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Terrica18

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Crash Landing on You
13 people found this review helpful
6 days ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
OK, this was seriously not what I was expecting. I originally thought this was about a spoiled right girl getting into a sticky spot but it isn’t at all that. She’s not a spoiled rich brat. She is smart, confident, kind and hard working. Completely different from so many other rich girl/boy kdrama. I have watched several series that have originally aired on Netflix and they have been blunders. This one was surprisingly refreshing and fun to watch. I laughed so many hard on some scenes. There were many scenes that were heartfelt and that made you feel like you wanted to cry too. I can only give this series a 10. It was unique, funny, heartfelt, romantic and a had some action to go along with it. Even the small fight scenes were good. The leads had an amazing chemistry and the supporting cast really felt like a major part of the series. Their presence was felt and if they weren’t there you’d notice, I seriously grew attached to all the cast.

Love, loved, loved the series. This was so different and fun. The supporting cast had the personalities that made you laugh or cry. I knew when I saw them on a scene something funny was about to be said or happen. They were brave, somewhat smart, loyal to a fault and honest. Loved the female lead as well. Her personality was authentic and just yes.

Watch it. Get ready to laugh, laugh and swoon.

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Listening Snow Tower
12 people found this review helpful
Jun 21, 2019
56 of 56 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.0
Awesome series. It was packed with action and amazing fight scenes. There was good chemistry between the two leads. I enjoyed that it had a great plot that remained consistent. Unlike some that seem to lose track. Series revolves around male and female lead and the people they love. It covers the commitment to principles, love and the lengths and sacrifices that they go to protect it. You’ll get a great blend of action, fighting, crazy wanna be girlfriend, plotting, a little romance, great chemistry, loyalty and determination. Ending was pleasing. No cliffhangers. I recommend it for those who are interested in historical fictions.

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My Holo Love
6 people found this review helpful
12 days ago
12 of 12 episodes seen
Completed 2
Overall 6.5
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 3.0
First of all this was an exceptional technology series. It is really interesting to watch and had some amazing insight into how many people communicate or choose to communicate today. For me, this somewhat exposed how dependent people are on technology and how we often connect more with technology than we do with other people. Being lonely, creating your own world and friends is what society has become.

It was very symbolic and heartfelt. I enjoyed the upbeat moments and the internal conflicts that were exposed and conquered. A bit thought provoking.

What I did not like about this series was the female leads behavior. Although the series was about artificial intelligence and I do know this is TV, I still found it quite strange that there were parts of this series where it seemed like the female lead cared more for a computer than another human. That just didn’t sit well with me and it just seemed irrational and weird.

I finished it through to the end. It was good, sweet and a good pace. The history of the characters came together well. The plot was consistent and the pace stayed true. If you’re into technology, robotics and artificial intelligence you’ll enjoy this.

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The Crowned Clown
5 people found this review helpful
Mar 5, 2019
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
I screamed so many times watching this series. Loved the plot. Look a like takes place of king. What happens when the fake is better than the authentic and it shows? The show was absolutely amazing. It was funny, up beat, heartfelt and at times intense. I feel a bit wicked because I celebrated one of the villains demise with one of those joyous screams but who cares it was so rewarding for me as a viewer to see such karma. I waited until it was completely subbed to watch it and I’m so glad I did. I will say that the crowned clown was anything but a clown. The loyalty, pureness, and determination for righteousness was on an epic scale. This male lead officially has a new fan. When I say his acting was on point, I mean it was on???????? point ????????. Playing to roles too ????. The entire cast was awesome. Ending was pleasing, can’t complain too much but I was hoping something just as grand as the series itself. Still quite please though. I got my closure. On to the next.

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The Story of Ming Lan
5 people found this review helpful
Feb 15, 2019
73 of 73 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.5
Rewatch Value 10
I was absolutely blown away by the script, the cast and the chemistry. The writers did an amazing job with this script. Whoever did the lighting during the filming was able to capture not only the night scenes clearly but also distinctively. The series was so good, I actually rewatched episodes and clips while it was still on the air. The acting, the plot, the chemistry, the intelligence and the humor. You get it all as well as tons of action and anticipation. You’ll shed a tear or two. You’ll be mad, happy, want blood and smile so hard. Just wonderful.

