Nollywood Movies You Should See This December

Nollywood Movies You Should Plan To See This December

The holiday season is upon us. And, as we’ll all agree, the holidays are for unwinding and sharing quality time with family and friends. As we approach the holiday season, here are some Nollywood movies you should plan into your holiday itinerary. These movies have garnered noteworthy pre-release buzz, making them all worth watching out for.

Kasala! (2018)

Director: Ema Edosio.

Release Date: December 7.

Kasala! is a movie about a day in the life of four young men who try to find a solution to a problem within 5 hours by exploring every avenue known to them.

Cast: Jide Kosoko, Mike Afolarin, Chimezie Imo, Nwagbaraocha Emeka, Gabriel Afolayan, Sambasa Nzeribe, and Tomiwa Tegbe

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God Calling (2018)

Director: BB Sasore.

Release Date: December 21.

What would you do if you really got a call from God?

Cast: Richard Mofe-Damijo, Karibi Fubara, Zainab Balogun, Onyeka Onwenu, Nkem Owoh, Tina Mba, and Eku Edewor.

Knock Out Blessing (2018)

Director: Dare Olaitan.

Release Date: December 7.

An intriguing tale about three girls on an adventure to survive, which takes them down a path that leads into the criminal sector of our political underworld.

Cast: Ade Laoye, Linda Ejiofor, Meg Otanwa, Demola Adedoyin, Tope Tedela, Udoka Oyeka, Paul Utomi, KC Ejelonu, Bucci Franklin, Gbenga Titiloye, Sammie Eddie, Iyke Michael, Mary Kowo, Sandra Eze, and Tony Akposheri.

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Up North (2018)

Director: Tope Oshin.

Release Date: December 28.

Up North is an epic Northern-Nigeria story inspired by producer Editi Effiong’s journey around the country, listening to people’s stories, and realizing we hardly tell Nigerian stories outside Lagos. Editi, who has been writing since he was 12, decided to make movies about the different stories he heard.

A film about Bassey Otuekong, who gets sent to Bauchi for his NYSC assignment as a punishment for defying his father.

Cast: Bankole ‘Banky W’ Wellington, Ibrahim Sulaimon, Rahama Sauda, Adesua Etomi, Kanayo O. Kanayo, Michelle Dede, Akin Lewis, Hilda Dokubo, and Tokunbo ‘Tboss’ Idowu.

Chief Daddy (2018)

Director: Niyi Akinmolayan.

Release Date: December 14.

When an extravagant, exuberant billionaire patriarch drops dead at the dinner table, a mad scramble for his fortune ensues among his extended family, household staff and a few mistresses.

Cast: Nkem Owoh, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Falz the Bhad Guy, Dakore Akande Funke Akindele, Bisola Aiyeola, Shaffy Bello, Zainab Balogun, Rachel Oniga, Ini Edo, Linda Ejiofor, Kate Henshaw, Uti Nwachukwu, Patience Ozokwor, Joke Silva, Beverly Naya, Beverly Osu, Chigul, and Jude MI Abaga.

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Power of 1(2018)

Director: Izu Ojukwu.

Release Date: December 7.

It takes 1 voice to spark a movement. 1 action to alter the course of events. It may have taken decades to foist total submission to despair. But it takes 1 experience to trigger a mental reset.

Cast: Alexx Ekubo, Ramsey Nouah, Anni Idibia, Jide Kosoko, Jibola Dabo, Lucy Ameh, Bimbo Manuel, IK Osakioduwa, Rachel Oniga, and Michelle Dede.

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