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Have you seen this year’s Nigerian movies on Netflix? They are awesome, I must tell you! I have, however, listed the top 10 Nollywood movies on Netflix 2022 in this article.
But how many Nigerian movies are on Netflix? That is a topic for another day. Meanwhile, see the Latest Nollywood movies for this year.
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Below are the Nollywood Movies you can Watch on Netflix in 2023
The NetFlix movie was produced by Mo Abudu and is about best friends Sarah (Ini Dima-Okojie) and Kemi (Nancy Isime) who are forced to go on the run after a wealthy groom disappears during his engagement party.
Blood Sisters has been the talk of the town since its release and movie lovers are really impressed with the well-crafted art staring Ini Dima-Okojie, Nancy Isime, Ramsey Nouah, Kate Henshaw, Gabriel Afolayan, Uche Jombo, Kehinde Bankole, Daniel Etim Effiong, Wale Ojo and Deyemi Okanlawon. etc
RattleSnake – The Ahanna Story
‘Rattlesnake, The Ahanna Story’ tells the story of an unemployed graduate Ahanna Okolo, who chooses to steal the life he always wished to have. He assembles a group of men called “The Armadas” with various skills, carrying out a series of astonishing heists. But when their biggest heist takes a swift u-turn, the gang unexpectedly find themselves with foes on both sides of the law.
Executive produced by Charles Okpaleke and directed by Nollywood veteran Ramsey Nouah, with performances from Osas Ighodaro, Bucci Franklin, Efa Iwara, Elma Mbadiwa and Tobi Bakre.
The Man of God
This film talks about a man who forsakes his harsh religious upbringing to live his own life but his soul remains caught between the world and the faith he left behind. Sam’s soul is trapped in two triangles.
Directed and produced by Bolanle Asten-Peters, Man Of God was also produced by Joseph Umoibom and James Amuta.
The movie features Nollywood stars including Akah Nnani, Osas Ighodaro, Prince Nelson Enwerem, Dorcas Shola Fapson, Atlanta Bridget Johnson, Patrick Doyle, Jude Chukwuka, Eucharia Anunobi, Shawn Faqua, Mawuli Gavor and Olumide Oworu.
Ayinla follows the life of a popular Yoruba Apala musician called Ayinla Omuwura, from his rise to fame and relationships to his untimely death.
The musical film features amazing actors including, Adedimeji Lateef as Ayinla and Debo Macaroni, as the murderous Bayowa.
Also, the movie features Kunle Afolayan, Omowumi Dada, Bimbo Manuel, Ade Laoye, Jumoke Odetola, Bimbo Ademoye and others.
Bigger Than Africa
When the slave ships docked in North America, Brazil, and the Caribbean. Hundreds of cultures, traditions, and religions landed with the Africans on board, one transcended slavery beyond imaginations remains alive to this day in the New World: the Yoruba culture, “Bigger Than Africa” follows the journey of the Africans from the ports of no return in West Africa to their final destinations.
‘Bigger Than Africa paraded the most distinguished Yoruba culture enthusiasts. Some of the notable personalities featured in the documentary include the late Alaafin of Oyo, Lamidi Adeyemi, the Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Ogunwusi, former president Olusegun Obasanjo, prolific writer and playwright Prof. Wole Soyinka, Prof. Wande Abimbola, Chief Mrs Nike Okundaye of Nike Art Gallery, Fayemi Elebuibon, Afrobeat musician Femi Kuti among others.
Lady Buckit & The Motley Mopsters
The plot of this fantasy/animated/adventure film revolves around a charming young little girl called Bukky who loves to assist her father exuberantly to solve arithmetic and logic to easily get into the nerves of her mother.
’Ladybuckit and the Motley Mopsters’ is written by Blessing Amidu, Stanlee Ohikuare, directed by Adebisi Adetayo and produced by Blessing Afidu and Nero Afiari.
It stars Bimbo Akintola, Kalu Ikeagwu, Patrick Doyle, Francis Sule, Casey Edema, Oluchi Odii, Simi Hassan and Awazi Angbalaga.
This action/adventure/biography film begins with a duel between Zazzau’s champion Kabarkai and Danjuma. After witnessing the fight, a young Amina goes on to tell her father, the Emir of Zazzau (Abu Chris Gbakann) that she wants to be a warrior. This comes with resistance from Magaji Mjinyawa who advises that the Zazzau’s armies has never recruited a woman. The plot developed around events leading to Amina’s ascension to the throne of Zazzau.
The film which premiered exclusively on the streaming platform recently became the first Nigerian film to make the global top ten list.
Amina is directed by Izu Ojukwu and written by Okey Ogunjiofor and Frank Chinedu Uba.
It features stunning actors like Usman Tijani Abubakar, Jennifer Ezekiel Ade, Paul Adubazi, etc.
This romance film “Fine Wine” talks about a lonely but rich older man who genuinely falls in love with a younger woman and finds himself in the crossfire of society and in competition with a younger man for her heart.
Fine Wine is directed by Seyi Babatope and written by Temitope Bolade and Diche Enunwa
It stars actors/actresses such as Baaj Adebule, Ademola Adedoyin, Segun Arinze, etc.
This drama-thriller film explores the burgeoning drug trafficking trade, set against a backdrop of 1980s Lagos, struggling under the weight of austerity measures and the infamous War Against Indiscipline.
Swallow is a film adaptation of Sefi Atta’s best-selling novel.
Swallow is directed by Kunle Afolayan and written by both Kunle Afolayan and Sefi Atta.
It stars actors/actresses like Deyemi Okanlawon, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Kunle Afolayan, etc.
This drama film tells a story of redemption that looks at the life of Sade, her family and her faith through the lens of an unconventional encounter with God in this modern age.
God Calling is directed and written by Bodunrin Sasore.
It stars Zainab Balogun, Karibi Fubara, and child actress Diana Egwuatu alongside Nollywood veterans Nkem Owoh, Onyeka Onwenu, Richard Mofe-Damijo and Tina Mba.
Concluding New Nigerian movies on Netflix
These are some of the best Nigerian movies on Netflix you can see in 2023. Have you watched any of them? What do you think?
This article was updated 10 months ago