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Today’s review is done by CinemaMoviePointer.com
man returns from prison, hoping to pick up the pieces of his life with
his wife and business. Things are not as he hopes when he begins to
suspect his wife of infidelity and with the business at stake,He calls
in an old friend who is a private investigator for help. A love triangle
ensue with everyone fighting for love and for money. Who will come out
Starring: Adesua Itomi, Uzor Arukwe, Chris Attoh, Tina Mba, Sika Osei.
Verdict: Artificial. And un-Nigerian. Watchable. But
terribly long. With just-above average acting, great production and an
unpredictable story that does a great job of disguising itself as
“predictable”, ‘In Line’ is through and through drama that seeks to
please and does. Especially, if you are a fan of ‘Tinsel’ the TV series. In which case you will most definitely enjoy it.
Because essentially, ‘In Line’ is Tinsel without the commercials. It’s like a two-hour long Tinsel marathon
that starts slow, gets a little ridiculous somewhere in the middle,
quickly recovers and then goes on to end with a really Big Bang! that is
hard not to love. The ending saves the day and more than makes up for
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