Nollywood movies are diverse and take up a lot of different genres but one thing you’re always assured of, is the quality of the movie.
You always remain entertained. If you’re one who enjoys a good love story then this is just the list for you during this coronavirus season with all the quarantine involved.
Seven and a half dates
While deeply engrossed in her career , a young woman reluctantly yields to her father’s plan to set her up on 10 dates so she can find a suitable husband.
The story revolves around her search for a soul mate, love and betrayal.
The nollywood film goes against the view that straight men and women can’t just be friends. It brings this true by telling the story of Chucks (Blossom Chukwujekwu) nicknamed by his friends as the Terminator, an ardent player with ladies, whose quest to proving this law to his friends brings him three woman he must re-seduce
And this must be done within 21 days. This challenge of their various new status makes his quest to win the bet more and more insurmountable as he tries to prove the immortality of the long age law: Okafor’s Law.
Couple of Days
Couple of Days’ features three couples who travel on a trip to Ibadan for some days to visit their friends Cynthia (Lilian Esoro) and Eyinna (Jude). Each couple seems to have their problem, except for the very happy Nina (Adesua Etomi) and Dan (Okey Uzoeshi).
Cynthia’s husband Jude has cheated on her and she suspects that he is cheating again. Joke (Kiki Omeili) the sharp-tongued Yoruba babe is dealing with her own marital troubles with hubby Lanre (Ademola Adedoyin), they have financial troubles and it is affecting their relationship.
Eventually the plot thickens and their entire secret is revealed, Nina who claims to be the happiest ends up the saddest of the group.
My wife and I
A couple experiencing marital problems are heading towards a divorce. On their parent’s request, they reluctantly meet a pastor for counselling and the unexpected happened. They wake up in each other’s bodies.
this nollywood film is one to have you laughing off your seat.
A prince from a royal family decides to marry a lady from a wealthy home but their parents do not agree to their relationship due to tribal differences, as result of this they got married secretly, this lead things to fall apart in their lives
Everyone in the Osayande family worries about Isoken. Although she has what appears to be a perfect life – beautiful, successful and surrounded by great family and friends – Isoken is still unmarried at 34 which, in a culture obsessed with marriage, is serious cause for concern.
Things come to a head at her youngest sister’s wedding when her overbearing mother thrusts her into an orchestrated matchmaking with the ultimate Edo man, Osaze. Osaze is handsome, successful and from a good family, making him the perfect Nigerian husband material.
But in an unexpected turn of events, Isoken meets Kevin who she finds herself falling in love with and he just might be what she truly wants in a partner. The only problem is, not only is he not an Edo man, he is Oyinbo (Caucasian).
Isoken is a great nollywood romantic ‘dramedy’ that explores cultural expectations, racial stereotypes and the bonds that unite families in a touching, dramatic and comedic way.
As their big day arrives, a couple’s lavish wedding plans turn into a nightmare of exes, fighting parents and uninvited guests. The oh so coveted wedding ends up being on the brink of disaster and the drama that unfolds makes it worth watching.
The Wedding Party is one of Nollywood classic movies grossing high on the charts.
Wedding party 2
Dozie’s (Banky Wellington) elder brother, Nonso (Enyinna Nwigwe), has continued his romance with Deardre (Daniella Down), Dunni’s (Adesua Etomi) bridesmaid. Nonso takes Deardre on a date in Dubai and proposes marriage by accident. After a disastrous traditional engagement ceremony in Lagos, Nonso’s family and Deardre’s aristocratic British family reluctantly agree to a wedding in Dubai.
10 days in sun city
10 Days in Sun City is potpourri of love, drama, passion and culture, combined with generous portions of comedy. The movie is a feature-length comedy drama that sees Akpos on another adventure, this time, to Sun City in South Africa, with his girlfriend Bianca.
Bianca wins the queen of Nigeria crown and becomes the face of OTAWI conglomerate which is owned by Nigeria’s richest man, Otunba Ayoola Williams, aka ‘The Old Fox’. Will Akpos give up his love or will Otunba’s wit and charm as the ‘Old Fox’ conquer again like he has done, time and again, in the world of business?
A divorced couple – played by O.C Ukeje and Joselyn Dumas – who decide to continue to live together even though they are no longer married.
As the movie progresses, we see them confront their unresolved feelings and fall in love all over again. Yes, they might not necessarily be good for each other since they sometimes bring out the worst in each other like locking one person out of the house or hiring a hot guy to make the other person jealous.
However, when they do come to their senses, they end up with an epic, unbelievable story with great chemistry and hot, passionate moments.