Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Genevieve Nnaji: The Most Popular Actress In Africa


Genevieve Nnaji is the most popular Actress in Africa today and the Queen of Nollywood. She is only 26 and has a great ambition to win an Oscar for her beloved country Nigeria.

She has recently faced the challenges of fame such as seeing her photographs being used by the notorious Internet Scammers to forge International Passports and make other fake documents to impersonate her for their fraudulent crimes.

BoggyWoggy will bring you more news on this sultry African actress.

Monday, May 22, 2006

BoggyWoggy Goofed Over The Da Vinci Code At The Box Office

May I apologize for misblogging that "The Da Vinci Code" flopped at the Box Office last Friday. I am sorry I goofed. Because, as I blog "The Da Vinci Code" has grossed over $224 Million worldwide and the Washington Post reports that At $77 Million, It's Code Green For 'Da Vinci' and to believe it, you have to confirm it first from the source.

I hereby advise that all the churches and Christian bodies going hysterical over the book and the film should face the urgent dangers and enemies within their flock, such as Anthony Bell, 25, of Baton Rouge who went on rampage and shot and killed his in-laws right inside their church and then killed his wife later.

Americans also should concentrate more on Bush's Base Betrayal than looking for excuses for their crisis of faith.

Friday, May 19, 2006

The Da Vinci Code Flops, Oops Tops At The Box Office

Film Reviewers misled BoggyWoggy to blog that the Dan Brown Code, oops sorry Da Vinci Code flopped on the big screen, because the director failed to interprete the masterpiece in pictures. The critics gave the film thumbs down. But guess what, The Da Vinci Code is a box office hit!

Worldwide the Sony release is estimated to have grossed $224 million.

Washington Post
Best advice? Seeing is believing!

The Da Vinci Code (2006)
Rating: 2 Stars (out of 4)

Groana Lisa
By Jeffrey M. Anderson

I love treasure hunt movies, especially when there's a Library Scene. In a Library Scene, characters sit around in a musty old library hunting through ancient books -- preferably the kind with latches and locks on the front -- solving puzzles from the ages. The Indiana Jones movies are full of Library Scenes, and even the Tomb Raider movies took an earnest stab at them.

Ron Howard's new film, The Da Vinci Code, has them, too, but Howard drains the breathless wonder from these scenes, directing them with the same bland, even tone as the rest of the film, even the chase scenes; he's the film director as auto pilot. (All his films have the same lifelessness, from holiday blockbusters like The Grinch to Oscar bait like A Beautiful Mind.)

Even worse is the screenplay by the lamentable Akiva Goldsman, who won an Oscar for the horrible A Beautiful Mind (2001) but also wrote the equally horrible Batman & Robin (1997). Ostensibly aimed at six year-olds and mental vegetables, the script explains everything twice, spelling out the big words three times, so that even if you've never heard of Jesus or Mary Magdalene you can still figure out this story.

In it, Symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) is called in to help investigate a murder in the Louvre. He meets Sophie Neveu (Audrey Tautou), who warns him that the investigating officer (Jean Reno) is trying to pin the murder on him. The pair flits around the Parisian night, following a trail of clues, trying to discover the reason behind the murder. It leads to a giant conspiracy, a huge cover-up perpetuated by a secret society within the Catholic Church. And though the codes were dreamed up by a Frenchman, they're conveniently written in English!

Read the rest of the review

Friday, May 12, 2006

Chemistry of Love

Test Your Romantic Chemistry Now

Who knew? Crazy love facts to debunk the myths.

Wait till you hear the fascinating facts scientists have uncovered about how and why we humans fall in love. More...

Sunday, May 07, 2006

If Only You Were White...

"Hey, bitch, thank your grandpa for my nice cotton shirt."

I just read this very boggywoggy story on the Washington Post about the controversial rape case against Duke Lacrosse Players accused of raping a poor black woman who is an adult student at the North Carolina Central University. The "27-year-old NCCU student told police she was raped by three Duke University lacrosse players". But, they have denied the allegations.

The racists say Whites cannot rape Blacks!

America is the boggywoggiest place in the world.