The overall story is about two people who encountered hardship in their youth uniting to establish their own sense of love, justice and peace. I am so thrilled that the leads were both charming and smart. There were no senseless games or fights just pure witty and authentic commitment, love and determination.

I would put this series up there with ten miles of peach blossoms and the lengend of fuyao. No cliffhangers, just clean and clear and amazing ending.
Hats off to the young female actress who played “Rong’er” she has some skills. I’ll definitely look for her in future films.

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Novoland: Eagle Flag
6 people found this review helpful
Sep 4, 2019
56 of 56 episodes seen
Completed 1
Overall 8.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 1.0

The princess agent the ending.

the series is interesting and has had many scenes that you get really excited. The plot and the twist are definitely real starting at episode one. I will admit that I am getting a few of the male characters mixed up but overall it is still entertaining. I am getting a teen like vibe from this series which is not awful but for me it is somewhat immature. Even though they have their own personalities and strengths the main leads are or at least appear to be teens and their personalities appear to match that as well. I somewhat feel like I’m watching a Percy Jackson or Harry Potter series. The possibility of any relational depth is almost impossible however character depth will come, I’m certain.
The series gets better as it progresses. The fight scenes were amazing as were the dialogue between the cast. The only negative thing I can say about the series so far is that it’s not fun having the main lead be a weak person. This is the second or third series that I have watched within the last few months that had the male lead written as someone who was weak or really gentle. Don’t get me wrong there’s nothing wrong with a person being kind hearted however when you’re watching an action film where there is fighting, it kind of sucks to have the lead being someone who is almost always inferior to everyone else except when his power kicks in. He is almost always weak or faints. His fight scenes are pretty cool though. When they happen!

Positive: great acting, attire, action and scenery and Character development.
Negative: for me it’s confusing with so many side characters/clans and stories because I’m not sure who is who. If your good at following tribes and names this won’t affect you. The plot seems to get lost within all of the stories. Around episode 49 I could no longer tell what the point was. There is a cliffhanger ending, no doubt they plan to do another season but after 56 episodes, I needed closure and didn’t get it.

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Another Me
4 people found this review helpful
Sep 6, 2019
53 of 53 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 6.0
Story 4.0
Acting/Cast 6.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 1.0
Warning: the image used promotes a cheery vibe but it is not cheery at all.
Many of the viewers have commented on this series comparing it to meteor garden because of one of the main cast. I agree that the setting is somewhat similar however the series itself is very melancholy compared to meteor garden. I will not reduce a star due to the acting because the acting is good. I have however reduce stars due to the cliché and overused plot, that being the self-sacrificing for friends routine and living in misery. In addition to this I find that the main female character was a bit unstable and scary. While most people sympathized with the main lead I found her character to be somewhat controlling, sneaky and flaky. I used more gentler terms here. There were too many fights and make ups to ever get a real sense of a budding romance. There was zero chemistry between the two leads, male and female. In addition to that the series is called another me. But up to this point I cannot see how the story connect with the title. I am certain that the series is about two friends however they have unfortunately shown more of the boring and unstable friend versus the one who is more outgoing. I have essentially begun to skip past the first female lead to get to the life of the second female lead because it has a little more spunk to it.

The series took about 30 episodes to get interesting and even then it didn’t last long. One let down after another for the character. Seriously, it was like “what next”

Although it picks up after episode 30, my honest opinion is that you will begin to notice a trend going on. And that trend is one friend rescuing the other over and over again and being put down when things don’t go the way the other people intended it to. You will notice a pattern of sadness and selfishness.

