (Jonathan Hyde), the White Star Line’s managing director.

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    Ismay wants the ship to break the trans-Atlantic speed record. He is warned that icebergs may have floated into the hazardous northern crossing but is scornful of danger. The Titanic can easily break the speed record but is too massive to turn quickly at high speed; there is an agonizing sequence that almost seems to play in slow motion, as the ship strains and shudders to turn away from an iceberg in its path–and fails.

    We understand exactly what is happening at that moment because of an ingenious story technique by Cameron, who frames and explains the entire voyage in a modern story. The opening shots of the real Titanic, we are told, are obtained during an expedition led by Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton), an undersea explorer. He seeks precious jewels but finds a nude drawing of a young girl. Meanwhile, an ancient woman sees the drawing on TV and recognizes herself. This is Rose (Gloria Stuart), still alive at 101. She visits Paxton and shares her memories (“I can still smell the fresh paint”). And he shows her video scenes
    The image from the Titanic that has haunted me, ever since I first read the story of the great ship, involves the moments right after it sank. The night sea was quiet enough so that cries for help carried easily across the water to the lifeboats, which drew prudently away. Still dressed up in the latest fashions, hundreds froze and drowned. What an extraordinary position to find yourself in after spending all that money for a ticket on an unsinkable ship.

    Titanic Movie Poster
    Titanic (1997)
    Cast
    Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson
    Kate Winslet as Rose Dewitt Bukater
    Billy Zane as Cal Hockley
    Kathy Bates as Molly Brown
    Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett
    Written and Directed by
    James Cameron
    Action, Disaster, Drama, Romance

    Rated PG-13 For Shipwreck Scenes, Mild Language and Sexuality

    194 minutes

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    1. Approved but no link to review

  22. Aguinam ojukwu faustina

    Bobo by Mayorkun ft Davido

    Song title: Bobo
    Artiste: Mayorkun
    Guest feature: Davido
    Genre: World
    Director: Clarence Peter
    Year released: 2018
    Reviewer: Aguinam Ojukwu Faustina
    The title of the song says it all.The song mirrors the mind of Nigerian youths when it comes to love and relationships.Indeed with money a man is never ugly “na money be fine bobo”.Bobo is a good song,it is not much of a regular song but rather its a great way to usher in music career
    Team Nkurunziza
    2016054091

    1. Approved but no link to review

  23. ONUORAH ADAEZE CHIDIMMA

    The preliminary information of the movie “The hurricane heist”
    Movie Title_The hurricane heist
    Created and produced by Danny Roth, Damiano Tucci
    Key actors and actresses_Toby Kennel(will Ritledge), Maggie Grace (Casey Corbyn) Ryan U wanted (Breeze Rutledge), Ralf Ineron (Connor Perkins) Melissa Bolona (Sasha Van Dietrich
    Date _March 9,2018
    Duration_103mins
    Reviewer_ONUORAH ADAEZE CHIDIMMA
    THE NECK _The hurricane heist is a television drama series which features a team of tech hackers who embark on a $600 million robbery from a coastal Vs Treasury facility at the same time a disastrous category 5 hurricane is set to strike
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hurricane_Heist
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    Quiz num _084

  24. Team rosa park 2016054069
    EXAMPLE OF ART REVIEWS 1
    BY PHILLIP FLOCKHART
    Nocturne noblest:

    a review of the Art Work of Valerie Brennan.

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    Somnambolists Panorama’: 150 x 25cm. wwc Valeire Brenan, 2008.

    There is a haunting melody that run’s through all of Valerie’s work, that marks it as distinctive.

    Her mark making techniques reveal a competence that can only come from talent that has been put through its paces- her work exhudes the quality that comes only from the hard work of application and quest.

    Opalescent colours of subtle tones can be suddenly juxtaposed to bright opaque primary patches expertly placed to jolt the senses, an experience that Stass Paraskos referred to as the ‘rusty nail’ that brings us up with a shock to the senses and draws us, the viewer in for a closer look, to be rewarded by the more quiet changes in mood effected by masterly use of soft mark making that lulls us back to a sense of security.

    Her current location of Mexico City has certainly found its vibrant way into her recent work- the hustle and bustle of night life, with its promise of satisfied lusts or desires are clearly experienced in her elongated ‘nocturne’ panels (‘The Somnambulists Panorama I & II’) and the suggestion of dangerous excitement is the stamp of the ‘Posthumous Shadow’ and ‘Mapping Night’ where the real dangers of inner city night life become palpably tangible.

    There is also present a sense of fun, the sheer enjoyment of shape and colour depicted in ‘Red Jelly, Yellow Jelly’ which levers memories of childhood party life form the depths of forgotten images but the levity does not detract form the sheer visual eloquence that is the hallmark of this artist.

    The work is truly enjoyable and can be viewed at the artists website:

    valeriebrennan.com

    and obtainable form the artist or the ‘Apocalypse Gallery’ in Cyprus.

    phillip flockhart,

    chonburi, thailand,

    may 2009.

    Notes:

    1. Approved but no link to review

  25. BLACK NOVEMBER
    Directed by Jeta Amata
    Produced by Bernard Alexander
    Jeta Amata, Ori Ayonmike, Marc Byers, Wilson Ebiye, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Dede Mabiaku
    Written by Jeta Amata
    Released 8 may 2012
    Genre Film soundtrack
    Length 1:25:23 (95 minutes)

    “Black November narrates the true story of the corruption and greedy tactics used by multi-national oil corporations and the Nigerian government to hide the truth about the oils spills in the Niger Delta, while making a large sum of money from exporting what really belongs to the Nigerian citizens. Sadly, the people most affected by the spills get rewarded not even a penny for their agony”

    UMEAKU SOMTO ONYEDIKA
    TEAM BOUAKE
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_November

    1. BLACK NOVEMBER
      Directed: by Jeta Amata
      Produced by Bernard Alexander
      Jeta Amata, Ori Ayonmike, Marc Byers, Wilson Ebiye, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Dede Mabiaku
      Written: by Jeta Amata
      Released: 8 may 2012
      Genre Film soundtrack
      Length: 1:25:23 (95 minutes)
      Reviewer: UMEAKU SOMTO ONYEDIKA

      “Black November narrates the true story of the corruption and greedy tactics used by multi-national oil corporations and the Nigerian government to hide the truth about the oils spills in the Niger Delta, while making a large sum of money from exporting what really belongs to the Nigerian citizens. Sadly, the people most affected by the spills get rewarded not even a penny for their agony”

      UMEAKU SOMTO ONYEDIKA
      TEAM BOUAKE
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_November

  26. Ezenwajiugo Somto Prosper

    Team: wawrinka
    Movie Tittle: Underground
    Produced by: Joe pokaski
    Genre: period drama
    Key actors/actress: Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge ,Jessica De Gouw ,Alano Miller,
    Christopher Meloni, Amirah Vann
    Date: march 9 2016
    Reviewer: Ezenwajiugo Somto

    Underground is an American television period drama series created by Misha Green and Joe Pokaski about Underground Railroad in Antebellum Georgia . its critically acclaimed drama about a group of runaway slaves and abolitionists fighting for freedom along the Underground Railroad , though its creators have vowed to find a new home for it .
    2016054089

  27. Nwufo vivian chidimma, quiz no80, team: Bouake, 2016054033

    Famous Paintings: The Scream

    The Scream by Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is one of the most famous paintings in Western art history, and inarguably one of the most readily recognized.

    Edvard Munch. The Scream, 1893. Tempera and casein on cardboard, 36 by 29″. Munch Museum, Oslo.
    Edvard Munch. The Scream, 1893. Tempera and casein on cardboard, 36 by 29″. Munch Museum, Oslo.

    The painter spent his childhood in Oslo, the second of five children born to a prominent Norwegian family. His mother and two siblings died when Munch was young. By the age of 17, Munch discovered painting as a tool to articulate his feelings of depression and fear of death.

    Although he received little formal training, his style matured in the 1890s after his exposure in Paris to Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh paintings. Their energetic brushwork and bold colors provided a subjective vocabulary for personal interpretation of subjects.

    These famous painters were among those experimenting with the direct expression of emotion as the primary element in painting, rather than the Impressionist aesthetic that valued style, form and color more highly. Munch viewed art making as a quest to express his most privately-held feelings and beliefs, saying

    In my art I have tried to find an explanation for life and to discover its meaning. I also intended to help others understand life.

    Trepan mummy from Chachapoya kingdom in Peru. AFP Photo Francois Guillot
    Trepan mummy from Chachapoya kingdom in Peru. AFP Photo Francois Guillot

    To acheive this goal, Munch created The Frieze of Life, his lifelong series of paintings in which he sought to resolve elementary questions about life. This grand view of the purpose of art was not unusual, and was similarly pursued by artists in works such as

    Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) in Gates of Hell;
    Paul Gauguin’s Where Do We Come From? Who are We? Where are We Going? and
    Pablo Picasso in La Vie.
    The Frieze of Life consists of many well-known Edvard Munch paintings, including The Scream, but no other conveys the angst seen in it.

    According to Thomas Hoving, past Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this iconic Munch work

    …truly stands alone in art. Before Munch, no one in history portrayed human fear and pain outside of specific depictions of gladiatorial contests, battles and hand-to-hand combat, the torturing of saints, or people being attacked by fierce animals.” (1)

    As with van Gogh, Munch’s deteriorating mental condition underlies his work. But an important distinction exists between these two famous painters: van Gogh translated his agitation and duress into symbols like cypress trees, sunflowers and menacing skies (read more about Vincent van Gogh paintings), where Munch literally painted his pain.

    Some art historians believe that he suffered a panic or anxiety attack, recreated in The Scream. Munch wrote in his diary,

    “One evening I was walking along a street, tired and ill, with two friends: the city and the fjord lay below us. The sun was setting and the clouds turned blood red. Then I heard the colours of nature scream – and that shrill cry echoed over the fjord.” (2)

    Krakatoa volcano.
    Krakatoa volcano.

    Other art historians reference the 1883 Indonesian volcano, Krakatoa, whose eruption generated deafening sound waves that traveled 1,500 miles, cloaking Europe in preternatural blue and red sunsets for half a year.

    After seeing these effects in present day Oslo, Edvard Munch wrote,
    … I sensed a great, infinite scream pass through nature.”

    Yet another inspiration may have been a Trepan mummy from the Peruvian Chachapoya kingdom (above right). The Trepan mummy was shown at Paris’ Trocadero Museum, and likely at the 1889 World’s Fair, so Munch could have readily seen this image.

    Regardless of what inspired Munch, though, the agony is excrutiating: the sound is so overpowering and crippling that it distorts the face of the figure, who vainly cups his ears to protect them. Notably, the two figures in the left background are unaffected, suggesting that the figure’s turmoil may only be internal.

    The Scream is a universal symbol of suffering.

    Is there any alternative explanation?

    1. Hoving, Thomas. Greatest Works of Art of Western Civilization. New York: Workman Publishing Company, 1997. Page 64.

    2. Edvard Munch, From My Diary, 1929.

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  28. When James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) latest assignment goes terribly wrong, it leads to a calamitous turn of events: Undercover agents around the world are exposed, and MI6 is attacked, forcing M (Judi Dench) to relocate the agency. With MI6 now compromised inside and out, M turns to the one man she can trust: Bond. Aided only by a field agent (Naomie Harris), Bond takes to the shadows and follows a trail to Silva (Javier Bardem), a man from M’s past who wants to settle an old score.
    Release date: 2 November 2012 (Nigeria)
    Director: Sam Mendes
    film name: sky fall
    reviewer:ndigwe Lawrence
    2016054017

    1. How can you say you are the reviewer? Were you the one that wrote the review? Get the original owner. Ojiego Ignore

  29. There is a moment in “Shrek” when the despicable Lord Farquaad has the Gingerbread Man tortured by dipping him into milk. This prepares us for another moment when Princess Fiona’s singing voice is so piercing it causes jolly little bluebirds to explode; making the best of a bad situation, she fries their eggs. This is not your average family cartoon. “Shrek” is jolly and wicked, filled with sly in-jokes and yet somehow possessing a heart.
    Anozie chidubem
    2016054157
    team boauke

    1. No preliminary information and link to review. Ojiego ignore

  30. ONUORAH ADAEZE CHIDIMMA

    The preliminary information of the movie “The hurricane heist”
    Movie Title_The hurricane heist
    Created and produced by Danny Roth, Damiano Tucci
    Genre_Drama Series
    Key actors and actresses_Toby Kennel(will Ritledge), Maggie Grace (Casey Corbyn) Ryan U wanted (Breeze Rutledge), Ralf Ineron (Connor Perkins) Melissa Bolona (Sasha Van Dietrich
    Date _March 9,2018
    Duration_103mins
    Reviewer_ONUORAH ADAEZE CHIDIMMA
    THE NECK _The hurricane heist is a television drama series which features a team of tech hackers who embark on a $600 million robbery from a coastal Vs Treasury facility at the same time a disastrous category 5 hurricane is set to strike
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hurricane_Heist
    Team_Banda Aceh
    Quiz num _084

  31. Movie Tittle-The Flash
    Created and produced -J. P. Finn
    Gener:Drama
    Key Actors- Grant Huston, Candice Payton, Rick Cosette, Carlos Values, Tom Cavangh, Jesse Martin.
    Date-2014
    Episodes- 85(4seasons)
    Reviewer- Ibeh Ifunanya Cynthia

    The movie Flash is about an 11 year old boy Barry Allen who lost his mum to a lighting in form of a person….. His life began as a superhero when he was hit by a lighting Bolt and he became the fastest man on earth…. He started stopping bad guys like himself and keeping people safe…
    The hunger to bring his Dad who was accused to kill his mum out of jail increased when he found out that whatever killed his mum was something like him. He saves the innocent and still try to solve the mystery of his mum death….

    1. Approved but no link to review

  32. Movie title: Princess protection Program
    Created and produced by : Danielle weinstock, Allison liddi brown
    Genre:
    Key actors/ actresses: Demi lavato( princess Rosalinda maria), Selena Gomez ( Carter mason), Nicholas Braun (Ed), Jamie Chung( Chelsea), Samantha drone( Brooke), tom verica( Joe mason), Robert Adamson( Donny), Kelvin Schmidt(Bull)
    Date: June 26,2009
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Igwe chiamaka confidence

    Princess protection program is a 2009 Disney channel original movie, about a princess called Rosalinda maria Montoya fiore ( Demi lavato) about to be crowned queen of the small nation of costalina and general Kane invades her palace with his agents during her coronation rehearsal and attempts to capture the royal family and take over the country.
    The princess protection program hides Rosalinda in Mason’s home in Louisiana, where she is to masquerade as a typical American teenager named Rosie conzalez.

    Reg number: 2016054116
    Team : Nkuzunziza
    Web link: http://www.ucbrowser.com

  33. Title: The Walking dead

    Genre(s):Drama, Action & Adventure,Fantasy, Horror, Suspense,Science Fiction

    Season 8 premiere date:Oct 22, 2017

    Network:AMC

    Air Time:9:00 PM

    Episode Length:60

    Seasons:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

    cast: Seth Gilliam(Father Gabriel Stokes)Lennie James(Morgan Jones)Jeffrey Dean Morgan(Negan)Christian Serratos(Rosita Espinosa)Lauren Cohan(Maggie Greene)Norman Reedus(Daryl Dixon)Andrew Lincoln(Rick Grimes)Chandler Riggs(Carl Grimes)Melissa McBride(Carol Peletier)Danai Jekesai Gurira(Michonne)Alanna Masterson(Tara Chambler)Josh McDermitt(Eugene Porter)

    Rick along with the people of Alexandria, Hilltop, and The Kingdom prepare for war against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his Saviors in the eighth season of the zombie drama.

    2016054147
    Team Houphouet Boigny

    1. Approved but no link to review

  34. Dibia esther
    2016054154
    team sambisa
    song title-iyawo mi
    artiste-timi dakolo
    guestfeature-busola(his wife)
    genre-RnB
    album title-love and consequences
    director-cobhams asuquoDibia esther
    2016054154
    team sambisa
    song title-iyawo mi
    artiste-timi dakolo
    guestfeature-busola(his wife)
    genre-RnB
    album title-love and consequences
    director-cobhams asuquo
    duration-4 minute2second
    year released-2014
    reviewer- Dibia Esther onyekachukwu

    The title of the song says it all iyawo mi,its was produced by cobhams asuquo and directed by clararence peter is a love letter that was presented with soft soulful vocals.timi dakolo has done a good work in combining lyrics, sound to bring about a traditional feel infused with his strong vocals..

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  35. Arubalueze Chinanu Peace.
    2016054052.
    Team Mogadishu

    Song Title: The louder I call, the faster it runs
    Artiste: Wye Oak
    Genre:Alternative/ Indie
    Album Title: The louder I call, the faster it runs
    Duration: 4mins 23 seconds
    Label; Morage Records
    Year of release: 6, April 2018
    Reviewer: Brad Shoup

    Wye Oak ’s 2011 album Civilian was a major inflection point for the band. Supporting the record brought the Baltimore duo of Andy Stack and Jenn Wasner across oceans, onto “The Tonight Show,” and into the arsenal of Hollywood music supervisors. By the end of the year, after wringing every possible variation out of their setlist, they were spent. “I feel like our band is going to change very, very drastically from here on out in order to remain vital to us,” Wasner noted in an interview with the Village Voice . And so they did, situationally and stylistically. Stack moved to the artistic enclave of Marfa, Texas, and then on to Portland, Oregon. At the same time, Wasner set her guitar aside as she worked on her throwback chirp-pop project Dungeonesse ; the results were sufficiently freeing that Wye Oak’s 2014 follow-up, Shriek, eschewed the six-string almost entirely.
    This is a standard narrative: a band that has to evolve or die. But more than that, it’s the story of trying to maintain relationships as adulthood scatters everyone to the winds. In order to make Shriek , Stack and Wasner passed demos back and forth. This time, they opted for a series of home/away dates, alternating weeks recording in Marfa (to which Stack returned after Shriek ) and Durham, North Carolina (Wasner’s home since 2015). The strategy forced more direct collaboration, as well as a spirit of first-thought-best-thought. The result is The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs, which, for all its weight, has the particular giddiness of conspirators reuniting.

    Link: https://pitchfork.com/.

  36. Anagbogu Mary Ifeyinwa

    TEAM WAWRINKA
    2016054045
    THOR RAGNAROK
    MOVIE INFO
    In Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Ragnarok,” Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok–the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization–at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger–the Incredible Hulk!
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    Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and brief suggestive material)
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By: Taika Waititi
    Written By: Eric Pearson
    In Theaters: Nov 3, 2017 Wide
    On Disc/Streaming: Mar 6, 2018
    Box Office: $314,971,245
    Runtime: 130 minutes
    Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/thor_ragnarok_2017/

  37. chidume happiness

    MUSIC REVIEW: Bank Alert by PSquare – Daily Nation https://www.nation.co.ke › … › Sho…
    I thought PSquare was supposed to have broken up, but I may have fallen behind with that story. Whatever the case, I am glad they have released a new song – ” Bank Alert”.I thought PSquare ..
    happiness chidume
    2016054072
    quiz no:95
    team:mobutu seseko.

    1. What is this? Please Ojiego ignore this thing here!

  38. Reg no 2016054078
    team: Marrakech .
    Directed byJohn R. LeonettiProduced bySherryl ClarkWritten byBarbara MarshallStarring

    Joey KingKi Hong LeeSydney ParkElisabeth RöhmRyan Phillippe

    Music byTomandandyCinematographyMichael GalbraithEdited byPeck Prior

    Production
    company

    Busted Shark Productions

    Distributed by

    Broad Green PicturesOrion Pictures

    Release date

    July 14, 2017

    Running time

    90 minutes[1]CountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglish
    Wish Upon is a 2017 American supernatural horror film, directed by John R. Leonetti, written by Barbara Marshall, and starring Joey King, Ki Hong Lee, Sydney Park, Elisabeth Röhm, and Ryan Phillippe. The film follows a teenage girl who finds a magic box that grants wishes, but kills someone close to her each time it does.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wish_Upon

  39. Spartacus, a Thracian slave, refuses to allow himself to become the animal the Roman civilization would have him be. His love for Varinia, a slave girl, coupled with his revulsion at the crushing treatment and callous murders of his fellow slaves, ignite in his breast a passion for freedom. They escape and joined by more runaways, and swell to become a vast army. Contrasted with their impassioned plans for open rebellion are the cool, calculating minds of their Roman adversaries Crassus, Grachus.
    ★★★★★
    The Thracian slave Spartacus, thought to have been a deserter from the Roman army, was sold to a school for gladiators at Capua but never got to the arena, leading a slave revolt in 73 BC and devastating Southern Italy with an army of former slaves and gladiators. He was defeated in battle in 71 BC by Marcus Crassus, probably dying on the field of combat rather than surviving (as in the movie) to be crucified. Crassus, with Pompey and Julius Caesar, formed the first Triumvirate of Rome, precursor to the Emperorship of the Caesars, but came to a bad end in 53 BC when he was himself killed in a war he had started

    Enujekwute Nnaemeka paschal
    2026054009
    team bouake

    1. No preliminary information, no link to review. Ojiego Ignore

  40. chukwuemerie uduji miracle

    CHUKWUEMERIE MIRACLE UDUJI
    2016054158
    TEAM BOUAKE

    PURPLE HIBISCUS

    AUTHOR : CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE
    PAGES:321
    Release date:2006
    Genre:fiction

    NOVEL REVIEW

    THE SETTING OF THE NOVEL IS IN IGBOLAND THE SOUTH EASTERN PART OF NIGERIAN OF ENUGU(NSUKKA) AND ABBA..

