Top 10 Nollywood movies of 2014

Which Nollywood movie made your year? Check out our list of 10 fascinating, award winning and record breaking movies of 2014.

With 2014 coming to an end today, presents you with 10 fascinating, controversial, award winning and record breaking movies of 2014.

From the great to the bad, from the fair to the terrible, 2014 has been an entertaining movie year.

In no particular order, presents you with 10 top movies of 2014, here we go;

Can one go wrong with a Kunle Afolayan movie? The movie which cost over 200 million naira, became an award winning movie before its premiere.

With an outstanding screenplay, plot and directing, ‘October 1’ received a nomination in the ‘Best movie of the year’ category in the upcoming 2015 edition of AMVCAs.

With a good plot and cast, the Omoni Oboli’s movie came with lots of controversies prior to its cinema release.

‘Being Mrs. Elliott’ which received 11 nominations before its premiere also opened the night at Nollywood Week Film Festival in France.

‘Being Mrs. Elliott’ is also the only 2014 movie to have a presidential screening.

The controversial movie and adaptation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie‘s best-selling novel of same name broke weekend box office record in Nigeria by showing in 15 cinemas across Nigeria in its first 3 days.

The movie won the award for Best Feature Film (Nigeria) at the Abuja International Film Festival 2014. The Lancelot Imaseun’s movie was also selected as one of the top films of the Africa International Film Festival 2014.

With over $1m14 budget, ‘Invasion 1897’ received the ‘best movie of the year’ nomination in the upcoming 2015 AMVCAs awards.

The high budget  2014 movie 'Render to Caesar' treats a genre that is rarely considered and explored in the industry. The movie won the ‘best Original Screenplay" and "Best Actor in a Supporting Role" at the 2014 Nollywood Movies Awards.

With over 50M budget, the movie won the "best Screenplay" and "best Sound Design" at the 2014 Best of Nollywood Awards.

Render to Caesar’ was also the official Selection at the 2014 Pan African Film Festival (PAFF).

It’s an Emem Isong’s movie , and she never fails to deliver a great plot and cast. The Christian musical movie treats domestic violence in a realistic manner.

Call it the movie of the year, and you won’t be far from the truth. The AY Makun’s movie presented all movie lovers with the perfect comedy movie and cast.

30 Days In Atlanta is now the highest grossing Nollywood cinema movie of all time with over N76M.

Don't we all love a great movie with young vibrant and talented actors. The much talked about 2014 romantic comedy offers all movie lovers a great plot, cast, and entertaining acting.

The star-studded movie from Yvonne Nelson is the biggest Ghana-Nigeria collaboration of the year which broke cinema records by showing in 7 cinemas halls on the day of its premiere.

The 2014 Steve Gakus took over 6 years to be produced. The much talked about movie has a budget of over 160 million naira.

‘A Place in the Stars’ received 4 nominations in the upcoming 2015 edition of the AMVCAs, best movie of the year inclusive.


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