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Five Most Rewatchable Nollywood Films

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Rattle Snake (1st naija movie that absolutely love and can't wait to see pt 4)

Mortal Inheritance.(Brings backs the nolstagia of my chilhood days in naija.)

Silent Night. (The sound track keep me awake for days after watching it)

Just a night. (The only naija movie for kids when i was growing up)

Domitilla.
 

Brooms

A Pimp Called Slickback
My top fives are: Through The Fire (It was just an amazing story), All My Life( The story as well as the Cast did a great job), Widow (well done and no one could have done a nicer job than Stella), Wind Of Glory( Better executed than Darkness of Sorrow)and Last certainly not least Annabel(just seeing Patience playing a different role than her usually bad mother in law routine).
Where can I get through the fire? Been lookin' for it!
 

zelifat

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My new 5 rewatchable movies are:
Keeping Faith
Letters to a stranger
Cindy's Notes
Warrior's Heart
Reloaded (my re-edited shorter version...lol)
 

His Majesty

The Prince & Princess
I really haven't watched any naija movie again and again and again, and I doubt if I ever will....most of them send me to sleep anyway. But if I were to watch naija movies more than once, then here are my top 5:

1. Private Sins
2. Dangerous Twins
3. Church Business
4. Games Men Play
5. Behind Closed Doors



O pari
 

tunmi

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Yea, worlds apart, is another good movie. That would be my 6th pick.

But, bia, this one wey everybody dey pick Keeping Faith...did I miss something?
I watched that movie once and it wasn't all dat. It be like say I go watch am again
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Same here. It was not all that. I would've loved a greater development on Bimbo Akintola's character-her relationship with her mom at least. I also wanted more scenes with Keppy Ekpenyong and his wife. It was an okay movie, but If I were to watch it again and again, it would be for Bimbo, Funlola, Keppy and the lady that played his wife, Ego Boyo, and the lady that played RMD's mother.
 

Thickmadam

OHHHHHH YEAHHHHHHHH!!
i think my attraction to Keeping Faith is that it popped up at a time when i was getting sick of all the juju and mediocre movies. and i might be horribly wrong but i think it started the second wave of love movies.
we were being bombarded with juju, evil men, flying witches, wicked mother in laws...

also, it depends on when you saw it...if you watch it now after watching Mr Tchikere's excellent movies or the other movies that are worth mentioning, then you won't get the appeal of Keeping Faith.


Keeping Faith is a simple love story

simply done, very refreshing from what we were used to.

I think that is why Keeping Faith remains one of my favourite movies.
 

His Majesty

The Prince & Princess
Same here. It was not all that. I would've loved a greater development on Bimbo Akintola's character-her relationship with her mom at least. I also wanted more scenes with Keppy Ekpenyong and his wife. It was an okay movie, but If I were to watch it again and again, it would be for Bimbo, Funlola, Keppy and the lady that played his wife, Ego Boyo, and the lady that played RMD's mother.
That's an impressive analysis. And btw, tunmi, ever considered being a naija movie critic? Seriously, I think you'll do a good job. And you can help the industry at the same time, yanno.

I can build you a professional website if you promise to share the profit 60/40
 

tunmi

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That's an impressive analysis. And btw, tunmi, ever considered being a naija movie critic? Seriously, I think you'll do a good job. And you can help the industry at the same time, yanno.

I can build you a professional website if you promise to share the profit 60/40
I would love to be one, but that requires a considerable amount of time and dedication. Plus, I pay attention to mad detail that I'm worried it will be an essay instead of a short thing. It would be fun though wouldn't it?
 
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