Top 5 Nollywood Movies to Watch this December on Hypeblog9ja

Top 5 Nollywood Movies to Watch this December on Hypeblog9ja

December, the month that prompts nearly everyone to loosen up, is a time for bonding, enjoyment, indulging in delectable meals, and, of course, embracing the refreshing, dry breeze of the harmattan season that etches lasting memories.

Irrespective of age, from children to adults and the elderly, December holds a special place, unrivaled in its festive spirit and relaxation.

Delving into the abundant delights of this month is the Nollywood industry, which has delivered captivating movies throughout the year and pledges an even more exceptional lineup for this December.

Here are five films that you can enjoy with your family and loved ones during this festive season.

1. Breath of Life

Breath of Life

Breath of Life, directed and written by BB Sasore with production by Eku Edewor, narrates the tale of a former clergyman who experiences the loss of everything significant to him, including his faith. In the face of this adversity, he embarks on a transformative journey when his life becomes entangled with that of his Christian houseboy.

Set against the backdrop of the 1950s, the film was filmed in the historically rich city of Ibadan, Nigeria. The stellar cast features Wale Ojo, Sam Dede, Tina Mba, and Eku Edewor in leading roles, with additional contributions from Chimezie Imo, Genoveva Umeh, Ademola Adedoyin, and Chidozie Nzeribe.

Scheduled for release on December 15, this movie promises to captivate audiences with its compelling narrative and talented ensemble.

2. Wura

Wura season 2

The eagerly awaited second season of the telenovela Wura is set to premiere on Monday, December 4, 2023. Following the immense success of its first season, Wura returns with a promise of heightened intrigue, drama, suspense, and scandalous moments.

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The Season 2 trailer unveils Fola’s quest for forgiveness from Dimeji and Paulina. However, Paulina remains resistant to forgiving him, despite Dimeji’s attempts to mediate. Simultaneously, Kanyin’s relentless determination to bring an end to Wura propels her into increasingly desperate actions. This time, the stakes are higher as Wura possesses evidence that could permanently keep Kanyin at bay.

3. Ada Omo Daddy

Ada Omo Daddy

Scheduled for release on December 15, “Ada Omo Daddy,” starring Mercy Aigbe, is generating anticipation among movie enthusiasts as the Yuletide season approaches.

The plot is filled with drama, with Omowunmi Dada, portraying the titular character Ada, getting engaged to her lover played by Tayo Faniran. The cross-cultural love faces obstacles from various factors on both sides, as depicted in the official trailer.

Directed by Akay Mason Ilozobhie and Adebayo Tijani, this upcoming film is described as a project that delves into various social issues. Aigbe emphasizes that the film aims to foster unity between the Igbo and Yoruba cultures.

The stellar cast includes Tomi Ojo, Charles Okafor, Chiwetalu Agu, Dele Odule, Taiwo Adeyemi, Fred Amata, Carol King, Mariam Peters, Phyna, Adeniyi Johnson, Nkechi Blessing, Wunmitoriola, Chief Kanran, Adediwura Gold, Fausat Balogun, and Jumoke Odutola.

4. A Tribe Called Judah

A Tribe Called Judah

Funke Akindele, the producer of “A Tribe Called Judah,” unveils a compelling narrative that revolves around a family of boys led by their mother in a daring mall robbery. However, upon reaching their destination, they find themselves confronted by unexpected and perilous guests.

Scheduled for premiere on December 15, 2023, the film boasts a star-studded cast featuring Funke Akindele as Jedidah Judah, Jide Kene Achufusi as Emeka Judah, Timini Egbuson as Pere Judah, Uzee Usman as Adamu Judah, Tobi Makinde as Shina Judah, and Olumide Oworu as Ejiro Judah.

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The ensemble also includes Ebelle Okaro, Uzor Arukwe, Nse Ikpe Etim, Genoveva Umeh, Faithia Williams, Nosa Rex, Greg Ojefua, Ibrahim Yekini, Boma Akpore, Paschaline Alex, Etinosa Idemudia, Juliana Olayode, and Yvonne Jegede, adding to the film’s richness and diversity.

5. Malaika

Malaika

Toyin Abraham is set to conclude the year on a high note with her upcoming sensational movie, “Malaika,” scheduled to hit cinemas on December 22.

The film narrates the story of a woman struggling with infertility, seeking solace and support from her friends and family while grappling with intense anger issues. As she embarks on a spiritual journey, she confronts the root of her behavior and experiences a transformative revelation.

The trailer showcases Abraham Ajeyemi in a leading role, alongside a star-studded cast that includes Ugandan entertainer and comedian Anne Kansiime, Emeka Ike, Odunlade Adekola, Adebayo Ridwan Abidemi (Isbae U), Uzor Arukwe, Oderhohwo Joseph “Carter” Efe, Ibrahim Chatta, Pelumi Olawuni (Abike Shugaa), and veteran actress Taiwo Ajai-Lycett. This diverse ensemble promises an engaging and impactful cinematic experience.

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