Gerald, played by Uti Nwachukwu is a philadering commitment shy executive, who is horrified when he is told that his nephew Junior will be left in his custody after his brother’s death. He worries that this development will mark the end of his social life, leaving him subject to a life of PTA meetings and cleaning nose boogers, but there is no choice as the only way out of the arrangement according to the will is if he himself dies. Under his girlfriend Ella’s (Tonto Dikeh) persistence he reluctantly takes the boy into his home, but struggling to bond with the boy hires a nanny to help him out, who is a recently sacked secretary (Uche Jombo) with a huge secret. Her presence causes his girlfriend to feel resentful.
Watch? Yes an ok movie
Good solid Nollywood African movies that you will enjoy and recommend. These are the kind of movies that you come across more often than not, enjoyable but nothing that elevates it to a level of greatness.This category is for Nollywood movies rated between 56-75.
A prominent married couple Taiwo and Sarah played by Uche Jombo and Kali Ikeagwu respectively, have a life that is marred by domestic violence. When things are going well, their relationship is blissful, but when it is going badly is hellish. On one occasion the husband surprises his wife by spelling out I love you with petals by their swimming pool, but when they fight it is vicious and violent. Quick tempered Taiwo appeases his wife by buying her gifts after they fight. Their home life affects their children in the worst way. Their son is violent at school and their daughter is withdrawn to the point of muteness, her own way of protesting, but the couple refuses to see that the violent nature of their relationship is responsible until it is too late.
A young mother is thrown out of her parents’ house, when they can no longer burden the shame after she falls pregnant for the second time without being wed. Her jobless boyfriend claims to want marry her but is not able to raise the dowry to do so. Despite pleading with her parents that he is serious, they have no interest in accepting his attempts to appease them until he brings elders from his village to meet them. The young couple are left to wallow with their daughter in the slums, until his uncle comes along to offer a helping hand, but Anita shockingly doesn’t factor into his plans and her husband absconds without her. Anita is bitter than she has been saddled with two children and no husband and begins in a fervent hunt to find a man but keeps on making the same mistakes over and over again.
Akaeze (Artus Frank) the Prince of Utonkon, Benue State is obsessed with Erimma (Nuella Njubigbo), the most beautiful woman in the community and wants to marry her. She however is not in the slightest bit interested in him, siting his filthy habits such as nose picking, spitting and incessant itching as the reasons why she would never agree to be his wife. Unperturbed Akaeze is determined and concocts a plan with his uncle to push Erimma’s father into being indebted to him so that he will have no choice but to offer up his daughter as a bride or go to prison. It remains to be seen if the plan will work.
In Royal Lust we see Prince Onochi, played by Mike Ezuruonye return to the Palace from the UK with his British fiancée Sonia (Vivian Reinl). Chioma (Susan Ezeuzo) is his sister’s friend and the girl that he left behind, promising to wed on his return. She is devastated that she has been jilted and is determined to win him back. His sister Omali and father too are totally against this new relationship, finding Sonia to be ill mannered, it remains to be seen if their relationship can survive the odds.
Frank played by Kenneth Okonkwo has an affinity for mgbeke girls. Kenneth meets Kadeisha (Ejine Okoroafor) selling oranges on the roadside and immediately falls for her buying her a phone on first meeting, after which she agrees to follow him to his house and “become his girlfriend.” Their relationship comes to an abrupt halt when it comes to light that she has stolen things from his home despite his generosity. Despite his bad luck with mgbeke girls and his friend Mark’s (Abraham Nwodu) insistence that he goes for a classy educated girl, he is steadfast in his desire for them pursuing them relentlessly and without abandon.
Grace’s mother’s death throws her life into disarray. She is unable to return to school and complete her education as her uncle has stolen all her mother’s savings and is encouraging her to take up a trade and get married instead. Unable to raise funds to continue her schooling she takes the opportunity to go with a family friend to Lagos with the promise of a living with and being educated by her sister’s family. Things are looking up, but how long will it last?
Doctor Jerry is a rogue doctor that drugs and rapes pregnant woman that come to him for gynecological examinations. He is has a panty fetish and sees woman as only good for satisfying his sexual urges. He is caught and expelled from a hospital after the woman dies of a heart attack and autopsy conducted where illegal drugs and his sperm are found in her. It is not long before doctor jerry sets up his own clinic and is back working and up to his old tricks. He meets his match and he is now subject to blackmail from his latest “victim.” Will he meet her demands? Chief Walters exploits a homeless widow and her family by offering them a place to stay in exchange for the girls body. Will there be a price to pay for their wicked acts?
Her Royal Highness Emem played by Mercy Johnson is being blackmailed by Lance (Van Vicker), her husband Cheta’s (Paul Sambo) business associate. She not only ends up giving him large sums of money but also sleeping with him at his whim. The prince is also being defrauded by Lance in fraudulent business deals. A maid in the palace inadvertently finds out about the shenanigans in the palace and is compelled to confess to the prince. The outcome brings on a whirlwind of consequences.
In this thrilling fast paced drama Mercy Johnson plays Violet a high maintenance city girl whose car breaks down on a rural deserted road. She comes face to face with odd vagrant hunter James played by Majid Michel who is armed with a gun and warns her that she is in dangerous territory. Wearing killer heels she begins ends up following James to his home to find specific directions on where to find a mechanic, only to end up stranded and spending the night in a shack with him and his mother. It is here that she learns the background to his very odd and hostile behaviour. Violet herself has her own dark secrets she is harbouring and the two are drawn together in light of this.