I watched the last four episodes with only partial subs and I will say that it was a mirrored reflection of the entire series which was slow, uneventful and sad. although there were a few things that were heartfelt or emotional it was nothing different from the beginning. To this point I cannot see how the title ties into the series at all. Maybe I skipped a scene or two and the term another me was used, I have no idea. I absolutely, most positively cannot recommend this series to my hopeless romantic‘s, action films lovers, comedy lovers, cuteness lovers, great chemistry lovers or those that like a good plot. This series lacks all of those things. This series reminds me of one of those stories where everyone is depressed and resolved to be miserable. They wrap up the ending with a somewhat more positive note but still sad for some. Just noooo.

Comparison:
“meteor garden” but much sadder and slower pace-painfully
“Ode to joy” but slightly slower and less humor
“Single ladies senior” but much longer

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Ongoing 80/108
Mother of Mine
6 people found this review helpful
Aug 8, 2019
80 of 108 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 6.5
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 6.0
Music 6.5
Rewatch Value 2.0
The series starts off at a great pace and initially seem like it was going to be really good, however finishing this series has been very torturous for me. Up to episode 75 it was like watching and waiting for something to drop. To explain further we have all seen those series that have mysteries or secrets attached to the lives of its characters. There’s nothing wrong with them however I’m absolutely not a fan of drawn out reveals. It’s almost not interesting for me because I know when the reveal takes place everything shifts so I spend the entire time waiting for the turning point which I know is coming. Sadly for this series the reveal took place after 75 episodes out of 100 to and it’s still not completely revealed. The supporting cast characters were absolutely annoying. the older sister’s character was rude and inconsiderate and her husband behaved so much like a teenager that you only cringed when there were things with him in it. And I sincerely mean Cringe. his behavior was so immature that it was absolutely unrealistic for his age, it was extreme. the younger sisters character was immature as well. It sincerely seem to me that the supporting cast characters were severely immature and it teetered on the line of tantrums and spoil brats. The supporting cast of characters someone set the life out of the series not to mention it’s 100 episodes. There are almost no peaceful moments within the series. I am convinced that this drama is 90% tension, 4% romance I am 6% weirdness. If you like dramas that are packed with the drama and nothing more this might be a perfect thing for you however if you’re looking for a blend of family, drama and romance this is absolutely not it. Be warned because you can get hooked on the middle sisters storyline but the supporting cast characters almost makes it not worth it. By episode five I started to fast forward through the scenes with the younger sister, but episode 30 I was annoyed with the older sister‘s husband. These two have the emotional capacity of a teenager that was going through a life crisis. Absolutely weird and toooo much.

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Here to Heart
2 people found this review helpful
Sep 25, 2019
46 of 46 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 6.0
Story 5.0
Acting/Cast 6.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 1.0
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Series revolves around a female lead who experiences a situation and grief. She returns home after a long time overseas and tries to pick her life up over again. The series would have been better if it made more sense. The acting was absolutely amazing. The cast fit their roles perfectly and the scenery was fitting for this show however I have never rolled my eyes as much as I did while watching this show. The reason for this is I am absolutely annoyed by these sacrificial females and this long lost love cliché. I absolutely do not know of any person who broke up with someone and waited for them for seven years and not moved on. This is a pattern that I have noticed with a lot of these K dramas. you have a boyfriend or girlfriend that you loved and you never fall in love again until you meet them 10 to 15 years later. It’s absolutely unrealistic and although I know this is TV drama I wish that they would make it somewhat more realistic. This is a fair warning you will be annoyed with the amount of drama between the two leads. And I don’t mean crazy drama I mean extreme mellow drama where someone’s always crying or heart broken or sad. It’s frustrating because they create their own drama, and sadness with the choices they make and then they’re sad which is almost like they have no common sense. Male lead did things without being clear or communicating with the female lead and expected her to understand and love him anyway even though the things he did would cause the average female to distance themselves or not even communicate with them. But the writers completely disregarded the males ridiculous and sometimes rude behavior and gave an exception to it because of his love. Sadly love this not look like that so it made no sense to me. They gave no explanation as to how the female lead ended up overseas or how things really took place unti it was nearly done. I do not recommend this for any hopeless romantic‘s or any romantic comedy viewers at all .
This is not a sweet romance. This is not a romantic drama. This is a bucket of self inflicted grief and ridiculous reasoning. If you’re into that sad type of love you may enjoy this but I most certainly did not.