    IT IS A COMPELLING TALE TOLD WELL BY A CONFIDENT 14 YEAR OLD YOUNG GIRL KAMBILI.IT TELLS THE STORY OF A YOUNG GIRL WATCHING HER FAMILY BREAK DOWN IN A COUNTRY THAT IS DOING THE SAME..

    14 YEAR OLD KAMBILI IS THE OBEDIENT ONLY DAUGHTER OF A HARSH CATHOLIC FANATIC(EUGENE ACHIKE).EUGENE IS A BIG MAN & RICHWRALTHY MANUFACTURER IN ENUGU.IT DEPOCTS A LAND FULL OF POTENTIALS AND WITH AN EDUCATED MIDDLE CLASS.,A COUNTRY IN WHICH A COUP CAN SUDDENLY ERUPT AND A LOCAL NEWSPAPER EDITOR CAN BE KILKED FOR WHAT HE WRITES…

    THE MAIN STRENGTH IS DIALOGUE,DESCRIPTION AND USE OF IMAGERY.

    THE WEAKNESS OF THE WRITER THE WRITER IS THE INEFFECTIVE WAY OF LINKING EVENTS.

    1. What is this? Some of you do not read instructions. I said you should copy and paste a review you found anywhere online. I didn’t say write your own. Ojiego Ignore

  41. IGBOANUGO IFEOMA VANESSA

    Team wawrinka
    2016054001
    MOVIE INFO
    A disgraced former surgeon named Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) becomes a powerful sorcerer under the tutelage of a mystic known as the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton). Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen, and Chiwetel Ejiofor co-star in this entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Directed by Scott Derrickson (Sinister).
    More
    Rating: PG-13 (for sci-fi violence and action throughout, and an intense crash sequence)
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By: Scott Derrickson
    Written By: Thomas Dean Donnelly, Joshua Oppenheimer, Jon Spaihts, Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill
    In Theaters: Nov 4, 2016 Wide
    On Disc/Streaming: Feb 28, 2017
    Box Office: $232,630,718
    Runtime: 130 minutes
    Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/doctor_strange_2016/

  42. Movie title:Hotel Rwanda
    Created and produced:Terry George
    Genre:Drama,foreign,history
    Key actors and actresses:Don Cheadle as Paul Ruseabagina,Sophie Okenedo as Tatiana,Nick Nolte as Col.oliver,Joaquin phoenie as Jack.
    Date:25 February 2005
    Episodes:121minutes
    Reviewer:Osumuo Vivian Chidiogo
    Hotel Rwanda is a television drama series which features a million members of the Tutsi tribe being killed by members of the Hutu tribe in a massacre
    that took place while the world looked away. Hotel Rwanda is not the story of the massacre, it is the story of a hotel manager who saved the lives of 1200 people by being, essentially a very good hotel manger.
    Osumuo chidiogo vivian
    2016054008
    Team Annapolitkovskaia

    1. How can you say you reviewed the movie? You did not read instructions. Ask Igboanugo what you were told to do. Meanwhile, Ojiego ignore.

  43. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Photo credit to TEDxTrondheim via Flickr user TEDxTrondheim. Taken September 22, 2012. CC BY 2.0. No modifications have been made. Original photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/69392086@N06/8015865065/in/photolist-eRL5n4-y89BoX-q14sVW-ddkpq6-Hb9CRn. BOOK REVIEWS VIEWPOINT
    Review of Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    by Cynthia Alexandre-Brutus
    February 9, 2017
    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun offers a heart-wrenching account of the Biafran War (1967-1970), beautifully wrapped in a story of love, loyalty, betrayal, resilience, and hope. She places a human face on a war that has been far removed from historical memory outside of Nigeria. As a result of the massacre of the Igbo people in the predominantly Muslim Hausa North, Igbos of the South sought to establish their own state: Biafra. In response, the Nigerian government declared war against Biafra, unwilling to allow the oil-rich south-east to secede. The war was catalyzed by the remnants of British colonialism, which created fragmented national boundaries and provoked ethnic tension between the two groups. Although the book is a work of historical fiction, it is based on very real accounts and exhaustive research of the Biafran War and continuing conflict.
    Moreover, separatist sentiment lives on through the Indigenous People of Biafra, a movement led by Nnamdi Kanu, who was arrested by Nigeria’s Department of State Services in October 2015 on “treasonable felony” charges. His arrest has sparked pro-Biafran protests and violence between security forces and civilians, while Kanu remains in detention. In light of this, Adichie’s book is all the more relevant today, as the wounds of the war are still fresh for many Nigerians and the fight for Biafra’s independence continues.
    Through Adichie’s prose, we are offered a glimpse into the lives of several very different and multifaceted characters who are all determined to survive in the Free State of Biafra. One of the main characters, Odenigbo, is a math professor at a university in Nsukka, a revolutionary thinker and an ardent Biafran who struggles with the psychological impact of war violence. Olanna is Odenigbo’s wife; she is of the Nigerian elite and attempting to cope with being thrust from her comfort zone while striving to keep her family intact throughout the war. Richard is a shy English expatriate who falls in love with Olanna’s fraternal twin, Kainene. Throughout the novel, he seeks to identify as Biafran, in order to break

    1. Book title: Half of a yellow sun
      Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
      Year of publication: 2006
      publisher:Anchor books
      place of publication: United states
      genre:memoir
      ISBN:9781400095209

  44. Osiobe Liberty
    2016054150
    Team: Anna politvoskaya

    Process of writing a review:
    1.Skim read the text – note the main question or questions the text tries to answer and the main answers it gives.
    2.Think of evaluation criteria. Talk about the text and criteria with classmates.
    3.Read the text again and note the important points in detail such as the subject, question, arguments and/or evidence, and conclusions made, and your evaluation using your criteria.
    4.Read related texts, note differences or similarities and explain these.
    5.Outline critical review, matching points of description with evaluation criteria.
    6.Start writing review.
    Structure of a critical review
    Title:
    usually looks like an entry in a bibliography.
    E.g. Kotter, J 1990, ‘What Leaders Really Do’, Harvard Business Review, vol. 68, no. 3, p. 103.
    Introduction should contain:
    *A general overview of the topic or question(s) of the text, including the importance of the topic or question.
    *Your evaluation of the merits of the text, with brief reasons.
    *An explanation of how the critical review will be organised.
    E.g. Leadership is different from management and this article provides a clear, cogent explanation of the difference.
    (From Coyle 2000)
    Body of Critical Review should contain:
    1.Summary / description of original (may be integrated or separate).
    E.g. Kotter examines the difference between leadership and management across three major sets of tasks: setting direction versus planning and budgeting; aligning people versus organisation and staffing; and motivating versus controlling and problem solving.
    (Adapted from Coyle 2000)
    2.Evaluation of the text. (note underlined criteria used)
    E.g. Kotter’s insights, tools, and ideas for action are relevant but the need for more insight is great. [You should explain why in more detail]
    (From Coyle 2000)
    You may not always feel you are able to judge whether the argument in a text is correct or not. It may be useful to explain first how the arguments given in the text are the same, or different from arguments given in other texts on the same topic. Then, if they are different, explain which argument you find more convincing and why.
    E.g. Like Mintzberg, Kotter concludes that the jobs of a manager and a leader are not filled with neatly segmented tasks such as planning or organising.
    (From Gibson 1999)
    Conclusion :
    Critical reviews don’t always need a conclusion so you must decide whether to include one or not. If you think a conclusion is necessary you should summarise your arguments on your overall view of the text.
    In sum, this is some of Kotter’s best work. It is a good resource for the practising manager who wants a quick and reliable, even practical source of information on what constitutes effective leadership today.
    (Adapted from Gibson 1999)

    https://www.monash.edu/rlo/quick-study-guides/writing-a-critical-review

  45. Iloegbunem Emily Ebele

    TITLE:Weeping Woman
    ARTIST:Pablo Picasso
    MEDIUM:Oil on Canvas
    DIMENSION:60*49cm
    DATE:October 1937
    REVIEWER:Marie Therese Walter

    This type of artwork can be considered to be expressionism.There isn’t an actual background scene in the painting.
    The woman is the focus of the painting. She is wearing an accesory on top of her head that demonstrates elegance. The colors used by the author is considered to be quite different as each color conveys a seperate impression.
    Picasso wanted the audience to feel the pain and provide a statement that explains how all women feel and the agony they are consistently in.
    http://www.inminds.com/picasso-weeping-woman1937.jpg
    Iloegbunem Emily
    Team Felix Boigny

  46. Udogu Ogechi Victory

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    Titanic Movie Review
    Titanic
    | Roger Ebert

    December 19, 1997 |
    Like a great iron Sphinx on the ocean floor, the Titanic faces still toward the West, interrupted forever on its only voyage. We see it in the opening shots of “Titanic,” encrusted with the silt of 85 years; a remote-controlled TV camera snakes its way inside, down corridors and through doorways, showing us staterooms built for millionaires and inherited by crustaceans.

    These shots strike precisely the right note; the ship calls from its grave for its story to be told, and if the story is made of showbiz and hype, smoke and mirrors.

    James Cameron’s 194-minute, $200 million film of the tragic voyage is in the tradition of the great Hollywood epics. It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted and spellbinding. If its story stays well within the traditional formulas for such pictures, well, you don’t choose the most expensive film ever made as your opportunity to reinvent the wheel.

    The human story involves an 17-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) who is sailing to what she sees as her own personal doom: She has been forced by her penniless mother to become engaged to marry a rich, supercilious snob named Cal Hockley (Billy Zane), and so bitterly does she hate this prospect that she tries to kill herself by jumping from the ship. She is saved by Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio), a brash kid from steerage, and of course they will fall in love during the brief time left to them.

    The screenplay tells their story in a way that unobtrusively shows off the ship. Jack is invited to join Rose’s party at dinner in the first class dining room, and later, fleeing from Cal’s manservant, Lovejoy (David Warner), they find themselves first in the awesome engine room, with pistons as tall as churches, and then at a rousing Irish dance in the crowded steerage. (At one point Rose gives Lovejoy the finger; did young ladies do that in 1912?) Their exploration is intercut with scenes from the command deck, where the captain (Bernard Hill) consults with Andrews (Victor Garber), the ship’s designer and Ismay (Jonathan Hyde), the White Star Line’s managing director.

    Ismay wants the ship to break the trans-Atlantic speed record. He is warned that icebergs may have floated into the hazardous northern crossing but is scornful of danger. The Titanic can easily break the speed record but is too massive to turn quickly at high speed; there is an agonizing sequence that almost seems to play in slow motion, as the ship strains and shudders to turn away from an iceberg in its path–and fails.

    We understand exactly what is happening at that moment because of an ingenious story technique by Cameron, who frames and explains the entire voyage in a modern story. The opening shots of the real Titanic, we are told, are obtained during an expedition led by Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton), an undersea explorer. He seeks precious jewels but finds a nude drawing of a young girl. Meanwhile, an ancient woman sees the drawing on TV and recognizes herself. This is Rose (Gloria Stuart), still alive at 101. She visits Paxton and shares her memories (“I can still smell the fresh paint”). And he shows her video scenes from his explorations, including a computer simulation of the Titanic’s last hours–which doubles as a briefing for the audience. By the time the ship sinks, we already know what is happening and why, and the story can focus on the characters while we effortlessly follow the stages of the Titanic’s sinking.

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    Cast
    Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson
    Kate Winslet as Rose Dewitt Bukater
    Billy Zane as Cal Hockley
    Kathy Bates as Molly Brown
    Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett
    Written and Directed by
    James Cameron
    Action, Disaster, Drama, Romance

    Rated PG-13 For Shipwreck Scenes, Mild Language and Sexuality

    194 minutes

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    1. Who is the reviewer and where is the link to review? Ojiego hold on!

  47. Name OBIASOR Chinazom Helen
    Reg no 2016054068
    Team Banda Aceh
    Book title Things fall apart
    Author chinua Achebe
    Year of publication 1958
    Publisher Williams Heinemann ltd
    Place of publication Enugu
    Genre inspirational book
    ISBN 9780385474542
    Language English
    Reviewer Peterson Tuwmwebaze
    http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section
    BOOK REVIEW OF THINGS FALL APART BY CHINUA ACHEBE
    Things Falls Apart is considered the alpha of English African literature. It is the book that brought the story from the ‘Dark Continent’ through the voice of an educated African through which he showed the conflict between African values and the advent of Christianity in Nigeria.
    Safari Things Falls Apart is considered the alpha of English African literature. It is the book that brought the story from the ‘Dark Continent’ through the voice of an educated African through which he showed the conflict between African values and the advent of Christianity in Nigeria.
    Okonkwo is an ambitious man within the Umuofia clan of the Igbo tribe. Determined to be a lord, he observes its rules, even the harshest of them, though that observance will eventually drive away his own son.
    Achebe guides us through the intricacies of Igbo.

  48. Movie Review
    Maureen Chioma Odigwe
    2016054005

    Movie title:12 years a slave
    Director:Steve McQueen
    Genre:drama
    Key actors:chiwetel ejiofor,lupita nyong’o,bradd pitt,micheal fassbender
    Date:2013
    Reviewer:Maureen Chioma Odigwe

    In the years before the Civil War, Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man from upstate New York, is kidnapped and sold into slavery in the South. Subjected to the cruelty of one malevolent owner (Michael Fassbender), he also finds unexpected kindness from another, as he struggles continually to survive and maintain some of his dignity. Then in the 12th year of the disheartening ordeal, a chance meeting with an abolitionist from Canada changes Solomon’s life forever.
    Mobutu seseko

    1. How can you say you’re the reviewer? You did the wrong thing. Ask Igboanugo what to do. Ojiego Ignore

      1. Movie Review
        Maureen Chioma Odigwe
        2016054005
        Mobutu seseko

        Movie title:12 years a slave
        Director:Steve McQueen
        Genre:drama
        Key actors:chiwetel ejiofor,lupita nyong’o,bradd pitt,micheal fassbender
        Date:
        Reviewer:Robbie collin

        In the years before the Civil War, Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man from upstate New York, is kidnapped and sold into slavery in the South. Subjected to the cruelty of one malevolent owner (Michael Fassbender), he also finds unexpected kindness from another, as he struggles continually to survive and maintain some of his dignity. Then in the 12th year of the disheartening ordeal, a chance meeting with an abolitionist from Canada changes Solomon’s life forever.
        Website:https://www.telegraph.co.uk/films/2016/06/03/

  49. IFEJIKA CELESTINE

    NAME:IFEJIKA CELESTINE
    REG NO:2016045047
    QUIZ NO:96
    TEAM:ROSA PARK
    Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe | Book review | Books …
    https://www.theguardian.com › bo…
    30 Jan 2010 · Set in the late 19th century, at the height of the “Scramble” for African territories by the great European powers, Things Fall Apart tells the story of Okonkwo, a proud and highly respected Igbo from Umuofia, somewhere near the Lower Niger.

    1. This is not book review. Do the right thing. Ojiego ignore

      1. IFEJIKA CELESTINE

        Author Chinua Achebe
        Country Nigeria
        Language English
        Publisher William Heinemann Ltd.
        Publication date 1958
        Things Fall Apart is a novel written by
        Nigerian author Chinua Achebe. Published in 1958, its story chronicles the pre-colonial life in Nigeria and the arrival of the Europeans during the late nineteenth century. It is seen as the archetypal modern African novel in English, one of the first to receive global critical acclaim. It is a staple book in schools throughout Africa and is widely read and studied in English-speaking countries around the world. It was first published by William Heinemann Ltd in the UK ; in 1962, it was also the first work published in Heinemann’s African Writers Series . The title of the novel has been borrowed from W. B. Yeats’ 1919 poem
        “The Second Coming”.[1]
        Link
        https://www.google.com/url?q=https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Things_Fall_Apart&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwiZqJ6rjKjaAhVByYMKHXaHCPoQFjAAegQIChAB&usg=AOvVaw01cPviSmjLpXUIXH0heW9D

        1. Approved but you didn’t write reviewer’s name. I’ll manage this.

  50. ezeh vivian chinaecherem

    bark your head off
    by jayson Greene
    Bark Your Head Off, Dog is only Hop Along’s third studio album, but they’ve assumed so many guises, and lit on so many moods, that they have the poise and gravitas of lifers. On 2015’s Painted Shut alone, we were given the unloved old man of “Texas Funeral,” angry at California, his own memories, his uncomprehending children; the waitress frozen by the appearance of a wronged woman at her restaurant; the forgotten jazz cornetist Charles “Buddy” Bolden, thrashing and foaming in the street in front of horrified crowds.
    Bark Your Head Off, Dog adds ne

    1. Invalid. Where is preliminary information and link to review?

  51. Genre:drama and romance
    Directed by:Michael sucsy
    Written by:Jesse Andrew
    In theaters:23,fed,2018
    Rating: pg-13
    Cast:Debby ryan,maria bello
    Review:Eze Chioma
    Every day talls about the of rhainnon,a 16 old girl who falls in love.
    Eze Chioma
    2016054013
    Nkurunziza

  52. TEAM NKURUZIZA

    Movie Title : Blank Panther
    Genre:Action & Adventure,Drama,Science Fiction & Fantasy
    Directed By:Ryan Coogler
    Written By:Joe Robert Cole,Ryan Coogler
    In Theaters:Feb 16, 2018 wide
    Box Office:$501,105,037
    Runtime:135 minutes

    “Black Panther” follows T’Challa who, after the events of “Captain America: Civil War,” returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. However, when an old enemy reappears on the radar, T’Challa’s mettle as King and Black Panther is tested when he is drawn into a conflict that puts the entire fate of Wakanda and the world at risk.

    Web site : Rotten Tomatoes

    1. Approved but no link to review

  53. Book Review
    Book Tittle – Native son
    Author – Richard wright
    Year of publication- march 1,1940
    Publisher – Harper & Brothers
    Place of publication – America
    Genre. – African American literature social protest novel
    Number of pages. – 356
    Language. – English
    Name of Reviewer- Gideon Emmanuel

    Native son is a novel written by the American author Richard wright. It tells the story of 20years old bigger Thomas an Africa American youth living in utter poverty in a poor area on Chicago’s south side in the 1930s.

    Nwobu chidimma Evelyn
    2016054040
    Team Banda-Aceh

    1. Approved but no link to review

  54. Simon Chiamaka Peace

    Movie Title : Alice in wonderland

    Directed by : Tim Burton

    Genre : Orchestra, classical, pop

    Key actors / actresses : Johnny Depp (Tarrant Hightopp), Anne Hathaway (White Queen), Helena Bonham Carter (Red Queen), Crispin Glover (Knave of Hearts), Matt Lucas (Tweedledee and Tweedledum), Mia Wasikowska (Alice Kingsleigh)

    Date : March 2, 2010

    Name of reviewer : Dolan Cummings

    Website : http://www.academichelp.net

    Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland sees Lewis Carroll’s Alice returning to ‘Underland’ at the age of 19, falling down a hole in pursuit of the familiar white rabbit, and more importantly in flight from an unwelcome marriage proposal. She has no memory of her childhood visit, and the fantastical characters debate among themselves whether she is in fact ‘the right Alice’. But of course, really this is a question Alice herself must answer: can she remain the free spirit with the wild imagination that was encouraged by her late father, or must she ‘grow up’ and learn to conform to Victorian Britain’s expectations of a young woman of her social class?

