Yes, just like that the weekend is here again and we’re loving every bit of the pre-weekend vibes y’all.
And just like last week, we’re here with another set of interesting movies you should totally enjoy some of them.
If you missed out on last week’s recommended list, click here to stay up to catch up. With all serenre protocol dully observed, here is the breakdown of three movies slash series we think you should watch ore re-watch this weekend.
Directed by Daniel Oriahi, produced by Babatunwa Aderinokun and Uche Okocha a movie focusing on love, obsession, reality and surreality. Richard, played by Chris Attoh is not an ordinary man. He grows up having bonded with an imaginary girl Sylvia, played by Zainab Balogun believing they are in love.
Their unusual relationship continues until they become adults. However, Richard finds love with a real-life woman, Ini Dima Okojie. gets married to her enraging Sylvia.
The climax of this beautiful movie is promising to keep us on the edge of our seats.
Sylvia will be premiering tomorrow and if you’re lucky, you may make it for the first-ever screening of this delicious movie in Nigeria.
Comedian AY has prepared a new movie promising to be even better than his former 30 Days in Atlanta.
Merry Men as they are popularly called in the movie, Remi Martins, played by Falz, Amaju Abioritsegbemi, played by AY, Ayo Alesinloye played by Ramsey Noah and Naz Okigbo played by Jim Iyke are every ladies delight.
Wealthy, handsome and driving fast cars, the merry men despite being Yoruba Demons seem to have ladies knocking over themselves to please them.
With the melange of the entire talented cast, Merry Men is set to have you laughing all weekend. Merry Men will be premiering on September 28, but it’s okay for you to watch the trailer this weekend and anticipate this gem of a film.
Watch Coco again
I say this assuming everyone reading this has seen the Coco animation. If you haven’t, it would be awesome doing so for the first time this weekend.
The moral lessons in Coco are not only life lessons for kids but a reminder to adults. Perhaps the biggest take out from Coco is never to judge people of face value as the little Miguel will learn that the famous Ernesto de la Cruz is not only unrelated to him but is not really who people think he is.
In the Fade
This German movie follows the life of Katja, a young German woman who loses her husband and son to Nazis.
Through the movie, the audience follows Katja’s move to subdue her pain and the injustice passed on by the court concerning the matter.
Loosely based on real-life events, In The Fade exposes the sick interests of German-Nazis killing innocent people for the sole crime of not being of German descent.
We hope this list helps you go through the weekend and that as much as we did, you also enjoy these movies too.
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Image Credits: Sylvia, Premium Times Nigeria