April has quite a number of new Nollywood movies to offer film lovers.
5 Nollywood movies you should see in cinemas this April
"Divorce Not Allowed," and four other Nollywood movies you should see in the cinema this April.
Pulse Movies has rounded up movies coming to the cinemas in April 2018, including "Divorce not Allowed" and "Date Night."
Check out five new Nollywood movies you should see this April.
1."Low Lifes and High Hopes"
In "Low Lifes and High Hopes," Attah struggles with parting with his past as he tries to focus on his relationship with Ijeoma.
Starring Daniel K Daniel, Kiki Omeili, Sambasa Nzeribe and Centhia Ihebie, the movie made its debut in cinemas on March 30.
2. "200 Million"
"200 Million" portrays the challenging lives of two disenfranchised men who explored crime, particularly ritual for financial growth, as a remedy to issues limiting them from enjoying comfort.
A chain of paranormal events soon occurred leaving an indelible mark on their entire existence.
"200 Million" made its debut in cinemas on March 30, 2018.
3. "Divorce Not Allowed"
Mike Ezuruonye's directorial debut, "Divorce not Allowed" stars Bolanle Ninalowo, Iyabo Ojo, Angela Okorie, Eniola Badmus, Salami Rotimi and Ezuruonye.
'Divorce Not Allowed' is a comedy that explores issues faced by young couples in marriages and how their resolutions "sometimes threaten to shake the foundation of their love.
The movie debuts in cinemas on March 16.
4. "Date Night"
In "Date Night," a man is held hostage by a woman he brings home for the night, and an intense struggle for survival follows.
Starring Deyemi Okanlawon, Adesua Etomi and Ogechi Peters, the movie debuts April 20, 2018.
5. "Love Birds"
Co-produced by Jim Iyke and Robert Peters, 'Love Birds' aims at changing the narrative of the Nigerian parents in diaspora.
The movie stars Jim Iyke, Stella Damasus, Joseph Benjamin, Saraii Captca and Felix Omozusi.
Directed by Lancelot Imasuen, the movie debuts on April 13.
Which of these movies are you most excited about?
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