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.
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.
Locked tells the story of how a seemingly lovely wife kills her husband in a psychotic rage and then holds her daughter and fiancé hostage.
The Ten Virgins is an adaptation of the biblical parable of Jesus where ten maidens must stay steadfast in the face of temptation to await the return of the bride groom.
1929 is the true story about the Ikot Abasi Women War against the British colonial masters and warrant chiefs about the imposition of taxes on women. Led by Madam Udo Udoma (Ireti Doyle) and Iya Yoruba (Sola Sobowale) many women rioted leading to a loss of lives of women.
Banky W is Bassey a rich spoilt kid whose rebellious behavior makes his father send him Up North to undertake the compulsory National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) program to set him straight. His sojourn in Bauchi exposes him to new experiences, new friendships and a life of self-discovery.
Merry Men- The Real Yoruba Demons stars Falz the Bad Guy, AY Makun, Ramsey Nouah and Jim Iyke as the Merry Men who are Abuja’s most eligible bachelors but living double lives as notorious criminals who are about to pull off a big heist to take down a corrupt politician.
The Vendor stars Odunlade Odukoya as a very amiable newspaper vendor who by a chance meeting becomes the driver to a well to do lady (Adunni Ade) and a friendship ensues between them with comical consequences.
Moms At War is a comedy about two mothers Ebubechukwu (Omoni Oboli) and Olaide (Funke Akindele aka Jenifa) and their teenage children, who write a prestigious exam to be admitted into an international scholars program. However, everything goes wrong when their children must compete against each other for a place in the program.
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