Film Review – Dinner

Mike is invited to Dinner by his childhood friend, Adetunde George, and he decides to take his latest girlfriend, Diane, along to spend the weekend with him.  Things get out of hand as soon as they arrive at Adetunde’s house and secrets begin to unravel. 

Think Best Man with an African twist; overall this is a well made film with pretty good acting.  I really like films with raw emotion scenes, which this had plenty of.  Although, if you’ve seen the Best Man, then the plot in this film becomes slightly unoriginal and a bit predictable. Nevertheless, it was well executed by a great acting cast.

This is simply one of the best Nollywood romance story I have seen in a long time.  The storyline is still captivating with its own set of plot twists. I really enjoyed this one, its a must watch.

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