In 2014, AY Makun produced his hit Nollywood movie, "30 Days in Atlanta," which was directed by Robert Peters.
The movie became the highest grossing Nollywood movie ever and gained a spot in the Guinness Book of Records.
It's 2016, and the duo considered it necessary to gift the world with a new comedy movie, "A trip to Jamaica," with Makun reprising his role as Akpos.
The anticipated movie which debuts in Nigerian cinemas on September 30, 2016, premiered in Lagos on Sunday, September 25, 2016, at the Filmhouse IMAX cinema in Lekki, Lagos.
Shot in Nigeria, America and Jamaica, the film focuses on Akpos and his fiancée Bola, who travel across the Atlantic to visit family, they unexpectedly end up on an adventure they could never imagine.
The movie opens to Akpors proposing to his girlfriend Bola (Funke Akindele) during a live concert. She accepts his proposal, and the couple decides to travel to Atlanta to visit Abigail (Nse Ikpe-Etim) and her wealthy husband, who is referred to as Big man (Dan Davies). During their visit, an unexpected turn leads to a family trip to Jamaica.
The movie also features Chris Attoh, Eric Roberts, Paul Campbell, Rebecca Silvera, Patoranking, Cynthia Morgan and Ras Kimono.
"A Trip to Jamaica" is a mediocre comedy movie which offered me two moments of laughter, when I should have been losing count. Sadly, the anticipated comedy m ... Read Full Review