    Simon Chiamaka Peace
    2016054025
    Team Wawrinka

  55. Okonkwo Isioma Jane
    2016054010
    Team Anna Politkovskaya.

    MOVIE REVIEW
    Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
    Directed By: Andy Muschietti
    Written By: Chase Palmer, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Gary Dauberman
    In Theaters: Sep 8, 2017 Limited
    On Disc/Streaming: Jan 9, 2018
    Box Office: £326,898,358
    Runtime: 135 minutes
    Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
    CAST
    Bill Skarsgård
    as Pennywise Jaeden Lieberher
    as Bill Denbrough Jeremy Ray Taylor
    as Ben Hanscom Sophia Lillis
    as Beverly Marsh Finn Wolfhard
    as Richie Tozier
    New Line Cinema’s horror thriller “IT,” directed by Andy Muschietti (“Mama”), is based on the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has been terrifying readers for decades. When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.

    http://www.rottentomatoes.com

    1. Approved but who is the reviewer?

  56. Title: 30 DAYS IN ATLANTA
    producer: Ayo makun
    key actors/ actresses: Ramsey Nouah, AY , Lynn Whitfield , Vivica A . Fox , Mercy Johnson , Richard Mofe Damijo , Desmond Elliott
    Genre : comedy
    Date: 2014
    reviewer: Anene Ejiofor

    Two African guys( Akpors and Richard) won a trip to the US and encountered women and legal troubles as they adapt to American life . the movie is good comedy with a didactic storyline.it can keep one laughing for century.

    team: Mobutu seseko
    reg no: 2016054104
    culled from: http://www.talk African movies.com

    1. You cannot be the reviewer. You were told to look for review done by another person. I expect you to redo this work as Team leader or your entire team would be ignored.

  57. Nwufo vivian chidimma, quiz no80, team: Bouake, 2016054033

    Goodmorning sir, please sir i pleade you pardon me if there is any mistake in mybpost, i wasnt able to read it before posting. I went for my uncles burial nd there is no electricity here , the little power in my phone i tried yo type very fast for it to sustain me . I plead that you gi

    1. No problem. There will be no electricity when I will be grading you. Don’t forget that the only grade available in darkness is ‘F’.

  58. Book Review
    Book Tittle – Native son
    Author – Richard wright
    Year of publication- march 1,1940
    Publisher – Harper & Brothers
    Place of publication – America
    Genre. – African American literature social protest novel
    Number of pages. – 356
    Language. – English
    Name of Reviewer- Gideon Emmanuel

    Native son is a novel written by the American author Richard wright. It tells the story of 20years old bigger Thomas an Africa American youth living in utter poverty in a poor area on Chicago’s south side in the 1930s.

    Nwobu chidimma Evelyn
    2016054040
    Team Banda-Aceh

    1. Approved but no link to review

  59. Okeke Chioma Onyinye
    2016054134
    Team Rosa Parks

    Movie Title :Fences
    Created and Produced by:Denzel Washington
    Todd Black
    Scott Rudin
    Genre:American Period drama film
    key actors/actresses:Jovan Adepo, Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Russell Hornsby, Mykelti Williamson.
    Date:December 25,2016
    Reviewer:Okeke Chioma Onyinye.

    Fences is a movie about how our environment shapes us and how no matter how noble their intentions, our parents can’t but mess us up in some fashion, just as their parents had done for them. This is our legacy as humans.

    1. You are not the reviewer. Do the right thing. Ojiego ignore

      1. Okeke Chioma Onyinye

        Correction

        Team Rosa Parks
        2016054134
        FENCES
        Maxson is prone to taking out his frustrations on his loved ones. Both Washington and co-star Viola Davis won Tonys for their performances in the 2010 revival of the play. Stephen Henderson, Jovan Adepo, Russell Hornsby, and Mykelti Williamson round out the supporting cast.
        More
        Rating: PG-13 (for thematic elements, language and some suggestive references)
        Genre: Drama
        Directed By: Denzel Washington
        Written By: August Wilson
        In Theaters: Feb 10, 2017 Limited
        On Disc/Streaming: Mar 14, 2017
        Box Office: £57,642,961
        Runtime: 133 minutes
        Studio: Paramount Pictures
        https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fences_2016/

  60. Music review
    BY: JAYSON GREENE
    https://pitchfork.com/staff/jayson-greene/
    Led by singer Frances Quinlan and her remarkable songcraft, the Philly band’s third album is warm and spacious, filled with rich stories rendered beautifully in the abstract.
    u listen to Frances Quinlan sing long enough, you will attempt to describe her voice. This is a trap, and you should not do this. The frontwoman for Philadelphia indie rock band Hop Along doesn’t have one voice—she might have 10. Listing them would yield no insight, only a deranged sommelier’s tasting notes: cat, bugle, Rod Stewart, roaring motorcycle.
    Howling, hooting, crooning, cracking—the real intrigue behind these magnificent sounds isn’t how but why. Quinlan is one of rock’s great listeners, keen to the way people’s internal monologues fill a space like bad weather, and she seems to be trying to channel them all at once in her voice. She wields her empathy the way some rock singers brandish anger, and it’s a smarter tool; empathy cuts cleaner. Her singing is a reasonable response to an impossible task—you try being this many people and see how you sound.
    Nwokeocha CHIOMA Vivian
    2016054127
    Team Marrakesh

  61. Ebeledike ifunanya

    Ebeledike ifunanya
    2016054006
    team sambisa
    preliminary information

    Produced:by R kelly
    Released:November 26,1996
    Genre:gospel ,R & B
    Reviewer:Ebeledike love
    The song I believe I can fly by R kelly
    The first thing that stands out in this song
    is the steady beats/rhythm in the beginning
    of the song. It is like “I believe I can fly” is
    trying to make a melody out of the song.
    The second thing that stands out in this
    song is the singer and his tone. I also have
    something to tag to this song it is sad and
    slow. The final thing that stands out in this
    song is the changes in the rhythm. It’s like
    the song is about someone’s feelings and
    it’s sad.
    The Bad:
    I think the song takes a little longer than
    most songs and the bridge doesn’t stick
    out. On the other hand, the chorus I think
    is a little messed up because it doesn’t
    change that much. I also think the song is a
    little off because their is no C Verse in “I
    Believe I can fly”. I think the singer should
    also sing the B Verse 1 then the A Verse.
    Recommendation:
    I recommend this song to anyone who is
    interested in R&B music. This song, isn’t
    nonsense it will make you sleepy and make
    you believe you could do anything.

    1. The wrong thing.You are not reviewer. Ojiego ignore

  62. Ibeh Chiwendu Nancy
    2016054076
    Team Mogadishu

    Movie review
    director: Wes Anderson
    cast:Bryan Cranston, Koyu Rankin, Greta Gerwig
    name of movie: Isle of dogs
    reviewer: Ibeh Chiwendu Nancy

    NECK: In a fictional province of Japan in the future, a corrupt mayor has shipped all dogs off to a toxic landfill called trash Island where they are forced to fend off scraps and whatever garbage continues to be dumped there

      1. correction
        Ibeh Chiwendu Nancy
        team Mogadishu
        2016054076

        movie review
        title:Isle of dogs
        directed by Wes Anderson
        produced by Wes Anderson
        story by Wes Anderson
        Roman Coppola
        Jason Schwartz
        Kunichi nomura
        starring:bryan cranston
        Edward Norton
        Bill Murray
        Reviewed by Courtney B. Vance
        Running time:101minutes
        country :United States.

        NECK:
        Isle of dogs is a 2018 stop motion animated comedy film written, produced and directed by Wes Anderson. Set in a dystrophy near future Japan, the film follows a young boy who goes in search of his dog after the whole species is banished to an island due to illness outbreak.

        web link:https://en.m.a
        Wikipedia. org(wiki)isleofdogs.com

  63. Chukwunedu Nkechi Francisca

    Chukwunedu Nkechi Francisca 2016054002
    Http//mensaforkids.com About Marsupials
    Review by Connor C., age 6, Boston
    Mensa
    About
    Marsupials is the title so the book is about…marsupials, of course. It’s non-fiction. I really think everyone would like the book. I think someone who likes animals would especially like to read it.
    The glossary of facts in the back of About Marsupials is the most useful part. I thought the most interesting parts were that some marsupials have their pouch at their back legs and one marsupial, the Yellow- footed Rock Wallaby, is very small but can jump 13 feet wide!
    Kids in the 4-8 age range would like this book. Even though it’s not a story book, 4 year olds would like the few words on each page and they would love the beautiful pictures. But older kids would like it because of all the facts in the back of the book. There’s a lot of information for each animal. I think boys and girls (and parents) would enjoy reading it. This book is very interesting. I give it 4 stars.

    Team NKURUNZIZA

    1. Approved but no link to review

  64. Title of book- IF I NEVER FOREVER ENDEAVOR.
    Author- Holly Meade.
    Year of publication: 2013.
    Publisher: Candlewick
    ISBN- 9780763640712.
    Genre: children book.
    Reviewer: Victoria Anikor.

    If I never forever endeavour is a book about a bird who did’nt yet know how to fly. The bird has to decide if it will try to fly, but it was not sure if he wants to. The bird taught, “If I never forever endeavour” then I won’t ever learn. On one wing, he worries he might fail and on the other wing he thinks of how he will succeed. He worries that if he tries he may get lost in the world, that makes him wants to stay in his nest where he is safe.

    Reg no: 2016054151
    Name: Anikor Victoria
    Theme: Marrakesh.

    1. Wrong thing. You are not reviewer. Invalid.

  65. emechebe precious
    2016054128.

    Mobutu seseko
    movie title:black November
    producer:Joel goffin
    genre:drama
    key actors:mickey Rourke,Kim basinger,akon.
    date: 2012
    reviewer:emechebe precious

    The members of a Niger Delta community wage a war against their corrupt government and an international oil corporation to save their land from being destroyed by excessive drilling and frequent spills.

      1. emechebe precious
        2016054128
        Mobutu seseko
        https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/black-november-film-review-761561

        movie title: black November
        producer: Joel offie
        genre:drama
        key actors: mickey Rourke,Kim bassinger, akon
        date:2012
        reviewer: jeta amata
        the members of the Niger delta community wage a war against the corrupt government and the international oil corporation to save the land from being destroyed by excessive drilling and frequent spills.

  66. Ibeh Chiwendu Nancy
    2016054076
    team Mogadishu

    weblinks:www,movie review for college students.com

    http://www.google.com

  67. NNANYELUGO KAREN
    TEAM ROSA PARKS.
    The Devil’s Company, a treat for lovers of historical fiction, sees the return of Benjamin Weaver in his third exciting romp through the varied and sometimes surreal landscape of 18th-century London. Weaver is an endearing protagonist, a former pugilist and investigator for hire whom we first met in David Liss’s A Conspiracy of Paper (1999).” Historical fiction is mostly smoke and mirrors. Modern writers really don’t know what it was like to live in the past—no matter how much research they do—so the success of the enterprise depends largely on creating a convincing illusion. Liss rises to this challenge with great skill in this accomplished, atmospheric and thoughtful novel.”
    https://www.scribendi.com/advice/book_review_examples.en.html

  68. Amene chidera doris

    Review: In John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place,’ Silence Means Survival

    John Krasinski, with Noah Jupe, in “A Quiet Place.”JONNY COURNOYER/PARAMOUNT PICTURES

    By JEANNETTE CATSOULIS

    April 4, 2018

    True to its title, John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” tiptoes forward, camera fixed on the naked, padding feet of the Abbott family as they scavenge in a deserted supermarket. A title card announces Day 89 — of what, we don’t know — so we look for clues. Lee and Evelyn (Mr. Krasinski and his real-life wife, Emily Blunt) and their three children communicate urgently in sign language, and the youngest child’s interest in a battery-operated toy causes immediate alarm. Their fear is palpable, but what are they afraid of?

    Thanks to that darned toy, we’re about to find out, in a perfectly executed attack sequence that establishes the stakes, and the family’s plight, with swift efficiency. Now minus one and watched by flapping posters of other missing souls, the Abbotts return to their farm as the story (by Bryan Woods and Scott Beck) leaps forward more than a year. Evelyn is now preparing to give birth, Lee is teaching his son (Noah Jupe) to forage, and their daughter (played by the remarkable young deaf actor,Millicent Simmonds) is angrily chafing against her parents’ protectiveness.

    Amene chidera doris
    Team Rosa park
    2016054012

  69. Peter Blessing Chinaza
    2016054097
    Team Mogadishu

    Book review:THE FORGOTTEN ART OF LOVE BY Armin A Zaden and reviewed by Debbie Hagan…

    The book “The forgotten art of love” is written in an authoritative but conversational style,the reading is easy and the point clear and well-supported….

    What’s most important in the forgotten art of love, what love means and why it matters is its examination of the aged old question. Zadeh distinqueshes love from emotions that seem like love,lust, affection and infatuation. This explains why so many marriage fail after a few years while others seem to endure even though the partners may seem mismatched or barely tolerant of one another.
    Zadeh defines love as the urge and continuous effort for another person’s happiness and well-being.

  70. God’s plan by Drake

    Album:God’s plan
    Artiste: Drake
    Producers: Cardo, Young Exclusive, Boi-Ida
    Record label: cash money records,young money entertainment
    Running time: 3hours 18seconds
    Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop
    Released:2018
    Drake is a man that keeps up with his name.Gods plan is overrated but definitely a good song,it has great lyrical timing, it is unique,easy-to-dance to and a comprehensive theme. God’s plan lacks a message.It goes back and forth between random topics
    2016054037
    Team mobutu seseko

      1. Reviewer:ugochukwu juliet

  71. Movie tittle: The shadow effect
    Created and produced by: Larry Olson, obin Olson, Timothy wood ward j, Amariah Olson
    Key actors/ actresses: cam gigandent ( Gabriel howarth) Jonathan Rhys( Moyer’s) Brittany Shaw ( brinn howarth) gullen moss( Governor Francis) Michael Aaron( Jesse)
    Date: may 2, 2017
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Obi chikaodili agustina

    The shadow effect is a 2017 action psychological thriller film, a young man’s life is turned upside down when his violent dreams begins to blend with reality.

    Reg num: 2016054039
    Team: Sambisa
    Weblink: http://www.operamini.com

  72. Movie review…from WikiHow.com

    Movie tittle:The dark knight Rise
    Director: christopher Nolan
    Genre:Bane(Anna hathaway),vilian(tom hardy)orphaned cop(joseph gordon levit).
    Date: 2012
    Reviewer:Njepu Chinenye

    This film serves as a great entertainment with its colourful and numerous plot twists.Nolan used actors that hab either appeared in previous batmsn movie.it is full of emtertainment.

    Njepu chinenye Calista
    2016054057
    Team Bouaki

  73. Anagboso Chimdimma joy

    song title- n’abania
    artist flavour
    guest feature nigga raw
    Genre highlife hip hop
    Album title n’abania
    director waga g
    duration 4mins 35sec
    year released 2005
    reviewer Anagboso chimdimma

    Websitehttp://www.mrflavournabania.com

    In 2005, he released his self-titled debut album N’abania. In 2010, Flavour released his second studio album Uplifted. It was supported by the singles “Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix)”, “Adamma”, and “Oyi Remix”. The album’s success made Flavour one of Africa’s most sought out artists. Flavour was booked to perform at numerous concerts and social events following Uplifted’s release..

    2016054116
    Team Rosa park

  74. Igbokwe Chioma Helen
    2016054003
    Team Mogadishu

    Book review examples

    Book title:I capture the castles
    Author:Dodie smith
    Year of publication: 2013
    Publisher: St.Martin’s Griffin
    Place of publication:scottary
    Genre:Literary fiction
    ISBN:965-854-6754-658
    Number of pages:352
    Language: English
    Name of reviewer: Igbokwe Chioma Helen

    The book “I capture the castles” by Dodie Smith is an educational series book for kids and also for teens youth on how a girl name cassie, a 17 yrs old child was brought up that she knows no girls except her sister,her step mother and character from the book.
    I capture the castles is a nevertheless beautifully paced,with just the right mixtures of introspection and action that moves the plot.

    The weblink:www.mensaforkids.org

    1. Igbokwe chioma Helen
      2016054003
      Team Mogadishu

      I Capture the Castle (2003)
      Cast
      Romola Garai as Cassandra Mortmain
      Rose Byrne as Rose Mortmain
      Henry Thomas as Simon Cotton
      Marc Blucas as Neil Cotton
      Bill Nighy as James Mortmain
      Tara Fitzgerald as Topaz Mortmain
      Sinead Cusack as Mrs. Cotton
      Directed by
      Tim Fywell
      Written by
      Heidi Thomas
      Based On The Novel by
      Dodie Smith
      Drama, Foreign, Romance

      Rated R For Brief Nudity

      113 minutes

      I Capture the Castle
      | Roger Ebert

      July 18, 2003 |
      I Capture the Castle is the kind of novel dreamy adolescents curl up with on rainy Saturdays, imagining themselves as members of a poor but brilliantly eccentric family living in a decrepit English castle. It’s that kind of movie, too, about a sublimely impractical family given to sudden dramatic outbursts. It’s a romance ever so much more inspiring for teenage girls than the materialist propaganda they get from Hollywood, teaching them to value genius above accessories. And there’s a serious undercurrent; this story was close to the heart of the author, Dodie Smith, whose other novel, 101 Dalmatians, was more light-hearted and aimed at younger readers.

      http://www.rogerebert.com

  75. Nwankwo Deborah ogechi

    Rosa Park
    2016054130

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_Hibiscus_(novel)

    Book review.. Purple hibiscus
    Author…Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Year of publication..October 2003
    Publisher.. Algonquin books
    Country.. Nigeria
    Language.. English
    Media type.. Print (paper back)
    Genre… Exquisite book
    ISBN..978-1-61620-242-2
    Dewey decimal…823.92
    Followed by… Half of a Yellow Sun
    Reviewer :Nwankwo Deborah ogechi

    Purple hibiscus is an exquisite novel about the emotional turmoil of adolescence,the powerful bonds of family and the bright promise of freedom.. Fifteen year old kambili and her older brother Jaja lead a privilege life in Enugu, Nigeria…

    1. Invalid, you are not reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did

  76. Ewenike chiamaka
    2016054077
    Team nkurunziza
    Music review(pitchfork.com)
    HINDS-I don’t run

    Hinds specialize in songs about love—which are not the same as love songs. Their jaunty tunes don’t so much offer declarations of devotion as catalog all the conflicted emotions, second-guessing, and compromises that lead up to them. In a Hinds song, love isn’t the product of the universe bringing two soulmates together, love is the result of uncomfortable conversations and ultimatums issued after one too many casual hook-ups. But on I Don’t Run, the Madrid quartet wade through these messy feelings with confidence and exuberance to spare, taking us on a pleasure cruise through choppy waters.
    I Don’t Run melts down its ’60s girl-group, ’90s twee, and post-
    DeMarco indie-pop influences down
    Hinds is a Spanish rock band of a singer-guitarists Ana Perrote and Carlotta Cosials.
    But unlike most foils, these two are always working together as they wave through love messy feelings with confidence.

  77. uchechukwu chukwuma
    nkuruziza
    2016054043
    movie title:sometime in April
    director:Raoul peck
    producer:Daniel delume
    key actors:idris Elba,oris erhuero,Debra winger,Carole karemera.
    date:2005
    reviewer: chukwuma uchechukwu

    A Hutu soldier (Idris Elba) tries to get his family to safety during the Rwandan genocide, while years later his brother stands trail for his actions.

    1. Invalid, you are not reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did

      1. Name:Chukwuma uche
        nkuruziza
        2016054043
        http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0400063/reviews

        movie title: sometime in April
        producer:Daniel delume
        key actors: idris Elba,erhuero Debra winger,Carole karemera.
        date:2005
        reviewer: diggerjohn
        a hutu soilder(edris Elba)tries to get his family to safety during the Rwandan genocide while years later his brother stands trail for his actions.

