Anikulapo’s backstory is too long and does not serve the story. The first half of the movie is a toxic love story.
The lives of multiple strangers collide when a corrupt governor is kidnapped. On his first day as a cab driver, Chinedu is feeling lucky.
This movie follows a young musician (Daniel Etim Effiong) and a struggling policeman (Kelechi Udabge) whose lives converge on one fateful night.
Ajoke (Toyin Abraham), a fake local prophetess who makes two prophecies that end up being broadcast on social media. The first prophecy, about who will win Big Brother Naija, comes true.
This movie follows Funmiwo (Kemi Lala Akindoju), a woman with sickle cell anaemia who is determined to live a normal life and have a successful career.
Glamour Girls is the 2022 reconstruction of the 1994 Nollywood drama film of the same name.
This should be a given, but Breaded Life has such a well-written script. And a good story, simple but emotional. There are some people who need to suffer before they can mature. Sunmi is one of them.
Tunde Kelani’s subtle approach and style to making this film works. Why? Because this film is a cultural celebration, not a tragedy.
Affy is a woman who has every chapter of her life mapped out. She plans everything meticulously, and the smallest obstacles upset her.
Man Of God is a retelling of the prodigal son story. Abused by his overzealous father, Samuel (Akah Nnani) drifts away from the church and ends up starting his own, but not for the right reasons.
Chief Daddy 2 continues from where the first movie stopped. Time to collect the sweet inheritance. But wait, one of Chief Daddy’s daughters is in charge of the company all of a sudden.
Confusion Na Wa begins with its end, then goes on to show us how it ended up here. There lies our only gripe with the movie’s plot. If less was revealed in the beginning, it might have added to the tension in the climax.
It’s a sad day when a historical figure’s Wikipedia page is almost more interesting than her movie. Amina does so well with its production, only to tell a lackluster story.
A Naija Christmas has the cheesiness of any holiday movie or romcom. A guy who’s secretly in love with his best friend, check. The bad boy who falls for the good girl he won’t deserve in a million years, check.
Though we admit this movie probably shouldn’t have been made, it has its moments. Let’s rush past the social commentary, shall we?
Gone is a heartfelt story that succeeds in making you emotional. It makes you care about all the characters, even when they make annoying decisions.
A lonely but rich 55-year-old man genuinely falls in love with a younger woman. He finds himself in the crossfire of society and in competition with a younger man for her heart.
An American journalist goes undercover at a Nigerian restaurant in the US, posing as a waitress, in order to sniff out illegal immigrants.
A succession of unfortunate events leads Tolani, a bank secretary, to be persuaded by her roommate to consider drug trafficking as a way to make a living.
Voiceless is based on the crisis going on in Northern Nigeria. It follows the dozens of girls and boys abducted from a community and taken to a terrorist camp.