• @jujuxoxo she’s just seeking for attention. She can’t act .
  • @jujuxoxo I agree that her online apology didnt do much, but then again, Andy Hui's press conference didnt help him either. Airing dramas isnt technically about her since they were filmed before the scandal. You wouldnt want other people's effort go to waste, right? The most important thing is whether or not they're still getting cast into dramas. I think Jacqueline has a contract w tvb, so not sure if she can just be fired...
  • Glad that TVB finally decided to train an actress with martial arts properly. I remember the shaw brothers movies ALL actors and actresses MUST train in kung fu on top of acting. TVB is very good at finding potential TV stars I really hope they keep that essence in looking for martial arts TV stars.
  • please dun come back to TVB . She is not a good actress.
  • TVB is double standard...Ali just posted one thing vs the famous homewrecker destroyed a HK queen pop and friend...didn`t even apologize properly and just ran off..in less than few months her dramas get aired... JW should have been fired by TVB just like coffee.
  • that guy`s haircut is so annoying... I don`t see anything compatible between them. The situation is so messy that I think Sam made a wise decision to not be part of this.
  • @jujuxoxo after jet li and Donnie Yen, who are the next Kung fu stars?? There are none because they don’t have the charisma nor are the films any good. Too much CGI ruined these movies.
  • @jujuxoxo Ip Man was well received by the local hongkongers. It’s the sequels that got up people’s noses because how long can you go on before people get tired of the cliche that is “the foreign devil has wronged us, we must fight back” rhetoric that just comes across as brainwashing and nationalistic. It plays well to the mainland audience but locals see it for what it is. Either way, Hong Kong movies have been going downhill for a number of reasons namely: A) lack of talent - majority of the older actors came from tv but as tvb stopped producing good actors/filmmakers this had a knock on effect on their film industry. B) censorship - the mainland co-productions require them to meet certain criteria’s to avoid the films getting banned in China so this itself has an effect on how creative they can be. C) competitors - the quality of movies have gone up in other parts of Asia, particularly in South Korea. The asia-Pacific region is no longer dominated by Hong Kong movies as other countries have caught up. D) the cinema experience - people don’t watch movies at the cinema anymore unless it’s a Hollywood blockbuster.
  • @jujuxoxo Absolutely agreed regarding the kungfu movie. Hollywood has it's sci-fi with the special effect that second to none and HK had it's kungfu movie that no one can compete. I won't say One Upon A time with Wang FeiHung is overly violent that will violated the censorship. Those kungfu moves are arts. But it seems like HKers preferred to stay away from their own roots as Chinese and hug the foreign culture instead after HK handed back to China in order to proves something, so those kungfu movies were ridiculed as bootlicking the PRC. Well, that's the beginning of their downfall....
  • @jujuxoxo “Ip Man is like the last kung fu HK movie that was good and had an international release, brought lots of people to tears when the legacy ended. Yet, you got chinese ppl bashing it`s pro PRC, it`s cliche oh let`s boycott it. I`ve never seen a race mocking it`s own race like that.” You’re right it’s quite bizarre. Poor Yip Man doesn’t deserve to be slandered by uneducated HKers. I wonder how the initial reception was when thee first movie first cane out at 2008... maybe it got milked too much and people began thinking it as propaganda
  • The problem is that everyone gave up on kung fu movies. Seeing kung fu as a cliche rather than strength. The west is making kung fu genre tv series were very well received such as netflix marco polo, amc into the badlands, cinemax warrior. They surpassed HK. When TVB finally made a kung fu drama a Fist within four walls everybody loved it because it has been such a long time that TVB stopped making kung fu dramas. Ip Man is like the last kung fu HK movie that was good and had an international release, brought lots of people to tears when the legacy ended. Yet, you got chinese ppl bashing it`s pro PRC, it`s cliche oh let`s boycott it. I`ve never seen a race mocking it`s own race like that. Do more kung fu movies, do more chinese vampire horror action movies , find real actors and actresses that are martial artists. If you don`t produce a decent kung fu genre movie made in HK, HK movie industry will lose its popularity forever. I guarantee you 110%. I watch shaw brother movies on netflix it`s so good and It`s movies from the 70s. All the ``cool`` foreign movies are now korean, indian, south asian (martial arts), spanish. HK losts its spot. If it`s not for Ip Man on Netflix and movie theatre ... HK will be inexistent in the international level.
  • yup we knew from the begining that the girl`s father was rich.
  • All my condolences. I am a big fan of Felix Wong.
  • @jujuxoxo That is not true as many women these days would rather go make money and put it all in their pockets while leaving their kids to others. Many just want to have kids but not take care of them. I have 3 sister in laws so far and none of them wanted to take care of their kids. They all would rather work and make money.
  • @jujuxoxo I think her standards are high. Now that she's very famous both HK and mainland China she would want her man to meet her standards the same.
  • @jujuxoxo Return to TVB and an environment that stifles creativity? Nope, never going to happen, especially now that Bowie found partners (directors Fatball and 25) whose vision aligns so closely with his own...plus he already said that he wants to do “high quality” projects in the future (which we all no means no TVB, since we all know those 2 words are not in TVB’s dictionary nowadays)...
  • @jujuxoxo This ‘all woman would rather take care of kids’ is incorrect. While I spend 90% of my day with the kids during this lockdown, my wife would rather be on her phone chatting to friends, relatives, watch ‘tik tok’ or play on Animal crossing on handheld device. She would rather go back to work where she would take care of the kids even less. Obviously we all wish kids take priority but this isn’t the case for every mother...
  • @jujuxoxo It is much more than looks.
  • @jujuxoxo I agree. Vivian has been acting for what seems like well over a decade and she looks younger and slimmer every year. What’s going on?
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