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Entertainment Guide: 5 Movies to Watch This Weekend on Tubi

It's another weekend and there's nothing better than curling up on the couch with a good movie. Fortunately, if you live in North America and you are a fan of Tubi, we have just the right lineup of movies that will keep you entertained. From heartwarming romances to gripping dramas, there's something for everyone. Here are five must-watch movies that you should definitely check out on Tubi this month.

1. Heart of Two Halves (2020) - Romance

Director: Tissy Nnachi

Starring: Kunle Remi, Ruth Agbo, Ray Emodi, Linda Osifo

"Heart of Two Halves" is a touching romance that will tug at your heartstrings. The story revolves around a man who, after losing his fiancé, takes a chance at love again with a stranger he meets at a resort. Little does he know, this encounter will change his life in unexpected ways. With a stellar cast and a compelling storyline, this movie is a perfect choice for fans of heartfelt romantic dramas.

Kunle Remi stars in Heart of Two Halves
Kunle Remi stars in Heart of Two Halves

2. Iju: The Story Before (2020) - Drama

Director: Pat Oghre

Starring: Theresa Edem, Ronke Oshodi, Keppy Bassey Ekpeyong, Wole Ojo

"Iju: The Story Before" is a powerful drama that tackles important issues while keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. The film follows two women from different backgrounds who are both suffering from fibroids. Their journey to find a cure leads them to make a life-changing decision that challenges societal norms and expectations. This thought-provoking movie delves into themes of resilience, friendship, and the pursuit of happiness.

Nollywood Actress, Theresa Edem, in Iju: The Story Before
Nollywood Actress, Theresa Edem, in Iju: The Story Before

3. Judas (2018) - Drama

Director: Chukwuma Emma-Ogbangwo

Starring: Stan Nze, Linda Osifo, Tamara Eteimo, Ifeanyi Kalu

"Judas" is a gripping drama that explores the cutthroat world of lobbying and corporate politics. When veteran lobbyists Charles and Victoria learn about a lucrative contract, they enter into a fierce competition with a former colleague, Helen, to secure the deal. Betrayal, ambition, and deceit take center stage in this intense thriller, keeping viewers guessing until the very end. With stellar performances and a compelling plot, "Judas" is a must-watch for fans of high-stakes dramas.

Stan Nze in the movie, Judas.
Stan Nze in the movie, Judas.

4. London Fever (2017) - Comedy

Director: Charles Uwagbai

Starring: Mike Godson, Alexx Ekubo, Toyin Abraham, Juliet Ibrahim, Hafeez “Saka” Ayetoro, Chiwetalu Agu, John Okafor, Etinosa Idemudia, Lilian Esoro, Francis Odega

"London Fever" is a hilarious comedy that will have you laughing from start to finish. The film follows two young men, Ade and Chucks, who dream of a better life in London. Their outrageous and comical attempts to achieve this dream lead to a series of misadventures and misunderstandings. Packed with witty humor and a talented ensemble cast, "London Fever" is a delightful comedy that offers a lighthearted escape from reality.

Alexx Ekubo and Mike Godson in the Nollywood comedy classic, London Fever
Alexx Ekubo and Mike Godson in the Nollywood comedy classic, London Fever

5. Dark Spotlight - Drama

Director: Umanu Elijah

Starring: Timini Egbuson, Ayo Adesanya, Fred Amata, Efe Irele, USHbebe

"Dark Spotlight" is a poignant drama that explores the complexities of life and the pursuit of dreams. Jim, a young man with a passion for music, decides to follow his heart and pursue his musical ambitions. However, his world is turned upside down when he discovers that he is battling leukemia and has limited time left. The film beautifully captures Jim's journey as he navigates love, loss, and the power of music in the face of adversity. With powerful performances and a heartfelt narrative, "Dark Spotlight" is a moving and emotionally resonant film that will leave a lasting impression on viewers.

Timini Egbuson as Jim in Dark Spotlight
Timini Egbuson as Jim in Dark Spotlight

So, there you have it! These five movies on Tubi offer a diverse range of genres and themes, ensuring that there's something for everyone to enjoy. Grab your popcorn, find your favorite spot on the couch, and get ready for a cinematic journey filled with romance, drama, comedy, and heartfelt moments.

All five movies are distributed by The World Stage Distribution.

Happy watching!


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