Adams Apples: Showdown
NR ReviewGenre: Drama
A mysterious gentleman consults secretly with Jennifer. Is he connected to her mother’s plot to get rid of Michele and have Albert all to herself? More scheming goes on, with a crook and an unforgiving temptress teaming up to destroy one struggling marriage. They may even succeed sooner than expected, as Chris nears the truth about his dishonest wife.
Kukua’s dilemma hits the roof when she sets off unbelievable commotion in the office. But home is no haven either, as it threatens to become a hot warzone. And when she returns to work to smooth things out with Denu, who better to charge in and claim her man, than the all-new and improved Aseye? Chidi was right after all- it’s showdown in little Tokyo!
-Story: [5 out of 5] It honestly just gets better and better. The dark side of everyone is coming out. This is the conniving chapter. Almost everyone has a devious and conniving plot against another character.
-Originality: [3 out of 5] Fairly
-Predictability: [3 out of 5] Comme si, comme ca
-Directing/Editing: [5 out of 5] Shirley. Frimpong. Manso
-Acting quality: [4 out of 5] Let me focus in today on someone other than the major character. That is, let me take my gaze off the Adams and their immediate co-stars… let’s move to those whose names are barely mentioned. Let’s talk about Gerald (Fred Kanebi), let’s talk about Chidi (Fiifi Coleman), let’s talk about o so hot Dr. Nate (Vincent Stein), about Eric (Senanu Gbedaw), about Aseye (Adelaide F. Baah), about Ivy (Helen Asante)… o for Pete’s sake let us talk about FOO (Vincent Maccauley). Omo see me see character name o lol. For the longest, I thought they were calling the poor boy fool. You might remember Vincent McCaulay from the movie “My sister’s honor“, back then I thought he was forced. “And now?” you may ask… well I still think he’s a bit forced but after 3 years, let’s just say he’s not as forced. Most outstanding performances amongst those listed would have to be from Fiifi Coleman as Chidi and Senanu Gbedaw as Eric. Coming in as a close next would be Fred Kanebi as Gerald and then Vincent Stein as Dr. Nate. Followed by Helen Asante as Ivy… Aseye though… I mean she doesn’t suck but she’s not as strong as the rest however, she is still doing a decent enough job. Guest appearance by Zynell Lydia Zuh. As a side note though, did Yvonne Okoro seriously drink her blood in that hospital scene? Hmm… Baaba is on some vampire ish
-Setting: [5 out of 5] Amazingly captures the beauty of Ghana
-Costume/Make-Up: [5 out of 5] Ah! Naa Ashorkor’s braids though… I don’t think there’s anything this lady could wear that I wouldn’t praise lol.
-Props and Graphics: [5 out of 5] On Point
-Video Quality: [5 out of 5] Great
-Audio Quality [4 out of 5] Good
-Soundtrack: [5 out of 5] List of songs used: 1) El - Temptations 2) El & Nii – Forever [above] 3) Osibisa – Welcome Home & Five 4)Irene Logan – My Mind Dey 5) Amakye Dede – Kanea Mane
-Musical Score: [5 out of 5] Phenomenal
“Baby don’t cry.
I wanna see you dry your eyes.
And we’re gonna make it through…
just me and you.
We’re gonna make it work”
“I said baby don’t cry,
won’t you please just dry your eyes.
And there will be no more tears and no more fear.
And you will be in my heart…. FOREVER!”
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