  78. book title flesh and blood so cheap
    author. Albert marrin

    year of publication:2011
    publisher
    genre : national book award
    ISBN:978-0-37586889-4
    number of pages:192
    language :English
    name of reviewer :Agina Gloria Ebele
    it is the story of unimaginable but avoidable disaster and the unquenchable pride and activism of fearless women who stood up to business got america on their side and finally changed working conditions for the entire nation.
    Agina Gloria Ebele
    2016054053
    team Mogadishu

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did

    2. Correction
      Book title :flesh and blood so cheap
      Author:Albert marrin
      Year of publication:2011
      Publisher:Knopf
      Genre: national book award
      ISBN:978-037586889-4
      Number of pages:192
      Language: English
      Reviewer:janice k
      Great book
      Fascinating book,it covered the triangle fire but also the rise of the labour union and how immigrants changed the face of america.
      Highly recommended it as a social history. It is written to be understood by high school aged students.
      Link:googleweblight.com
      Agina Gloria Ebele
      2016054053
      Team Mogadishu

  79. Nwangene Blessing George

    2016054088
    Team: Anna politkovskaia

    Tittle: The Endless
    Produced by: Justin Benson
    Thomas R. Burke
    David Lawson Jr.
    Aaron Moorhead
    Leal Naim
    Directors: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead
    WriterJustin Benson
    StarsCallie Hernandez
    Genre: Horror, thriller.
    Key actors: Justin Benson
    Aaron Moorhead
    Callie Hernandez
    Tate Ellington
    Lew Temple
    James Jordan
    Date: April 21, 2017 (Tribeca Film Festival)
    Reviewer : Nwangene blessing George
    The movie follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. Hoping to find the closure that they couldn’t as young men, they’re forced to reconsider the cult’s beliefs when confronted with unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp. As the members prepare for the coming of a mysterious event, the brothers race to unravel the seemingly impossible truth before their lives become permanently entangled with the cult.
    The weblink:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Endless_(film)

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did, Such a nice job but you didn’t follow instructions

  80. Arinze obiageli p

    Title: originals
    Author: Adams Grant,Sheryl Sandburg.
    Pages: 336
    Publishers:penguin publishers
    Language: English
    Reviewer: Arinze obiageli p

    I got this Article details from Barnes & Nobles(R) http://m.barnesandnoble.com

    Originals is here as an ally, an enemy, a thought provoker, a calming salve, and, most of all, an inspirer devoted to challenging your beliefs, your truths and mixing them up with real stories, all in an effort to exfoliate the nasty crust you are wearing and release the adornment being hidden. That is the embellishment of an original. One who conquers the world. Throughout the book, you meet people you will notice are like you in several aspects. As you get acquainted with them and it is my prayer that what they did, what they accomplished, the mistakes they made, the opportunities they had, and the lives they lived, may serve as a spring whence wisdom of change will flow into you, making you what you have always wished to be but did not know how. The song in your heart needs to be heard. You may not know what impact it will make, how many souls it will transform, how many children it will provoke to think, or how far ahead it will propel the wheel of progress on our planet. That is the magnitude of power that that song wields and originals is here to make you release it into the world where it belongs. Arinze Obiageli 2016054110 team molgadishu.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did, Such a nice job but you didn’t follow instructions

  81. Obiora Onyinyechi Anita.
    2016054098.
    Anna politkovskaya.

    Movie title: Half of a yellow sun
    Created and produced by: Biyi Bandele
    Genre:
    Key actors: Thandie Newton(olanna), Chiwetel Ejiofor(Odenigbo), Genevieve Nnaji(miss Adebayo), Anika Noni Rose(Kainene), John Boyega(Ugwu).
    Date: September 8 2013.
    Reviewer. Obiora Onyinyechi Anita.

    Twins sisters from a wealthy Nigerian family takes wildly different path in life but both becomes swept up in the struggle to establish biafra as an independent republic.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did. No link to review

  82. Leòn-Portilla, Miguel. Aztec Thought and Culture: A Study of the Ancient Nahuatl ……Mind. Translated by Jack Emory Davis. Norman: University of Oklahoma ……Press, 1963.

    Review by Kelly Robison

    In this ambitious work, Leòn-Portilla endeavors to ascertain the existence of a class of philosophers in Aztec society. If philosophy, and not merely religion, was present in Nahuatl culture, what did these philosophers attempt to accomplish? Through a study of Nahuatl texts and post-Conquest records, Leòn-Portilla examines the manifestations of rational thought and inquiry in Mexico prior to the Conquest.

    http://faculty.sanjuancollege.edu/krobison/resources/portilla.htm

    Team sambisa

  83. Album Title: Ijele
    Name of Artist: flavour
    Released Date: 30th June, 2017
    guest artist: zoro ,tekno
    Genre: Highlife
    producers: mastercraft, tekno
    reviewer: Aniatu onyeka

    A combination of Igbo traditional music, romance, and high life.
    A quick glance at “Ijele – The Traveler” Album Cover shows a man running in a bid to escape danger or survive, but a detailed view of the same photo depicts a man dancing wildly. According to Flavour, Ijele – The Traveler is a deeper concept than physical movement. It is spiritual, soulful and natural. The album’s title was culled from Igbo masquerade culture, where the Ijele is recognized as the largest and most ceremonial of them all.
    “Ijele the Traveler” , is a combination of Igbo traditional music, romance, and high life. The Lead single “ Virtuous Woman ” is unremarkable, but a remake of earlier hits ‘Golibe’ and ‘Ada Ada’ ; a ballad where he describes and praises his ideal woman, with gratitude to God that he found her. “ Chimamanda ” and “ Most High ” were devoted to acknowledge and show gratitude to God.
    “ Ijele” attempted to recapture the good old Igbo song that resounds in the air during wrestling and “Otu Ogbo” (Igbo young men) activities with a flawless delivery by Zoro. “ Oringo”, advocates for people to be happy, have fun and enjoy their lives and a Mike Ejeagha inspired line –“Kedu ife m mere eji akpuru m n’ onu?” (What did I do that people are talking about me?). In “ Oppressor ”, Flavour reaches out to the oppressors and a few messages to runs girls, unappreciative husbands, rough drivers, and embezzlers.
    “ Baby Na Yoka ”, a Jamaican inspired and dance hall vibe stole elements from one of Flavour’s hit singles “Baby Oku”. I recommend this single to Afro beat fans overseas. “ Catch you ”, “ Jaiye ”, “ Ukwu Nwata ”, “ Body Calling” and “ Simba ” clearly depict Flavour’s erotic and funny choice of words especially in Igbo for describing the feminine features and his escapades with them.
    In “ Sake of Love”, the Singer describes what he would do for love’s sake with hyperbole; “Just to prove my love, I will cry you a river”. If it is getting hard to woe her, I recommend deploying the lyrics of “ Loose Guard”. “ Nnekata ” would come handy while proposing to her.
    If at any point, Ijele –The Traveler plays like a record made in a hurry, it is because of a song like “ Iheneme ”. “I wee na-eme order? I gbasapu ukwu, m gbasapu aka” (You are ordering abi? If you open your leg, I will open my hands, in other words, I will spend on you), the “ Skit ” got me laughing hard.
    Ijele – The Traveler is indeed an album a typical Easterner, Lover’s of Igbo culture and Flavour’s fans would enjoy.

    reg no: 2016054112
    team: Mobutu seseko
    culled from: http://www.my music.ng.com

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did, Such a nice job but you didn’t follow instructions

  84. okeke chiamaka gabriella

    There Was a Country by Chinua Achebe – review
    Chinua Achebe’s lament for his native Biafra and the decline of Nigeria is powerful and moving
    Sun 4 Aug 2013 11.00 BST
    C hinua Achebe, who died in March, was a giant of African literature. His 1958 novel,
    Things Fall Apart , has sold more than 10m copies; his Anthills of the Savannah
    is undoubtedly one of the finest novels to come out of Africa.
    Part of the appeal of his novels is that they are wonderfully well written. He has paid tribute here to his very English education at the best schools in Nigeria and how it moulded his literary career. But while he was reading classic English texts, he was also immersing himself in the traditional stories of Nigeria, which crop up in all his books.
    There Was a Country is in fact a lament for Biafra and the decline of Nigeria, which he relates directly to the Biafran war. Achebe was an Igbo, from the east of Nigeria. In his telling, the Igbo aroused hostility because of their intelligence and success; they had always been a democratic, well-educated and progressive people, and they flourished in the bigger context of Nigeria; jealousy of their influence built up and led to measures that echo the persecution of Jews in Germany.
    Achebe, who was very senior in Nigerian broadcasting, felt that he had to leave Lagos, a place he loved, and return to the east. It was clear that the future of the Igbo in the wider Nigeria was uncertain, to say the least, with pressure from the Muslim north also increasing.
    On 30 May 1967 the new state of Biafra was declared independent by Colonel Ojukwu on the grounds that easterners were no longer safe in Nigeria. War broke out almost immediately. It was a war of appalling savagery: images of the deaths of millions of Biafran children shocked the world, but no coherent plan to end the horror was ever implemented. In the end – January 1970 – Biafra had to surrender. Achebe says the Igbo have never fully recovered, and Nigeria has slid into a morass of corruption.
    Throughout the war Achebe was closely involved. For a while he was an emissary for Biafra and was widely known in the world. Long after the war he turned down an honour from the government in Lagos. This important book tells a powerful story from within Achebe’s world, a world made lucidly and movingly real by a great writer.
    Team_Marrakech
    https://www.worldliteraturetoday.com

    1. Who is reviewer? Nice job but who is original reviewer? Check the link you will see reviewer there. Ojiego hold on first

      1. Name of reviewer : Justin Catwright

      2. Name of reviewer : Justin Cartwright

  85. movie tittle: Cinderella
    created& produced by:simon kinberg, Allison shearmur,David Barron
    Genre: Romantic film
    key actors&actresses: cats Blanchett( lady Tremaine),lily James( Cinderella), Richard Madden(prince)
    Date:February 13,2015
    Reviewer: Okagbue Cynthia

    Cinderella is an American romantic fantasy film. The film is based on eponymous folk tales. The story talks about the fortunes of young Ella whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. The movie is very interesting. it teaches a lot of lessons.
    To begin with, Cinderella the screen writer Chris embraces both the magic and humanity of classic fairy tale. it so swaggering in it’s confidence that at times it almost commands to like. it’s also unexpectedly delicate in all the right ways.
    The good thing about this is that it teaches a lot of moral lesson for the wicked, and also grab a lot of good things. it a romantic film that talks about most especially Cinderella’ s stepmother,the prince and Cinderella.

    Okagbue Cynthia Chikodili
    Team name: Anna politkovskaya
    2016054111

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

      1. Okagbue Cynthia
        2016054111
        Team name: Anna politkovskaya

        movie tittle: Cinderella
        GENRE
        Kids
        Drama
        Romance
        Sci-Fi/Fantasy
        CAST
        Lily James as Ella/Cinderella; Eloise Webb as Young Ella; Hayley Atwell as Cinderella’s Mother; Ben Chaplin as Cinderella’s Father; Cate Blanchett as Lady Tremaine; Richard Madden as The Prince; Helena Bonham Carter as The Fairy Godmother; Holliday Grainger as Anastasia; Sophie McShera as Drizella; Stellan Skarsgård as The Grand Duke; Nonso Anozie as The Captain; Derek Jacobi as The King
        DIRECTOR
        Kenneth Branagh
        DISTRIBUTOR
        Walt Disney
        IN THEATERS
        March 13, 2015
        ON VIDEO
        September 15, 2015
        REVIEWER
        Adam R. Holz

        Many a fairy tale concludes with, “And they lived happily ever after.” Fewer begin from such a place. But for Ella, life was indeed enchanted.
        Growing up in a sprawling country mansion, her days consist of communicating with her animal friends (especially four mice living in the house) and basking in the delight of her doting parents. But then Ella’s mother falls mortally ill. On her death bed, she beckons Ella close to tell her “a great secret that will see you through all the trials life has to offer: Have courage and be kind.”
        As the years roll by, Ella and her father, a merchant, make a good effort to enjoy life together. But melancholy fills his heart, a longing for companionship. And so, when he meets a beautiful widow with two daughters about Ella’s age, it seems a perfect opportunity for a second chapter of familial bliss.
        Except that it isn’t.
        You already know that Lady Tremaine is as cruel as her daughters are vain. And when Ella’s father dies on a journey, the teen girl is left with little more in this world than the concepts of courage and kindness her mother bequeathed to her.

        link: http://www.pluggedin.com

  86. Title: The Walking dead

    Genre(s):Drama, Action & Adventure,Fantasy, Horror, Suspense,Science Fiction

    Season 8 premiere date:Oct 22, 2017

    Network:AMC

    Air Time:9:00 PM

    Episode Length:60

    Seasons:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

    cast: Seth Gilliam(Father Gabriel Stokes)Lennie James(Morgan Jones)Jeffrey Dean Morgan(Negan)Christian Serratos(Rosita Espinosa)Lauren Cohan(Maggie Greene)Norman Reedus(Daryl Dixon)Andrew Lincoln(Rick Grimes)Chandler Riggs(Carl Grimes)Melissa McBride(Carol Peletier)Danai Jekesai Gurira(Michonne)Alanna Masterson(Tara Chambler)Josh McDermitt(Eugene Porter)

    Rick along with the people of Alexandria, Hilltop, and The Kingdom prepare for war against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his Saviors in the eighth season of the zombie drama.

    2016054147
    Houphouet Boigny

    http://www.metacritic.com/tv/the-walking-dead/season-8/details

    1. Who is reviewer? Nice job but who is original reviewer? Check the link you will see reviewer there. Ojiego hold on first

  87. Awogwo Winifred Ifunanya
    2016054035
    Team Mophouet Boigny

    Movie Review

    Movie Title: Free samples, with a sour taste
    Director: Jay Gammil
    Genre:Comedy, Drama
    Key actors and actresses: Tippi Hedren, Jesse Weixler, Hailey Feiffer, Jesse Eisenberg, Jason Ritter
    Written by: Jim Beggarly
    In theaters: April ,20 2013
    On Disc/ streaming:October 29, 2013
    Duration: 79 Minuted
    Reviewer: Amy Nicholson

    Hungover, bitter and thoroughly uninvested in the success of the company’s promotional giveaway that gives “Free Samples” its title, Jillian is a law school dropout guilted into subbing in for her best friend, Nancy (Halley Feiffer), who is stuck at an intervention for her alcoholic brother. (Never mind that Jillian can probably drink him under the table.) As Jillian prays for escape, not that she has anything better to do, customers come hungry and leave angry. If they have a weakness, she’ll exploit it — she even bribes a homeless woman to bring her a coffee.
    “Free Samples” is a film about wasting time, and it feels like it. Despite clocking in at 79 minutes, Jay Gammill’s comedy drags by no fault of its delightfully sour lead. With her droll delivery and big blue eyes, Weixler — who came to indie fame playing a virgin with a befanged vagina in “Teeth” — has the air of a slacker Bette Davis. Naturally, the only person on this sunbaked block she treats kindly is a classic movie star played by Tippi Hedren.

    Link: b:app-bar-topics-buttonTopics

  88. EZEKWE CYNTHIA SOPURUCHUKWU.
    2016054153.
    TEAM Mogadishu.
    http://saharareporters.com/
    THERE WAS A COUNTRY-A BOOK REVIEW BY CHIDI NWAONU.
    Book tittle:There was a country.
    AUthor:Chinua Achebe.
    Genre:educational books
    place of publication:Great Britain.
    Year of publication:2012
    Number of pages:333
    ISBN:978-1-846-14792-0
    Language:English
    Reviewer:Chidi Nwaonu.

    In pursuit of this review have done 3 things I said I wouldn’t do; I bought a book in hardback. I read ‘There was a country: A Personal History of Biafra’ by Chinua Achebe. I am writing a review of it.
    The first thing I will say is that this is not Achebe’s best book, be it fiction or non-fiction. Nor will I say it is his most relevant; as Things Fall Apart still wins that accolade just for being what it is.
    It is however one of the most relevant books about Nigeria by a Nigerian. Not just for what it says but for what it causes to be said.
    Once it came out the usual suspects inevitably emerged from the wood work, the ethnic supremacists, Biafra nostalgists, Igbo everyone-hates-us-ists, Yoruba justificationists, tribal chauvinists, Northern oligarchists, minority tribe what-about-us-ists, the-One-Nigeria-but I hate-the-rest-of-you-ists, text speak writing I don’t fully understand but I’ve got to write something unintelligible commentatorists. Prayers warriors have deployed en masse with curses, praise and damnation in all tongues and to various gods, deities and non-specific supreme beings. But then any book written about Biafra, from the perspective of a Biafran particularly one as high profile as Achebe will elicit a spirited response, it would be equally depressing if it didn’t.
    It is the strange reality of the Nigerian Civil War that its history is written almost exclusively by the losers. The vast majority of the literature, fiction and non-fiction from the military or civilian perspective is written by Igbo’s. This could be due to the fact that the vast number of Igbo intellectuals who suffered and stayed in Biafra, reacted the only way they could with words whilst for other Nigerian intellectuals the war was an abstraction as opposed to a daily reality. Those that have written from the Federal side all had a personal connection such as Wole Soyinka (who was imprisoned for his anti war views), Elechi Amadi and Ken Saro Wiwa.
    In essence there has been no attempt at any sort of narrative by the side that won, thus there is no credible way to dispute or even present a conflicting argument (if one was inclined to) to the prevailing story of the war. So for Easterners in general and Igbos in particular the story of this glorious but doomed fight for freedom and survival is ingrained in the soul and preserved in literature and poetry, yet for the rest of Nigeria it is barely mentioned thus when the topic comes up for discussion it turns into a battle of rumours against certitude.
    Yet the parts about Biafra are to me less interesting, possibly for this very reason and also due to the fact that these parts are comparatively poorly written, with factual errors, misuse of military terms and misplacement of incidents, such as referring to General Effiong as the Biafran Army Commander (actually General Madiebo) or inferring that Britain supplied Nigeria with MiGs (actually supplied by the USSR) or stating that Murtala Mohammed took Onitsha on the second attempt (it was at the 3rd). Pedantic points of interest to a history buff but they are also telling omissions by a sensitive man of letters who not only abhorred war in its abstract but in its object and its reality and this war in particular which destroyed the culture and country he so revered.
    However despite the book’s title I believe the country he most mourns for is not Biafra, but Nigeria.
    Not just the Nigeria of 2012 or the Nigeria of 1960 but also the Nigeria before Nigeria was Nigeria. For the customs, cultures and practices of the tribes and nations that inhabit the landmass known as Nigeria.
    Seen with the eyes of a ‘British protected’ son of studious, Christian parents and grand nephew to a genial unapologetic animist and through the mind of a hard working student going through the colonial education system rising through merit and hard work to the peak of his profession and work, this is an elegy to an innocent time, when possibilities were possible and endless and the best was yet to come.
    It is in fact like a man staring back at his life, with a wry smile to the romances of his youth, shaking his head at his naivety, remembering the good times but skipping over and ill remembering the bad times.
    Nigerian independence as it appears in this book is like an arranged marriage, with one reluctant suitor, an eager one and a quasi eager one. This weird unhappy polygamy was made a reality by giving control of the marriage to the entity that wanted to be in it the least yet had the most to gain from it.
    Achebe was by this point an ardent Nigerian nationalist, working in the government media, with an eclectic assortment of friends and colleagues from all over the Federation. In fact his observations to the crisis in Nigeria can be likened to that of a wronged spouse going through the stages of grief.
    First there was denial expressed by staying in Lagos despite being one of the most high profile, non political Igbo’s, whom soldiers were actively looking for and even going to work during the pogroms, until warned off by his Yoruba boss.
    And then anger, at the ‘Triangle Game’ of the Soviet Union, Britain and France, with the first two supporting the Federal side overtly with arms and aircraft and the latter supporting Biafra covertly with enough arms to keep fighting but not enough to win.
    With the OAU and UN for their impotence and deference to the Federal position.
    With Awolowo and Adekunle for their ‘starvation is a weapon of war’ mantra.
    Then bargaining, looking towards elder statesmen like Aminu Kano and Nnamdi Azikiwe to find a negotiated way out of the crisis.
    And then depression as evinced by the alarming chapter titles in Part 4 of the book such as Corruption and Indiscipline and State Failure and the Rise of Terrorism.
    I’m not sure he has got round to acceptance.

  89. Movie review
    Movie title:Sky Fall
    Genre:Action
    Director:Sam mendes
    Cast:Daniel craig,Judi Dench,Javier badem,Naomie Harris
    Duration:2:33 minutes
    Date Released:2 November 2012
    Reviewer:Ezeakudo mirabel
    M is saved from a bullet by Mallory and ends up in a car with Bond. Bond and M travel to Skyfall, the Bond family estate in the Scottish Highlands. … Bond arrives and kills Silva by throwing a knife into his back, but M succumbs to her wounds and dies in Bond’s arms.
    Web link:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skyfall

    Name:Ezeakudo Mirabel Chinelo
    Reg:2016054020
    Team:Marakeech

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  90. Obiora Onyinyechi Anita.
    2016054098.
    Anna politkovskaya.

    Title of book: Half of a yellow sun.
    Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
    Year of publication: 2006.
    Place of publication: Nigeria.
    Publisher: Knopf/ Anchor.
    Number of pages: 448.
    Genre: Novel.
    Reviewer. Obiora Onyinyechi Anita.

    Book review

    1. What is this? Where is the main work? They must come together

  91. NAME:MARTINS SANDRA CHINEMEREM
    REG NO:2016054061
    TEAM:MARRAKECH
    MOVIE REVIEW

    MOVIE TITLE:Blood Diamond.

    CREATED AND PRODUCED By:Marshall Herskoivtz, Edward zwick, Paula Weinstein.

    GENRE:Action Drama

    KEY ACTORS/ACTRESS:Danny Archer as Leonardo DiCaprio, Djimon Hounsou as Solomon Vandy,Maddy Brown as Jennifer Connely and Arnold Voslo.

    DATE:December 8,2006.

    REVIEWER:Martins Sandra Chinemerem

    Blood diamond is a television action drama series which features the story of Danny Archer a South African mercenary and Solomon Vandy a mental Fisher man,Both men are Africans,but their histories and their circumstances are as different as they can be until their fate become joined in a common quest to recover a pink diamond that can transform their lives.
    It also set against the backdrop of the chaos and civil war that enveloped 1990s Sierra Leone.

