Hold your breath for one of my cheesiest intro till date…
In the spirit of love, I bring you the review of the currently trending romantic comedy directed by fast-rising filmmaker LowlaDee.
The 60- minute Rom-Com is currently showing on YouTube for FREE so don’t go to my comment section grumbling about the time and money it’ll cost to invest in a worthy movie.
Talking about worthiness, this piece of mind work is a beautifully put together mix of humor, romance, impressive casting, and plotting.
Do yourself a favor; don’t think too much of the story, it’s Harlequin certified. Rather, focus on how seamlessly delivered your familiar hero and heroine turn out in Plan B while appreciating its brevity, apt humor and all that irresistible romance.
The Rom-Com opens to Lisa Waweru (Sarah Hassan) getting dumped by her boyfriend. Heartbroken, she sets out to drink her sorrow away and ends up in a hotel room after a drunken night of pleasure with an absolute stranger (Hottie) at the bar.
Accidental love stories like this make you want to intentionally get drunk and have a night of recklessness. You should try it and let me know 😁
Lisa soon discovers she’s expecting and the father is the stranger she hooked up with a few months back. The piece of delicious manness is Dele Coker ( Daniel Etim-Effiong), a rich Nigerian CEO based in Nairobi. Against her best judgment and all the wild advice from her best friend Joyce (Catherine Kamau -Karanja), Lisa sets out to get Mr. Most Wanted Bachelor to take responsibility for his germinating seed.
The conflict and resolution lead to the ultimate plot- the hero and heroine realize last minute that they’ll rather breathe in each other’s space.
During my 60-minute experience, I was itching to share how utterly impressed I was with the baby bump which was totally believable even more with the scene where she shows off her bare bump. Guess what? The filmmaker didn’t need a prosthetic bump as the lead actress is actually with child. Still processing my reaction to that…
Finally, Ugandan comedian, Kansiime Anne’s guest appearance was a little out of place but forgivable. It never hurts to see her goof around.