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10 Africa Must Watch Best Movies

I know there are many  African movies in the world now, which  makes it difficult for you to select the one you will watch and enjoy. I know you don’t have the time to be watching all, till you get to the interesting ones, that is why I have selected these ‘10 Africa must watch best movies‘ for you to watch and enjoy.

1. THE FISHERMAN’S DIARY

When all the girl child wants is to be an educated child, but her father and uncle wouldn’t  let her dream come true.  A movie inspired by the life of Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan. The fisherman’s diary is a cameroonian film directed by Enah Johnscot in 2020. A very interesting movie you have to watch now, but be prepared to shed some hot tears if you are an emotional person. Because this movie will make you cry.

You can watch it on Netflix if you have a Netflix account or click here to download it.

2. SYLVIA

A man decided to leave his imaginary and lifelong friend and lover to marry a real flesh-and-blood  beautiful  woman but is faced with challenges. An interesting movie you wouldn’t want to miss.  Sylvia is a 2018 Nigerian thriller film directed by Daniel Oriahi, written by Vanessa Kanu and produced by Ekene Som Mekwunye. Starring Chris Attoh, Zainab Balogun, Ini Dima Okojie, Udoka Oyeka, Ijeoma Grace Agu, Bolaji Ogunmola, Lord Frank.

You can watch this movie on Netflix or click here to watch or download.

3. SIN CITY

A lawyer and his wife decided to have a “Me and You” time together to help enhance their marriage but ended up in a big mess.

Sin city is a 2019 Ghanaian movie directed by Pascal Amanfor. Starring Yvonne Nelson, Kunle Remi, Rosaline Meurer, Adjetey Anang.

It’s an interesting movie that will be enjoyed by both married and singles. You can watch this movie on Netflix or click here to stream or download it.

4. FIX US

A Ghallywood movie directed by Pascal Amanfor, produced by Yvonne Nelson in 2019.

 The movie is about three young women with same dream of being a movie star. When their dreams was actualized they discovered that, they wanted something more that money and fame cannot buy.  An interesting movie you should consider watching with your pop corn in your left hand and cold drink in your right hand.

Click here to stream or download it.

5. ALL ABOUT LOVE

A south African movie about an inseparable couples who tries to stay together when betrayal and lies threatens to tear them apart.

Photo credit: Netflix 

All about love is a 2017 movie written by Kingsley Okolie and directed by Adze Ugah. Starring Enyinna Nwigwe,  Chris Attoh, Katlego Danke, Nomzamo Mbatha, Richard Lukunku, Zenande Mfenyane, Leroy Gopal, Angela Sithole.
It’s a nice movie. You can watch it on Netflix.

6. THE BOY WHO HARNESSED THE WIND

With much challenges and difficulties,  a thirteen year old boy in malawi invents an unconventional way to save his family and village from famine.

The boy who harnessed the wind is a  movie based on the memoir of William Kamkwamba. It is directed by Chiwetel Ejiofor in 2019. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Maxwell Simba (as William Kamkwamba), Aissa Maiga, Lily Banda, Joseph Marcell, Lemogang Tsipa, Noma Dumezweni.

An interesting movie you should watch now on Netflix.

7. BEASTS OF NO NATION

A boy is separated from his family by a civil war and forced to join a unit of a mercenary fighter that transformed him into a child soldier when all he wanted was ” To just be happy in this life”.

Beast of no nation is a 2015 war/drama film written and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.

An interesting movie that includes violence, shooting and war. You can watch it on Netflix.

8. SERIOUSLY SINGLE

A south African movie directed by Katleho Ramaphakela and Rethabile Ramaphakela in 2020. A movie about a social media expert who craves for commitment and keeps following the life of her former love while her free-living best friend is trying her best to introduce her into singlehood.

An interesting movie you can watch on Netflix.

9. DISCONNECT

Photo credit: Netflix

Disconnect is a 2018 Kenyan romantic comedy film directed by David Tosh Gitonga and Michael Jones. It is about two friends who wonders if their relationship is more than platonic.

It’s an interesting movie you should watch on Netflix now.

10. COOK OFF

This is a 2017 Zimbabwean romantic comedy film written and directed by Tomas Brickhill.

It is a movie about a single mother whose life took a U-turn when her son secretly registered her into a competition.

An interesting movie you should watch now on Netflix.

Thanks for reading this far. To continue with more movies click here.

 

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