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Song of Phoenix
2 people found this review helpful
Sep 17, 2019
78 of 78 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 5.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 2.0
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Romantics stay away from this one.
Happily ever after lovers steer clear.

Watched so many episodes of a relationship developing only to have the writers dump it. I hate the fact that they gave me hope and simultaneously stomped it. I mean this after many episodes. It was ridiculous and annoying. I lost track of the plot and essentially gave up trying to understand any of it.
I really tried to power through all 78 episodes but I found myself skipping around once I got to episode 50. This series is extremely long for this type of genre. It started out somewhat slow and I almost dropped it but once you get to around episode 8 or 10 it gets a little more interesting. The beginning episodes revolve around the two leads and their relationship to include how they met and how their relationship developed over time. There were some politics in the middle of it but there was that relational aspect that somewhat kept it more interesting. I really enjoyed how their relationship developed over time and watching what they went through to help each other and be with each other. However, that all changes around episode 30ish. That fun and sweet relationships that you saw growing and found entertaining went into the trash. What began with a strong female lead with a sense of justice, bravery and loads of common sense appeared to turn into something else. I just really couldn’t like it anymore because it was too unrealistic for me. Two people meet and develop a bond and ultimately fall in love. One person made a choice due to situation (gets married, and has kids)that derailed the possibility of a relationship going further, Although his love was strong. After that, the person that was left behind spends her life alone and supporting the person who abandoned her. Miserable. This is truly not my cuppa tea.

I cannot recommend this to my hopeless romantic‘s at all. I got the melancholy, sacrificial love vibe all over again. It’s not cute. In addition to that it’s 78 episodes long, 90% of the episodes is political and routine scheming. Lead became a annoying repeating record. I found it rather difficult to really like any characters. This included the two leads. If you’re looking for a romantic drama you need to look somewhere else. If you’re looking for historical romance, again I advise you to look out somewhere. If you’re looking for some political plotting and scheming with a hint of love you might like this one. FYI there is some good fight scenes in the beginning but that ends around episode 25. There were several inferences to sexual assault that was distasteful. It was not bittersweet. It was gloomy and the ending was stupid.

I wouldn’t say the ending is awful but it’s not a happily ever after one that leaves you smiling.

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Mafia Luerd Mungkorn: Suer
2 people found this review helpful
Sep 2, 2019
9 of 9 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 8.0
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 4.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
After watching several black lakhorn series, I had my doubts about this one. But after reading a review I decided to give it a shot. I must admit that I am pleasantly surprised by the series. It was actually really good. The plot was so unlike any other lakhorn series that I’ve seen. There was no cheesy moments, no extra dramatic females. No jealous ex. Just straight good stuff. Then chemistry between the leads was absolutely. But after reading review I decided to give it a shot. I must’ve met that I am pleasantly surprised by the series. It has so much emotional depth that you could understand each characters feelings and delima. There was romance, action, tear jerker moments, stress and some hilarious moments (lots). Highly recommend this to anyone looking for an upbeat romantic and often funny series.

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A Pledge to God
2 people found this review helpful
Feb 17, 2019
48 of 48 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 8.0
Wow. This series is about a couple that encountered a hardship and the sacrifices/choices they made to deal with it. Sounds simple right? But no, it is so complex because of the nature of the decision. It will have you asking yourself what you would do in that situation. Seriously!! This series provoked so many conversations as well as poked at the reality that many face daily. Tearjerker on high. Anger and disgust on high. I have never disliked a villain so much as I did in this series. You will not regret watching this series. The acting and casting was perfect. Get the tissues ready.

