Here are 6 movies/series you need to see this weekend » YNaija

The weekend is underway and like True Ynaija, we are committed to helping you have the most relaxing time ever. So, again, we’ve done the homework, compiled the movies, and given you a list that will make your weekend fun, entertaining, and engaging.

Our mantra is “no dull moment”.

So here are six movies or series you need to see this weekend.

Time for Me (Netflix)

Hollywood heavyweights Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg star in this comedy flick directed and written by John Hamburg, full of slapstick humor and shenanigans.

Me Time is one of those tales about middle-aged men coming of age where Sonny, played by Hart, begins to wonder who he could be as he is unsure of his identity outside of his family. . He embarks on an expedition of discovery with Huck, played by Wahlberg.

If you’re looking for a fun time full of fun and laughs for the weekend, look no further than this film delivered in true Hart-Wahlberg style.

King of Thieves (Amazon Prime)

The Nigerian thriller, produced by Femi Adebayo, King of Thieves (Ògúndábède) tells the story of a popular town and the prosperous kingdom of Ajeromi. Things were going as well as they should be in the Kingdom of Ajeromi until Agesinkole, a powerful bandit and terrorist, came to terrorize the peaceful and prosperous Kingdom of Ajeromi.

The Ajeromi kingdom, however, sought to destroy this Agesinkole bandit with just about every power within it, including its hunters, witches, and wizards.

The film is directed by Tope Adebayo and Adebayo Tijani. It stars Odunlade Adekola, Femi Adebayo, Toyin Abraham, Broda Shaggi, Adebayo Salami, Lateef Adedimeji and Ibrahim Chatta.

If you’re looking for thrills this weekend, King of Thieves, which is currently streaming on Amazon Prime, is for you.

The Next 365 Days (Netflix)

While there’s a lot of negative talk about this one, past submissions to its streaming platforms beg that we give it a shot (hot sex and all).

The franchise follows Massimo, a member of the Sicilian mafia family, and Laura, a sales manager. On a trip to Sicily to try to salvage her relationship, Massimo kidnaps her and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him.

This submission follows the couple’s relationship, hanging in the balance as they try to overcome trust issues and jealousy while a tenacious Nacho strives to separate them.

MB (Netflix)

Netflix released “Mo,” an eight-episode comedy created and produced by comedians Mo Amer (The Vagabond, Black Adam) and Ramy Youssef, which just premiered on the streaming platform (Ramy, Mr. Robot).

Netflix’s Connection Line describes Palestinian refugee Mo Najjar as “straddling the line between two cultures, three languages ​​and a ton of bullshit as they constantly live one step away from asylum on the path to American citizenship. “.

His mother, sister and older brother, all strong and spiritual, flee to Houston, Texas. Even though it’s hard to overcome obstacles to move forward in life, Mo learns to laugh at the pain as she adapts to her new surroundings.

It’s sure to be a good intriguing watch to add to your list.

Purple Hearts (Netflix)

This addition is for home lovers.

Directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum and starring Sofia Carson and Nicholas Galitzine, the film has been watched for over 100 million hours on the platform and is on track to join the ranks of Netflix’s most-watched content.

The plot, which takes place in Oceanside, Calif., centers on Luke (Galitzine), a young Marine about to go on his first deployment to Iraq, and Cassie (Carson), a diabetic singer-to-be unable to pay her bills. insulin costs. The two are as dissimilar as chalk and cheese; while Luke is all red, conservative, and the typical “white patriot” ready to fight in the Middle East, Cassie is blue-hearted, champions liberalism, and cries out against misogyny and racism.

You’re ready to strike a chord in a group as the movement is about to rock you.

The Law (Netflix)

In “The Entitled” Belinda (Alex Gonzaga), a young woman growing up in a rural, primitive area of ​​the Philippines is brought with family lawyer Jacob to her father Enrico’s (Johnny Revilla) estate after discovering that the father she has never met is a wealthy hotelier (JC De Vera). She meets Matilda, her oddly over-pleasant stepmother, and Caitlyn, her obnoxious pre-teen sister.

Hoping that Belinda will one day take over the family business, Enrico entrusts the difficult responsibility of teaching Belinda lessons in hygiene and good etiquette to charming Jacob and inept maid Monina.

Despite the fact that Belinda still has a lot to learn and makes mistakes along the way, she is committed to doing her best and gradually begins to display traits of grace and maturity. Belinda must learn to accept who she is and where she comes from because Matilda has other ideas and she discovers the real reason why she found her father.

“The Entitled” will not only have you bursting into laughter, but will give your heart a gentle rocking.

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