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 1) The Perfect Guy

This romantic thriller directed by David M. Rosenthal and scripted by Tyger Williams is about a super successful lobbyist Leah (Sanaa Lathan), who dumps her longtime lawyer boyfriend Dave (Morris Chestnut) after he blanches at the thought of starting a family, the actress quickly constructs a deeply sympathetic and likable protagonist whom audiences can genuinely root for (a rarity nowadays, especially in the romantic thriller genre).

Soon after she gives Dave the boot, Leah finds herself falling for the very handsome, impeccably put-together Carter (Michael Ealy), whose whirlwind courtship leaves the girl wondering if she’s finally met the right guy. Carter, with his high-flying career, magnetic personality and flawless smile, seems too good to be true. Mr perfect finally turned out to be a controlling head-case prone to outbursts of terrible violence. Horrified, Leah tries to leave Carter but unfortunately for her, this perfect guy is actually a perfect nightmare, tech guru and obsessive enough to make her life a living hell. 

PG-13 for violence, menace, sexuality and brief strong language.

2) A Soldier’s Story

This stunt studded Nollywood thriller produced by Martin Gbados in conjunction with Frankie Ogar Films production tells a love story of a recently wedded Nigerian soldier, Major Egan (Tope Tedela) who goes on a peacekeeping mission in Wazts Republic. During his mission he gets wounded and loses his reminiscence. Regina, (Linda Ejiofor) a local medical doctor rescues him and hides him from dreadful war rebel called bossman (Daniel. K Daniel). As she nurses him back to health, the two start a romantic voyage…

3) Falling

This romantic yet thrilling suspensful movie which covers the themes of love and marriage, is directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, produced by Uduak Isong Oguamanam.This movie is about a young couple seemingly at the brink of living the rest of their lives together, suddenly torn apart by an accident that leaves the man brain dead. His spouse is left to fend off indications that she ditched him in his vegetable state, and revelations are made in the course of the movie that test the increasingly fragile fabric of their love.

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