Doubtless, you would have heard loads about the year’s must-see comedy The Meeting if you are based in Niger. For those of us in distant shores, we are currently having to make do with snippets of info we get from Nigerian cinemagoers and the video teasers consistenty coming from The Audrey Silva Company.
The latest comes in the shape of a 60-second Christmas promo.
In the meantime, moviegoers who have already seen The Meeting have been full of praise for the romantic comedy starring Rita Dominic, Femi Jacobs, Linda Ejiofor, Nse Ike Etim amongst others.
For the cinema audience, it has been sweet romance since the movie hit the cinemas in style, large number of them have been showering accolades on the cast and crew of the popular movie. These fans took to the micro-blogging site twitter to express their opinions of @themeetingmovie.
Chude Jideonwo, a Lawyer and Communications Entrepreneur at the popular youth website,Ynaija ‘’Just finished watching @TheMeeingMovie and @RitaUDominic was magnificent. Wow! Well done to my Aunty, @MealdredO’’.
Respected designer Mai Atafo tweeted:
Mai Atafo @MaiAtafoInspire
Just saw the meeting which @ritaUdominic acted and produced its one of the best Nigeria movies I have seen in a long time.
Nollywood Tweets @nollywoodtweets
The Nollywood Tweets team has just watched THE MEETING. It is a beautiful and enjoyable movie. Do watch it people
Kayode Akintemi @KayodeAkintemi
#TheMeetingMovie got an #Ovation at the #Galleria [email protected] & @MealdredO should be proud!
chiamaka imoh @yvonnesylvester
Went to see skyfall [email protected] d cinema but ended up seeing “the meeting” one word “spectacular” @ritaUdominic the investment was worth it.
@TheMeetingMovie doesn’t just weave a lovestory with a serious expose on bribery, but reveals both sides to the story at the same pace.
Amy divine @amysucre
If u havnt seen ‘THE MEETING’ movie, u are on a loooong thing!!! Very interesting story line! Go&watch it,then thank me later☺
The Meeting is directed by Mildred Okwo, produced by Rita Dominic and Mildred Okwo and written by Tunde Babalola. The story set in Abuja follows the trials of Lagos-based corporate executive, Makinde Esho (Femi Jacobs) who finds himself at the mercy of political patronage, bureaucratic red tape and Cupid’s arrow while in hot pursuit of a ‘meeting’ to secure a government contract.
The Meeting is now showing at the following cinemas across Nigeria:
Siverbird Cinemas in Victoria Island, Ikeja, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo
Ozone Cinema in Yaba
Genesis Deluxe in Lekki, Port Harcourt, Enugu
Film House in Surulere and Calabar
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