Last Flight to Abuja
|Last Flight to Abuja|
|Directed by||Obi Emelonye|
|Music by||Luke Corradine|
|Cinematography||James M. Costello|
|Edited by||Ben Nugent|
Nollywood Film Factory
|Box office||₦57,050,000 (domestic gross)|
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Last Flight to Abuja is a 2012 Nigerian thriller disaster film written by Tunde Babalola, directed and produced by Obi Emelonye, and starring Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Hakeem Kae-Kazim and Jim Iyke. Shot in Lagos, the film received 5 nominations at the 2013 Africa Movie Academy Awards, winning the category "Best film by an African based abroad".
- Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde - Suzie
- Hakeem Kae-Kazim - Adesola
- Ali Nuhu - Dan
- Jim Iyke - David
- Anthony Monjaro - Aircraft captain
- Uru Eke - Air hostess
- Tila Ben - Passenger
- Jide Kosoko - Chief Nike
- Celine Loader - Captain Seye
- Uche Odoputa - Efe
- Jennifer Oguzie - Yolanda
- Samuel Ajibola -
- Ashaju Oluwakemi -
- Nneka J. Adams
Last Flight to Abuja received mixed reviews. Praised for its cinematography and music score, most critics stated that the CGI and visual effects left a lot to be desired. The film grossed ₦8,350,000 in its opening weekend with an attendance of 9,638, and went ahead to gross ₦24,000,000 in its first week, topping the chart in west African cinemas and beating Hollywood movies such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Think Like a Man, The Avengers and Madagascar 3. It was released in many cities, including Lagos and London, where it was rated at 4 stars by Odeon cinemas.
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