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  • Drama: All Out of Love
  • Country: China
  • Episodes: 70
  • Aired: Sep 17, 2018 - Nov 1, 2018
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday
  • Network: Hunan TV, QQLive, PPTV, PPTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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  • Score: 7.4 (scored by 155 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #2286
  • Watchers: 1,127

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All Out of Love
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Ratings: 7.4/10 from 155 users
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Liang Sheng (Ma Tian Yu) and Jiang Sheng (Sun Yi) are brothers and sisters, although not related by blood. Nonetheless, they always stick together and support each other in their difficult life circumstances. They finally both manage to get into their dream university, but after a car accident, Liang Sheng left. Jiang Sheng became devastated and kept waiting for him. Helping her by her side is Cheng Tian You (Wallace Chung) who falls deeply in love with this ordinary but remarkable girl. But what will happen when Liang Sheng returns?
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  • Country: China
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 70
  • Aired: Sep 17, 2018 - Nov 1, 2018
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday
  • Network: Hunan TV QQLive PPTV PPTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Score: 7.4 (scored by 155 users)
  • Ranked: #99999
  • Popularity: #2286
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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darkn3ss
1 people found this review helpful
Dec 4, 2018
70 of 70 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 7.5
Story 6.5
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 5.0
This review may contain spoilers
I have probably written only two review this year, and both of them were for shows were I deemed that one fanbase simply ruin the drama experience. I truly feel that it is sad when fanbase undermine the hard work that goes into putting a drama or movie together. That being said let me try to objectively review All Out Of Love.

All out of love for me was not a romance drama, yes it was a drama about love but not necessarily romantic love. It was more to me a drama about the different type of love out there, familial ( blood relations), the family we make for ourselves ( non blood relations) and friendships. And the importance we give all those relationship throughout one life.

This drama truth strength got buried beyond unnecessary censorship, meaning lost in translation and unruly fanbase.
Before writing my thoughts on the drama I did a lot of googling to understand the drama backstory and familiarized myself with plot points that when I was watching made no sense to me. And of course to understand the all controversy in regard to the character played by MTY.

So from the get go I want to say that it has been clarify by the author of the book that the character of TY is the main the lead, although when she started writing her books LS was the main, hence why the book title had his name in, and that by the time her novels change gear well her fan base already knew the book by that title and there was no point changing it. So to me the all hate MTY fans were throwing at Wallace just seems quite displaced. Especially when you truly dig into both their respective characters. While Wallace character YT got a lot of character washing by pretty being turned into a one dimensional perfect good guy instead of the multifaceted guy that he supposedly his in a book. After all in the book he is a driven ceo, loyal to a fault to his family while still being a feared and respected underworld boss who cuts LS two fingers out of jealousy. But that is clearly not who we get in the drama, in the drama we get this perfectly saintly guy with a patience and resilience that puts all human to shame, with his only flaw being a out of this world trust for his brother when everyone else can tell his brother it clearly a closeted psychopath. Yet it would be a disservice to Wallace to say that he did not own his character, although one dimensional Wallace's acting gave the character depth, even the choppy editing was not enough to dampen the depth of YT character, it was truly as if we were watching another drama within the drama.
And sadly that is not the same case with LS character, his character got the less cleanup but MTY was not able to bring depth to his character, if you are not a fangirl it was actually hard to be pull into feeling sorry for LS. I'm saying this because I watched the drama with my husband and mother-in-law. And the three of us had pretty opposing views, my husband and I have seen MYT in other dramas , and his acting his usually on par with some and sometimes like this time very underwhelming. This was my mil first encounter with him in such a prominent role and she was not impress. When you watched the drama the most that comes to mind when going through the character of LS is the overwhelming sense of depression. Throughout the drama MTY has this I'm super depressed look on his face even when the emotions he was supposed to convey was one of anger. I do get that there is a lot of grief going around in this drama but there is so many ways to express grief without looking depress the most starling difference is probably seen in the scene where JS tells YT about her abortion, with just his eyes since he has no dialogue you can see YT go from Joy to despair to simply undiluted anger. VS that scene were LS learns that JS and him are not related MTY fell to bring in people to feel is pain right there, when he is going to the most painful realisation of hs life that he can now without restraint go after the woman he love. No what come out at that moment his pretty much a robotic renditions of his line and once that dead in your soul emotion that his been sorting all along. And that is carried through the end where instead of seeing a guys that sacrifice his own happiness for his sister, all we see his a controlling man that choose to isolate himself from his friends and family and live in the past when he realize that he could not control any of them.