    WEBSITE: https:/en.m.wikipedia.org

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

    2. NAME:MARTINS SANDRA CHINEMEREM
      REG NO:2016054061
      TEAM:MARRAKECH
      MOVIE REVIEW

      MOVIE TITLE:Blood Diamond.

      CREATED AND PRODUCED By:Marshall Herskoivtz, Edward zwick, Paula Weinstein.

      GENRE:Action Drama

      KEY ACTORS/ACTRESS:Danny Archer as Leonardo DiCaprio, Djimon Hounsou as Solomon Vandy,Maddy Brown as Jennifer Connely and Arnold Voslo.

      DATE:December 8,2006.

      REVIEWER:Steven Issac

      Blood diamond is a television action drama series which features the story of Danny Archer a South African mercenary and Solomon Vandy a mental Fisher man,Both men are Africans,but their histories and their circumstances are as different as they can be until their fate become joined in a common quest a pink diamond that can transform their lives.
      It also set against the backdrop of the chaos and civil war that enveloped 1990s Sierra Leone.

      WEBSITE:https//www.pluggedin.com

    1. Meaning what? Put it together with the main work

  92. Movie review
    Movie tittle :Book of life
    Director :Jorge R Gutierrez
    Genre :Animated
    Key actors /actresses : Diego luna(manolo),Zoe sandana(maria), Kate Del Castillo (LA muerta), Channing Tatum (Joaquin)
    Date:17 October 2014
    Reviewer:James Berardinelli. The Book of Life represents Guillermo del Toro’s most hands-on foray (to date) into the realm of family friendly entertainment; this is closer in tone and sensibility to one of Tim Burton’s offbeat animated films than one of Pixar’s more “vanilla” productions. The visual aesthetic is unusual with the characters being modeled as 3-D wooden puppets. I was reminded of a more polished version of some of the old live action TV Christmas specials. Background detail doesn’t match that of many other big budget animated films but the presentation is quirky enough to make this less important. The 3-D, however, is disappointing. It adds nothing and is so low-key that it might as well not be there.
    Gotten from http//www.reelviews.net
    Ebulue Ruth oluchi
    2016054093
    Team Banda Aceh

  93. Arinze obiageli p

    Title: originals
    Author: Adams Grant,Sheryl Sandburg.
    Pages: 336
    Publishers:penguin publishers
    Language: English. Date printed: February 7,2017. Reviewer: Arinze obiageli .p.

    I got this Article details from Barnes & Nobles(R) http://m.barnesandnoble.com

    Originals is here as an ally, an enemy, a thought provoker, a calming salve, and, most of all, an inspirer devoted to challenging your beliefs, your truths and mixing them up with real stories, all in an effort to exfoliate the nasty crust you are wearing and release the adornment being hidden. That is the embellishment of an original. One who conquers the world. Throughout the book, you meet people you will notice are like you in several aspects. As you get acquainted with them and it is my prayer that what they did, what they accomplished, the mistakes they made, the opportunities they had, and the lives they lived, may serve as a spring whence wisdom of change will flow into you, making you what you have always wished to be but did not know how. The song in your heart needs to be heard. You may not know what impact it will make, how many souls it will transform, how many children it will provoke to think, or how far ahead it will propel the wheel of progress on our planet. That is the magnitude of power that that song wields and originals is here to make you release it into the world where it belongs. Arinze Obiageli 2016054110 team molgadishu.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  94. Obika Juliet Ogechi
    Reg no:2016054022
    Team:Banda Aceh

    Tom O’Brien’s “Fairhaven” is about two lost thirty-something friends who are brought together when their third friend returns for his father’s funeral. All have desires that have gone unfulfilled and only one has reached an age-appropriate level of maturity. Personal relationship dynamics in need of a feeling of immediacy are explored in more depth on television. O’Brien never quite finds a focus around which to center the longing that all three boys/men feel. Unlikely to get a theatrical release, “Fairhaven” seems destined for numerous rounds on the film festival circuit.

    https://www.easyreadernews.com/tribeca-film-festival-new-york/

    1. Invalid, Ask Igboanugo what she did.Where is preliminary info

  95. Movie title: Moana
    Created and produced by: osnat shurer,ron clements,john musker
    Genre: Adventure film(fictional film)
    Key actors/actresses: Dwayne johnson(maui),Auli’i cravalho(moana),Jemaine clement(tamatoa)
    Date: 23 November 2016
    Reviewer: Okeke Linda

    The movie “Moana” is an adventurous movie,it all started when Moana sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey,she meets the once-mighty demigod maui,who guides her in her quest to become a master way-finder. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage,encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. Along the way,Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she always sought: her own identity.

    Okeke Linda Chidiebere
    2016054070
    Team Bouake
    Site: wikipedia.org/wiki/moana_(2016-film)

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  96. Team Marrakech

    Book title:purple hibiscus
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    year of publisher :October 2003
    Publisher :Algonquin Books kachifo
    Place of publishe: Lagos
    Genre :fiction and romance
    ISBN: 978-1-61620-242-2
    No of pages:336
    language:English
    Name of reviewer:Asomugha chidalu Chinelo

    The Neck
    This is about a family where the father is the loin of the family and whatever he says is being done without being questioned even his wife obeys him.
    it shows the value of women in the society and in some families how they don’t get say in any matter in the society.

    Asomugha chidalu Chinelo
    2016054071
    Team Marrakech
    http://weaverpresszimbabwe.com/latest-reviews/24-purple-hibiscus/288-review-of-purple-hibiscus-times-literary-supplement.html

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  97. The real weblink:www.bookreads.com/studyguideicapturethecastle

  98. Lazarus kelvin chidiebube

    Lazarus kelvin chidiebube
    2016054139
    BANDA ACEH
    Movie :skyfall
    Directed by:sam Mendes
    Produced by: Michael Gliwllson
    Barbara broccoli
    Screenplay by:Neal purvis ,Robert wade,john Logan .
    Based on:jams bond by LAN Fleming
    Starring: Daniel Craig,javier berdem,ralph fiennes,naomie Harris,ben whishaw,beremice Lim marlohe,albert Finney.
    Music: Thomas Newman
    Cinematography:Roger deakins
    Edited by: Stuart Baird,kate Baird
    Production company:EON production
    Distributed by: metro Goldwyn Mayer Columbia pictures.
    Date:23 October 2012(London),26 October 2012 (united kingdom),9 November 2012 (united States)
    Running time:143minutes
    Country: united kingdom,united States
    Language: English
    Budget:$150-200 million
    Box office:$1.109 million
    The story centres on bond investigatory attack on M16 ,the attack is part 9 a plot by former agent Raoul Silvia to discredit and kill mas reveyngo for having betrayed him.
    http://www.guardian.com

    1. Who is reviewer? Check the link again

  99. Ekweozor Ifeoma Laura
    2016054019
    Team Houphouet boigny

    Music Review
    Tupac – Dear Momma
    Music Review by Clinton Young

    Song: Dear Momma
    Artist: 2pac (Tupac)
    Genre: Hip Hop

    Review:

    The struggles that children go through, transcends ethnic lines. The first time I heard this song play as a teenager. It resonated with me. Many of the lyrics I can relate to.

    While I did hear the song before I was 17 years of age. I actually did leave my mother’s home when I was 17. The lyrics “It’s hell huggin on my momma from a jail cell” been there & done that. The first time when I was 14. Then for to many years & times after that.

    Me & my little sister have different fathers. Both of us have provided our own adversity for our mother, while growing up. As in the song, my mother had many times came home after a long day of work & still cooked meals.

    There was times when money was scarce.

    The only real differences from the song & my life. My mother was never a crack phiene, refused to ever accept welfare, & was not black.

    My mother’s line of thinking was that I was her child, tus her responsibility. She was not going to ask for help in raising me. That a person has to work for what they want & need in life.

    Beyond those differences, I could have very well wrote the song myself.

    I personally think the song is one of the top 10 of all time. At least for me it is.

    Many hip hop songs today fall very short of the quality of lyrics that 2pac had. The materialism & sexual objectification that is rampant in today’s lyrics is surely a lack of talent. Regardless of the kind of music a person likes. I think that talent of any kind can be appreciated.

    http://www.saveaninnocentlife.com/music

  100. Team Marrakech

    Book title:purple hibiscus
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    year of publisher :October 2003
    Publisher :Algonquin Books kachifo
    Place of publishe: Lagos
    Genre :fiction and romance
    ISBN: 978-1-61620-242-2
    No of pages:336
    language:English
    Name of reviewer:Asomugha chidalu Chinelo

    The Neck
    This is about a family where the father is the loin of the family and whatever he says is being done without being questioned even his wife obeys him.
    it shows the value of women in the society and in some families how they don’t get say in any matter in the society.

    Asomugha chidalu Chinelo
    2016054071
    Team Marrakech
    http://weaverpresszimbabwe.com/latest-reviews/24-purple-hibiscus/288-review-of-purple-hibiscus-times-literary-supplement.html

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  101. Chidimma Lilian ndubisi

    Head : music greenlight by tekno and dj cuppy
    Published on October 13,2017
    Reviewer Chidimma Lilian ndubisi
    https://www.google.com.ng/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DqgKCKK-6DqM&ved=0ahUKEwjw2Pal86baAhXLfFAKHReqCxIQwqsBCC0wAg&usg=AOvVaw0i4LDDst5hyExC5Fp_L2IP
    Team Wawrinka

      1. Chidimma Lilian ndubisi

        CORRECTION

        Music title: Ada ADA
        Artist: flavour
        producer: Godfather production
        Genre: high life
        Release date: June 30, 2013
        Review by muldshid eleas
        Mr. Flavor – born Chinedu Okoli better known for his
        stage name Flavor N’abania or Flavor , a Nigerian
        Recording Artist,Dancer,Song writer and performer yet
        released a top notch wedding themed video depicting a
        traditional Igbo Wedding and celebrating traditional
        African Culture and Women dubbed- “Ada Ada”
        Directed by one of the best Directors – Clarence A.
        Peters, It is the fifth single from his album “Blessed”
        which was released on June 30, 2013 simultaneously
        with the music video. With soothing and sweet
        introductory lyrics the song can be well explained as
        phenomenal!
        Other notable songs on the album include “Baby Oku”,
        “Shake”, and “Chinny Baby”. Flavour’s “Shake” video was
        shot in South Africa by Godfather Production while “Baby
        Oku” was shot in Miami, Florida. Flavour’s “Baby Oku”
        and “Baby Oku (Dance)” songs were merged in the “Baby
        Oku” video. “Chinny Baby” was also shot in South
        Africa by Trademark Pictures.
        Guest Appearances by John Okafor popularly known as
        Mr.Ibu- whose sense of humor couldn’t go unnoticed, Uti
        Nwachuckwu (Big Brother 5 Winner), KC of the Limpopo
        Fame, Chinedu Ikedieze (Aki) and many more added a
        classy and social feel to the video.
        The video starts with a bride who is anxiously waiting for
        her groom (Uti) at her father’s Home, She seems so
        excited about her big day, she then gets cooled down by
        her friends who take her for make-up and fittings-The
        make up on the bride and the maids was really on point
        adding a sparkle onto the classy and expensive outlook of the video.

        culled from—www.mulshidwordpress.com

        reg no : 2016054080
        name : Ndubuisi Lillian CHIDIMMA
        Team : wawrinka

  102. Iweorah Ezinne Esther

    Iweorah Ezinne Esther
    2016054034
    Team Rosa Park
    Movie title-Forrest Gump
    Rating- PG-13
    Duration-146mins
    Cast- Gary Sinise, Robin Wright, Sally Field, Tom hanks.
    Production- Paramount pictures
    Genres- Drama, Romans
    Director-Robert Zemeckis
    Country- USA
    Language: English

    On July 6, 1994, Paramount unveiled Robert Zemeckis’ Forrest Gump in theaters. The Tom Hanks satire would go on to win six Oscars at the 67th Academy Awards, including best picture. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below:
    Forrest Gump is not stupid. Although his IQ is 75, he sees the world far clearer than most. Through his decent, childlike eyes, we too see things in a less confused and muddled way. In this cheerfully straight-arrow moral tale, Tom Hanks stars as the “wise fool” Forrest Gump and delivers yet another Oscar-level performance. Paramount will win sensational box office with this Robert Zemeckis-directed film.
    Raised in the ’50s in rural Alabama by a single mother (Sally Field), Forrest, being “different,” must fend for himself, struggling against not only perceived expectations but boyhood bullies. He unwittingly finds that he’s blessed with a talent — he can run like the wind, which wins him a football scholarship to play for Bear Bryant at the University of Alabama. And there’s no stopping him after that.
    An uplifting saga about one young boy’s earnest and good-natured attempts to overcome his disabilities, Forrest Gump is also a cheeky social satire of the past 40 years of U.S. social-political history. Eric Roth’s screenplay, adapted from Winston Groom’s novel, nimbly intertwines Forrest’s life with the seminal social events and players of the past several decades. Unassuming Forrest, with his golly-gee enthusiasm and inbred decency, encounters the likes of Elvis, George Wallace, presidents Kennedy through Nixon, Dick Cavett, John Lennon and Abbie Hoffman as he graduates from ‘Bama, fights in Vietnam, competes in international ping-pong, founds a shrimping company, engages in philanthropy and jogs cross-country.
    Contrasting Forrest’s unassuming innocence with the upheavals and rancor of the times, the film is a wisely goofy commentary on the stupidity of smartness.
    While Forrest’s foray’s into the dens of the big and powerful are cheekily amusing, the film ambles along over a deeper, darker layer: Forrest’s love for his childhood girlfriend, Jenny (Robin Wright). An abused child, Jenny’s life path is a desperate wander to find solid ground. She falls prey to every social movement and fad of the times; unlike Forrest, whose unwavering strength and sense of right and wrong protect him from being caught up in social slides, Jenny’s genuflections reflect her lack of firm values and inner confidence.
    To some extent, one could argue that Jenny symbolizes most of us. If any criticism might be leveled at the film, it is that its most heart-wrenching moments are too adeptly skirted, but, then again, that’s in keeping with Forrest’s strength. Highest praise to Zemeckis, who has reached a higher maturity plane with his gracefully, technically eloquent direction.

    1. No reviewer, No link to review

  103. Movie Title : Boyhood

    created and produced by :Richard Linklater

    Genre : Drama

    key actors / actress:Patricia Arquette (Olivia Evans),Ellar Coltrane (Mason Evans Jr.),
    Lorelei Linklater (Samantha Evans),Libby Villari (Catherine Evans)

    Date:January 19,2014

    Reviewer : Sylvester Okafor

    Boyhood is the succès d’estime of the year in film. The top critics have sung a chorus of praise.
    Richard Linklater, the director, has long been admired among high-minded cinephiles. In 2004 he was the subject of a U.K. Channel 4 documentary, unironically titled St. Richard of Austin—as in Austin, Texas, where he has built a film colony, which was chronicled recently in The New Yorker . Linklater has all the liberal values that people at Channel 4 admire. He is an anti-Hollywood, anti-corporate, vegan cowboy. He rejects the red carpet celebrity
    culture of Los Angeles. He would rather make his films in the summer heat of the Lonestar State than in the noxious atmosphere of Hollywood.

    Okafor Sylvester
    2016054004
    Houphouet Boigny

    web link : http://bostonreview.net/film/alan-stone-natural

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer.

  104. Nkemjika Ogonna marycynthia
    2016054092
    Team waririka

    Movie tittle: wedding party
    Created and produced by :kemi adetiba
    Genre: drama series
    Key actors/actress: Adesua etomi,banky Wellington, Richard mofedamijo,sola sobowale,iretiola Doyle,Alibaba akporobome,zainab balogun,Beverly naya,somekele iyamah and enyinna Nwigwe.
    Date:September 18,2016-November 26 2016
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Nkemjika ogonna marycynthia.

    The Wedding party follows the shenanigans that go on during the planning of a wedding in Nigeria. Dunni, a 24 year old art gallery owner and only daughter of her parents, Engineer Bamidele and Mrs Tinuade Coker, is about to marry the love of her life, IT entrepreneur Dozie, the handsome son of Chief Felix and Lady Obianuju Onwuka. The couple took a vow of chastity and are looking forward to a ground -breaking first night together as a married couple. Between matchmaking attempts on the bridal train, a wedding planner on a mission to succeed, the unruly behaviour of some ‘village’ guests much to Tinuade’s horror, Dunni’s uncertainty about her new husband’s faithfulness during the time of their courtship, amidst colourful aso-ebi, eclectic music, small chops, and souvenir drama, we begin to wonder whether Dunni and Dozie will get through their wedding reception unscathed.

    Website found:browser

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did. No link

  105. igwe Emmanuella I

    Reg no:2016054120
    team:Marrakech
    Movie title:Hotel Rwanda
    Directed by:Terry George
    Genre:historical drama
    Starring
    Don Cheadle
    Sophie Okonedo
    Joaquin Phoenix
    Nick Nolte
    date:
    22 December 2004
    Hotel Rwanda is a 2005 British-Italian-South African historical drama film directed by Terry George. It was adapted from a screenplay written by both George and Keir Pearson. It stars Don Cheadle and Sophie Okonedo as hotelier Paul Rusesabagina and his wife Tatiana. Based on the Rwandan genocide, which occurred during the spring of 1994, the film, which has been called an African Schindler’s List, documents Rusesabagina’s acts to save the lives of his family and more than a thousand other refugees by providing them with shelter in the besieged Hôtel des Mille Collines. Hotel Rwanda explores genocide, political corruption, and the repercussions of violence.
    [https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=31&ved=2ahUKEwjkiYO38qbaAhUCmrQKHcE7AlMQFjAeegQIAxAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fen.m.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FHotel_Rwanda&usg=AOvVaw3ZluYzOz6SK7ItCRiwzMC1] is good,have a look at it!

  106. Name:Chiekwe Blessing
    Reg no:2016054145
    Team:Sambisa
    Artwork Review
    Title:Florida scene
    Artist:Thomas Moran
    Date:1878
    Medium:oil in canvas
    Dimension:n/a
    Genre:Expressionist painting
    Location:America,b England
    Reviewer:Professor de Beaufort

    Thomas moran creates a work of art directly influenced by nature.His Florida scene predominately utilizes organic shapes.The southern landscape has irregular.Often curving resounded forms as seen in the vegetation,ocean and sky.The few trees seen bear long curving branch.
    Web link:https//openlab.citytech.cuny.edu

  107. Anyamaghiobi duke

    Book Title : Americanah
    Author : chimamada Ngozi Adichie
    year of publication : May 2013
    place of publication : London
    publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
    Number of pages: 588 pages
    Genre : fictional novel
    Reviewer: Anyamaghiobi Duke

    In Americanah, a young Nigerian woman, Ifemelu, moves to the United States for school, leaving behind her boyfriend, Obinze, and her family. It’s a story of relocation, far-flung love and life as an alien, spread across three continents. It’s also about the lonely but privileged perspective a stranger gains by entering a new culture. Indeed, it’s more powerful than that in Americanah , because Ifemelu experiences America both as a black woman and as an African woman. In the U.S., those two identities combine for experiences dark and light that Adichie skillfully renders in gray scale.
    The story begins with an electricity familiar to readers of Adichie’s previous novel, Half of a Yellow Sun . That book, about the life of two sisters during the Nigerian-Biafran War, won the Orange Prize for Fiction six years ago. I’m still pressing it on strangers; it rests comfortably in my top five favorite books published in the decade.

    Reg no: 2016054108
    team: Mogadishu

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  108. Igboachusi Jonathan 2016054036
    WAWRINKA

    Movie Title :Den Of Thieves
    Director and Producer: Christian Gudegast, Gerard Butler, Mark Canton, Tucker Tooley
    Actors :Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson Jr., 50 Cent
    Release date: January 19, 2018
    Reviewer :Igboachusi Jonathan

    Den of Thieves” is a heist movie that itself steals from movies like “Heat” – but that’s meant to be part of the fun. … The basic structure is the same: A highly efficient, highly motivated, and well-trained group of heist specialists …

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Den_of_Thieves_(film)

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer.

  109. Obiuwa Blessing Chinweoge
    2016054115
    Team: Band Ache
    Book Title : Things fall apart
    Author:Chinua Achebe
    Year of publication:1958
    Publisher:willism Heinemann
    place of publication :United Kingdom
    Genre :Historical fiction
    Isbn:0435905252
    No of pages:148
    Language:English
    Weblink:www.monstercrwler.com
    The bulk of the novel takes place at umuofia about the tragic fall of the protagonist okonkwo and the igbo culture.

