• I'm pretty sure everyone knows about Chin Ka Lok and Chin Siu Ho. I mean, they even look the same. When I was little, I couldn't tell them apart.
  • He had a lack of facial expressions but I guess his character was little stoic too. I've always found him a little wooden, such as back in Come Home Love. He's still has time to improve. Maybe next time he can have a better "breakout role".
  • @mihk1994 Although I agree that she needs to be careful and be more protective of herself but the way you've written the comment seems like you are making this her own fault. Your comment is deeply upsetting me. The lesson should not be to look after her drinks, the lesson should be that people need to stop spiking other's drinks and raping them. Some one can be an absolute s**t and sleep with 99 people but if she says no to the 100th person and they still forced themselves upon him/her, that is sexual assault. They could be stripped naked and arousing the other but if they says no then no one is allowed to touch her. I am actually proud that she stepped up to question the authorities and the way they work. She seems like someone who knows her rights. Also, Cosby and Holtzclaw's mistake was being a rapist.
  • I thought Benz already left in 2017. Lol. Gonna miss him, Florence (aka queen of sitcoms). Roger... I like him but his recent roles haven't been great. I think after "Black Heart White Soul" he keeps getting the manipulative villain role. Rosina left just as she's getting promoted to lead actress. Bad move girl. Well Linda was basically gone after she got married. Eliza did look really skinny (the unhealthy kind) in recent years so she deserves a break. And we deserve a break from her. I liked Raymond during his sitcom era but I didn't like his performance in Exorcist at all. I've seen him in some movies and I think he does alot better.
  • @birdy2415 I agree...but in this business when they are constantly having to put in emotions when acting, it's pretty hard to switch off when director says 'cut'. Vincent and yoyo were so hot before they got married...it would be a pity if they split.
  • @potatochip Totally agree. Kids change as they grow up anyway. Even if they don't look like their parents or are the ugliest kid in town, the parents should love them regardless. These reporters are so shallow.
  • @janet72 Good looking and surrounded by good looking people is not an excuse for unfaithfulness. The same can be said for Yoyo. She's pretty and in the entertainment business.
  • @iciel I agree with you, but at the same time, that's the whole point. The usually stern Linda, becoming a school girl and having the whole "first love" experience. Quite a comedic way to show how love can change a person.
  • @llwy12 Yes, all three who won the Most Professional Artiste Award deserved to win. But only because they deserved to win anyway. They are basically those who missed out on awards before even though they should have won. It's a consolation prize for their collective efforts over the many years. It would be a nice surprise if either of them win a Supporting Role award. This award feels like a "thank you for your work, your not gonna get a proper award so heres one just to show we know you exist" - it is the only one where all winners are truly deserving because they are all veterans who missed out.
  • @birdy2415 Yes, the professional artist award is consolation prize, but seeing that’s the ONLY award that gives recognition to long-time veterans, it’s better than not getting any recognition at all. All 3 winners of that award 100% deserved it without question and I’m super happy for them (and in my opinion, Timothy Cheng gave the best speech of the night). For me, that’s the only award I look forward to every year because it’s the only chance for me to see all the beloved veterans I grew up with get their 15 minutes of well-deserved fame at the awards.
  • Wow, I didn't expect Joe Ma to win. I always thought he would forever be in the "Ma curse" (always nominated but never win, like Kenneth Ma and Steven Ma). But I wouldn't give it to him for this role. My favourite performance from him might be in Smooth Talker. Expected Ali, Kenneth, Alice, Matthew, Crystal, Edwin & Raymond to win the awards they did. Pleasantly surprised at Mandy. I thought they were gonna give it to one of the girls they're promoting but good for her. Didn't expect Oscar to win at all. He's a good actor but his role wasn't that impactful. I almost forgot he even had a drama this year. Angelina Lo's award is basically a consolation prize. I'm not happy with the winner, but not as upset as last year. Probably because none of the nominees feel really deserving of the reward.
  • I didn't like this series when I watched it but I applaude it for it's creativity and "outlandishness" as they call it.
