• I liked jet li's Zhang wuji with shadiness to his character. I was really looking forward to the sequel when I was a kid but now, I think that it is best left untouched. No one can replace Chingmy and Sharla. Will give this one a miss.
  • That is sad to hear. I hope they will heal as a family.
  • He is lucky to have two filial sons. I hope everything goes well for the family. I went through my childhood with gambling uncles accumulating legal and illegal debt. It is very hard to deal with especially if the neighbours know about it.
  • I don't mind. I'll give him a chance before deciding. You never know his potential until you let him have a go.
  • I actually prefer Alice and Eddie to be a couple and they more on par on the acting level. Eddie and Sharon did a series together before and I thought they looked boring together. Looking forward to this pairing.
  • I think Mat was doing great until he started leading series. He did well in supporting grey boundary roles before. To be fair, the series that he has been leading has not been well written. His lead roles are blandly written and the series are clichéd. I feel that if tvb gave Mat a more challenging role in series like Brutally Young, he will do much better. As for his DUI, I don't like it. Hopefully he learned to be more careful and responsible in the future.
  • I never liked Samantha but I have noticed a huge improvement in her acting. She is probably not best lead actress material yet but in supporting roles she has proven herself in emotional scenes. And she has been practicing on her accent hard and her enunciation is much better now.
  • I don't get why people expect every country to act the same. Some countries have different rules and values. Accept it and work with it if you want their market. If you don't then move along to another market.
  • I have no idea of what the story is about after watching the trailer.
  • My friend got married in the pandemic as they had set the date which was meaningful to them. They did the signing at the registrar with one patient each and then zoomed everyone else to dinner at home. It was lovely even though we could not physically attend.
  • I feel that her acting has improved but her voice is not emotive when doing emotional scenes.
  • I feel that there is no one-size-fits-all model for marriage. No one knows how the marriage is apart from Yoyo and Vincent themselves, The rest are just speculations made by the media. My parents had spent a lot of time apart during the work years, I only saw dad once a week (or less) until he retired a few weeks ago. Over the years, a lot of friends and family make horrible and nosy suggestions that my dad was cheating and that my mum should find another man while she was still young and the marriage was a sham they were keeping to save face. None of them knows what was really going and how my parents got along. Some people need their spouse everyday. But both my parents are fiercely independent and function fine when alone or when together. Different people need different relationships and interactions. We are all outsiders in someone else's marriage. We can make comments but unless they both announce that their marriage is over, people should mind their own business. The paparazzi create these stories because people react to them,
  • A lot of dramas have similar storylines but I think this dramas executes much better than the ones the article is comparing with. 10 EPs have been cut out of this dramas but it still flows better than Princess Weiyoung. And the acting is much better and it does not drag. It has very nice choreography for fighting and dancing. The comments I hear in the forums is that they feel Qin Hao is old but his age suits his character. I think some people are used to having twentyish idols as leads and cannot get used to other options even though it suits the story better. I am glad that Li Qin is leading. She gives her role lots of personality. I like this drama very much. Eddie Cheung is in this as well. Songs are nice as well.
  • @elizabeth Yes this guy seems very confused and does not know what he wants.
  • @elizabeth I agree and if he did abuse her, he will pay for it. Abusers of any kind are truly evil and deserve to be punished. However, if he did not and she is falsely accusing him, then she should take the rap for it as well. I hope her mental and psychological health improves and that she can move on and find someone better. Yes, this series does not sound too appealing anyways. I bet it would flop even if these allegations did not come to light.
  • Mandy is a nice person. She has been through illness herself and probably understands how helpless and scared when being sick. Glad she has been there for Jack. I love seeing them on screen.
  • I do feel that the timing of the news was planned to cause damage, but if domestic abuse did happen, then he needs to take the rap for it because it is not right. By just reading this article, it seems that he is only concerned about his ratings. But there could be more to the story. I'll wait and see what other stuff gets revealed. But I hope his ex-wife physical and emotional health improves. Besides, the story of this series is not special so the ratings may be bad anyway. He and Dilireba have no chemistry and the love story is a cliche about people who falling love after sharting an apartment.
  • I like Moon. She works hard, she gets along with her costars and tries to stay out of gossip. Her acting is stable and when it comes to emotional scenes I feel she delivers. She is not overly stunning but she is comfortable to look at. When she speaks, she seems like a smart lady who knows what she wants.
  • That is weird since Moon and Jeannie are very good friends. I am glad that Grace and Moon refused him. The guy seems lost on what he wants.
  • I didn't like her at first but she is growing on me. I think it is OK to ask family and friends for money if you come across difficult times, as long as you don't take it for granted and repay it when your financial conditions improve. Children should take care of their parents but it doesn't have to always be financial. Parents shouldn't expect to get paid X amount of money from their kids if their kids come into hard times. And you don't stop being your parent's kid after you turn 18 so I think it is normal for parents to help their kids out if they have the money around. It all depends on the relationship and trust and not on the sense of entitlement. No need to fit every family into a flowchart.
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