• Hera seems predictable to be the winner from the beginning, not because she's better than others but the way the media was giving attention to her. I noticed at the final night the MC's always gave her special introduction every time she came out. Matter of fact the first thing they talked about at opening was Hera. Every time they announced names my friends and I already knew they will pretend to put her name on last but she's in it with no doubt. Is she related to one of the important people or has a powerful background? Seems arranged. Other than that I like both of the others. Amber is very pretty and Sara is very calm.
  • @anon she's not that bad in comedy. I kinda miss her.
  • @kaykay408 LOL...I agree completely. haha Lol...But then again both of them talk like that but Ah Sa u r right Ah Sa can be a tiny bit more annoying. haha....I can NEVER understand how/why they became so popular. Acting wise never watch much HK movies and they never do TV so I wouldn't know about their acting skills but singing voice? Lord!!! haha Luck is definitely on their side.
  • I think she means it in a joking way, or it could be the translation. Words can be manipulated especially translated to another language.
  • Legendary? Please STOP! We all know these 2 can’t sing nor act. Don’t know how they got so successful honestly. I don’t like any of them but I dislike ah Sa so much more. Yes that girl is really smart but I hate the way she talks. She talks like she’s slow and innocent but she’s actually not anywhere close to innocent that’s why she always strikes me as fake and pretentious. When she was younger I thought it’s because...well, she’s young and “deh”. But she still talks like that now. It’s annoying. She also seems very mean and petty. For Ah Gil, seriously just retire already girl. I’m pretty sure these 2 don’t like each other secretly. It’s all for show and business.
  • Congratulations to the couple! Grace's boobs do look way bigger compare to when she was in miss HK. Maybe the push up?
  • @kaykay408 I agree, tvb is a joke. I'll be surprised if they are still around by 2040. If they are, they will be broadcasting mainland dramas and HK news 24/7 with simplified Chinese subtitles with zero in-house productions. The current management is just milking every cent for what they are worth. I'm certain that tvb will dissolve like ATV. It's just a matter of time.
  • @jimmyszeto I agree with you about Kelly Fu. I did like her in Swipe Tap Love too but not other series. I used to like Rebecca Zhu in Always and Ever but TVB has been promoting her too fast when she's not up there yet. If she was put in supporting role I would probably like her better. The fact that her Cantonese still sucks but she's the lead girl bothers me a lot. But it's TVB so. They don't care if main actresses can't speak Cantonese anymore. Hell they are focusing on the mainland viewers anyways so who knows maybe one day they will make them speak mandarin in the series. And Rebecca Zhu was from mainland to begin with. Coincidence? I don't think so. The agenda started when they gave her the undeserving award last year
  • As a long time fan of TVB I feel sad and angry at the same time at their obvious and intentional suicidal acts one after one. Why don't they just shut down the station already if they don't wanna do this thing anymore.
  • @kaykay408 I really like Rebecca Chu because she is pretty and does seem to enjoy taking hold of her scenes well. Kelly Fu on the other hand can only play annoying support characters though I liked her in Swipe Tap Love...
  • @kaykay408 I know, me too I cant stand that main girl. The other one is much more attractive but she's always a supporting. Other countries, they might give unknowns to lead once in a blue moon but TVB never. Stupid as hell always the same old faces all the time.
  • I like him in the Stunt. Can't stand the main girl though. Wish TVB gave that role to someone else. Such a waste.
  • @llwy12 Oh I see. I think I know why he looks familiar now. From my memory he looks kinda like Hawick Lau before the plastic surgery (when Hawick is still with TVB). Just me lol. Speaking of that movie, I had a love and hate relationship with it. I even hated Karena at the time haha.
  • @kaykay408 He probably looks familiar because he is Ti Lung’s son (he actually does look like Ti Lung when he was younger). Shaun had never filmed for TVB until he signed with them last year. Before shifting his career to Mainland, he mostly participated in HK movies – he debuted back in 2001 (17 years ago) and has been active in the industry since then, so he’s not exactly a newbie in terms of acting. I didn’t watch Succession Wars so can’t vouch for his acting in there but the reason I remember him is because he was in one of my favorite HK movies of all time – July Rhapsody, which was made back in 2002 (he played Jacky Cheung and Anita Mui’s son) -- his role in that movie was minimal of course, but still…
  • @kaykay408 He is son of Ti Lung (狄龍)
  • Why does he look so familiar? Like I have seen him in TVB back in the days or something...? Of course TVB is gonna promote him! While everyone is leaving for mainland, a good looking actor from mainland go back to HK to sign with them. Quite shocking nowadays! I hope more former TVB actors actresses come back to their root.
  • @kaykay408 Yes. I like him, but his taste of fashion is very strange sometimes. It freaks me out when straight men dress like this. Too weird!!!
  • @kaykay408 Chasing the Dragon only won 2 awards, in the Best Editing category and some other minor category that I can’t recall at the moment. I didn’t watch that movie but I’m not surprised that it didn’t get many awards (definitely no major awards), since it’s a Wong Jing movie and HKFA generally doesn’t reward his type of movies anymore (his movies getting nominations is already pushing the envelope). Besides, the competition was tough this year, as there were loads of great movies made that that were high in quality and original.
  • @kaykay408 Think Bosco is just promoting ‘Flying Tigers’. In the previous episode Bosco had to dress up to disguise as Michael Miu’s girlfriend to prevent them from being recognised by police.
  • I didn’t get to watch the ceremony but did chasing the dragon get any award? It was a good movie
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