And that truly is the feel that we get at the end of this drama that was truly big at sending the vibe that if you decide to let go then you can be happy in life. When you don't learn to let go then life get pathetic for you.

The biggest contrast of love for me was truly between the way LS and YT loved JS. LS wanted to control her and seems quite content to have JS be is emotional sounding board. And he seemed to be content that she was totally and utterly co-dependent on him. While YT approach to loving JS was to let her go. He allowed if not pushed a little hard sometimes for her to make her own decision over the place she should have in his life, She was in control even when it seemed he was making the decision for her.

There is so many examples throughout the drama of the danger of not letting go of your obsession Bei's wife and mistress loose's their minds waiting for him to return to them and both died being insane. Even BWX obsession with JX , even if they try to give it a positive spin at the end with them ended together and waiting for the arrival of their child, we still see that in their desire not to let go he loses arm. And we can pretty much say that his life is quite in shambles while he was holding to his obsession. Then we also see it with Tianen because of hate he not only appears as the psycho, only once he decide to let go does he character actually take a turn were viewers somewhat get interested in his backstory.


I have so many thing to say but I feel like I should turn into an article. So what I'm going to say is that this is a really good drama if you go in focusing on the story and not the fan base. Because yes there is a story being told here, and it's a story of love, growth and forgiveness. My biggest regret is that the story truly suffered from censorship, and the negative connotations it send people with disabilities. There seemed to be an underlying tone that somewhat suggested that people with disability were not capable of love or making others around happy. And that irked me a little. And wow in watching this be ready to see a lot of hospital scene. I'm pretty sure this drama had been sponsor by hospital and apples selling merchant.

I kinda of went on quite a rant here , what I'm saying go watch the drama it 's good don't get swept into the controversies ad make your own opinion.

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Ongoing 1/70
Nick Beacham
0 people found this review helpful
Oct 20, 2018
1 of 70 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 7.5
Story 5.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 5.0
This review may contain spoilers
The cinematography and choice of actors, particularly the succession of child actors who portray Jiang Shen and Liang Shen growing up into their teens and beyond together make this very seductive. The music is romantic and classical but the sound levels are somewhat perverse, at times drowning out dialogue (though I watch English subtitles I still like too hear Mandarin). The way this is written and directed it is deliberatly misleading (which adds to the drama/mystery) but just because the first few episodes suggest Liang an Jiang are half brother and sister [only circumstantial evidence is given] don't run away with the idea this is about an incestuous relationship. What ever way you try to view it, it isn't. Rather it's about the enduring power of famillial affection and shared experience trancending everyday life; comforts; consolelation and emparting a sence of belonging.
A succession of excessivly rich individuals join the drama and few of them have any redeaming features. Some of them are positively evil, yet when they are in trouble or hurting, they are the first to complain. Our supposed half brother and sister have one trait in common; they are too trusting and have no effective defense against those who mean them ill. In consequence they endure terrible emotional and physical hurt .
The medical aspects introduced to help the plot move forward are very badly done. It is muddling organic illness, ie brain damage, with psycological illness. It puts the subject of blood groups and rehsus factor as attributes of two of the main leads but does so very inaccurately, thus destroying credibility. A rehsus negative mother carring a rehsus positive child (fathered hy a Rh+ father) can successfully deliver a viable child and have successive pregnancies. Yes, there are significant risks both to mother and child but, with excellent medical supervision the dangers can be ameliorated; it is certainly not a black/white situation like the drama pretends. This makes me very angry. The female lead is saintly and lacks the capacity to defend herself. Her 'brother' has similar issues. The direction and editing of this drama has significant problems and the, at times very poor subtitling, fall far short of the expected standard. Strangely, for all those, it hooks you in and makes you want to keep viewing!

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