Charlie Steel has to rescue a friend’s daughter. While observing local gangs, he pieces together how the girl was kidnapped. Now, he works his way through the gang members until he finds the perp. The film wants to play with how love is going to save the day, but it plays like a low-rent version of Taken at times. Given the shorter nature of the film, there isn’t a lot of time wasted on motivation. This is why I love Nollywood.
Hell, any region’s first wave of films will show an insane amount of imagination before the actor effect takes hold. Sure, I like realistic dialogue too. It’s just that I also miss it when cinema was straight forward.