Year in review: 5 Nollywood movies people loved in 2020

Year in review: 5 Nollywood movies people loved in 2020

2020 has been quite a year no doubt, and everyone held on tightly to rays of hope and sources of happiness. Movie industries all over the world felt the heat as they could not produce or release a lot of movies because of the pandemic.

Nollywood came through with some amazing movies regardless and it took a lot of effort that fans truly appreciated. gathered a list of five movies that fans absolutely loved in 2020.

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Year in review: 5 Nollywood movies people watched in 2020
Actresses that starred in movies that rocked 2020 Photo credit: @temiotedola/@omonioboli/@sharonooja
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1. Citation

From the moment movie director, Kunle Afolayan, announced that the movie was in the works, anticipation among the fans went all the way up. Citation was packed with talents who delivered beyond expectations

Students particularly enjoyed this piece as they claimed they related to it in different ways.

As usual, the filmmaker did not disappoint, and for the first time, Nigerians saw billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola, on screen.

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2. Living in Bondage

This sequel was another movie that kept fans on the edge of their seats especially for those who had watched or heard of the first part about 27 years ago.

It was packed with veterans who knew their onions and delivered as expected.

The director, Ramsey Nouah, did not disappoint.

3. Elevator Baby

Elevator baby was well received by movie lovers as most of them revealed that it was relatable and they enjoyed every second.

The main characters of the movie, Toyin Abraham and Timini Egbuson, also went all out to bring their characters to life.

4. Fate of Alakada

Toyin Abraham has never disappointed her fans with any of her Alakada series. The star-studded movie had fans reeling with laughter as expected.

Toyin Abraham also went all out to make sure that her fans enjoyed every bit of the movie.

5. Oloture

This movie had people analysing and guessing at the end. Many Nigerians loved that it was eye-opening and reflected the reality of most Nigerian women and journalists in a way.

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Omoni Oboli and Sharon Ooja came through with the superb acting as well as the other casts.

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