Top 5 Movies on Netflix you Can Watch with Friends and Family This Weekend
Hi guys, trust your week has been going great. If it hasn’t, hang in there, the much anticipated weekend is around the corner. To unwind during the days off, you can enjoy some of the latest movies of 2020.
Choosing a movie to watch can be a difficult decision. Going through all the movies can be a hassle many people can’t afford and asking for opinions can similarly backfire as people have their individual preferences that can be different from other people’s.
However, I have curated a magical list of Top 5 movies on Netflix that you would enjoy watching with friends this weekend. The movies were selected based on the number of views, ratings and reviews.
In a silly and funny family spy movie, the Sleepover brings in a drama and comedy that would give you a good laugh. In the movie, two siblings Clancy and Kevin discover that their seemingly normal mom is actually a former high-end thief in the witness protection program.
The Netflix original follows the comedic and action-filled suspense as the two siblings team up to rescue their parents who have been forced to pull one last job.
The movie is currently the most-watched movie on Netflix in Nigeria. It is rated 5.5 on IMDb and 70% on Rotten tomatoes.
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Showing a glimpse into the secret of Nigerian scams, The Nigerian Prince is a drama filled suspense that tells the story of Eze, a stubborn Nigerian-American teenager who had to take to crime to find his way back to the US after being sent to Nigeria against his will.
Adopted from the characteristics of “Nigerian prince” email scam, one of the longest-running Internet frauds, the movie thrills with the drama and action-filled suspense of the criminal side of the country.
The movie is currently numbered 8th on Netflix most-watched in Nigeria. It is rated 5.5 on IMDb and 100% on Rotten tomatoes.
Jumanji -The Next Level
If you love the first Jumanji, you will certainly enjoy the second. In a comedic and action-filled adventure, the old gang featuring The Rock returns to Jumanji to travel unexplored territories and help Spencer escape the world’s most dangerous game.
In a super comeback, The Next Level retains core components of Welcome To The Jungle while adding enough fresh bits to keep things fun and playable.
The movie is currently numbered 2 on Netflix most-watched in Nigeria. It is rated 6.7 on IMDb and 72% on Rotten tomatoes.
If you are searching for Romance this weekend, Black rose will be a good pick. The movie tells a story about Rose’s search for love and good life without selling her dignity.
In a story where Mr Right wasn’t so Perfect, Rose finds herself trying to make senses of the dark side her lover has pushed her into.
The movie is currently numbered 5 on Netflix most-watched in Nigeria. It is rated 55% on Nollywood reinvented.
With power comes responsibility. In a riveting tale, The Governor tells the story of Angela Ochello, the Deputy Governor of Savannah State, who is suddenly thrust into power after the Governor dies.
In a drama-filled action sequence, the movie follows Angela’s journey through the murky and shark-infested waters of politics while balancing the demands of her family.
As the first female governor, Andela has to prove herself in a world dominated by men who want nothing but to see her fail. The movie is currently one of the most-watched Nollywood movies on Netflix. It is rated 7.2 on IMDb.
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