It’s the weekend again, an opportunity to relax and watch movies that are guaranteed to make your time worthwhile. For this weekend’s movie choices, here are some of the latest releases that come highly recommended and are worth checking out.
I’ll try as much as possible to just share the plot of the movies without spoilers, so you can go watch and enjoy.
Starring Sdney Talker, Nkem Owoh, Bolanle Ninalowo, Bolaji Ogunmola, Deyemi Okanlawon, Onyeka Onwenu, Ikponmwosa Gold, Obara’m is the story of Oluchi, a promising musician, who after the passing of her estranged father, is compelled to confront her authentic identity and the errors of her past. Through their shared passion for music, she rebuilds her relationship with the daughter she had abandoned long ago. Nevertheless, reminders of past mistakes, avarice, and ill-advised choices loom ominously, endangering their newfound bond and success.
If you are interested in Nollywood’s version of Horror movies, then be sure to watch Ile Owo. It boasts of star actors including Efa Iwara, Sophie Alakija, Bisola Aiyeola, Tina Mba, Akin Lewis, Immaculata Oko, Temisan Emmanuel, Mofe Duncan. It is the story of Busola who has consistently faced misfortune in matters of love. Under societal and parental pressure to wed in hopes of alleviating her family’s poverty, she finally encounters Tunji, a seemingly flawless man. Initially, Busola grapples with comprehending why a billionaire would select her as a life partner. However, as she embraces his marriage proposal, a sequence of progressively unsettling revelations unveils a truth beyond her wildest imagination.
If you’re in the mood for a blend of comedy and drama, then “Battle on Buka Street” is the perfect choice for you. This film, produced and directed by Funke Akindele, revolves around a family torn apart by the animosity between their stepmothers and the intense rivalry between two stepsisters as they fiercely compete with each other by setting up their food businesses on the very same street, resulting in a heated conflict.
Unaware of her extraordinary gift, Ugonma remains oblivious until she finds herself cornered, fighting for both her own life and the life of her beloved partner. You can watch this captivating story that features a talented cast including Esther Ani, Uzor Arukwe, Eve Esin, Mary Igwe, Elma Mbadiwe, Johnny Ngwu, Ego Nworji, Chris Okagbue, Akuchi Onwuka, Isaac Otutu, and more.