Do you have plans for Valentine’s Day? Are you going out to a romantic dinner or you both would rather stay indoors and watch a movie?
Here are some movies to help you celebrate.
The movie, Isoken, tells a familiar story of an ‘of-age’ young lady who is yet to get married and is constantly reminded of it by everyone around her. At her youngest sister’s wedding, her overbearing mother introduces her to the ultimate Edo man, Osaze. . But Isoken also meets Kevin who she finds herself falling in love with . The only problem is, not only is he not an Edo man, he is Oyinbo (Caucasian)!
2. Crazy Rich Asians
3. Wedding Party
4. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
High school student Lara Jean Covey writes letters to boys she loves and hides them away. Things go awry when the letters get out, though.
5. Royal Hibiscus Hotel
In this romantic comedy, a disillusioned London chef, Opeoluwa (Zainab Balogun), visits Nigeria and struggles with her matchmaking mother as well as in restoring the family’s rundown hotel.
She’s heartbroken as she discovers her new lover, Deji (Keneth Okoli), is working on a deal to buy the hotel.
6. Light In The Dark
Emeka and Jumoke have been married for 11 years and they have a 10-year-old daughter who they love dearly. Jumoke have been trying hard to have another child and hope it would be a boy to appease Emeka’s family that places emphasis on a male child. A gang attacks them one night and the gang leader makes Emeka decide who would get raped, his wife or daughter. This puts a huge strain in their relationship as their worlds start to fall apart afterwards.
7. A Star Is Born
Bradley Cooper stars as fading country music star Jackson Maine, who discovers a new talent in Ally (played by Lady Gaga). The two fall in love, but Jack struggles when Ally’s fame starts to overshadow his own.