• @luye I actually didn't mind her in Airport Strickers because that was her character and she did pull it off. But I didn't really like her in Learning Curve either.
  • @eleven I'd like to see how Sisley performs in comedy as well because I dislike her in Airport Strikers & The Learning Curve of a Warlord, where she constantly had no emotions/resting face
  • Wow so Wong-Cho-Lam is what it takes for TVB to do a historical drama. I'm not a big fan of Wong Cho Lam's comedy, it's quite in-your-face for my liking (I'm probably too used to British humour). Oh ffs Sisley and Owen again. As much as I like this duo, I hope they do something different. They basically play the same character every time. Happy to know the Sisley is trying out a comedy. If she can pull it off it might turn down the controversy of her win.
  • Well I feel like she's getting harsh treatment. When compared to her predecessors, then yes she is not ready. She hasn't shown much versatility. But compared to the the nominees this year, her win can be justified. This is unlike Natalie's controversial win as she were Jessica, Nancy, Nina and Ali. IMO I think Katy is a more versatile actress but for some reason the characters she plays are not the most likable. Not sure it it's her lack of charisma or the poorly written roles.
  • @eleven I'm happy that TVB is finally giving awards to green leaves bc most of their acting is better than leads. Yes, there were many Best Non-Drama awards. Many of the shows were covid related, such as news reporting in areas impacted by covid. So maybe TVB wants to reward their staff's hard work during these difficult times. I agree that Brutally Young is better than Al Cappuccino.
  • LMAO this has got to be the funniest, most ridiculous award ever. It definitely wins points for entertainment value, I'm rolling on the floor! Al Cappuccino as best drama with zero plot! HKLS won best short drama, beating no one as nothing else was nominated! - tbf Vincent did a great job with the character and deserves the win, despide winning before as the same character (lol). - Sisley impressed me with her character and I also enjoyed her in AS and LW3. I still feel like Mandy is a more versatile actress, but I agree she didn't amaze me this year. Ali is the most deserving of BA though - Cash was a great character. - Fine with Owen winning fav character, didn't watch HKLS so can't judge Katy. - I'm okay with Winkie and Brian, but not sure how I feel about Angel. - REALLY surprised that Jason Pai won - TVB doesn't have a good history with awarding old green leaves. - Best Non-Drama seems to be everything lol Hmm maybe not as controversial as I thought. Just sad that DBZ or BY didn't get any awards...
  • @bubbles23 Well dunno if it counts since these were not direct sequels but Wayne in Rosy Business' as well as Roger Kwok as "Ah Wong" are basically the same character in a different setting.
  • @eleven Mandy is tie with Priscilla to me. She was good in Swipe Tap Love.
  • @eleven yup, that’s what I meant! It was the AI/techie stuff that was solving the mystery, not the police, forensic or the pathologist
  • @conan2209 I actually found that they did not show off the forensic procedures enough. The previous installments had explains the science and the deduction, show them reconstructing, models ect. Now they just show the characters swiping a few things on their fancy tablets and saying a whole bunch of jargon.
  • Please don't lol. How delusional must they be to not realise how bad the last installment was lmao.
  • @luye Oh definitely agree. I wrote this list in terms of a mixture of acting ability and and history in the industry. Relative to the rest of the nominees, in terms of history/status - Moses has been leading actor for years and have won before, much like Wayne. Although Vincent has won (and is better than Moses) he is still considered "young blood". And Raymond is victim of the "nominated but never won" curse. Most of the actresses are terrible which is why I didn't talk about them much. Acting-wise; Ali > Mandy > everyone but did get frozen for a while; Long-time popularity-wise; Selena > everyone but left TVB and played a boring character. Mandy is a bit of a mixture of skill and popularity so she might get it.
  • @eleven I dont think Moses is on the same category as Wayne & Michael. Raymond Lam & Vincent Wong are better actors than Moses imo. Honestly, all of the actresses you mentioned are far from BA level, except Ali. Agree that Selena's role was quite forgettable in FH4.
  • @eleven i bet they will give BA to Mandy, whether she is good or not does not matter. If you watched the anniversary show, she was the 1st actress (along with Natalie) to walk out in the opening. This only mean TVB has the intention to make her #1
  • @eleven but that's every good actor, everyone needs a good script independent of the acting. A good script can partially save bad acting but not the other way around. I think Wayne is doing well in selecting his projects. His depth in acting is unparalleled.
  • Wayne is exceptional, but i feel like him as a lead has reduced the variety of characters he plays. I miss the comedic, crude side of his characters. It's so boring seeing him play dramatic characters or serious boring characters. I always enjoy watching him, but he needs the right costars and script to go with it.
  • Well... can't say I'm suprised at how lackluster this list is lol. I didn't even watch most of these series this year so I can't really judge. Starting with best actor: Wayne, Moses and Michael are leagues above the rest so it wouldn't really be fair since the actual work they are nominated aren't even them at their best. I do think it's about time Michael won something though, he's played this character 3 times. Vincent already won for that same character so it's a bit of a cop out (not that TVB hasn't done it before). Again, not Raymond's best performance despite being comparatively better than most on this list. Despite Kenneth's ridiculous character, he actually did a really good job so I don't mind if he wins. Joel Chan, Owen Cheung - they stole the spotlight in their respective shows but not award worthy. Wait what series is Owen even nominated for? Didn't watch the rest. Best Actress: Mandy Wong & Ali Lee are the safest best. Mandy did good for a difficult character while Ali did exceptionally on an average character. Sisley Choi & Katy Kung impressed me but they are far from BA level. Selena was boring af in FH4.
  • Lol I am actually surprised this lasted so long. Am much as I enjoy watching it, there doesn't seem to be any long-tern developments with the characters in ages. I feel like the writers are really just going with the flow, and has no real ideas. 1000 episodes and all the characters are essentially in the same place.
  • Hmmmm, interesting premise. I'm glad that TVB is becoming more creative and experimental. Hopefully this won't be too cliche. The cast look a bit weak, except for Ali, but I tend to find that "green-leaf" actors tend to shine which will be nice to see them getting recognition.
  • @eleven a little lacking in plot (as in it's not that interesting)
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