So if you are looking for what will keep you occupied this holiday, why don’t you check out these movies to help your holiday.
1. Guyn Man:
“Guyn Man,” is a witty romantic-comedy that focuses on the lives of college best friends Anaya Ekiye and Ikechukwu Mordi Jnr., The story is woven around their simple yet complex friendship/ relationship and raises the question: ‘Can friends be in love and not know it?’
The movie stars Jimmy Odukoya, Adunni Ade, Ben Lugo Touitou, Keira Hewatch, Bucci Franklin, Tope Olowoniyan, Lolo Eremie, Ireti Doyle, Chico Aligekwe among others.
“Guyn Man” is expected out on the 1st of December 2017
2. Accidental Spy:
A “Tech Savvy” Nigerian becomes entangled in a reality show mix up with Nigerian’s most infamous Cartel, without even realizing it.
It is set to hit the cinemas on the 1st of December with AY Makun, Ramsey Nouah, Rahama Sadau and Ali Baba featuring.
3. The Bridge:
Kunle Afolayan settles his lens on the story of a Yoruba prince and an Igbo woman whose relationship is threatened by tribal prejudice and parental plans for the young couple. When the couple secretly weds against their parents’ wishes, the consequence shakes the very foundation and sustenance of both families.
The Bridge will debut in cinemas on the 8th of December.
4. Sídí Ìlújinlẹ:
Sídí Ìlújinlẹ is a comedy film and a confluence of poetry and prose. The film follows Wole Soyinka’s narrative very closely, and tells the story of the tussle for Sídí, the most beautiful and now famous girl in Ìlújinlẹ̀, between Baroka, the Baalẹ and Lion of Ìlújinlẹ̀ and Lakunlé, the educated school teacher.
“Sídí Ìlújinlẹ” is slated for a release on the 8th of December and is directed by Tunde Kelani.It features veteran actor Adebayo Salami as well as Ibrahim Chatta, Lanre Hassan, Aishat Onitiri and Richard Tanksley
5.The Wedding Party 2:
The highly anticipated sequel to the “Wedding Party” will debut in cinemas on the 15th of December. Director, Niyi Akinmolayan replaced Kemii Adetiba who directed the original. The sequel features Sola Sobowale, Daniella Down, RMD, Ireti Doyle, Ali Baba, Ikechukwu, Enyinna Nwigwe, Beverly Naya, Patience Ozokwor, Chiwetalu Agu, Chigurl and Seyi Law Saka, Banky W, Adesua Etomi and Somkele Idhalama.
5. Wives on Strike: The Revolution:
Director, Omoni Oboli is extending her 2016 success, “Wives on Strike” to include a sequel and a series. The original features a revolutionary action by women in a community to fight the injustice committed on a young girl. The sequel is expected in cinemas on the 29th of December.
“Wives on Strike: The Revolution” features Omoni Oboli, Uche Jumbo, Odunlade Adekola, Toyin Aimakhu, Sola Sobowale, Omoni Oboli, Kenneth Okonkwo, Julius Agu, Chioma Chukwuka, and Ufuoma McDermot.
7. The Lost Café:
In November, Keneth Gyang’s “The Lost Café” won the Audience Choice Award at the AFRIFF film festival. The film is a collaboration between Nigeria and Norway. The screenplay is by Ifesinachi Okoli- Okpagu and supervised by Emil Bio Garuba. “The Lost Café” is an uplifting story about a girl’s decision to rise above dark family secrets and culture shock to live her dreams abroad. The film features Tunde Aladese, Belinda Effah and Ann Njemanze playing alongside a Norwegian cast. It is slated for a release on the 25th of December.