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Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha
Started well.....drifts off to a different direction
Compared to some Nollywood movies, New money does a great job at introducing each character, setting the stage for the actors and getting the story going.
However, just after the true plot is unveiled, the movie takes an unrealistic turn and spirals towards a very impractical and confusing path.
The characters we are introduced to suddenly seem different, constantly making decisions we can't help but question. Sadly, we get no answers as the movie dawdles on, throwing in a ton of unnecessary clichés here and there right to the end.
The acting is the only thing praiseworthy in this movie. Jemima Osunde, Kate Henshaw and Falz were by far the best performers while the other supporting actors are commendable too.
In fact, the cast is one of the constant reminders that you're still watching the same movie, the other being the repetitive soundtrack.
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