Walk In the Dark 2 - Part 2

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Movie Synopsis:

Sequel to Lonely Walk. Features: Van Vicker, Ngozi Ezeonu, Mercy Johnson, Pete Edochie.


Movie Reviews:

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chelsea

5/23/2011 11:08:52 PM

NICE MOVIE ... BUT IS THERE A CONTINUETION???

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ogyno84

5/24/2011 12:21:16 AM

gud job well done.now i ve more respect for mercy..she is really talented.... van...well i m not too suprised pete...he is always got it in d bag ngozi......no mother actor can ever do it like her,bt watsup wt d ear piercings...ds alot for a mum thurr

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glaine

5/24/2011 4:15:24 AM

The actors done well in this movie. Peter Edochie is one of the best of Nollywood in playing conflicting characters ( i mean in term of social, political, cultural, or faith for that matter). Pete is really an awesome actor. Ngozi also has a great sense of personality which makes it easy when she is

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Cece

5/24/2011 3:02:26 PM

Very nice!

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natasha

5/25/2011 7:05:35 PM

wonderful movie. me like ooo!!!

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edouskoudou

5/25/2011 4:08:08 PM

. Jesus is a miracle God.Very good movie

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Jitor

5/28/2011 6:16:28 PM

Excellent movie! I love it.

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joystar636

5/29/2011 11:37:25 AM

Excellent movie! Spell binding. Very good story line Good casting..

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angel

5/25/2011 5:43:09 PM

This is an excellent movie should deserve an award for all the good the characters very well picked and good storyline that keeps one in suspence ,Mercy good job always playing her part well you and Van are good together ngozi you will go places very well done Pete a man with a great policy ,guys I

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toyin

6/22/2011 11:31:31 PM

good movie and even better acting......:)

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sparkle

6/25/2011 9:48:13 PM

one of d best movies ive seen in a long while....luved it

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sweet16

5/30/2011 12:23:18 AM

woooooooooooowwwwwww...what else can I say? all I have to say is thankz to all of U. Very brilliant and excellent movie....KUDOOOOOO to all of U.

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aesther8@hotmail.com

5/24/2011 11:14:20 PM

what else can i say? good movie,professional actors,storyline excellent.no naked scene. this is a movie u can watch with ur family. thanks 4 posting.

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nikki

5/25/2011 6:27:15 PM

stupid..boring and slow

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jessrocks

5/29/2011 3:59:25 PM

great moovie

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SEXYRED123

6/13/2011 7:28:49 PM

THIS MOVIE WAS OUTSTANDING, JOB WELL DONE.

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reen

7/31/2011 5:24:32 AM

wow..........best i have eva seen, Pete is bak,love it

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wen mo

6/7/2011 3:12:04 AM

Good movie... I just wished it was fully completed. I was left wanting in the end....All lose ends should be tied up..Otherwise, nice storyline as compared to many African movies..

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nicelady143

9/2/2011 8:29:11 AM

Nice one

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lovelysand

6/18/2011 1:00:06 AM

this movie is so good....love it love it love it........goood job Guys....

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GIA

6/8/2011 10:36:10 PM

B E U T I F U L L thts all i can say.

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gift4real

6/17/2011 10:12:51 AM

WOW!!!...I ENJOYED EVERY BEAT OF THIS MOVIE!

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onecynt3085

9/10/2011 12:09:11 AM

Very good movie. Great acting Mercy and Van !!

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Radiancedi

11/10/2011 8:05:23 AM

Very entertaining. Loved all the mothers: Typical wonderful African mothers, elegant and beautiful. Even the not so nice one with her lingo... Nice settings: from the homes to the hospitals. The first hospital that I had seen that made me believe, yes if I am sick, I will be okay. The Doctor talk

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mildred thompson

10/13/2012 1:51:17 PM

Nice movie I love it but I would like to see the continuation

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mildred thompson

10/13/2012 1:55:46 PM

I love this movie I would like to see the continuations of this






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