* The directing of the movie was great, the perfect timing of some close shots, the well organized extras amidst location of the movie. No doubt a campus like OAU controlling the extras to fit into the movie scenes was a kudos. Kunle Afolayan is a man of many talents.
* The locations used in the movie were diverse, despite the major premise set around the OAU campus, we got a feel of Yoruba, French and portuguese vibes in Nigeria, Senegal and Cape verde respectively.
* Casting is another plus for this movie, you get to see Gabriel Afolayan actually show some karate flexibility, Temi Otedola portrays this brilliant young lady who gets caught up in the web of a smart manipulative Professor, a few other note worthy casts were Dr Awosika, Ini Edo the green snake.
* With the hype I expected a lot more from the story line, the story line felt jumped even for a 2hours plus movie. But that in fact makes it a good thing, when it comes to University, you'd be in and out of relationship like sleeping and waking up.
I also felt Temi Otedola couldn't really bring her character to life where it mattered. Her first step at acting and it's not all that bad but at some point in the storyline I was begging to feel her pain, to feel hurt for being assaulted but I just couldn't. A few waterworks could have done it for me.