7 must see movies – 2020


Ebony life continues to break barriers in Nollywood, this time they move away from their usual comfort zone making movies about rich families into a dark and sinister place- sex and human trafficking

Òlòtūré is the story of a young, naïve Nigerian journalist who goes undercover to expose the shady underworld of human trafficking.

The ’ Oloture movie has been screened at Carthage Film Festival, Tunisia yesterday and Los Angeles creative

Black widow – May 2020

Apparently, the black widow has a dark past and a badassed family that fights just like her

Nigerians loves Marvel movies, Avengers endgame set a record for the biggest opening in Nigerian Cinema with over 60 million Naira on opening day (Cinema Exhibitor Association of Nigeria) As a result there are high expectations for black widow in Nigerian cinema(s) come May 2020

James bond no time to die- April 2020

It will be Daniel Craig’s last moments playing the role of James Bond. Ana De Armas will be the new bond girl though the phrase had been banned on set

Wonder Woman (1984)- June 2020

I cannot lie, I dont understand her time travelling situation- the last time we checked she was in WW1, now 1984. but here is the trailer below- The director Patty Jenkins is the first woman to direct a big budget super hero movie, She will earn 9Million dollars for directing this new spin off

Bad Boy (for life)- January 2020

I have a confession to make- I am the only person in the world that previously did not know that this comedy was a long sequel dating back 1995- The comedy movie has had various spin-offs including bad-boy 2 shot in 2003 – Bad boy for life is the most recent and possibly the final spin off

Disney’s Mulan

Now this is one movie I am personally waiting for- The trailer is super interesting- so emotional the moment she traded her princess ribbon, for a fighting sword

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