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The weekend is upon us again and it’s another time to unwind and enjoy fun moments with your loved ones.
If you are looking for the best movie to see in the cinema or on netflix this weekend, you should pick out of the five below, it’s definitely going to be worth your time and money.
1. BEFORE VALENTINE
“Before Valentine” is coming at the perfect time. You know, we have just a few days until Valentine’s Day. The movie, which will be released on Saturday, tells the story of characters who are experiencing challenges in their love lives all before the most romantic day of the year – Valentine’s Day.
If you’re looking for a rom-com, you should watch this. It’s also the most recent movie in release.
2. LOVE IN A PANDEMIC
Not to give spoilers, but Love in the Pandemic 2023 feature movies that tells the story of a lady who meets the man of her dreams, but will their love stand the uncertainty and trials of the Pandemic?
This movie stars Nancy Isime, Deyemi Okanlawon, Teniola Aladese, Ronke Odusanya, Uche Montana, Eso Dike and Uche Obunse. With these combinations of actors you should have a great streaming time.
3. DARK OCTOBER
Dark October is the debut movie of popular blogger, Linda Ikeji and it tells the true life story of the Aluu four Boys who were wrongfully killed on allegation of theft. This movie pulls the heartstrings and you should definitely give it a watch.
4. THE TRADE
The Trade is movie that stars amazing cast like Blossom Chukwujekwu who played the lead role, Stan Nze, Rita Dominic, Ali Nuhu, Nengi Adoki, Waje, Chiwetalu Agu, Uru Eke, Gideon Okeke, Denola Grey, Charles Inojie, Mercy Aigbe and a host of others.
Based on true events, it tells the story of a cunning kidnapper who tormented Southern Nigeria for a decade. It’s currently streaming in the Cinemas, get your popcorn and watch.
5. THE WAIT
And just in case you are a latecomer and have not seen The Wait, it tops my list of “Must Watch”. No spoilers at all, just watch this movie and it’ll definitely encourage you that maybe not now, but that thing you’re waiting for, you’ll get it eventually, if only you can wait for it.
Have a great streaming time and a more beautiful weekend.
Writer: Ayomide Ayodele