    1. Who is reviewer? Meanwhile your introduction is too shallow. Ojiego ignore

  110. Iweorah Ezinne Esther
    2016054034
    Team Rosa Park
    Link- http://www.metacritic.com
    Movie title-Forrest Gump
    Rating- PG-13
    Duration-146mins
    Cast- Gary Sinise, Robin Wright, Sally Field, Tom hanks.
    Production- Paramount pictures
    Genres- Drama, Romans
    Director-Robert Zemeckis
    Country- USA
    Language: English

    On July 6, 1994, Paramount unveiled Robert Zemeckis’ Forrest Gump in theaters. The Tom Hanks satire would go on to win six Oscars at the 67th Academy Awards, including best picture. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below:
    Forrest Gump is not stupid. Although his IQ is 75, he sees the world far clearer than most. Through his decent, childlike eyes, we too see things in a less confused and muddled way. In this cheerfully straight-arrow moral tale, Tom Hanks stars as the “wise fool” Forrest Gump and delivers yet another Oscar-level performance. Paramount will win sensational box office with this Robert Zemeckis-directed film.
    Raised in the ’50s in rural Alabama by a single mother (Sally Field), Forrest, being “different,” must fend for himself, struggling against not only perceived expectations but boyhood bullies. He unwittingly finds that he’s blessed with a talent — he can run like the wind, which wins him a football scholarship to play for Bear Bryant at the University of Alabama. And there’s no stopping him after that.
    An uplifting saga about one young boy’s earnest and good-natured attempts to overcome his disabilities, Forrest Gump is also a cheeky social satire of the past 40 years of U.S. social-political history. Eric Roth’s screenplay, adapted from Winston Groom’s novel, nimbly intertwines Forrest’s life with the seminal social events and players of the past several decades. Unassuming Forrest, with his golly-gee enthusiasm and inbred decency, encounters the likes of Elvis, George Wallace, presidents Kennedy through Nixon, Dick Cavett, John Lennon and Abbie Hoffman as he graduates from ‘Bama, fights in Vietnam, competes in international ping-pong, founds a shrimping company, engages in philanthropy and jogs cross-country.
    Contrasting Forrest’s unassuming innocence with the upheavals and rancor of the times, the film is a wisely goofy commentary on the stupidity of smartness.
    While Forrest’s foray’s into the dens of the big and powerful are cheekily amusing, the film ambles along over a deeper, darker layer: Forrest’s love for his childhood girlfriend, Jenny (Robin Wright). An abused child, Jenny’s life path is a desperate wander to find solid ground. She falls prey to every social movement and fad of the times; unlike Forrest, whose unwavering strength and sense of right and wrong protect him from being caught up in social slides, Jenny’s genuflections reflect her lack of firm values and inner confidence.
    To some extent, one could argue that Jenny symbolizes most of us. If any criticism might be leveled at the film, it is that its most heart-wrenching moments are too adeptly skirted, but, then again, that’s in keeping with Forrest’s strength. Highest praise to Zemeckis, who has reached a higher maturity plane with his gracefully, technically eloquent direction.

    1. Approved but provide reviewer (not you)

  111. team Rosa park
    film reviewing
    movie: sometime in April
    director: Raoul peck
    produced by Daniel Delume
    cast: Idris Elba
    Oris Erhuero
    Carole karemera
    Debra Winger
    Date: February, 17 2005
    reviewer Obido chiamaka Genevieve
    In SOMETIMES IN APRIL, Raoul Peck (Lumumba), has taken the specific story of the Rwandan genocide of April 1994 and made manifest the universal implications of the events. There is plenty of culpability to go around and Peck is not shy about pointing fingers, but he is also not shy about pointing up the greater lesson of what happened, one that requires acts of personal and political courage as great as those demanded during blood shed.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  112. Anyamaghiobi duke

    culled from: http://www.NPR.org

  113. Book title, :A portrait of an artist as a young man

    Author:James Joyce

    Year of publication:1916

    Place of Publication:Newyork

    Publisher:B.W Huebsch

    Genre:description

    ISBN:978-978-449953-6

    Number of pages:254

    Language:English

    Name of the reviewer:Chidimma okwudili

    The book a portrait of an artist as a young man by James Joyce is a description book that tells the story of Steven the dedalus,a boy growing in Ireland and nineteenth century as he gradually decides to cast off all his
    Problem on God.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  114. WEBLINK:https://rottentomatoes.com
    Preliminary information(head)
    MOVIE TITLE:YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE
    CREATED BY:LYNNE RAMSAY
    GENRE:DRAMA
    KEY ACTORS:JOE(JOAQUIN PHOENIX)NINA(EKATERINA SAMSONOV)JOES MOTHER(JUDITH ROBERTS)
    DATE:2018
    REVIEWER:IDAMOKORO OGHENERUKEVWE.M.
    The premise-PTSD stricken hit man Joe is tasked with saving a young girl from sex ttraffickers.probably sounds familiar narratives of male saviour rescuing female innocents girls that are baked into pop culture.Ramsay’s film set itself apart amidsts the violence,his gentleness,beauty,and delicacy and variety of style

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Oghene!!! Ask Igboanugo what she did Oghene!!!.

  115. TEAM; MARRAKESH
    REG NUMBER;2016054018

    BOOK TITLE;king solomon’s mines

    AUTHOR; Henry Richard Haggard

    YEAR OF PUBLICATION; 1885

    PUBLISHER; cassel and company

    PLACE OF PUBLICATION;United Kingdom

    GENRE; lost world

    NUMBER OF PAGES; 320

    LANGUAGE; English

    NAME OF REVIEWER; Rejoice Kelechi Onwuseraka

    The book was first published in September 1885 amid considerable fanfare, with billboards and posters around London announcing “The Most Amazing Book Ever Written”. It became an immediate best seller. By the late 19th century, explorers were uncovering ancient civilisations around the world, such as Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, and the empire of Assyria. Inner Africa remained largely unexplored and
    King Solomon’s Mines , the first novel of African adventure published in English, captured the public’s imagination.
    The “King Solomon” of the book’s title is the Biblical king renowned both for his wisdom and for his wealth. A number of sites have been suggested as the location of his mines, including the workings at the Timna valley near
    Eilat . Research published in September 2013 has shown that this site was in use during the 10th century BC as a copper mine possibly by the
    Edomites , who the Bible reports were rivals of and frequently at war with King Solomon.
    Haggard knew Africa well, having travelled deep within the continent as a 19-year-old during the Anglo-Zulu War and the First Boer War , where he had been impressed by South Africa’s vast mineral wealth and by the ruins of ancient lost cities being uncovered, such as Great Zimbabwe . His original Allan Quatermain character was based in large part on Frederick Courtney Selous, the British white hunter and explorer of Colonial Africa. Selous’s real-life experiences provided Haggard with the background and inspiration for this and many later stories.
    Haggard also owed a considerable debt to Joseph Thomson , the Scottish explorer whose book Through Masai Land was a hit in January 1885. [ citation needed] Thomson claimed he had terrified warriors in Kenya by taking out his false teeth and claiming to be a magician, just as Captain Good does in King Solomon’s Mines . Contemporary James Runciman wrote an article entitled King Plagiarism and His Court, interpreted as accusing Haggard of plagiarism for this. Thomson was so outraged at Haggard’s alleged plagiarism that he published a novel of his own, Ulu: an African Romance, which, however, failed to sell.

    web link :https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Solomon's_Mines

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  116. https://www.rogerebert.com/contributors/roger-ebert
    By:Nell Minow
    Movie review:shrek
    Director: by Andrew Adamson and Vicky
    Country American
    Cast:Mike Myers
    Shrek),Eddie Murphy (Donkey),Cameron Diaz(Princess Fiona)
    Date:Nov 2, 2001
    Reviewer:Nwokeocha CHIOMA Vivian

    There is a moment in “Shrek” when the despicable Lord Farquaad has the Gingerbread Man tortured by dipping him into milk. This prepares us for another moment when Princess Fiona’s singing voice is so piercing it causes jolly little bluebirds to explode; making the best of a bad situation, she fries their eggs. This is not your average family cartoon. “Shrek” is jolly and wicked, filled with sly in-jokes and yet somehow possessing a heart.
    The movie has been so long in the making at DreamWorks that the late Chris Farley was originally intended to voice the jolly green ogre in the title role. All that work has paid off: The movie is an astonishing visual delight, with animation techniques that seem lifelike and fantastical, both at once. No animated being has ever moved, breathed or had its skin crawl quite as convincingly as Shrek.
    Nwokeocha CHIOMA Vivian
    2016054127
    Team Marrakesh

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  117. Book Title: Half of a yellow sun
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Country: Nigeria
    Language: English
    Genre: Historical fiction
    Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
    Media type: Print (Hardback)
    Pages: 448 pp
    ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
    OCLC: 78988623
    Reviewer: MADUKA EBERE. C.

    The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70). The effect of the war is shown through the dynamic relationships of five people’s lives including twin daughters of an influential businessman, a professor, a British citizen, and a houseboy. After Biafra’s declaration of secession, the lives of the main characters drastically changed and were torn apart by the brutality of the civil war and decisions in their personal lives.

    MADUKA EBERE .C.
    TEAM MOBUTU SSESEKO

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer.

      1. WIKIPEDIA SIR

  118. https://www.rogerebert.com/contributors/roger-ebert
    By:Nell Minow
    Movie review:shrek
    Director: by Andrew Adamson and Vicky
    Country American
    Cast:Mike Myers
    Shrek),Eddie Murphy (Donkey),Cameron Diaz(Princess Fiona)
    Date:Nov 2, 2001
    Reviewer:Nwokeocha CHIOMA Vivian
    There is a moment in “Shrek” when the despicable Lord Farquaad has the Gingerbread Man tortured by dipping him into milk. This prepares us for another moment when Princess Fiona’s singing voice is so piercing it causes jolly little bluebirds to explode; making the best of a bad situation, she fries their eggs. This is not your average family cartoon. “Shrek” is jolly and wicked, filled with sly in-jokes and yet somehow possessing a heart.
    The movie has been so long in the making at DreamWorks that the late Chris Farley was originally intended to voice the jolly green ogre in the title role. All that work has paid off: The movie is an astonishing visual delight, with animation techniques that seem lifelike and fantastical, both at once. No animated being has ever moved, breathed or had its skin crawl quite as convincingly as Shrek.
    Nwokeocha CHIOMA Vivian
    2016054127
    Team Marrakesh

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer.

  119. Book title, :A portrait of an artist as a young man

    Author:James Joyce

    Year of publication:1916

    Place of Publication:Newyork

    Publisher:B.W Huebsch

    Genre:description

    ISBN:978-978-449953-6

    Number of pages:254

    Language:English

    Name of the reviewer:Chidimma okwudili

    The book a portrait of an artist as a young man by James Joyce is a description book that tells the story of Steven the dedalus,a boy growing in Ireland and nineteenth century as he gradually decides to cast off all his
    Problem on God.

    Team: mogadishua
    2016054075
    http://Www.worldcat.org

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

    2. Correction

      Okwudili Chidimma
      2016054075
      Team Mogadishu

      Format: Paperback | 384 pages
      Dimensions: 128 x 194 x 22mm | 258.55g
      Publication date: 24 Feb 2000
      Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
      Imprint: PENGUIN CLASSICS
      Publication City/Country: London, United Kingdom
      Language: English
      Edition statement: UK ed.
      ISBN10: 0141182660
      ISBN13: 9780141182667
      Bestsellers rank: 27,342
      Reviewer: Deane

      Playful and experimental, James Joyce’s autobiographical A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is a vivid portrayal of emotional and intellectual development. This Penguin Modern Classics edition is edited with an introduction and notes by Seamus Deane.
      The portrayal of Stephen Dedalus’s Dublin childhood and youth, his quest for identity through art and his gradual emancipation from the claims of family, religion and Ireland itself, is also an oblique self-portrait of the young James Joyce and a universal testament to the artist’s ‘eternal imagination’. Both an insight into Joyce’s life and childhood, and a unique work of modernist fiction, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is a novel of sexual awakening, religious rebellion and the essential search for voice and meaning that every nascent artist must face in order to fully come into themselves.

      http://www.bookdespository.com

  120. Book Title: Things fall apart
    Author: chinue Achebe
    place of publication: UK
    Date of publication :1958
    Publisher: Williams Heinemann
    Genre: fictional novel
    Number of pages :224 pages
    reviewer: Ojimba ogochukwu

    Things Fall Apart is a classic piece of African literature, and why not, of world literature. The story portrays a typical African rural reality ( Nigerian in this case), where the relationship between religion, white man and the colonisation of the African continent is explained. Certainly, back in the day in Africa (as on other continents but with different nuances) Christian religion expanded by means of an evangelisation process that was not only intended to convey ‘the Lord’s message’, but also as a means to dominate and to colonise. The tool used for this purpose was an imposed educational and governmental process, which was underpinned by the successive construction of churches.
    Indeed, whereas education involves a component of emancipation that helps to shape a person, in this case education stands tall as a tool for indoctrination and domination. Such indoctrination was enabled by the work of evangelisers of unshakable faith who subtly wormed their way into villages and towns, in a seemingly harmless way but with a relentless ability to exercise control.
    This Christian immersion facilitated the act of building a government consisting in posts that still exist today, such as that of ‘ District Commissioner’, as these were very often filled by whites.
    Hence we can state that the book’s main message revolves around the above-mentioned events, which would in turn explain much about the current situation in Africa.
    On the other hand, it is worth highlighting that the Christian religion played an incredibly revolutionary role back in the day . It was not in vain that it confronted both factual and spiritual pre-established powers. The fervent faith and enduring convictions of the Christian believers was particularly salient, and their power nowadays is so widespread, that it would be considered revolutionary to go against them, against Christian religion. One should also point out that (as one appreciates in Things Fall Apart) the ‘power of white man’ is also built on the back of the support offered by many black men, both actively and passively.
    Let us now turn to the main character of the novel, Okonkwo, whose life in the end is both sad and pitiful. Achebe tells us right from the start that Okonkwo was scared, which is why his behaviour was so virulent. Additionally, it seems that Okonkwo’s chi (his personal God or spiritual guardian) does not allow him to achieve what he would have liked, and it also destines him to perennial bad luck, leading the Igbo farmer to commit suicide.
    The novel (or African tradition) thus claims that human beings are pre-destined to their own fate. In other words, irrespective of what one does, fate is already written, i.e., efforts are made in vain as they do not always have the desired result. In this line of thought, the book suggests that both Okonkwo and his father failed , but in different ways.
    The latter was a lazy hedonist, while the former was misguided in his sterile efforts. It is also true that Okonkwo’s legacy clearly imposes itself over that of his father’s. In sum, Things Fall Apart is a solid novel that gives us an overview of the African world and its way of thinking and acting.
    I would also state that, instead of allowing actions to speak for themselves through the characters, Achebe uses much ‘wording’ to amply inform the reader, although this factor is not necessarily a defect.
    One could also say that in structural terms, the novel pans out through the narration of stories that unroll at each traditional ceremony that takes place in Umuofia . In this vein, against the backdrop of fields and yam crops, a combat is depicted followed by the description of a week of festivities etc., all of which are part of their customs. In addition, there is often a certain touch of fable and oral storytelling, both features of African society.
    As for the characters , I felt that they were rather irregular . Okonkwo, the white men and other main characters are perfectly set apart; however, there are some characters that are not fully fleshed out (such as some of Okonkwo’s wives and sons) and can often not be told apart. Some of the characters therefore are left incomplete and hardly differentiated.
    In this sense, the reader can be surprised to see that Okonkwo’s wives ‘disappear’ and play practically no role during his exile or banishment. As regards the dialogues, I thought they were lively, precise and real. On the other hand, I am not sure if this is a mistake, but on page 83, a certain element of
    poetic prose has slipped in: “When the women retired. Obierika presented kola nuts to his in-laws.
    reg no: 2016054082
    team: mobutu seseko

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  121. WEB LINK:https://.www.rottentomatoes.com
    Preliminary information(head)
    MOVIE TITLE:YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE
    CREATED BY:LYNNE RAMSAY
    GENRE: DRAMA
    KE ACTORS:JOE(JOAQUIN PHOENIX) NINA(EKATERINA SAMSONOV) JOES MOTHER(JUDITH ROBERTS)
    DATE:2018
    REVIEWER:IDAMOKORO OGHENERUKEVWE.M.
    The premise-PTSD stricken hit man Joe is tasked with saving a young girl from sex traffickers.probably soubsounds familiar.narrative of male saviours rescuing female innocents girl’s that are baked into pop culture.Ramsay’s film set itself apart amsits the violence is gentleness,beauty,delicacy and variety of style.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer, Ask Igboanugo what she did.

  122. Book: Half of a yellow sun
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Country: Nigeria
    Language: English
    Genre: Historical fiction
    Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
    Media type: Print (Hardback)
    Pages: 448 pp
    ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
    OCLC: 78988623
    Reviewer: MADUKA EBERE. C.

    The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70). The effect of the war is shown through the dynamic relationships of five people’s lives including twin daughters of an influential businessman, a professor, a British citizen, and a houseboy. After Biafra’s declaration of secession, the lives of the main characters drastically changed and were torn apart by the brutality of the civil war and decisions in their personal lives.

    MADUKA EBERE .C.
    TEAM MOBUTU SSESEKO
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half_of_a_Yellow_Sun

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer. Such a nice job but you refused to follow instructions

      1. Book: Half of a yellow sun
        Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
        Country: Nigeria
        Language: English
        Genre: Historical fiction
        Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
        Media type: Print (Hardback)
        Pages: 448 pp
        ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
        OCLC: 78988623
        Review
        The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70). The effect of the war is shown through the dynamic relationships of five people’s lives including twin daughters of an influential businessman, a professor, a British citizen, and a houseboy. After Biafra’s declaration of secession, the lives of the main characters drastically changed and were torn apart by the brutality of the civil war and decisions in their personal lives.

        MADUKA EBERE .C.
        TEAM MOBUTU SSESEKO
        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half_of_a_Yellow_Sun

          1. Book: Half of a yellow sun
            Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
            Country: Nigeria
            Language: English
            Genre: Historical fiction
            Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
            Media type: Print (Hardback)
            Pages: 448 pp
            ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
            OCLC: 78988623
            REVIEWER: WIKIPEDIA
            The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70). The effect of the war is shown through the dynamic relationships of five people’s lives including twin daughters of an influential businessman, a professor, a British citizen, and a houseboy. After Biafra’s declaration of secession, the lives of the main characters drastically changed and were torn apart by the brutality of the civil war and decisions in their personal lives.

            MADUKA EBERE .C.
            TEAM MOBUTU SSESEKO
            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half_of_a_Yellow_Sun

  123. CHIMEUCHEYA ANGELA

    Book: Half of a yellow sun
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Country: Nigeria
    Language: English
    Genre: Historical fiction
    Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
    Media type: Print (Hardback)
    Pages: 448 pp
    ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
    REVIEWER: CHIMEUCHEYA ANGELA

    The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70).When the Igbo people of eastern Nigeria seceded in 1967 to form the independent nation of Biafra, a bloody, crippling three-year civil war followed. That period in African history is captured with haunting intimacy in this artful page-turner…Tumultuous politics power the plot, and several sections are harrowing. But this dramatic, intelligent epic has its lush and sultry side as well: rebellious Olanna is the mistress of Odenigbo, a university professor brimming with anticolonial zeal; business-minded Kainene takes as her lover fair-haired, blue-eyed Richard, a British expatriate come to Nigeria to write a book about Igbo-Ukwu art�and whose relationship with Kainene nearly ruptures when he spends one drunken night with Olanna. This is a transcendent novel of many descriptive triumphs. It’s a searing history lesson in fictional form, intensely evocative and immensely absorbing.”

    CHIMEUCHEYA ANGELA
    TEAM BOUAKE
    http://www.halfofayellowsun.com/content.php?page=reviews&n=3&f=2

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer.

      1. CHIMEUCHEYA ANGELA

        Book: Half of a yellow sun
        Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
        Country: Nigeria
        Language: English
        Genre: Historical fiction
        Published: January 15, 2007 Alfred A. Knopf
        Media type: Print (Hardback)
        Pages: 448 pp
        ISBN: 978-0-00-720028-3
        REVIEW
        The novel takes place in Nigeria prior to and during the Nigerian Civil War (1967–70).When the Igbo people of eastern Nigeria seceded in 1967 to form the independent nation of Biafra, a bloody, crippling three-year civil war followed. That period in African history is captured with haunting intimacy in this artful page-turner…Tumultuous politics power the plot, and several sections are harrowing. But this dramatic, intelligent epic has its lush and sultry side as well: rebellious Olanna is the mistress of Odenigbo, a university professor brimming with anticolonial zeal; business-minded Kainene takes as her lover fair-haired, blue-eyed Richard, a British expatriate come to Nigeria to write a book about Igbo-Ukwu art�and whose relationship with Kainene nearly ruptures when he spends one drunken night with Olanna. This is a transcendent novel of many descriptive triumphs. It’s a searing history lesson in fictional form, intensely evocative and immensely absorbing.”

