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N-Secure: Movie Review

Updated on December 1, 2010


Written by producers, Julius Lewis and Christie Taylor, directed by David M. Matthews, N-Secure is an indie film and gritty tale of Black relationships and how one man's jealous ways and tormented past with women leads into a circle of false love, controversy and deceit. The N-security immediately begins with David Alan Washington portrayed by Cordell Moore, who is a successful, business man deeply in love with Robyn Joyner, Essence Atkins (How High, Deliver Us From Eva). But, when demands are made for wedding plans by David without a proper proposal to Robyn, not only does she reveals not being in love with him and she was raised from a poor family, which seems to be the main reason she's with David, Robyn has a dirty little secret involving something precious of her best friend, Jill, Tempestt Bledsoe (The Cosby Show). This offsets the trust between Robyn and Jill as well as adds fuel to the fire of David's wrath. Briefly getting over his failed commitment, David is in search for new love. Its unlikely to say its for better or worse...

The new love happens to be of David's secretary's cousin, Tina Simpson portrayed by Denise Boutte (Why Did I Get Married), a sexy, new employee working in the same firm as David. David and Tina hook up with chemistry building faster than money. Little does Tina know, she's in for a shocking surprise as she gets the bulk of David's abuse, mentally, emotionally, and physically. It could be anything from not being early to meet David for a gathering of such as he has a strict, time constraint and becomes redundant in a few scenes of the film, breaking down mathematically, Tina's whereabouts, arrivals and departures. If someone else is possibly in the picture, David sees to it, its just him and Tina as she tries her best to ensure it.

When tragedy, betrayal and an unexpected birth occurs, Tina is in the fight for her life. Although she's in love with David and feels he's a beautiful man, despite his anger, Tina has to decide whether she will be controlled or in control. David's paranoia causes scenarios of who will get played and who will come out victorious? It can deteriorate friendships. It might can save lives.

N-Secure lacks production wise and should have probably gone straight to DVD. Still, the movie has an ensemble cast including Lamann Rucker, Elise Neal, Nephew Tommy, and more. The storyline is kind of different from the usual obsessions and fatal attractions. If you're a fan of movies such as G and The Best Man, N-Secure is a pretty good, interesting film to see. N-Secure will appeal more to couples trying to get their first date in.

©2010, Alphonso Taylor. All rights reserved. No republication of this material, in any form or medium, is permitted without express permission of the author.


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    • Alphonso Taylor profile imageAUTHOR

      Alphonso Taylor 

      4 years ago from Washington, DC

      Yes, it was in selected theaters, when it was released in 2010.

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      4 years ago from north miami FL

      Was this in the theater?


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