Adams Apples: Confessions
NR ReviewGenre: Drama
Chris blasts his mother-in-law over her daughter’s irresponsible behavior. If only he knew how close Baaba was to finding out his sins! Mrs. Adams is now forced to discipline her apples on the dangers of keeping secrets. She stands the chance of losing her career however, if she practices what she preaches.
Michelle does her best to cook and host the perfect little dinner. But the evening has more in store for her, when it becomes a feast of lies, threats, and a violent clash between one tough lady and her old flame. One other lesson to learn- if you can’t take the heat, then get out of the kitchen.
-Story: [5 out of 5] …the drama continues
-Originality: [4 out of 5] Thrilling
-Predictability: [3 out of 5] Comme si, comme ca
-Directing/Editing: [5 out of 5] Shirley. Frimpong. Manso
-Acting quality: [4 out of 5] The farther we go into it, the more skilled the actors appear. Soul Knight Jazz who pissed me off in previous parts has suddenly become tolerable and almost… very good. John Dumelo put serious effort into this character and even a blind man can see it. However, the actress who plays the role of Aseye can still do more to be convincing. I’m a bit ‘afeared’ especially since it appears she might become more predominant in Chapter 8 but we’ll see…
-Setting: [5 out of 5] Beautiful
-Costume/Make-Up: [5 out of 5] I am just too ‘in awe’ of the costumes in this movie… hence, the reason I dug out a video about the outfits in the movie… (embedded after snippet)
-Props and Graphics: [5 out of 5] On Point
-Video Quality: [5 out of 5] Good
-Audio Quality [3 out of 5] Good
-Musical Score: [5 out of 5] Phenomenal