Hello there! Ever woken up and felt like not lifting up any body part? Today is the day such dreams come true. It is public holiday here in Nigeria and you are free to have that deserving restful day. You can decide to be smudged up in bed all day or choose to hang out and have some fun with friends and family or you can decide to go solo. Whatever rocks your boat honey?
Because we love you so much and are always on the look-out for what is best for you, we bring to you movies that you can watch on this holiday and not regret spending your money at the cinema. Here are four Nigerian movies that you will keep you fussing about after watching them.
LOVE IS WAR
“Love is war” is Omoni Oboli’s latest movie, freshly baked for your deserving taste buds. Love is war tells the story of a loving family that is set to be torn apart by their political ambitions. When a husband and wife become their party’s candidates for a gubernatorial election in the same state, what do you think will win this war? Will love win or will war win? The movie features Omoni Oboli, Richard Mofe Damijo, Jide Kosoko, Femi Branch and Toke Makinwa, Shaffy Bello and others.
“Kasanova” is a movie that tells the story of a man Femi, who is unable to get over his beloved wife’s demise, seeks succour in careless flings and uncommitted relationships. The movie stars Wale Ojo, Iretiola Doyle, Ruby Akubueze, Alvin Abayomib others.
FOR OLD TIMES’ SAKE
“For Old Times’ Sake” is about Andrew, a young dance instructor who is evidently struggling to keep his dance studio afloat. Along comes Catherine, who enrolls for dance classes and along comes her husband with his illicit proposal for Andrew promising lots of cash reward. It stars Eucharia Anunobi, Femi Branch, Uru Eke, Chris Okagbue and Anthony Monjaro.
MADE IN HEAVEN
“Made In Heaven” is a feature length fantasy comedy movie. It is produced by Darlington Abuda for Peekaboo Films. It stars Jide Kosoko, Nancy Isime, Richard Mofe Damijo, Toyin Abraham, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Ayo Makun (AY) and others.