Most of us didn’t get to enjoy these movies we are about to talk about the way we had hoped.
Yes, they were nice, they cracked us up and we even went on talking about the movies for days after watching them.
If you’re like us, then you had your own favourite character and even mimicked them.
Those Junior High School and Primary school days were just awesome, huh?
However, most of us got to watch a lot of the movies we loved on either VCD or the DVD and damn, didn’t we hate the scratches that came with them?.
Y’all remember those days of the CD bag and all those solutions you’re supposed to wipe the CD with, just to avoid the dreaded morale killing scratches?
If you hated the scratches as much as we did, then you’d be glad there is iFlix.
The video streaming site has collected a vast array of old movies onto their platform that you can watch without the stress of scratches.
iFlix’s unique ability to allow seamless streaming and the ability to download videos to be watched offline is the lifesaver we needed a decade ago.
Do y’all remember rivalry between General Maximus (Russel Crowe) and Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) who killed his father the Roman Emperor out of jealousy to claim the throne?
Yes, we love Gladiator and we bet you do too.
You can watch it here.
Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx and Jada Pinkett Smith sharing the screen in Collateral was worth watching on the CD.
The story of an assassin going on a killing spree to wipe out witnesses to a crime is just captivating to watch. Yes, all those action gun scenes.
Watch it here and thank us later.
A lot goes on in the barbershop and thanks to Ice Cube, we got to see it in our homes. There’s nothing much to be said about this movie here. You just want to watch it.
But as it is said, what men can do, women can do better. So after Ice Cube’s Barbershop, there was Queen Latifah’s Beauty Shop.
Who needs some hair crack? IFlix got you.
Get Rich or Die Tryin’
Today, 50 Cent is producing his hit show, Power, but in 2005 it was all about Get Rich or Die Tryin’.
50 Cent used the power of the movie screen to tell us about his troubled childhood and his rise to becoming one of the biggest selling hip-hop artistes in America.
Just in case you need a refresher on how the 50 Cent brand all started.
Madea’s Family Reunion
A little dose of Madea is just what we need all the time. But the CD pausing all the time made watching this movie just annoying.
We have the rare opportunity of watching it play and enjoying Madea display in “Madea’s Family Reunion”.
You can never get tired of Tyler Perry’s Madea. Never…