The Amazing Race on DVD!
contactComments, questions, suggestions? All are welcome! Send us an e-mail!
- Review and Appreciation: GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES – A Heartbreaking and Unforgettable Masterpiece wp.me/pbdx2-1fB ·· 5 days ago
- Commentary: My (Awesome!) Year Without Filipino Television - wp.me/pbdx2-1fy ·· 1 week ago
- Commentary and Appreciation: So What's the Big Deal About POWER RANGERS RPM? bit.ly/RPMdeal wp.me/pbdx2-1fs ·· 2 weeks ago
Power Rangers on DVD!
Tag Archives: Hindsight Review
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Lots of spoilers! For my First Impression Review, click over here. tvN’s Flower Boy Next Door did not disappoint. It started out as a sweet and charming romantic comedy and it ended a sweet … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Lots of spoilers. It was my fourth Super Sentai series and I can confidently say Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters may be my favorite one so far. It was an experimental season that toyed with formula. … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Fair amount of spoilers. Less spoilery First Impression Review here. There have been many high school-set Korean dramas in recent years, all with varying degrees of commercial and creative success. But none have been … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW No spoilers. Just lots of ranting. Indeed. What did Power Rangers fans experience these last two years? After Power Rangers RPM and during the last gasp, misguided re-versioned Mighty Morphin, I think many if … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Lots of finale spoilers! Beware! I am amazed. And I love being amazed by television. Amazed in a good way, of course. I hate being amazed by idiots and stupidity on TV. But with … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW No spoilers. Click here for the First Impression Review. It is rare when Korean dramas successfully balance lighthearted comedy and real drama. But KBS’s Haeundae Lovers (해운대 연인들) is one of those rarities.
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Major finale spoilers! Click here for the less-spoilery First Impression Review. So I wonder if Korea ever got independence from Japan? Now, everyone knows how Korea’s fight for independence turns out (and the unfortunate … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Some finale spoilers. Yup, it did fill the huge gaping hole that is the void Power Rangers has left in my life. But more importantly, Kamen Rider Fourze helped welcome me into the world … Continue reading
TYPE OF REVIEW : HINDSIGHT REVIEW Moderate spoilers It may not have been some dark, ominous explanation, but the truth behind the world of the Akibarangers was just as interesting, if not more satisfying.
Just like an American Idol contestant just always a little above or a little below the right note, in the immortal words of Randy Jackson, KBS’ Dream High 2 ended up being a little pitchy… dawg. The series never quite … Continue reading
SBS’ Warrior Baek Dong Soo wasn’t the first time a manhwa was turned into a television drama. It also wasn’t the first time a historical and period drama was treated with slick, contemporary production styles. But it did just enough … Continue reading
What a crazy ride ABS-CBN’s Maria la del Barrio has had; from its months-delayed premiere to its excellent start to that regrettable middle patch to its eventual kidnapping (orly?) and lovefest ending. A show that ended up being filled with … Continue reading
I had high hopes for GMA’s Munting Heredera. With Gloria Romero leading a big ensemble cast, before it premiered, I thought, finally, GMA has what it can call its big family drama. Rival ABS-CBN’s primetime DNA is the big, straight … Continue reading
GMA Network took a big risk with its self-dubbed “epicserye” Amaya; a big historical drama with some fantasy, costumed characters, very deep, malalim Tagalog/Filipino dialogue. This in a television landscape where the highest rated scripted programs are run-of-the-mill schmaltz, contrived … Continue reading
ABS-CBN’s 100 Days to Heaven will be best remembered as a star vehicle for Xyriel Manabat rather than being some groundbreaking or grand teleserye. But that is not a bad thing. For whatever 100 Days to Heaven lacked in executing … Continue reading