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3 Movies You Should See This Weekend!

Feeling the stay-home vibe this weekend? These movies are all you need to have a good time as iROKOtv keeps you well entertained. There is a lot of fun you can have from the comfort of your couch!
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The Department
The gang members in a secret department of a business conglomerate blackmail top executives into selling their companies to the leader of the conglomerate, however trouble brews when two members want to opt out.
Starring: Desmond Elliot, OC Ukeje, Majid Michel, Osas Ighodaro, Jide Kosoko.
Why should you see The Department?
Heavily hyped and greatly anticipated, this star studded film is one to watch. Great cinematography with an original storyline, and full of suspense will mean that you are gripped to the screen from start to finish!
Click HERE to watch The Department

Blackberry Babes
The lives of a group of stylish girls on campus revolve around their Blackberry phones. Those that exist on the fringes of the popular group are willing to go to any length to attain one, simply to be accepted.
Starring: Tonto Dikeh, Oge Okoye, Muna Obiekwe
Why should you see Blackberry Babes?
This movie is hilarious! Who can forget Igbotic business man Emeka DeLaLa? Everyone knows someone who will go to any length to get the latest gadget!
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Tango With Me
Tango With Me
Lola and Uzo are the perfect couple, their newly married life in front of them. All is well until the happiest day of their lives became the worst.
Starring: Joseph Benjamin, Genevieve Nnaji.
Why should you see Tango With Me?
It’s an award winning movie, with great cinematography starring the Julia Roberts of Africa herself (As announced on Oprah) Genevieve Nnaji. Touches the taboo topic of rape.
Click HERE to watch Tango With Me
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