Antics of landlords exposed in PATO’S PARADISE
Pato’s Paradise is a film centred on Pato, an urban landlord played by Francis Odega, and Romeo, his son played by Osita Iheme. Romeo takes over Pato’s home as new landlord while his father was away, under the guise that Pato is dead so as to partake in some of the fringe benefits his father enjoys as landlord in an apartment dominated by wayward girls. Living condition is deplorable with about 20 tenants to one bathroom and toilet.
Yet all the ladies are determined to do just anything to win the heart of the new landlord. Also worthy of note is the subplot featuring a young lawyer, Utomi, that consults for ladies who have threatened to sue the landlord but collects his legal fees in kind. Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, it is a beautiful comedy, loaded with wits and action. Produced and directed by Uchena Umbumabo and Pascal Amanfo, it is indeed a movie that you should watch, but it would have been better if more attention is paid to audio quality and storyline.
Explore the sour taste of love in Epe Obirin
Epe Obinrin is a love story centred on Omowunmi , played by Mercy Aigbe, a beautiful young girl who has to shoulder the responsibility of managing her late father’s firm, Balofor Group of Companies. But she must be married to assume this new role. The search for heartthrob took her to Oluwaseyi, played by Kayode Adebayo, an ice cream seller from a very poor family background. She cleaned him up, sent him to school and later got married to him.She was so love struck that she decided to step down for her husband to take up the position of Managing Director. How will this young man pay back Omowunmi’s kindness?
It is for you to find out in this tragic comedy that fits properly into the popular saying, You Will Reap What You Sow. Subtitled in English language, it is indeed a beautiful film that ended well Rated 18 by the National Film and Video Censors Board, we can tell you categorically that the picture quality is excellent, complemented with good sound and a well crafted storyline. Produced and directed by Akeem Abdulsam and Saheed Salami respectively, Epe Obirin is loaded with lessons for many who still believe in the expression that love is blind. It is no doubt a beautiful film, but it would have been better if attention was paid to editing of the translations.
Among the new films released into the market in the last two weeks are AYANMO MI from High Waves Video Mart and GBOJU NBE from corporate pictures.
Others are OBI ERO, EBI TANI, ALAPADA, ARINAKO IFE, ORILOBAMISE,ALARA GBIGBONA, AGBORODUN, MOROROLA OMO EROFO, OWO Mi Ni, BIALA, OKUTA METTA,OMOGE ALARA¸OJA ERUPE, YETUNDE ONIJEDI, ASIGBE, TAORIDI ALANTI,TALOPAESU, AMIWO KAN PERE, MUAH, AYE ELEBOLO AND ERE AYO NI. THE MARKETERS ALSO RELEASED THE CONCLUDING PARTS OF ABULE MECHO, AREMU SWAGER, AYELABA, ABOGUNLOKO, ADIO PORTABLE, K’ ESU MASEMI, ABULE MECHO.