        CHIMEUCHEYA ANGELA
        TEAM BOUAKE
        http://www.halfofayellowsun.com/content.php?page=reviews&n=3&f=2

        1. Approved, though you didn’t add reviewer. If you cannot find name of reviewer,next time put the website name or link as reviewer.I will accept that. But leave this like this. Approved

  124. Movie Title : Quiet Place

    Created by: John Krasinski

    Produced by : Michael Bay
    Andrew Form
    Brad Fuller

    Genre : Drama

    key actors / actress:Emily Blunt (Evelyn Abbott),John Krasinski (Lee Abbott),Millicent Simmonds (Regan Abbott),Noah Jupe (Marcus Abbot)

    Date:March 9, 2018
    Reviewer : Nonso Okonkwo

    A Quiet Place is about a wave of blind, deadly arachnid creatures that are sensitive to sound — imagine if the aliens in the Vin Diesel film Pitch Black
    were deposited on earth, more or less — but it’s really about isolating an effect and custom-fitting a story around it. When a single utterance or unintended noise means quick and certain death, the audience will hang on every bump of the soundtrack, like a heart patient eyeing an EKG.
    There are high-minded ways to interpret A Quiet Place , which develops into an affecting metaphor for the perils of parenthood, but it’s effective primarily as a back-to-basics statement of genre fundamentals. We’re so accustomed to being pummeled into submission by studio soundtracks that the deprivation here has a clarifying effect, reminding us of what’s possible when sound and music is carefully placed. That the film comes from Platinum Dunes, the production company of Transformers director Michael Bay, feels like an act of penance from Hollywood’s chief supplier of ear-splitting rackets.

    Okonkwo Nonso

    2016054090

    Mogadishu

    web link :https://www.npr.org/2018/04/05/598796456/a-quiet-place-will-leave-you-shhhhhhaken

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer. Such a nice job but you refused to follow instructions

  125. oluoha chinelo lorita

    oluoha chinelo lorita
    team Mogadishu
    2016054031
    Book title :Audacity of hope
    Author :Barack Obama
    Year of publication : January 2017
    Publisher :crown / three Rivers press
    Place of publication :US
    Number of pages :362
    ISBN :978-0-307-23769-9
    Language:English
    Reviewer :oluoha chinelo lorita

    The Audacity of Hope is Barack Obama’s call for a different brand of politics.He explores those forces—from the fear of losing to the perpetual need to raise money to the power of the media that can stifle even the best intentioned politician.At the heart of this book is Barack Obama’s vision of how we can move beyond our divisions to tackle concrete problems. He examines the growing economic insecurity of American families, the racial and religious tensions within the body politic. It’s major critic is that with his elaborations on all these topics he doesn’t set any priorities.

    https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/123913/the-audacity-of-hope-by-barack-obama/9780307237705/.

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer. Such a nice job but you refused to follow instructions

  126. Obi ogechi Emmanuella

    Movie Title: Blood diamond
    key actors/actresses: Leonardo DiCaprio ( Danny Archer) , Djimon Housou ( Solomon candy)
    Jennifer connelly ( Maddy Bowen)
    Date: January , 2007
    producers: Marshall herskovitz , Graham king
    Genre : action movie
    reviewer: Obi ogechi Emnanuella

    During the civil war in Sierra Leone, fisherman Solomon (Hounsou) is forced to pan for diamonds. He finds a large one, but it soon draws the attention of mercenary Danny Archer (DiCaprio) among others
    Violence is an overused word. Primarily we associate it with fantasy, either in the gory netherworlds of the Hostel or Saw movies or the escapist universe of Bond and Bourne, where tension and excitement overshadow the realities of torture, mutilation and death. Violence, for the most part, is about the human capacity to hurt others; and about the way it destroys lives, communities and countries.
    So when you hear that Blood Diamond is a very violent movie, don’t take it lightly. This isn’t simply about gunfights and car chases (although both are present and very much correct); Edward Zwick’s film launches with scenes that startle with their savagery, rivalling even Saving Private Ryan’s opening salvo for squirm value. As Sierra Leone’s anti-government warriors spread across the country, villages are razed, women raped and their children shot or abducted. To ensure voter apathy at the upcoming elections, hands are severed with axes and machetes.
    It’s against this hellish backdrop that we first meet Solomon (Djimon Hounsou), a family man whose dreams of medical school for his son Dia (Caruso Kuypers) are dashed by the guerrilla insurgency. While Solomon is spared to pan for diamonds at gunpoint, Dia is taken, brainwashed, given a new identity and a gun. This, we soon learn, is what Sierra Leone is up against: beer-swilling bandits who bankroll their fight with smuggled diamonds and spend their gains on, disturbingly, US gangsta rap.
    Solomon’s camp is raided and the inhabitants jailed, which is where Leonardo DiCaprio’s Danny Archer comes in; a sharp-witted player whose eyes widen as he learns of Solomon’s million-dollar find. Though there are similarities with the protean trickster of Catch Me If You Can, this is a Leo we’ve never seen before. Amoral and selfish but self-aware, DiCaprio expands on the reservoirs of darkness that Scorsese found in him. In the film’s final straits, when the diamond becomes his Shangri-La, his power and conviction are something to see.
    But Blood Diamond falls maddeningly short of greatness in its final hour, partly because of an abundance of subplots. Alongside Solomon and Archer, Zwick introduces journalist Maddy Bowen (Jennifer Connelly), a hard-nosed war reporter just in from Afghanistan, who looks to Archer to help her find the white-collar criminals in the diamond trade. Though her acting is faultless, Connelly’s presence leads to a romance that, however understated, simply stores up trouble for later, requiring redemption and emotional closure on an already overheated climax. On top of that, add an unnecessary political framing device, and what begins as a tough, risk-taking thriller winds down to become a familiar Hollywood triumph-over-adversity story. It’s a heartbreaker. After feeling so much danger, it’s a shame to leave the cinema on a note so safe.
    Great performances, provocative ideas.

    reg no: 2016054119
    culled from.www.metacritic. com

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer. Such a nice job but you refused to follow instructions

  127. Nkemjika ogonna marycynthia
    2016054092
    Team waririka.

    Movie tittle: wedding party
    Created and produced by :kemi adetiba
    Genre: drama series
    Key actors/actress: Adesua etomi,banky Wellington, Richard mofedamijo,sola sobowale,iretiola Doyle,Alibaba akporobome,zainab balogun,Beverly naya,somekele iyamah and enyinna Nwigwe.
    Date:September 18,2016-November 26 2016
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Nkemjika ogonna marycynthia.

    The Wedding party follows the shenanigans that go on during the planning of a wedding in Nigeria. Dunni, a 24 year old art gallery owner and only daughter of her parents, Engineer Bamidele and Mrs Tinuade Coker, is about to marry the love of her life, IT entrepreneur Dozie, the handsome son of Chief Felix and Lady Obianuju Onwuka. The couple took a vow of chastity and are looking forward to a ground -breaking first night together as a married couple. Between matchmaking attempts on the bridal train, a wedding planner on a mission to succeed, the unruly behaviour of some ‘village’ guests much to Tinuade’s horror, Dunni’s uncertainty about her new husband’s faithfulness during the time of their courtship, amidst colourful aso-ebi, eclectic music, small chops, and souvenir drama, we begin to wonder whether Dunni and Dozie will get through their wedding reception unscathed.

    Wed site found:browser

    1. Invalid, you can’t be reviewer. Such a nice job but you refused to follow instructions

  128. Ezeamama Chris blessing
    Team:B Nkurunziza
    2016054049
    Elardown.gq>mywya>tyrant>nigerian
    movie tittle:’tyranny’
    director:mac Collins
    year of production:2005
    place of production:nigeria
    duration :1/5:55
    released:23 sep
    The movie ‘tyranny’ is angerian movie released in the year 2005.the film was directed by mac Collins chidebe, who featured Pete edochie ,onyeka onwenu and justus edition as the major ccharacters
    the movie (tyranny) is all about a tyrant ruler who holds the country under his directorship and no one questions his order. He was so cruel that any one who stood against his order was killed, the citizens living in agony and pain.
    The movie was acted in English language, and the language used was simply to comprehend and not ambigirus. Some special effects were used in the movie which added aesthetics to it and made it looked real. The movie should be watched by all

    Ezeamama Chris blessing, 2016054049

    1. Sir network in my village is not good sent it since it has been hanging,didnteven believe it will finally upload……… Sir pls have mercy please

      1. What do you expect when village people are at work?

  129. This one came in very late. Why? No reviewer, no link. Why did it come in late? Ojiego ignore

  130. Correction

    Book review
    Title of book: If I never forever endeavour
    Author: Holly Meade
    Year of publication: 2013
    Publisher: Candlewick
    Genre: Inspirational
    ISBN: 9780763640712
    Reviewer: Hayden

    The book is about a bird who didn’t yet know how to fly. The bird has to decide if it will try to fly, but it was not sure if it wants to. The bird thought ” If I never forever endeavour ” then I won’t ever learn. On one wing, he worries he might fail and on the other wing he thinks of how he will succeed, he worries that if he tries he may get lost in the world. That makes him want to stay in the next where he is safe.

    Link: http://www.jeffyam com

    Anikor Victoria
    2016054151
    Theme Marrakesh

  131. NAME:MARTINS SANDRA CHINEMEREM
    REG NO:2016054061
    TEAM:MARRAKECH
    MOVIE REVIEW

    MOVIE TITLE:Blood Diamond.

    CREATED AND PRODUCED By:Marshall Herskoivtz, Edward zwick, Paula Weinstein.

    GENRE:Action Drama

    KEY ACTORS/ACTRESS:Danny Archer as Leonardo DiCaprio, Djimon Hounsou as Solomon Vandy,Maddy Brown as Jennifer Connely and Arnold Voslo.

    DATE:December 8,2006.

    REVIEWER:Steven Issac

    Blood diamond is a television action drama series which features the story of Danny Archer a South African mercenary and Solomon Vandy a mental Fisher man,Both men are Africans,but their histories and their circumstances are as different as they can be until their fate become joined in a common quest a pink diamond that can transform their lives.
    It also set against the backdrop of the chaos and civil war that enveloped 1990s Sierra Leone.

    WEBSITE:https//www.pluggedin.com

    sir, this is the correction

  132. CORRECTION
    Movie title:Hotel Rwanda
    Created and produced:Terry George
    Genre:Drama,foreign,history
    Key actors and actresses:Don Cheadle as Paul Ruseabagina,Sophie Okenedo as Tatiana,Nick Nolte as Col.oliver,Joaquin phoenie as Jack.
    Date:25 February 2005
    Episodes:121minutes
    Reviewer:Roger Ebert
    Hotel Rwanda is a television drama series which features a million members of the Tutsi tribe being killed by members of the Hutu tribe in a massacre
    that took place while the world looked away. Hotel Rwanda is not the story of the massacre, it is the story of a hotel manager who saved the lives of 1200 people by being, essentially a very good hotel manger.
    Osumuo chidiogo vivian
    2016054008
    Team Annapolikovskaya
    link:http://www.rogerebert.com

  133. oluoha chinelo lorita

    oluoha chinelo lorita
    team Mogadishu
    2016054031
    Book title :Audacity of hope
    Author :Barack Obama
    Year of publication : January 2017
    Publisher :crown / three Rivers press
    Place of publication :US
    Number of pages :362
    ISBN :978-0-307-23769-9
    Language:English
    Review

    The Audacity of Hope is Barack Obama’s call for a different brand of politics.He explores those forces—from the fear of losing to the perpetual need to raise money to the power of the media that can stifle even the best intentioned politician.At the heart of this book is Barack Obama’s vision of how we can move beyond our divisions to tackle concrete problems. He examines the growing economic insecurity of American families, the racial and religious tensions within the body politic. It’s major critic is that with his elaborations on all these topics he doesn’t set any priorities.

    https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/123913/the-audacity-of-hope-by-barack-obama/9780307237705/.

  134. CORRECTION
    Movie title: Moana
    Created and produced by: osnat shurer,ron clements,john musker
    Genre: Adventure film(fictional film)
    Key actors/actresses: Dwayne johnson(maui),Auli’i cravalho(moana),Jemaine clement(tamatoa)
    Date: 23 November 2016
    Reviewer: Wikipedia organisation

    The movie “Moana” is an adventurous movie,it all started when Moana sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey,she meets the once-mighty demigod maui,who guides her in her quest to become a master way-finder. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage,encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. Along the way,Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors andh discovers the one thing she always sought: her own identity.

    Okeke Linda Chidiebere
    2016054070
    Team Bouake
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moana_(2016_film)

  135. Music TItle: Hello
    Artist : Adele
    Producer: Lionel Richie
    Genre,: Blues
    Review by Neil McCormick , MUSIC CRITIC

    This may well become the most famous
    pop greeting ever, muscling out dear old
    Lionel Richie. Adele is back, reintroducing
    herself with a slightly tentative “Hello”.
    Rarely has a single word been freighted with
    so much meaning and emotion. From the
    opening piano chord and that very first hello
    she sounds nervous, sad, determined. As biggest pop star of our age arrives back on
    the stage, there’s no dramatic ta-ra, no
    thunder of bells and whistles. Rather, she
    dares to pull the world into her private
    sphere.
    Why Adele turned to the Swedish pop
    magician Max Martin
    Hello unfolds slowly. Despite conveying a
    mood of emotional uncertainty, it’s a
    supremely confident comeback, a monster
    ballad that creeps up on the listener, showing
    a persuasive degree of restraint. It rides on
    two ominous piano chords, orchestral strings
    shading the end of the first verse, swelling
    through the second, before the chorus arrives
    with a grave blast, the double thump of a bass
    drum and her voice jumping up a range. As
    the song circles around, everything gradually
    steps up a gear, the drums take on a ghostly
    skitter, a spooky keyboard floats in, backing
    vocals build until it moves towards a very
    luscious wall of sound, supporting but not
    overwhelming Adele’s utterly compelling
    vocal. A beautiful song of loss and regret, it
    takes a grip on the kind of memory every
    listener holds somewhere in their heart and
    merges it with Adele’s own drama. This sense
    of everywoman emotion is what people
    always responded to in Adele , she is a pop
    diarist, sharing the simple secrets of her heart
    with no pretence.

    2016054104
    Team: Mobutu seseko.
    culled from..www.telegraph.co.UK

    Sir please am sorry for my late correction , I just found out my work was invalidated .

  136. CORRECTION

    Team Marrakech
    Book title:purple hibiscus
    Author:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    year of publisher :October 2003
    Publisher :Algonquin Books kachifo
    Place of publishe: Lagos
    Genre :fiction and romance
    ISBN: 978-1-61620-242-2
    No of pages:336
    language:English
    Name of reviewer:weaverpresszimbabwe
    The Neck
    This is about a family where the father is the loin of the family and whatever he says is being done without being questioned even his wife obeys him.
    it shows the value of women in the society and in some families how they don’t get say in any matter in the society.
    Asomugha chidalu Chinelo
    2016054071
    Team Marrakech
    http://weaverpresszimbabwe.com/latest-reviews/24-purple-hibiscus/288-review-of-

  137. correction
    Sir sorry for the late post network has been very bad.

    preliminary info
    director: Wes Anderson
    cast: Bryan Cranston, Koyu Rankin, Greta Gerwig.
    producer:Wes Anderson
    running time:101 minutes
    genre: comedy
    rated:PG-13
    country: United States
    reviewed by Kip Mooney

    The neck:
    set in a fictional province of Japan in the future, a corrupt mayor has shipped all dogs off to a toxic landfill called trash island, where they are forced to fend off scraps and whatever garbage continues to be dumped there. The pretext is that the dogs are carrying snout fever, which can become dog flu in humans.
    link:www.college movie review.com
    http://www.google.com

    Ibeh Chiwendu Nancy
    2016054076
    team Mogadishu

  138. oluoha chinelo lorit

    correction
    oluoha chinelo lorita
    team Mogadishu
    2016054031
    Book title :Audacity of hope
    Author :Barack Obama
    Year of publication : January 2017
    Publisher :crown / three Rivers press
    Place of publication :US
    Number of pages :362
    ISBN :978-0-307-23769-9
    Language:English
    Reviewer :penguinrandomhouse

    The Audacity of Hope is Barack Obama’s call for a different brand of politics.He explores those forces—from the fear of losing to the perpetual need to raise money to the power of the media that can stifle even the best intentioned politician.At the heart of this book is Barack Obama’s vision of how we can move beyond our divisions to tackle concrete problems. He examines the growing economic insecurity of American families, the racial and religious tensions within the body politic. It’s major critic is that with his elaborations on all these topics he doesn’t set any priorities.

    https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/123913/the-audacity-of-hope-by-barack-obama/9780307237705/.

  139. Obika Juliet Ogechi

    Obika juliet Ogechi
    Correction
    Book Review
    Book Title:Othello
    Author:Williams shakespare
    Genre:Fiction Drama
    Year of publication:2000
    Publisher:Woodsworths editions
    place of publication:Hertfordshire
    ISBN:9761863260166
    Language:Ancient English
    Reviewer:Cedric Watts

    The Neck
    This book talks about the happy married life between Desdumona and the daughter of Brabantio and Othello the moor. Othello was a black,and a soldier whom was loved by the ventian establishment because of his bavery.
    It was later discovered that otello stabbed his beloved wife desdumona with a knife because he was deceived by Iago(his old friend)that his wife was having an affair with casio his lieutenant.
    link:www.wordworth edition.com
    Obika juliet Ogechi
    2016054022
    Team:Banda Aceh

  140. Ezike Onyeka Emmanuel

    Name :Ezike Onyeka Emmanuel
    Team :Nkuruziza
    Reg No: 2016054014

    Movie Title : War Room
    Director : Alex Kendrick
    Genre : Drama
    Actors : Priscilla c. shirer (Elizabeth), Karen Abercrombie (Miss Clara), T.c Stalling (Tony)
    Duration : 2hours
    Released date : 27 November 2015.

    Spirituality can be a beautiful thing to explore in cinema, but “War Room” has no interest in engaging its audience on a personal level. It has one single goal, which according to the Kendricks, is the only goal worth having. The film wants to evangelize by preaching an ideology that requires its followers to view the world in black-and-white terms. Grappling with the gray areas in life is seen as a sign of weakness, while acting in one’s own best interest is nothing more than a sinful exercise in selfish pride.
    This is the lesson that real estate agent Elizabeth (Priscilla C. Shirer ) must be taught in extended conversations with her client-turned-friend, Miss Clara (Karen Abercrombie). When Elizabeth tries opening up about the unabashed cruelty she endures on a daily basis from her loathsome husband, Tony (T.C. Stallings), Clara refuses to listen. Instead, she urges the long-suffering wife to go back home, empty out a closet and plaster the walls with Bible verses. There, she will summon God to help fight her battles, thus transforming the space into the titular “war room.” Her role as a submissive woman is to treat the man in her life with grace, which will eventually shame him into becoming a good person. God forbid she even considers a divorce.
    The film’s centerpiece sequence occurs early on, as Elizabeth sits weeping in her closet while pleading, “God, help him love me again.” This moment is heartbreaking for all the wrong reasons. Since the Kendricks have mistaken one-dimensional caricatures for people who exist in the real world, they forgot to provide Tony with any redeeming qualities that would make us want to root for his marriage. As for the film’s advice to women who are beaten by their husbands, one of Elizabeth’s co-workers advises, “Learn to duck so God can hit him.”
    The multitude of problems in their marriage can be boiled down to one cause: Satan. Once the evildoer is cast out of the house in a stirring, borderline psychotic monologue delivered by Elizabeth, everything changes. God promptly interrupts Tony’s dinner with a potential mistress by giving him a stomach ache, and sends him back into his wife’s arms. Before you know it, he’s lost his well-paying job and is facing potential jail time for dirty double-dealing, but Elizabeth remains utterly unfazed. When he asks how she could possibly forgive him for his endless list of transgressions, her answer is unsettling. She insists that she’s staying in the relationship because she loves Jesus, and that it is her godly duty to forever be at his side.

    https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/war-room-2015

  141. Arinze obiageli p

    Title: originals
    Author: Adams Grant,Sheryl Sandburg.
    Pages: 336
    Publishers:penguin publishers
    Language: English.
    Date printed: February 7 2017.
    Reviewed by Barnesandnobles group.

    I got this Article details from Barnes & Nobles(R) http://m.barnesandnoble.com

    Originals is here as an ally, an enemy, a thought provoker, a calming salve, and, most of all, an inspirer devoted to challenging your beliefs, your truths and mixing them up with real stories, all in an effort to exfoliate the nasty crust you are wearing and release the adornment being hidden. That is the embellishment of an original. One who conquers the world. Throughout the book, you meet people you will notice are like you in several aspects. As you get acquainted with them and it is my prayer that what they did, what they accomplished, the mistakes they made, the opportunities they had, and the lives they lived, may serve as a spring whence wisdom of change will flow into you, making you what you have always wished to be but did not know how. The song in your heart needs to be heard. You may not know what impact it will make, how many souls it will transform, how many children it will provoke to think, or how far ahead it will propel the wheel of progress on our planet. That is the magnitude of power that that song wields and originals is here to make you release it into the world where it belongs. Arinze Obiageli 2016054110 team molgadishu.

