We are already six months into 2018 and our Nigerian Film industry aka Nollywood has not produced any remarkable feature worthy of note. At Xplore however, we are not losing hope and believe the rest of the year holds something amazing in store. (fingers crossed)
To kick off the beginning of a new month, here are the six films coming to a cinema close to you…
- Rule Number 1:
This movie texpores the friendship between two best friends, who fight for the first time over a man.
The plot explores what becomes of their friendship through the fights, the attacks and the tears. The feature stars Keira Hewatch and Chinonso Young.
It is produced by Afurobi Oluchi and directed by Lyndsey Efejuku, the romantic comedy debuts today in cinemas across the nation.
Imoh Umoren’s psychological thriller features Nancy Isime, Gideon OKeke, Saidi Balogun, Kelechi Udegbe, Baaj Adebule, Nonso Kalango and Marvis Nkpornwi. While the trailer features a lot of action, an official synopsis has not been released to the public.
Club is set for release today, however, we have no leads or any other information.
3. Boss of all Bosses:
Boss Of All Bosses follows Tony as the obnoxious Managing Director of Hemcorp. With his unsatisfactory performance in the company, his CEO employs Samuel as the second second MD. The two are then given one ultimatum: “whoever brings in a top client within six months gets to become the sole Managing Director.”
Boss Of All Bosses stars Chinedu Emmanuel, Akpororo, Ime Bishop, Patience Ozokwo, Adunni Ade, Eniola Badmus and more.
Ike Nnaebue directs “Boss of all Bosses”, which is expected to hit cinemas on the 15th of June.
PayDay follows the story of two best friends and flatmates Paul (Baaj Adebule) and Ortega (Ebiye Victor) who, just before they are about to renew their yearly rent, their landlord dies suddenly and seemingly without any heir apparent. Paul and Ortega seize the opportunity to celebrate this unexpected goodluck by going on an expensive night-out.
The following morning, the landlord’s daughter (Segilola Ogidan) turns up and gives the men a 24-hour notice to pay up or be evicted. They embark on an overnight scheme to recover the rent, leading to a dangerous encounter with an eccentric drug baron (Frank Adekunle Macaulay), a desperate robbery attempt, a gambling adventure and an ego war with the neighborhood bully Orlando (Mawuli Favor). All the while hounded by Ngozi (Bisola Aiyeola), the neighborhood gossip who just wants a piece of the action?
Also starring Zack Orji and Meg Otanwa, Produced by Orwi Manny Ameh, written and directed by Cheta Chukwu.
PayDay will premiere in cinemas June 13.
- Guyn Man:
While this has endured a shift in release date, three times last year, 2018 might be its year. Detailing the lives of best friends since university; Anaya Ekiye andIkechukwu Mordi Jnr., the story is woven around their simple yet complex relationship and raises the question: ‘Can friends be in love and not know it?’
“Guyn Man” will be out in cinemas on Friday, June 15, 2018.
6. Ghetto Bred:
“Ghetto Bred tells the story of Efe, a young vibrant lady who doesn’t believe in love until Onons, who spoke the language she understood, and Fred, a complete gentleman.
Starring Eniola Badmus, Yaw, Ushbebe, Helen Paul, Peggy Ovire, Jide Kosoko, Nnedu Wazobia, Ireti Osayemi and Bolanle Ninalowo,
“Ghetto Bred” will be out in cinemas on the 15th of June.
What do you think? Any movie here worth your money?
Tell us in the comment section.