• Aww, he's cute but definitely looks girly like Eliza.
  • No more FHs! This last installment lost its spark and will never surpass the original in terms of storytelling and acting. I had no interest in keeping up with the series and only watched it to cure my boredom.
  • Maybe it's good she doesn't have any dramas lined up. Her acting is terrible and she has a permanent stressed face whenever the camera is on her. Watching her in FH4 has been so painful.
  • These netizens are so annoying; just because they don't like TVB doesn't mean they should eff with other people's ability to earn money.
  • @hazel Well... he said he has a slight cough
  • @hazel well...they just discovered that coronavirus can incubate for 20+ days in someone's body without any symptoms. so it's very likely that even healthy people are no longer safe anymore. they can look healthy, but not be. so as a preventative measure in case he's actually sick, i don't think it's a bad idea. but, he probably doesn't need it anyways, since mortality rate for babies right now is at a zero. meaning even if they were exposed, they seem to only get milder forms of the illness and recover much faster. likelihood of actual mortality is lower than if you're elderly or have a co-existing health problem.
  • People like him need to get educated on how masks work. If he's healthy then he doesn't need to wear a mask, especially if he's at home.
  • @hazel Wow you are thinking the HK movie industry is a ‘walk in as you wish’ job...
  • @wm2017 Go in to movies? It's obvious that she doesn't want to do TV anymore. TVB should let her leave if they aren't going to give her any dramas to film.
  • @hazel You are making it sound like she's at TVB for free? haha lol...And she goes where? In demand from which country?
  • I'm pretty sure she has enough money to sustain herself after years of working at TVB, but I wish that TVB would let her go already. She has paid her dues.
  • I think Stephy has really improved over the last couple of years. She, Charlene, and Fiona (if she actually gets serious about filming movies again) are the future movie queens of HK.
  • @anon I'm Canadian and I agree with you to a certain extent. We're not known for our media productions, but we're slowly improving. Kim's Convenience and Schitt's Creek are outliers. The spin off for Blood and Water is just to get her foot in the door. (TBH though, I think she should've left TVB sooner; she already won two major awards internationally.) My hope is that Selena can get casted for major productions in North America. She has the looks, talent, and ambition.
  • @llwy12 Sorry about my double comment! I submitted it the first time and it didn't go through so I thought I got flagged, but I totally agree with you. The irrationality from a lot of Hong Kongers have gotten to be so extreme! Where's the 人情味?What happened to staying united for Hong Kong? Oh right, only those who are pro-democracy are allowed to have a voice; others with different political stances and/or neutral are considered enemies. Like use your brains! These tactics are furthering the divide. I get livid when I see comments on Facebook posts from protesters or watch the news cause it's no longer just about the fight for democracy. A lot of them are bullying and pressuring others to justify their actions. It's appalling. Also this is off-topic, but do you know what happened to Asianfanatics? I went on the website at the end of last year and it's no longer there. :(
  • @hazel I completely agree with you! In principle, I also support what they are trying to fight for, but I 100% disagree with the tactics they are using, as it’s evolved to the point of being completely unreasonable, irrational, and downright absurd. I read about how some of the protestors actually opened champagne and celebrated when they found out some cops in HK contracted the coronavirus and I was like, WTF, this is what HK society has come to??? Yea, that situation with Chilam and his son being targeted was totally uncalled for. But in a way, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised, as even celebrities who are politically neutral and haven’t vocalized any support for either side are being irrationally bashed now for merely expressing gratitude to frontline doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus…it’s gotten to the point where donating medical supplies and face masks to medical workers or even telling doctors and nurses to “add oil” will bring about violent reactions from some Hong Kongers, who irrationally equate that to “supporting China”…. The lack of humanity in HK at the moment is absolutely appalling!
  • @hazel I like Shaun’s interrogations. It’s what police should do to pick off the answers from potential criminals. Makes a change from the TVB ‘I will talk to you as a friend’ or ‘ I will bash your brains if you don’t confess’ policemen....
  • The dialogue is pretty cringe in this series, especially Shaun Tam's interrogations.
  • @hazel I actually think Shaun is doing a better job in his role than Raymond & Selena. Shaun plays a convincing cop. As for Raymond, I cant help but compare him with Bobby! Bobby was able to portray his forensic scientist role a lot more natural
  • @boomer I agree too! The cases are not interesting or suspenseful enough. Most of the cast are terrible. Rebecca overreacts in every single scene (her eyes are always starring intensely at someone or something when she recites her dialogue and she speaks so unnaturally.) Same with Alice. All I can focus on are her bottom teeth when she speaks. If I'm being honest, she's the weakest out of all the ATV actresses. I know people say Ben Yuen is wooden when he acts, but I'd take him over Shaun Tam any day. Shaun is the literal embodiment of wood; emotionless and monotone. I probably wouldn't have watched this series if Selena or Raymond weren't in it.
  • Selena's Cat was a scene stealer. Fred was also pretty good as 光仔; his crush on Linda's Ting Ting was funny.
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