Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019: Top 25 Best Nigerian Movies On Netflix For 2019

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Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019
Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019

Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019

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Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019, I might be the happiest in Nigeria for this great launch, though since Netflix came up in Nigeria last year October 2017, i have just been feeling so reluctant getting into their movie plans, but i just couldn’t withstand what i have been missing on Netflix, so last week i opted in for their 30 days free trial plan.

I must confess there are top Nigerian movies you just have to check out if you’re really looking for an interesting African movie to watch,

So i said let me just use this opportunity to share with my blog readers some of the top Nigerian movies on Netflix 2018.

Okay let’s get started…

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Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019

Top 25 Best Nigerian Movies On Netflix 2019

  1. 30 Days in Atlanta:

30 Days in Atlanta is a 2014 Nigerian romantic comedy film produced by Ayo Makun and directed by Robert Peters. The film was shot on location in Lagos and Atlanta. It premiered on 31 October 2014. It was declared the highest grossing film of all time in Nigerian cinemas in 2015, although the film was met with mixed to negative critical reception.

  1. A Soldier’s Story:

A black Army investigator (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) travels to a remote military base in the heart of the Louisiana backwoods to look into the mysterious murder of a black sergeant toward the tail end of World War II. Once he arrives, the investigator discovers an Army regiment and an entire community.

  1. The Arbitration:

In the high-pressure world of Nigerian technology, a workplace affair that led to an alleged rape leads to an emotionally-charged arbitration of the case.

  1. Ayanda:

Ayanda is a 2015 South African film directed by Sara Blecher. The festival title of the film was Ayanda and the Mechanic. The film was picked up for a November 2015 release by independent film distribution company ARRAY.

  1. Couple of Days:

Three couples, each in different phases of romance, head to Ibadan for a fun and frisky holiday. But secrets soon spill, causing trouble in paradise.

  1. The Duplex:

A cash-strapped man and his pregnant wife buy a beautiful new home at a bargain price, only to learn that they aren’t the only occupants.

  1. Falling:

A cash-strapped man and his pregnant wife buy a beautiful new home at a bargain price, only to learn that they aren’t the only occupants.

  1. Fifty:

Muna’s love for her husband, Imoh, is put to the test when an accident lands him in a deep coma and a new man walks into her life.

  1. Gbomo Gbomo Express:

The pivotal days in the lives of four Nigerian women at the pinnacle of their careers.

  1. Gone Too Far:

The night spins out of control when incompetent kidnappers hold a club-hopping record executive and a socialite to ransom.

  1. Green White Green:

Follow two estranged teenage brothers over the course of a single day as they meet for the first time, and struggle to accept each other for who they are.

  1. Head Gone:

Young artist friends embark on a roller coaster ride of self-discovery after they decide to make a movie before heading off to college.

Netflix Nigerian Movies 2019

  1. Invasion 1897:

En route to a mental hospital, a bus driver loses a group of psychiatric patients. To cover his mistake, he replaces them with unsuspecting commuters who must now prove their sanity.

  1. Lunch Time Heroes:

A teacher who feels she’s unwanted by her colleagues and ignored by her students attempts to gain acceptance by leading her class in a cooking competition.

  1. Mum, Dad, meet Sam:

When Josiah takes his English girlfriend home to Nigeria, he doesn’t plan on a scheming ex-girlfriend, a dramatic mother and overprotective family to turn the trip into a disaster.

  1. Mummy Dearest:

A sequel to the 2015 movie, “Mummy Dearest, the movie tells the story of a young man, Chijioke Chinda, who was sent to his home town Port Harcourt to head his company’s project.

  1. Out of Luck:

A young lottery operator and his girlfriend have their lives turned upside down when a gangster wants to be paid for a prize he did not win.

  1. Road to Yesterday:

A struggling couple try to save their failing marriage by reconnecting on a road trip.

  1. Taxi Driver – Oko Ashewo:

After his father dies, a young mechanic moves to the city to drive the old man’s taxi. Along the way he encounters assassins and a motley crew of other urban weirdos.

  1. The Department:

Nnadi and Tolu are in a relationship and work as criminals in a secret department in a large firm. However, deciding to leave the job and settle down will prove a huge challenge for them. With Majid Michel.

  1. The Duplex:

A cash-strapped man and his pregnant wife buy a beautiful new home at a bargain price, only to learn that they aren’t the only occupants.

  1. The Visit:

Becca (Olivia DeJonge) and younger brother Tyler (Ed Oxenbould) say goodbye to their mother as they board a train and head deep into Pennsylvania farm country to meet their maternal grandparents for the first time. Welcomed by Nana (Deanna Dunagan) and Pop Pop (Peter McRobbie).

  1. The Wedding Party:

As their big day arrives, a couple’s lavish wedding plans turn into a nightmare that includes exes, fighting parents and uninvited guests.

  1. When Love Comes Around:

Much to her distress, a woman who’s long put up her guard by only dating men for their money suddenly finds herself falling in love for real.

  1. When Love Happens:

A wedding planner fees the clock ticking on her own chance to get married. Constantly striking out, she starts online dating and finally finds gets lucky in love.

So these are some of the top Nigerian movies on Netflix so far in 2019, i hope you will love them, please kindly show some love by sharing it with your friends and families.