We bring you top 10 Ghanaian movies to enjoy this weekend.
From Lil Win’s favourite ‘I don’t think far’ phrase to Bismark the Joke’s hysterical comic scenes, the local movie industry has given Ghanaians a great laughter.
We normally enjoy local movies during the weekend due to heavy weekly schedules. On this note, we bring you top 10 Ghanaian movies to enjoy this weekend.
PS: LIST IS IN NO ORDER.
In “Cheaters” Richie (Omar Sharif Captan) was a bachelor, cheats on his girlfriends. Raj (Adjetey Annan) suspecting his wife Jami (Jackie Appiah) sets her up. Roger (Henry Adofo Aseidu), career focused, with his secretary cheats on his wife. Clad (Elikem Kumodzi) and Clare (Okawa Shazway) were victims of cheaters so they went out of their way to become proud cheaters.
Then we have the big fool Allotey (Bismark Nii Odoi) who cheats on no one, just admiring women and talking trash with humour. Deducing from the movie you will find cheaters in these categories, Godly cheaters, smart cheaters, set-up cheaters, victim cheaters and confident cheaters.
In the heat of a political year (an election year, to be precise), a greedy influential political figure who wants power by hook or crook decides to sacrifice his brother’s daughter for power, fame and money.
But before the operation could be successful, he first needs to obliterate a snag – which is his brother. The operation didn’t go through as expected but he has another way.
The Isaiah K. Appiah-directed film features Akrobeto, Bishop Bernard Nyarko, Apostle John Prah, Christiana Awuni, Akyere Bruwaa, and many other Kumawood stars.
An angry ex-police officer's mission to catch cheating women turns fatal when he stumbles into a diabolical plot of 'illegal organ harvesting' and the young hustlers who are lured into making deadly sacrifices for a chance abroad.
The drama film directed Shirley Frimpong-Manso and Dickson Dzakpasu stars Elorm Adablah, Edem Agbenyame, Frank Aidam, and among other top stars.
The film tells a story of two lovers of different countries on origin, and the challenges they faced especially from parents after disclosing their intention of getting married.
“Ghana Must Go” stars Yvonne Okoro, Ik Ogbonna, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Helen Paul, Ada Ameh and Nkem Owoh.
Tracy (Jackie Appiah)was raped on that faithful night while her mum was shot dead by arm robbers she has been going through emotional trauma since after the incident not only that when she noticed she was pregnant for the guy that raped her the whole world seems to have crumbled around on her.
The movie stars Omar Sherif Captain, Kofi Ajorlolo, Jackie Appiah, among others.
"Last Night", is an emotional psychological thriller about a radio presenter called Bright Mensah. He’s a dodgy guy who also deals in drugs but uses his radio programme show ‘Truth And Consequence’ as a front. He’s not who he really claims to be. After his normal radio session, he was on his way home when one of his numerous girlfriends called him to pass over for a quickie.
His pregnant wife got kidnapped, the same time his girlfriend knocks someone. With the girl in police custody, the mum gets a heart seizure same time.
After all these frustrations and not knowing what to do, he was involved in an accident the next thing he’s buried alive in a casket.
"Last Night" is a one-cast starring Prince David Osei.
The film "centres on the drama, the intrigue and the dirty little secrets of three male friends, their sex lives, being single or married, and all the in-betweens".
It stars Yvonne Nelson, Chris Attoh, Nadia Buari, Tana Adelana, Kofi Adjorlolo, Eddie Watson and Jane 'Efya' Awindor.
The film narrates the story of a business mogul and a socialite, Dan Ansah Williams who is dying of cancer and has been told that he has six weeks left to live. He makes a decision with the help of his attorney to call all his children back home, most of whom were born out of wedlock and various illicit affairs. The re-union spins a lot of surprises as each child returns with an agenda, which gives hilarious results.
It stars Majid Michel, Yvonne Nelson, Omawumi Megbele, Ice Prince Zamani, Eddie Watson and Francis Odega.
In a town where bloodthirsty militant subject making life simply unbearable, it is difficult to know when you will wake up to a brilliant morning sunshine which promises a day of solemnity.
In the wake of the seeming normalcy of a capricious life, a new regime is established in Kimbala town: a superlative regime of Yusuf Mombasa.
Thirstier and fiercer than his predecessors, the people of Kimbala are dumb by his ruthlessness.
The strongest of men are hit down to nothing more than a murmur. The influential are coiled in their shells in total stillness and the civilians hide behind hypocritical facet of patriotism. Who will dare stop Mombasa?
The movie stars Majid Michel, Martha Ankomah, Eddie Nartey, Roselyn Ngissah , Kofi Adjorlolo and the veteran Actor David Dontoh.
The film tells the story of a disillusioned reporter and an idealistic young pastor, who fight to free a girl accused of witchcraft from the clutches of a system of corruption and superstition in the heart of West Africa.
It stars Oris Erhuero, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Ama K. Abebrese, Joseph Otsiman, Ophelia Dzidzornu, Fred Amugi, David Dontoh and Rama Brew.
ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND.