Most Great Men Were Born In July — Lawyer Tweneboah Koduah Of UTV Celebrates Birthday Today


Lawyer Tweneboah Koduah

The month of July is noted for bringing famous people into the world and Ghanaian legal Practitioner, TV personality and host of UTV’s popular morning show, “Adekye Nsroma”, Lawyer Tweneboah Koduah is no exception.
If you are born in June, feel proud of yourself and work towards success, because, great men such as Nelson Mandela, legendary movie actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor Silvester Stallon, actor Jason Statham, Former US President George W. Bush, boxer Conor McGregor, Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale, Julius Caesar, rapper 50-Cent were all born in July.

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Charlize Theron Cast In ‘Fast 8’


When ‘The Fast and The Furious’ franchise makes a return next year, an entirely new character is going to pop up, played by Charlize Theron.
The ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ star has been announced as the new addition to the sprawling roster of A-Listers involved in the Universal Pictures record breaking franchise.

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‘The Transporter Refuelled’ Review: What is Transporter without Jason Statham? | Feeble Fight Scenes & Unimpressive Chases Around the French Riviera

Ed Skrein in'The Transporter Refuelled'
Ed Skrein in ‘The Transporter Refuelled’

Apart from the obvious fact that no one can perfectly fit into the black suit of cocky British actor-Jason Statham, the on-screen ‘street fighting’ prodigy was the reason why the sequel-The Transporter caged impressive international attention.

Others can say, it was a complimentary relationship, because ‘The Transporter’ shot Jason to a worldwide audience who were in desperate need for a new hero and he was the perfect catch for the job.

Therefore, the decision to go ahead with a new installment without the original master key came as a shock to many film critics—and ‘The Transporter Refuelled’ confirmed that there can never be another ‘Transporter’ without Jason Statham—unless you want to call it; ‘The Transporter Failure.’

It was not just the absence of the swaggering Jason Statham that pushed ‘ The Transporter Refuelled’ below the red lines, the storyline was far-stretched—and in most cases, unrealistic events took off just to get a fight scene up or inject a high speed chase around the French Riviera.

Newcomer-Ed Skrein spoke with the same Jason Statham pace and fought at near speed but these were not enough, the Jason persona was missing and it was all over the movie. The high speed chases came off good, well placed ‘Fast and Furious’ stunts but the man behind the wheel still had question marks all over his forehead.

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Spy Review | It’s Just Not Melissa McCarthy’s ‘Comedy Chops’ That Make It A Must Watch…

Spy Review
Spy Review

The movie is f**king funny…

And it cleverly caters for those who love comedy, action or both in a way that you’ve probably not seen in the cinema in a long time.

When it comes to spy movies, agents are pulled back from field operations and given a boring desk/office positions as a form of punishment but for Melissa McCarthy, that was her full-time job—with no dream of ever making it onto the field as an agent.

Stationed at CIA’s Langley headquarters but in a rat infested basement, Melissa McCarthy primarily aided field agent-Bradley Fine, played with some dash James Bond fine style by Jude Law through ear pieces and contact-lens cameras. And when missions were successful, she would get to hear the recycled words; “I couldn’t have done it without you.”

Of course she once had an ambition to become a field agent and not some sort of office based agent who was more like a secretary with rats running on top of her computer. And that was not all she wanted, she had a deep crush on Bradley too, but the closest she came to that was to have dinner with him at a posh restaurant—only because Burger King was closed, so Bradley jokingly claimed when she expressed her shock.

But something went wrong when the best spy around-Bradley Fine went on an important mission—which also revealed that all the CIA field agents’ covers were blown. Without any special field agent to rescue the operation, mumsy CIA operative-Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) put herself up for the ‘deadly’ mission.


Susan Cooper saw this as an opportunity to get into the field but this was well opposed by another brilliant field lunkhead agent-Rick Ford (played by Jason Statham). Rick was just not worried about Susan’s competence—he had been and was extremely patronising and demeaning to her. But the CIA’s head spy, Elaine Crocker (played by Allison Janney) approved the mission—time was therefore set for Susan Cooper to go ‘invisible’ in the field.

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