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Today’s review is done by CinemaMoviePointer.com
Synopsis: Jimi Disu is a washed-up lawyer now in his fifties, who co-founded a leading law firm in Lagos many years ago is
approached by a young, enthusiastic, law school graduate to help defend
her friend who has been unfairly fired because he is an albino.
Throwing Jimi Disu back into the ring to battle his old law firm.
Verdict: Exceptional! Powerful! Fantastic! Nollywood
brings its A-Game to reckon. ‘The Tribunal’ is a conceited chest-beating
exhibition of acting prowess- A true Nollywood marvel. Beware. The
acting, the passion, and the fervour; will blow you into a million
pieces. They will have to mop you off the floor.
With near perfect execution ‘The Tribunal is exceedingly satisfying. It
pleases its audience from start to finish. Not a dull moment to be had.
And so, looking around, one will be hard-pressed to find a single
dissatisfied face in the audience.
Rather, what you see is an audience captivated in a symphony of
absorption, paying rapt attention in beautiful silence. One can almost
feel the intensity. And taste the anticipation. And then, without
warning, thunderous laughter and machine-gun clapping sporadically fill
the hall. Yet, ‘The Tribunal’ is no comedy.
It tells a very serious story with simplicity and forcefulness all at
once. ‘The Tribunal’ is a solid drama. A definite “must-see”, with
boastful precision, Kunle Afolayan manages to turn simple legal
proceedings into tempestuous Mortal Kombat; a fight to the death.
Absolutely recommended. Bravo!
See trailer (HERE)