Nollywood Movie Review: This is the review is part 3 and 4 of the movie. In Nigeria and the UK this movie’s part 1&2 is called Wise In Laws. In the USA this movie’s Parts 1&2 is being marketed as Best Honeymoon. I watched the VCD from Nigeria. If it is the first parts that you want to read the review, then click on Wise In Law’s Movie Review. This review is an add on to the Wise-In Laws One, and the synopsis is over there too.
Nollywood Movie review: Three friends make a pact that when the time comes for tRem to be married each of them will get to “test” each others wife’s to be beforehand. Bright played by Seun Akindele first offers his friends Philip and Steven his girlfriend to be “tested” and his two friends willingly oblige. The problem comes when Philip played by Majid Michel is thinking about marrying his girlfriend Stella. He is reminded of the pact but balks at the idea, not wanting to hear of any such thing. Bright feels afflicted and vows to “test drive” Stella, played by Ufuoma Ejenobor by any means necessary. Will he get to carry out his vow?
Timi and Harold have been married for 4 years and are parents to a little boy called David. David, however is not Timi’s biological son, although she has been raising him as such. The relationship becomes rocky when David’s real mother returns to Nigeria from the US after being diagnosed with cancer. Harold’s daily visits to the hospital become a source of discord within the relationship, and Timi feeling insecure in the relationship turns elsewhere.
Tekena played by Jim Iyke wants to marry Kayla, played by Genevieve Nnaji but finds it difficult to come to terms with her incessant drinking and smoking. He does not feel that she is domesticated enough for him, but is madly in love with her nevertheless. Kayla is being nagged by Tekena until she reaches breaking point. She leaves him for a little “space” not informing anyone as to her whereabouts. She is also refusing to answer calls.