TOP 3 NOLLYWOOD MOVIES NOW SHOWING IN CINEMAS
1) MERRY MEN, THE REAL YORUBA DEMONS
This movie was released on September 28th under the stables of AWE CORPORATE WORLD ENTERTAINMENT, FILMONE, and GUSH MEDIA. it stars Falz the Bad Guy as Remind Martin’s, AY as Amaju Abioritsegbemi, Ramsey Nouah as AYO Alesinloye, and Jim Iyke as Naz Okigbo. A group of friends all bachelor’s eligible and living in Abuja. They all have palatial homes, thriving businesses, fast cars, and the attention of women in no short supply. Because of their achievements and status, they call themselves Merry Men. But the ladies they flirt with, call them The Real Yoruba Demons.
Since it hit cinemas across the country, it has become Nollywood cinema visitors favourite. Some has even taken it to social media to express how much they are satisfied with the movie and hope it broke the Nollywood Box Office Record Wedding Party 2 is currently holding. The movie was directed by Ayo Makun (AY THE COMEDIAN). It falls in the Comedy Genre.
2) THE VENDOR
The Vendor is a movie directed by Odunlade
Adekola. It hits the Cinema on the 7th of September and has since been giving Nollywood Cinema Visitors a good time. The movie stars Odunlade Adekola as a newspaper vendor Gbadebo who looks at low
positions with disdain and has high hopes of
making something out of his life. He has a
humorous personality which endears him to his
customers. He goes through different ups and
down in life until he is led to cross paths with
an attractive benefactor and finally hits a
jackpot when he meets his wealthy biological
father. This discovery turns his life around. It also stats Jide Kosoko, Adunni Ade, and Ireti Osayemi. It falls in the Comedy Genre. Your know Odunlade and Jide Kosoko when it comes to comedy and how they give it a 100 in performance. It’s a must watch if you visit the Cinema and wants to Crack your ribs and have a good time.
3) THAT WHICH BINDS US
This is a family themed movie from the stables of Amiadol Productions. It stars Desmond Elliot, Chinyere Wilfred, Dayo Amusa, Alausa Toyin, Mercy Aigbe, and Uche Jumbo. It was directed by Desmond Elliot. This movie is a family tale of love, betrayal, human weakness, Individual Deficiencies and sacrifice. It aims at bringing disputed broken families together and help family see through
the importance of staying together amidst
challenges. It’s a must watch for everyone because we all have families and we go through these things portrayed in the movie. There is a lot to learn from it as a family.
There goes my top three Nollywood movies in Cinemas. Let us know what you think if you have seen any of the movies.