10 Nollywood Movies to Watch on Netflix This July

Nollywood has not left us bored despite the raging pandemic and ongoing partial lockdown in the country. Here are 10 Nollywood movies to watch on Netflix this July:

  1. Sugar Rush: The ‘Sugar rush’ movie was a great success after it hit the cinemas as it restructured Nollywood production in a way that left everyone with awe. The humour the cast brought to the movie made the movie a must-watch again and again.

  2. Survival of Jelili: The Nollywood movie, which is a remake of the Jelili character in a previous Yoruba movie, will be streaming on Netflix from July 8. The comic movies which also taught many lessons in the midst of the humour was directed by Desmond Elliot.

  3. Your Excellency: The movie is also a comic movie, which talks about the electoral processes involved in Nigeria.

  4. 4th Republic: We see Kate Henshaw as a political figure who was trying to be the elected person as the governor a State. The movie talks about the challenges Nigeria face in any given election.

  5. She is: This is a Nollywood movie about a woman at 40 who was indeed doing well in all areas except that she didn’t have a great love life.

  6. Kasanova: The Nollywood movie, which now streams on Netflix, is a story of love and family and talks about a situation where a single dad falls in love with a single mother.

  7. The Royal Hibiscus Hotel: This is a movie of love, romance, independence and sacrifice. The story takes a twist almost at the end, but due to the sake of love, the movie had an happy ending.

  8. Elevator Baby: Elevator baby is a story full of absolute suspense. A wealthy man becomes trapped in an elevator with a pregnant woman who just fell into labour. It’s surely an interesting watch, you will be glad you really watched it.

  9. Last Flight to Abuja: The 2012 movie, featuring Omotola Jolade-Ekeinde, is now streaming on Netflix. The movie brings some people face to face with death on a plane crash.

  10. King of Boys: The Nigerian movie talks about a woman who finds herself in a power struggle with other men. The movie was directed by Kemi Adetiba and it is now streaming on Netflix

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