St. Liam Neeson
Second sequel to Taken is set to rule 2015! With a $48 million USD budget, this Liam Neeson action packed movie is set to lead 2015’s box office figures at an estimated $30 million USD weekend figure, though TAKEN 2 kicked off at $49 million USD, this has not taken anything away from 3. Who was taken this time? Don’t just wait to hear/read how it’ll all act out, because it’s an action movie you would not want to miss. And if you think TAKEN 1 and 2 were both the best that could happen, just hit the cinemas this weekend and if the movie is not worth the gate fee, send me a mail, I’ll personally refund you! And yes, “IT ENDS HERE!”
On a Scale of 0 – 10, this Movie is an 8.5
DON’T CRY FOR ME
St. Susan Peters, Benjamin Joseph, Yvonne Nelson, Uti, Desmond Elliot et al.
The Susan Peters movie directed by Desmond Elliot has finally hit the cinemas. Though the movie has not had its own version of controversy – Susan peters had posted a diamong ring on instagram and ‘amebos’ had rumoured about an engagement. Let’s leave the ‘gist’ part to the amebos… now about the movie. “Don’t cry for me’ is a must watch. Though it hit the cinemas last weekend, it is still worth your money today. Although the production quality is not top excellence per se but the relevance of the movie to our basic African day-to-day marriage/relationship experiences is worth the trouble of sitting down with it.
Ona Scale of 0 – 10, this Movie is a 5.
I KNOW WHAT YOU LIKE (RMX)
Toni Tones ft. Eldee, Vector, Ajebutter
Multi-talented photographer, actress, singer and more, Toni Tones decided to open 2015 with a remix of her successful track, “I Know What You Like”. She did this with rappers, Eldee, vector and so-so singer, Ajebutter (that is what I personally refer to him though).
I personally enjoy this tune and no matter how annoyed I am when I hit the play button, that weird smile comes on. Try it and you will be convinced. I might not know what’s on your mind, but I know Toni was telling the truth when she said, “I Know what You Like”.
On a Scale of 0 – 10, this Song is a 5.
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
Yes! Bruno Mars is back at number one. And if it took Mark Ranson featuring the good looking dude to bring him back on top, so be it! Remember Ronson? He wrote late Amy Whinehouse’s Billboard’s 2007 number nine peaking track, “Rehab”.
Seriously, if there was anyone who could drop Taylor Swift from the number one spot after seven weeks since 2014, then Mars definitely needed to have a hand in it. Does this mean the men have decided to reclaim the number one spot? It was the women who dominated Billboard’s number one spot in 2014.
On a Scale of 0 – 10, this Song is an 8.2.