  • @birdy2415 Even her pageant photos show monolids. Besides, her creases are so prominent and large that it seems like they were altered to achieve such results.
  • Well, you can't compare her pubescent photo. When I was younger I had thiner eyes and mono lids. Now my eyes look bigger and I have double lids. Never had surgery. I don't even wear make up. But in her beauty pageant photo, she's already developed. Also I don't understand why people still call it "baby fat". Normally baby fat sheds off at 18. I think that's just plain old "fat" (not calling her unhealthy or anything).
  • This series... I have mixed feelings. On one hand, the slice of life element is really good. I like how relatable it is. You can tell that the producers put some effort in the script and the filming as it feels alot better than the other TVB series out out this year. On the other, it lacks story and motivation. I don't know where the series is going. This is certainly not a law drama, it's a slice of life centring around lawyers so I don't know why it's being advertised as law drama.
  • @ledge What are you on about? Kenneth & Edwin were leads.
  • Haven't watch: Succession War, The Stunt, Stealing Seconds, Threesome, Another Era, Fist Fight. Not Aired: Wife Interrupted, Learning Curve of a Warlord So none of these included To be honest, a lot of these nominations are pretty crap. My picks: Best Drama Life on the Line Best Actor 1. Lau Kong for The Forgotten Valley 2. Carlos Chan for Daddy Cool 3. Wayne Lai for Daddy Cool 4. Ben Wong for OMG, Your Honour Best Actress Louisa So for The Forgotten Valley Ali Lee for Who Want's a Baby? Most Popular Male TV Character Carlos Chan as Chung Ting-kwok in Daddy Cool Most Popular Female TV Character Alice Chan as Princess Taiping in Deep in the Realm of Conscience Best Supporting Actor 1. Bob Cheung for Life on the Line 2. Tsui Wing for Who Wants a Baby? (I think he did better in his guest appearance in Forgotten Valley though) Best Supporting Actress Zoie Tam for The Forgotten Valley Angelina Lo for Who Wants a Baby? Mandy Lam for Come Home Love: Lo and Behold
  • @birdy2415 Yeh. Square Pegs is not a good series and certainly won’t go down as a classic but it’s all about the individual performances when it comes to awards and it was a massive breakthrough for Roger. I agree that he can’t really win it again for the same exact role and acting method. Kwong Wah was damn unlucky though 2001-2004 had very strong performances and deserved winners. Feel the timeline of a Kwong Wah would have been different if he had won. Of all the previous ATV actor/actresses it might be controversial for me to say but there had only been a handful, who really put effort into developing their acting. Alex Man,Kwong Wah etr...
  • @jimmyszeto Yeah, last year was his best opportunity, but in retrospect, I don't his performance in Exorcist's Meter wasn't THAT amazing if compared to previous TV king winners, but it was great considering today's standards, which is why I thought he had a chance, but unfortunately I will have to agree that Vincent was better than him. In defence of Roger, he did very well in Square Pegs. Just because the drama was cheap, it doesn't deny Roger's acting skills. Kwong Wah was just unlucky that year. But Roger's second win for the same role feels cheap.
  • @birdy2415 Kenneth's best opportunity was last year in 'The Exorcist's Meter. It was a big year for him because he also did well in 'My Dearly Sinful Mind'. I felt he knew it was his last big chance and for once he really wanted the award but it was not meant to be. It reminds me of 2003 when Kwong Wah had a flawless gem of a performance in 'King of Yesterday and Tomorrow' but Roger takes the award for brilliant performance in cheap looking production 'Square Pegs'. With the emergence of young actors and veterans moving on to web series, Kenneth may never win the 'Best Actor' award unless TVB decides to hand out freebies like they did to Mandy and Ben this year. In 'Deep Beyond' Steven was much better than Kenneth so even having Kenneth nominated will be a bit of joke. Vincent was the better man last year and although his marriage rumours are a big turn off, it is quite obvious that his acting is also the best this year....
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