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5 All-Time popular Nigerian movies

Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIES, TV & WEB SHOWS' started by Sola, May 10, 2007.

  1. cassandra

    cassandra Guest

    You can add Domitilla and Silent night to that list




    I just couldn't do 5
     
  2. Sola

    Sola Administrator
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  3. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    DANGEROUS TWINS

    MADAME DEAREST

    VIOLATED

    LIVING IN BONDAGE

    I cant remember my 5th!:bouncy
     
  4. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    How could I forget Silent Night, loved that flick!!!
     
  5. jummyb

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    Here are the mnost talked about movie that i know of:
    Igodo
    Violated
    Silent Night
    Madam dearest
    ti oluwa ni ile
     
  6. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    For all time Popularity I will go with these...

    1. Glamour girls
    2. Domitila
    3. Living in bondage
    4. Ukwa
    5. Dapo Jr
     
  7. Pretty Girl

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    I see you're asking for the impossiblesmokin:
     
  8. bebelulu

    bebelulu nsukka movia

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    Rattlesnake, living in bondage, keeping faith,violated ,Fresh and blood.
     
  9. Meddeen250

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    Chei, your list makes me laugh.sweat:
     
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    sweat:
     
  11. Meddeen250

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    Some of the names on the list are simply laughable.
     
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    Flawless Daughter of Zion

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    Double
    sweat:
     
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    Flawless Daughter of Zion

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    Mine are :
    Oleku
    Asewo to Re mecca
    To Oluwa Ni Ile (unfortunately I ve set my eyes on it )
    Madam dearest
    Glamour Girls
     
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    Keeping Faith
    Violated
    Osuofia in London
    Living in Bondage
    Blood sisters
     
  15. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    I dont know what ur laugh is about... Sola said popular
    And when it came out in Naija it was the most popular and stayed like that for a long time.... That was how I getto know most of the Nollywood peeps u see me with. They still knew me even when I visited Naija years after Dapo Jr was released..... Its not my favorite movie, but it was very very popular.... The hype that two of Nollywood's biggest stars then (Liz Benson & Saint Obi) went abroad to shoot made it a must see. I wonder how old u were in 1999
     
  16. kolinzo

    kolinzo Oodua4life

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    5 most popular movies of all time
    1. Ti Oluwa Ni'le
    2. Obirin Asiko
    3. Domitila
    4. Glamour Girls
    5. Yemi my Lover

    Notable mention:
    Living in Bondage
    Blood Sisters
    Iyawo Alhaji
     
  17. missuju

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    a cry for help

    osuofia in london

    Old school (mama G)

    rattlesnake

    aki n ukwa
     
  18. Rhema

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    Oga Sola, I didn't know we could mention Yoruba movies. You did not give a timeframe either. Could I go as far back as the days of Chief Hubert Ogunde, Duro Ladipo and Baba Sala (Orun Moru).....ummm maybe not, as some of us were still crawling then. Okay, last 2 decades, who could forget:

    Owo Blow
    Ti Oluwa ni ile
    Madam Dearest
    Asewo to re Mecca
    Amin Orun


    Did you say only 5? ummm.......
     
  19. Wilhemina

    Wilhemina Well-Known Member

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    my five are:
    A CRY FOR HELP
    KEEPING FAITH
    BEYOND PARDON
    ALL MY LIFE
    SISTER MARY
     
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    Glamour Girls
    Aki Na Pawpaw
    Mama G
    Igodo
    Living In Bondage.
     

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