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Smile, You
2 people found this review helpful
Dec 12, 2018
45 of 45 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.5
Rewatch Value 10
This series was not what I expected. I am absolutely in awe of the series and how everything turned out. I will admit that I almost stopped watching it because it was somewhat slow in the beginning and some of the characters behaviors made me a little bit annoyed but I continued watching and I am so overjoyed that I did. This is one series that you will absolutely see how the characters develop over time. The writers did an amazing job exposing character behavior as well as individual perceptions, reality and opinions. This is absolutely a family drama and you will get drama and so much more. The romance is sweet and you will absolutely fall in love with some of the couples. The acting was great. The atmosphere was perfect and the family dynamic wiaa hilarious. You will enjoy family drama, humor, romance and loyalty while watching the series I recommences Siri to anyone who enjoys a good romantic photo family drama. You will not regret watching this.

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Ongoing 47/51
I Will Never Let You Go
2 people found this review helpful
Mar 7, 2019
47 of 51 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 7.5
Story 5.5
Acting/Cast 6.0
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 1.5
If your looking for a cute romance, this is not it. Main leads share little scream time. More screen time is giving to second lead. I can’t complain, the second leads interaction was so much for entertaining to watch. Boy meets girl, boy hates girl then boy likes girl. Not sure how it happened but it still wasn’t interesting.

This series is pretty upbeat. It is also light and funny. There is something interesting happening every episode so you really won’t get bored. There are antics, plots and humor left and right and then a tug of emotion. Sadly I have developed a severe case of second lead syndrome and I’m having a hard time enjoying the show because of what I believe will most like happen. I have no idea what the writers were thinking. They gave me so much screen time to the second lead that you feel that he is the main lead. The level of interaction and communication between the second male lead and the main female lead is so funny and entertaining to watch that you will absolutely have a hard time disliking him even though he schemes. They gave the second male lead a character who is not only smart and humorous but also a good fighter but also with a hidden tender side. Then there’s the real male lead who was originally portrayed as a uncaring cold individual but also as masked caring person. Nothing about his behaviors made sense to me.
Friendly warning: Don’t get to attached male leads, the outcome can only go one way.
The female lead does a great job and her acting appears so natural that I’m quite certain it’s her true personality.

The character relationships between the main lead seemed excessively rushed and unnatural based on screen time as well as the era. If you watch you’ll see what I mean. For her character to have such morals she umm.... without thought to era or customs/traditions. That to me was weird.

Oh yeah, not sure if there was a true plot. After 30 eps I officially stated rushing through stupid convos of non main leads.

I will warn you that you’ll get a bad case of the second lead syndrome. Our second lead appears to get more screen time than the supposed lead and its interesting that his chemistry is better than the lead as well. Although he has a side that is a bit wicked, the banter between them is amazing.

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Ongoing 46/50
Crocodile and Plover Bird
2 people found this review helpful
28 days ago
46 of 50 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 6.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 6.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 1.0
I am repeatedly asking myself what planet the script writers are from. While the series isn’t awful. The senselessness and immaturity of the female lead is crazy. Her friend is even worse. There’s nothing more annoying than watching an adult pout and cry like a kid over something small, like seriously, your favorite cookie is gone but it’s too petty to cry over. Her friend also seemed so wishy washy it became as irritating as a rash to watch her. The relationship between the leads was so so but their behavior was even more so so. My goodness, it was so frustrating to watch at times but because I was to far into it I didn’t want to just drop it. The rationale of the cast was supremely unnatural. An example: I dated you for years, you deceived me and cheated me but I’ll still date you even though I know. The situations were realistic as in, it could happen but the reactions were just inhuman. No one and I mean no one would just let things go just like these people did. One minute someone is angry and not talking, the next minute they’re smiling as if nothing happened. I’m looking like “how did this happen”.
Karma was absent for 90% of this series. Romance decided not to show up at all and social reasoning and common sense responses/reactions was often napping while filming.
Again I wouldn’t recommend this to a mature person, it would be appalling and ridiculous to them. If you can stomach clingy females, ridiculous reasoning, wishy washy people and whinny bits you’ll like it, however for me this was a big No no.

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