Adams Apples: Rescue Mission
NR ReviewGenre: Drama
POSITIVES:Too many positive things about the series make it hard to single one out
Baaba finally settles on building a life with Eric. The two of them start afresh with a romantic candle-lit dinner which ends up in a rude awakening from a rejected rival that will shock Baaba back to her senses.
Kukua gets caught in a scalding crossfire when Gerald and his trusted therapist clash at Jennifer’s door, while Mrs. Adams goes to seek her son’s compassion and support for the ailing Jennifer. Albert may however need more than a forgiving spirit to prepare him for the bigger bombshell around the corner that could change his life, Ivy’s and Michelle’s forever.
In this penultimate chapter, one woman’s downfall will lead to a voyage of discovery, reunion and an astonishing revelation that will remind all that the story is not yet over.
-Story: [4 out of 5] …the drama continues… IN LONDON!
-Originality: [3 out of 5] Comme si, comme ca
-Predictability: [3 out of 5] Well… I could tell that Jennifer was going to be… Oh! I probably shouldn’t spill
-Directing/Editing: [5 out of 5] No qualms here, lol
-Acting quality: [3 out of 5] Guest appearance by Ebi Bright who in my opinion was overacting
-Setting: [5 out of 5] Beautiful
-Costume/Make-Up: [5 out of 5] Amazing
-Props and Graphics: [5 out of 5] On Point
-Video Quality: [4 out of 5] Good
-Audio Quality [3 out of 5] Good
-Soundtrack: [5 out of 5] I think I just might love Amakye Dede… No! Seriously, the first time I heard of him was in yet another Shirley Frimpong movie (The Perfect Picture). And in this movie, one of his songs was constantly played in the background (Odo Dabaabi)… Ah! Yup… I think I just left the ‘desi’ (indian) phase of my life… Hello! Ghanaian phase. (Watch! Very soon I’ll start reviewing Twi films lol)
-Musical Score: [4 out of 5] Phenomenal