Latest Nigerian Movies - 2019

Nigerian Films has gone broad, hence the increase in demand for more Nigerian Movies, whoever is a fan of Nollywood movies should have known that Nollywood has evolved overtime from making movies with not enough professional equipment to making movies with a well equipped professional devices.

If you've watched Nigerian film in the year 2000-2010 then watch the one that's being produced recently,  you will notice the difference is clear, you can't compare the video  quality and scenes, there really is a huge difference even though some find Nollywood to be messed up with unrealistic effects such as ghost crossing the main road (LOL)

It seems like the consumers complains has gotten to the Nigerian film industry,  movie directors, and the movie editors as we've seen a recent transformation and a much higher sense of professionalism in the movies been dished out recently.

In this article you will find out the "Latest Nigerian Movies" we will list out 5 interesting Nollywood Movies which we think you will definitely find interesting, in no particular other, below are the:

TOP 5 NIGERIAN MOVIES OF 2018 - 2019

5.   King of boys
 King of boys

The movie, "King of Boys" follows the story of a philanthropist and business woman who had a disreputable past and a bright future in politics. She is for obvious reasons, loved by many but feared by most. As her political pursuits for success see her outgrowing the discreet connections responsible for her wealth draws her into a power struggle that threatens everything she owns. To overcome this, she will need every bit of evil strategies and ruthlessness that's linked to her rise to the top.

As tough as it may seem,  she also needs the loyalty of her closest pals. But the question is,  who is she going to trust?

Quick fact: "King of Boys" is the fifth-highest-grossing Nigerian film by domestic gross

4.  Chief Daddy 




The movie "Chief Daddy" narrates the story of "Beecroft" a billionaire and a man living large like he won't wake up to see tomorrow! He's a benefactor to an extended family of relatives, in-house staffs and lots of mistresses.  ,

But what happened when he died? Find out from the movie

3.  Merry Men (The Real Yoruba Demons)



"The Real Yoruba Demons" (Merry Men) is a movie filmed in the Federal Capital Territories, Abuja. As seen in the movie,  four rich men gets contracts from the superior politicians, steals from the rich and then give to the poor and have intimate with hottest women in town.

But the Yoruba Demons face their biggest trial when they have to go against a infamous corrupt politician who plans to demolish Garki village to fulfill his plans of building an ultra modern shopping complex.

4. The Ghost and the Tout

The Ghost and the Tout

"The Ghost and the Tout" is a story of two people entirely from different worlds who met, fell in love and was about to get married, everything was okay until he was murdered few days to his wedding, at this point, everyone becomes a suspect.

"Isila" is a tout who lives in a small Hut, she  looks tough outside but deep inside she really cares about people. One Night, she rushed out of her Man’s house and see's a masquerade restricted from women not to see,  that night she began to experience constant nightmares and in her quest for solutions, she meets Mike, who is now a ghost, roaming around. Mike was shocked she can see him, but she is convinced everyone else can also see him but she was said to be tricking them, until she begins to get confused for a mad person. She came to realize Mike is in need of closure about the cause of his death, hence she tries to help him until she too is in danger, find out more from the movie

5. LionHeart

LionHeart movie

The movie, “Lionheart,” features "Genevieve Nnaji" who played the role of Adaeze, the director of a family transportation business

In order to save the downfall of her father's bus company, dedicated and skilled but ever-young overlooked Adaeze must find a way to work alongside her irresponsible uncle Lionheart literally explains the adage "family and business don't mix."

Lionheart deals with the discrimination that has immersed everywhere, and reveals the fragile balance between honouring family and finding the courage to make moves on ones own

"Lionheart" was acquired by "NETFLIX"


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Yorubadbwoy 03:09

Merry Men is way too over rated, don't like the movie i was disappointed but i still F with King of Boys all day, movie is on a different level, love it

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