The life of a Kdrama fangirl is hard, especially when the chemistry between the leads is too strong. One can’t help but pray that the the actors start dating in real life. Over the years, I have had my fair share of Kdrama ships that I’ve been praying so hard to sail in real life. Here’s the lowdown of my favorites.
I just checked out the Godzilla Vs. Kong trailer and it promises to deliver on an epic showdown between Godzilla, King of Monsters and Kong, King of the Apes aka The Eighth Wonder of the World. However, while it definitely hyped me up for the last installment in the Godzilla reboot franchise, I am left with a lot of questions by its end.
Its been a while since I did this but here’s the lowdown on your Kpop favorites this week.
The main strengths of the series was its very very compelling script. There were countless times that I found myself tearing up over a particularly honest line which really pulled at the heartstrings. The words perfectly depicted triumph, loss and hope, which was perfectly intersped with a great musical score. The animation was beautiful. The music was magnificent.
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Overall, WW84 delivered on great effects and production. It was action packed. It was visually stunning and it had a good story to tell. It was an entertaining way to spend 2 and a half hours and Gal Gadot was marvelous as Wonder Woman. The pandemic really did a disservice to this movie. It definitely have been even better as a theater experience.
I don’t know if I could do justice to every amazing aspect of this show so I’ve chosen to talk about my favorite arcs in the series instead. Some very minor spoilers included, not enough to spoil your viewing experience.
Haikyu never lost its touch and remained consistent delivering a heart pounding, nail biting seasons. It was amazing from start to finish. Not a fan of the jazz music they used as a background for the background montages but apart from that, I could not get any more excited about what’s too come. Too bad I’d have to wait another year or so before the next season.
I held out watching the first half of Haikyu’s fourth season even though its been a while since its been on Netflix. I knew that it would end in a thrilling way and was I right! Good thing I chose to wait to watch it in one go.
All in all, it wasn’t horrible, but it was a challenge. It wasn’t cohesive, overall, and there were times that the script seemed to force the connections among the characters but it managed to tell its story, once again with an ending inspired by the first season, but on all counts, it was inferior to the first installment of the anthology.