  142. Obiuwa Blessing Chinweoge
    2016054115
    Team Bande ache

    Correction
    Book review: WHAT LOVE IS AND WHAT IT COULD BE by Carrie Jenkins and reviewed by Bella Depaulo.
    Website: Pyschcentral.com

    On the first page of what is love and what it could be author Carrie Jenkins let readers know that she is a philosopher and that she has both a husband and a boyfriend. Jenkins isn’t cheating or hiding her relationship from either partner, she is practicing ethical nonmonogamy.
    What is love and what it could be is a deeply thoughtful,incisive and engaging exploration of the nature of romantic love. Jenkins identifies the central question of the book as how can love be both biological and a social construct. Jenkins overview of the different ways romantic love has been construed at different times and at different places throughout history might seem like a compelling argument for the view of romantic love as a social construct.
    The chapter “what needs to change” builds up a list of ways that romantic love needs to be reconstructed in order to be more inclusive. “Changes” Jenkins believes, will be gradual and will take place “against a backdrop of continuity”.

  143. Nkemjika ogonna marycynthia
    2016054092
    Team waririka.

    Correction sir

    Movie tittle: wedding party
    Created and produced by :kemi adetiba
    Genre: drama series
    Key actors/actress: Adesua etomi,banky Wellington, Richard mofedamijo,sola sobowale,iretiola Doyle,Alibaba akporobome,zainab balogun,Beverly naya,somekele iyamah and enyinna Nwigwe.
    Date:September 18,2016-November 26 2016
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: kemi adetiba.

    The Wedding party follows the shenanigans that go on during the planning of a wedding in Nigeria. Dunni, a 24 year old art gallery owner and only daughter of her parents, Engineer Bamidele and Mrs Tinuade Coker, is about to marry the love of her life, IT entrepreneur Dozie, the handsome son of Chief Felix and Lady Obianuju Onwuka. The couple took a vow of chastity and are looking forward to a ground -breaking first night together as a married couple. Between matchmaking attempts on the bridal train, a wedding planner on a mission to succeed, the unruly behaviour of some ‘village’ guests much to Tinuade’s horror, Dunni’s uncertainty about her new husband’s faithfulness during the time of their courtship, amidst colourful aso-ebi, eclectic music, small chops, and souvenir drama, we begin to wonder whether Dunni and Dozie will get through their wedding reception unscathed.

    Wed site found:browser

  144. Igboachusi Jonathan 2016054036
    WAWRINKA
    Movie Title :Den Of Thieves
    Director and Producer: Christian Gudegast, Gerard Butler, Mark Canton, Tucker Tooley
    Actors :Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson Jr., 50 Cent
    Release date: January 19, 2018
    Reviewer :
    Den of Thieves” is a heist movie that itself steals from movies like “Heat” – but that’s meant to be part of the fun. … The basic structure is the same: A highly efficient, highly motivated, and well-trained group of heist specialists …
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Den_of_Thieves_(film)

  145. Book Title: Things fall apart
    Author: chinue Achebe
    place of publication: UK
    Date of publication :1958
    Publisher: Williams Heinemann
    Genre: fictional novel
    Number of pages :224 pages
    reviewer: OKEKE CYNTHIA

    Things Fall Apart is a classic piece of African literature, and why not, of world literature. The story portrays a typical African rural reality ( Nigerian in this case), where the relationship between religion, white man and the colonisation of the African continent is explained. Certainly, back in the day in Africa (as on other continents but with different nuances) Christian religion expanded by means of an evangelisation process that was not only intended to convey ‘the Lord’s message’, but also as a means to dominate and to colonise. The tool used for this purpose was an imposed educational and governmental process, which was underpinned by the successive construction of churches.
    Indeed, whereas education involves a component of emancipation that helps to shape a person, in this case education stands tall as a tool for indoctrination and domination. Such indoctrination was enabled by the work of evangelisers of unshakable faith who subtly wormed their way into villages and towns, in a seemingly harmless way but with a relentless ability to exercise control.
    This Christian immersion facilitated the act of building a government consisting in posts that still exist today, such as that of ‘ District Commissioner’, as these were very often filled by whites.
    Hence we can state that the book’s main message revolves around the above-mentioned events, which would in turn explain much about the current situation in Africa.
    On the other hand, it is worth highlighting that the Christian religion played an incredibly revolutionary role back in the day . It was not in vain that it confronted both factual and spiritual pre-established powers. The fervent faith and enduring convictions of the Christian believers was particularly salient, and their power nowadays is so widespread, that it would be considered revolutionary to go against them, against Christian religion. One should also point out that (as one appreciates in Things Fall Apart) the ‘power of white man’ is also built on the back of the support offered by many black men, both actively and passively.
    Let us now turn to the main character of the novel, Okonkwo, whose life in the end is both sad and pitiful. Achebe tells us right from the start that Okonkwo was scared, which is why his behaviour was so virulent. Additionally, it seems that Okonkwo’s chi (his personal God or spiritual guardian) does not allow him to achieve what he would have liked, and it also destines him to perennial bad luck, leading the Igbo farmer to commit suicide.
    The novel (or African tradition) thus claims that human beings are pre-destined to their own fate. In other words, irrespective of what one does, fate is already written, i.e., efforts are made in vain as they do not always have the desired result. In this line of thought, the book suggests that both Okonkwo and his father failed , but in different ways.
    The latter was a lazy hedonist, while the former was misguided in his sterile efforts. It is also true that Okonkwo’s legacy clearly imposes itself over that of his father’s. In sum, Things Fall Apart is a solid novel that gives us an overview of the African world and its way of thinking and acting.
    I would also state that, instead of allowing actions to speak for themselves through the characters, Achebe uses much ‘wording’ to amply inform the reader, although this factor is not necessarily a defect.
    One could also say that in structural terms, the novel pans out through the narration of stories that unroll at each traditional ceremony that takes place in Umuofia . In this vein, against the backdrop of fields and yam crops, a combat is depicted followed by the description of a week of festivities etc., all of which are part of their customs. In addition, there is often a certain touch of fable and oral storytelling, both features of African society.
    As for the characters , I felt that they were rather irregular . Okonkwo, the white men and other main characters are perfectly set apart; however, there are some characters that are not fully fleshed out (such as some of Okonkwo’s wives and sons) and can often not be told apart. Some of the characters therefore are left incomplete and hardly differentiated.
    In this sense, the reader can be surprised to see that Okonkwo’s wives ‘disappear’ and play practically no role during his exile or banishment. As regards the dialogues, I thought they were lively, precise and real. On the other hand, I am not sure if this is a mistake, but on page 83, a certain element of
    poetic prose has slipped in: “When the women retired. Obierika presented kola nuts to his in-lAW
    REG NO 2016054023
    TEAM BUOAKE

  146. song title- n’abania
    artist flavour
    guest feature nigga raw
    Genre highlife hip hop
    Album title n’abania
    director waga g
    duration 4mins 35sec
    year released 2005

    Websitehttp://www.mrflavournabania.com

    In 2005, he released his self-titled debut album N’abania. In 2010, Flavour released his second studio album Uplifted. It was supported by the singles “Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix)”, “Adamma”, and “Oyi Remix”. The album’s success made Flavour one of Africa’s most sought out artists. Flavour was booked to perform at numerous concerts and social events following Uplifted’s release..

    2016054117
    Team Rosa park

  147. Obiora Onyinyechi Anita.
    2016054098.
    Anna politkovskaya.

    Movie title: Half of a yellow sun
    Created and produced by: Biyi Bandele
    Genre:
    Key actors: Thandie Newton(olanna), Chiwetel Ejiofor(Odenigbo), Genevieve Nnaji(miss Adebayo), Anika Noni Rose(Kainene), John Boyega(Ugwu).
    Date: September 8 2013.
    Reviewer: Wikipedia org

    Twins sisters from a wealthy Nigerian family takes wildly different path in life but both becomes swept up in the struggle to establish biafra as an independent republic.

    Link: Wikipedia org.com

  148. nwoye Mary Chioma
    2016054096
    team BANDA ACEH

    Movie : Valor
    Genre(s):Drama, Action & Adventure

    Season 1 premiere date:Oct 9, 2017

    Network:The CW

    Air Time:9:00 PM

    Episode Length:60

    Seasons:1

    So “Valor” quickly becomes about secrets and lies, guilt and bravery, and hot bodies and awful banter. It’s not the best mix, and not mixed the best way. The CW describes the series as boundaries between military discipline and human desire being tested on a US Army base that houses an elite unit of helicopter pilots trained to perform clandestine international and domestic missions.

    While “SEAL Team” on CBS has a certain sober balance between home life and combat, “Valor” verges into the cute and sexed-up too often, including Nora playing drums when she is stressed.

    Sometimes, after what is meant to be a witty line, you’re just waiting for a rimshot.

    Valor

    Correction

  149. Correction
    April 7, 2018 at 12:15 am
    Movie review…from WikiHow.com

    Movie tittle:The dark knight Rise
    Director: christopher Nolan
    Genre:Bane(Anna hathaway),vilian(tom hardy)orphaned cop(joseph gordon levit).
    Date: 2012

    This film serves as a great entertainment with its colourful and numerous plot twists.Nolan used actors that hab either appeared in previous batmsn movie.it is full of emtertainment.

    Njepu chinenye Calista
    2016054057
    Team Bouaki

  150. Ezeakudo mirabel

    April 7, 2018 at 12:31 am

    Movie review
    Movie title:Sky Fall
    Genre:Action
    Director:Sam mendes
    Cast:Daniel craig,Judi Dench,Javier badem,Naomie Harris
    Duration:2:33 minutes
    Date Released:2 November 2012

    M is saved from a bullet by Mallory and ends up in a car with Bond. Bond and M travel to Skyfall, the Bond family estate in the Scottish Highlands. … Bond arrives and kills Silva by throwing a knife into his back, but M succumbs to her wounds and dies in Bond’s arms.
    Web link:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skyfall

    Name:Ezeakudo Mirabel Chinelo
    Reg:2016054020
    Team:Marakeech

  151. Nwoye Chisom precious

    https://www.rogerebert.com/contributors/roger-ebert
    By:Nell Minow
    Movie review:shrek
    Director: by Andrew Adamson and Vicky
    Country American
    Cast:Mike Myers
    Shrek),Eddie Murphy (Donkey),Cameron Diaz(Princess Fiona)
    Date:Nov 2, 2001

    Team:nkurunziza
    There is a moment in “Shrek” when the despicable Lord Farquaad has the Gingerbread Man tortured by dipping him into milk. This prepares us for another moment when Princess Fiona’s singing voice is so piercing it causes jolly little bluebirds to explode; making the best of a bad situation, she fries their eggs. This is not your average family cartoon. “Shrek” is jolly and wicked, filled with sly in-jokes and yet somehow possessing a heart.
    The movie has been so long in the making at DreamWorks that the late Chris Farley was originally intended to voice the jolly green ogre in the title role. All that work has paid off: The movie is an astonishing visual delight, with animation techniques that seem lifelike and fantastical, both at once. No animated being has ever moved, breathed or had its skin crawl quite as convincingly as Shrek.

    Nwoye Chisom precious (2016054074)

  152. https://www.mensaforkids.org/
    Name: ottah Divine onyekachi
    Reg no: 2016054155
    Team Houphouet Boigny
    I Capture the Castle
    Review by Lauren W., age 17, Mensa in Georgia
    Dodie Smith’s novel I Capture the Castle is a journey through the mind of a young writer as she attempts to chronicle her daily life. Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Mortmain has recently learned to speed-write, and she decides to work on her writing skills by describing the actions and conversations of those around her.
    Cassandra lives in a fourteenth-century English castle with an interesting cast of characters: her beautiful older sister, Rose; her rather unsociable author father and his second wife, artist-model Topaz; Stephen, the garden boy; a cat and a bull terrier; and sometimes her brother Thomas when he is home from school. One fateful day they make the acquaintance of the Cotton family, including the two sons, and a web of tangled relationships ensues.

  153. Nwangene Blessing George

    CORRECTION
    2016054088
    Team. Anna politkovskaia

    Tittle: The Endless
    Produced by: Justin Benson
    Thomas R. Burke
    David Lawson Jr.
    Aaron Moorhead
    Leal Naim
    Directors: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead
    WriterJustin Benson
    StarsCallie Hernandez
    Genre: Horror, thriller.
    Key actors: Justin Benson
    Aaron Moorhead
    Callie Hernandez
    Tate Ellington
    Lew Temple
    James Jordan
    Date: April 21, 2017 (Tribeca Film Festival)
    The movie follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. Hoping to find the closure that they couldn’t as young men, they’re forced to reconsider the cult’s beliefs when confronted with unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp. As the members prepare for the coming of a mysterious event, the brothers race to unravel the seemingly impossible truth before their lives become permanently entangled with the cult.

    The link:
    http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-endless

  154. Chidume happiness. C.

    The preliminary information of the movie “The hurricane heist”
    Movie Title_The hurricane heist
    Created and produced by Danny Roth, Damiano Tucci
    Key actors and actresses_Toby Kennel(will Ritledge), Maggie Grace (Casey Corbyn) Ryan U wanted (Breeze Rutledge), Ralf Ineron (Connor Perkins) Melissa Bolona (Sasha Van Dietrich
    Date _March 9,2018
    Duration_103mins
    Reviewer_ONUORAH ADAEZE CHIDIMMA
    THE NECK _The hurricane heist is a television drama series which features a team of tech hackers who embark on a $600 million robbery from a coastal Vs Treasury facility at the same time a disastrous category 5 hurricane is set to strike
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hurricane_Heist
    Team_Mobutu seseko
    2016054072
    Chidume happiness. C.
    Correction

  155. Chidume happiness. C.

    The preliminary information of the movie “The hurricane heist”
    Movie Title_The hurricane heist
    Created and produced by Danny Roth, Damiano Tucci
    Key actors and actresses_Toby Kennel(will Ritledge), Maggie Grace (Casey Corbyn) Ryan U wanted (Breeze Rutledge), Ralf Ineron (Connor Perkins) Melissa Bolona (Sasha Van Dietrich
    Date _March 9,2018
    Duration_103mins

    THE NECK _The hurricane heist is a television drama series which features a team of tech hackers who embark on a $600 million robbery from a coastal Vs Treasury facility at the same time a disastrous category 5 hurricane is set to strike
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hurricane_Heist
    Team_Mobutu seseko
    2016054072
    Chidume happiness. C.
    Correction

  156. Nwangene Blessing George

    CORRECTION
    2016054088
    Team. Anna politkovskaia

    Tittle: The Endless
    Produced by: Justin Benson
    Thomas R. Burke
    David Lawson Jr.
    Aaron Moorhead
    Leal Naim
    Directors: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead
    WriterJustin Benson
    StarsCallie Hernandez
    Genre: Horror, thriller.
    Key actors: Justin Benson
    Aaron Moorhead
    Callie Hernandez
    Tate Ellington
    Lew Temple
    James Jordan
    Date: April 21, 2017 (Tribeca Film Festival)
    The reviewr: Micheal callie
    The movie follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. Hoping to find the closure that they couldn’t as young men, they’re forced to reconsider the cult’s beliefs when confronted with unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp. As the members prepare for the coming of a mysterious event, the brothers race to unravel the seemingly impossible truth before their lives become permanently entangled with the cult.

    The link:
    http://www.metacritic.com/movie/the-endless

  157. Law-obilero Chiemena
    2016054156
    Team:Bourke

    Movie review:legend of the seeker
    Staring:Craig Horner tabrett Bothell Bridget Regan
    Genere:drama fantasy
    Season premiere date:nov1,2008
    Network syndicatedsyndicate ABC other
    Air time:8:00
    Episode length:60
    LEGEND OF THE SEEKER is the brainchild of Rob Tapert, who created a basic blueprint for swords ‘n’ sorcery TV shows with his two prior entries in the genre, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. Legend of the Seeker follows the same model, as Richard, Kahlan, and Zeddicus gather allies in their campaign to defeat Darken Rahl. There’s plenty of action and excitement, a good bit of magic, and the occasional monster — as well as a strong hint of mysticism as Richard gradually learns more about the prophecy that foretold his birth.

  158. ObI chikaodili Augustina

    Movie tittle: The shadow effect
    Created and produced by: Larry Olson, obin Olson, Timothy wood ward j, Amariah Olson
    Key actors/ actresses: cam gigandent ( Gabriel howarth) Jonathan Rhys( Moyer’s) Brittany Shaw ( brinn howarth) gullen moss( Governor Francis) Michael Aaron( Jesse)
    Date: may 2, 2017
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Wikipedia. Org.

    The shadow effect is a 2017 action psychological thriller film, a young man’s life is turned upside down when his violent dreams begins to blend with reality.

    Reg num: 2016054039
    Team: Sambisa
    Weblink: http://www.operamini.com

  159. Nwankwo Deborah ogechi

    Correction

    Rosa Park
    2016054130

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_Hibiscus_(novel)

    Book review.. Purple hibiscus
    Author…Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Year of publication..October 2003
    Publisher.. Algonquin books
    Country.. Nigeria
    Language.. English
    Media type.. Print (paper back)
    Genre… Exquisite book
    ISBN..978-1-61620-242-2
    Dewey decimal…823.92
    Followed by… Half of a Yellow Sun
    Reviewer :Wikipedia

    Purple hibiscus is an exquisite novel about the emotional turmoil of adolescence,the powerful bonds of family and the bright promise of freedom.. Fifteen year old kambili and her older brother Jaja lead a privilege life in Enugu, Nigeria…

  160. ObI chikaodili Augustina

    Correction

    Quiz number :111

    Movie tittle: The shadow effect
    Created and produced by: Larry Olson, obin Olson, Timothy wood ward j, Amariah Olson
    Key actors/ actresses: cam gigandent ( Gabriel howarth) Jonathan Rhys( Moyer’s) Brittany Shaw ( brinn howarth) gullen moss( Governor Francis) Michael Aaron( Jesse)
    Date: may 2, 2017
    Episodes:
    Reviewer: Wikipedia. Org.

    The shadow effect is a 2017 action psychological thriller film, a young man’s life is turned upside down when his violent dreams begins to blend with reality.

    Reg num: 2016054039
    Team: Sambisa
    Weblink: http://www.operamini.com

  161. Enechukwu Jamie 2016054042 Frankenstein’s Cat
    Review by Zander H., age 12, Mid-
    America Mensa
    I appreciated
    Frankenstein’s iCat for its fascinating explanation about the often baffling subject of bioengineering and its sister sciences. Emily Anthes explains the many sides of today’s modern technology, such as gene modification, cloning, pharmaceutical products (from the farm), prosthesis, animal tag and tracking and gene cryogenics. This book provides a well-rounded summary of these complicated sciences without being boring or simply factual. Her real world examples take us on a journey from the farm, to the pet store and then from the pharmacy to the frozen arc.
    Have you ever wondered if the neighborhood cat is spying on you? Read about Operation Acoustic Kitty and find out if this feline fantasy fiction or fact. Do you think bugs are creepy? What about a zombified cyborg beetle? Is Fido so special that you want two of him? Money can buy you an almost exact copy of your pooch BUT don’t expect the same personality. Emily Anthes makes you crave more information. She makes you want to know the future of Earth’s flora and fauna, as well as humanity itself.
    I would highly recommend this book to anyone who desires a guide to the future of biological science and technology. Frankenstein’s Cat is best read by the light of a glow-in-the- dark fish, while cuddling your favorite cloned dog and drinking a glass of genetically modified milk.

    http//mensaforkids.com
    Team Anna Politkovskaya

  162. Music review
    BY: JAYSON GREENE
    https://pitchfork.com/staff/jayson-greene/
    Led by singer Frances Quinlan and her remarkable songcraft, the Philly band’s third album is warm and spacious, filled with rich stories rendered beautifully in the abstract.
    u listen to Frances Quinlan sing long enough, you will attempt to describe her voice. This is a trap, and you should not do this. The frontwoman for Philadelphia indie rock band Hop Along doesn’t have one voice—she might have 10. Listing them would yield no insight, only a deranged sommelier’s tasting notes: cat, bugle, Rod Stewart, roaring motorcycle.
    Howling, hooting, crooning, cracking—the real intrigue behind these magnificent sounds isn’t how but why. Quinlan is one of rock’s great listeners, keen to the way people’s internal monologues fill a space like bad weather, and she seems to be trying to channel them all at once in her voice. She wields her empathy the way some rock singers brandish anger, and it’s a smarter tool; empathy cuts cleaner. Her singing is a reasonable response to an impossible task—you try being this many people and see how you sound.
    Ginika Gloria Chioma
    Team Marrakech
    2016054055

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