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Sometimes a casual chat and scrolling through the selection of movies is all the therapy you need to get relief from your week long fatigue. Many Kenyans have watched the latest blockbusters from Hollywood courtesy of our systematized piracy.
Most visits are slotted for Friday evenings when you stop to get your dose of binge worthy entertainment. The attendants print out posters of all the popular movies and series to plaster them around the shop as a display of the available movies. The ubiquitous movie shop also serves as the hub of DJ mixes with a wide range of hit songs. Therefore, how are movie shops Kenya’s taste makers?
Hollywood movies with commentary in the area’s native tongue and Nigerian movies are common in rural and peri-urban areas.
They are also common in the low income areas in Nairobi and other major towns.
The industry is growing with lots of new talented actors emerging, but how many Nigerians In or especially outside Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja can proudly say they know these actors. An over filtered set photo on Instagram, one interview with a media house, and everyone goes to sleep.
I think Deyemi Okanlawon, Adesua Etomi, Okey Uzoeshi and Tope Tedela are super talented, and by now should be known by most Nigerians. But you would be surprised at that fact that more Nigerians are familiar with movies featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Eddie Redmayne among others. Most times you hear about a movie, head to Youtube to search for a trailer, and discover there’s none for the movie.
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A career soldier is forced to choose between following orders and saving lives in this action thriller. Lena Kendricks (Monica Bellucci), a doctor from the United States who has set up a clinic in the jungle.When was the last time you went to the cinema to see a Nollywood movie? I have realized that most Nigerian movies don’t stay past 2 or 3 weeks in the cinemas, while movies like “Avengers,” “Spectre” and the rest almost never leave the cinemas. The idea of going to the cinema to see a Nollywood movie is something that will take us time to get used to. The Nigerian cinema is doing well, for 2015, we have movies like "The Visit," "The First Lady," "Gbomo Gbomo Express," as proof, but we could do better. In as much as they want the industry to grow, they won’t pull Nigerians out of their houses to patronize a movie, and they run a business not a charity organization, they need to make their money.These watching habits influence everything from conversation on social media, world views, dressing choices and conversely consumer habits.We will look at more Kenya’s taste makers this week.