Today, we have 2 revues of The Razz Guy, one by Ujiro Asagbra and the other by Eben Asagbra. As
The Millions stars Ramsey Nouah as Bem, a wise cracking con artist who teams up with an unlikely gang to pull off a massive heist to steal $42 Million USD from a fortified residence.
Your Excellency stars Akin Lewis as Chief Olalekan Ajadi – the most unlikely candidate who decides to run for president. The social media scene is thrown into a frenzy as it seems that he just might win it as they begin to believe it is possible for an outsider to aspire to the highest public office.
Sugar Rush is about the Sugar Sisters Bisola, Adesua and Bimbo who happen on $800,000 which they convert to their personal use but all hell is let lose when they become the target of mobsters and the feds who also want the money.
Elevator Baby stars Timini Egbuson as Dare Williams a wealthy spoilt kid with a fiery temper who gets stuck in an elevator with a pregnant lady called Abigail (Toyin Abraham), an underprivileged and brash lady who unexpectedly goes into labor while in the elevator. Dare is left with no choice but to try and save both mother and child.
Kasanova stars Wale Ojo as Femi as widower who falls in love with his son’s music teacher Jessica (Ireti Doyle), who is also a single mother. The couple’s love is complicated by their baggage which causes conflict between Femi and his son Jason (Alvin Abayomi).
Merry Men 2: Another Mission brings back the gang (Ramsey Nouah, AY Makun, Jim Iyke, Uchemba Williams AND fALZ) for a high stakes heist masterminded by “Mama” who has kidnapped the wife of one of the crew.
New Money is about Toun (Jemima Osunda) an aspiring fashion designer’s whose life is transformed after she discovers she’s the heiress of a billion-dollar empire left by her estranged father.
Potato Potahto revolves around a divorced couple – Tony (OC Ukeje) and Lulu (Joselyn Dumas) who decide to share equal space in their ex-matrimonial home soon realize that the ingenious idea is easier said than done. Bent on flexing their egos and scoring points, the two implore various hilarious tactics that soon inflames emotions and turns an already complicated situation into a roller coaster ride.
Payday is about Paul (Baaj Adebule) and Ortega (Ebiye Victor) and embark on an overnight get rich quick scheme to replace their misspent rent, with hilarious consequences.