What makes 30 days in Atlanta thick is seeing AY represent Warri and in essence Nigeria in America. The set is Atlanta and AY brings all the elements of a Warri guy into that. It takes more than 30 days of (AY) Akpors’ adventures in Atlanta to be entertained by this flick.
Every Nigerian audience of this movie can aspire to command respect and kick it with the best of them in Yankee after seeing Akpos (AY) enjoy a good kiss with Clara (Lynn Whitfield) and Kimberly (Karlie Redd). That is not all, AY’s role as the executive producer and the lead character of the movie which parades the likes of Vivica Fox is assuring to the Nigerian audience who dreams big; if AY can do it, another home boy or home girl can.
The story begins in Nigeria when Akpos (AY) discovers he is a lucky winner of a trip to Atlanta in America for 30 days with all expenses made. Akpos a bachelor chooses his cousin Richard (Ramsey Nouah) to accompany him on the trip initially designed for couples.
The good news hits home as Ese (Mercy Johnson) Richard’s ex- girlfriend from Warri tries to find her way back to Richard’s life. A heartbroken Richard refuses to reconcile with Ese who will stop at nothing to get her man back.
The Akpos’ jokes are given flesh at every opportunity in this comedy and Akpos (AY) is indeed funny as he exhibits his culture shock from the airplane to every other scene in Atlanta city, it only gets funnier. And the audience is not spared of the “WARRI” overdose.