Wednesday, September 14, 2011


Los Angeles And Atlanta!

Majid Michel & Martha Ankomah
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This is MAJID MICHEL’S first official appearance in California and his fans can’t wait to see him. So far the buzz in Los Angeles has gathered such excitement that close sources say Hollywood celebrities such as Boris kodjoe, Idris Elba and Organizers of the Pan African film Festival to name a few will be in attendance. The Hollywood premiere is slated for Saturday September 24th and Atlanta, Saturday October 8th .

The Erawoc Bros Group and Zebrachild Entertainment, (Reggie & Sputnic Erawoc) collaborated with Heroes Productions (Executive Producers Kwame Boadu and Martha Ankomah ) and Raj Films (Director Frank Rajah Arase) to premiere the much-anticipated movie in selected cities across the US. As Reggie puts it, “We want to expose Majid to his fans in markets such as California, Miami and Atlanta where Majid has a much broader fan base that travels deep into the West Indies with demographics including Haitians, Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, and recently South America. Coming to Los Angeles and Atlanta is very significant, hopefully with time, Majid’s fans will have the opportunity to see him on the big screens of Hollywood.”

Heroes Films production and Raj Films have captivated our minds with movies such as Sin of the Soul, Heart of Men and The Game. The producers are at it again this time with AMMA nominee Majid Michel and Martha Ankomah with the most expensive, thrilling, heartfelt and touching African tale ever told in Africa by Africans, "Some Where in Africa".

A story of geode, a cry of Africans, the cries of humanity, the effects and defects of military government with soldiers everywhere with foolish wars to fight, the tears of abuse, some of it factual, much of it fiction but all of it is true and frequent happenings in Africa.

The last two decades however, were unarguably turbulent of times for most African nations. Puddles of blood filled our streets with fear as terror lurks on every corner. Horrors of combat embroiled in external unresolved conflicts. Everywhere in Africa a dirge was being sung. As mankind we have become our own enemy and we are left to the shackles of hopelessness and despair. Tomorrow they say will be better. But they forget history repeats itself. Our dreams have faded….our hearts resigned with no hope for the future. We walk on in darkness and so shall the rest of our days be. Watch out for this award winning movie "SOME WHERE IN AFRICA".

In a town where blood thirsty Militants subject the government to coup d’état, life is unpredictable. It’s difficult to know when you will wake up to a brilliant morning sun which promises a day of solemnity, or a shimmering moon in which echoes the shouts of death. In the wake of the seemingly normalcy of a capricious life, a new regime is established in Kimbala town; the superlative Military regime of Yusuf Mumbasa! Thirstier and fiercer than his predecessors, the people of Kimbala are dumb by his extreme ruthlessness. The strongest of men are hit down to nothing more than a murmur; the influentials are coiled in their shells in total stillness and the civilians hide behind the hypocritical facet of patriotism! Who will dare stop Mumbasa?!

Widows cry, orphans wail and the whole town mourns in complete silence…!!! In the time when a couple of determined souls uses a weapon that has no bullet or sharp edges to overcome Mumbasa and yet fail miserably, there arises a group of fearless combatants; a group of unstoppable young students who refuse to fall into the category of the coward! Their audacity is reinforced by their esteemed solidarity to seek justice for the family of their widowed vice principal, whose husband fell victim to the callous acts of Mumbasa. At this juncture, it cannot be told who is fiercer – the students or Mumbasa! But is that necessary, when all that matters is who wins at the end?! It is a war of fate, not only for the students, but that of Mumbasa as well….Can these unarmed, inexperienced and relatively feeble minor students bring the well shielded wall of the fearsome tyrant down?! Time tells, but only the end of this story can give us the answer.


Nollywood REinvented said...

I wish he was coming to Houston but then again I guess since he just did for Bed of Roses, H-town might not be seeing him again for a couple of months

Anonymous said...

when r u going to review why marry? waiting for review please

Miss T-i-l-i-i (African Movie Reviewer) said...

i havent seen it yet, and even if i did, that butt shot alone is acomplete turn off i will not review it. I try my best to review what i consider classics that people can watch over and over and with the whole family.

Majid is my boy, but am sorry Having ya ass out does not add an ounce to the quality of the movie. The producer is foolish to have added that piece. i guess he lost idea.

i will watch it when it is released

african movies said...

i AM A True African Movie Addict & try to see almost all movies.

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