All in all, there was a lot of swashbuckling action, a great script slapstick and physical comedy that kept viewers interested. Even the boss fights were very creative. Visually, it was impressive. When combined with a great cast, it was epic.
All in all, the pacing was just right for 12 episodes but I must admit that I was a bit worried when there were still plenty of loose ends by the last one. Thankfully, the ending was worth the stress. I wasn’t a big fan of the soundtrack though.
Happiness was definitely one of the better dramas of 2021. It begs the question of who the real monsters are when humanity is tested by crisis. Clearly, there were plenty of monsters in this series but not just the neck biting variety.
All in all, Blood Red Sky was an interesting addition to the vampire genre. I hope this will inspire the same level of suspense for future offerings. You can always have more tricks up your sleeve even if you are working with an time-worn trope like vampires.
A vlogger recently edited Rico Blanco’s Yugto as the opening theme of the hit Pinoy anime Trese on Netflix, and unsurprisingly, the results earned a thumbs up from netizens.
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.
All in all, Crash Landing on You is one of the best Kdramas I’ve seen. Its definitely way up there in my Top 5. It not only ticked all of the boxes of a good drama but it even upped the game some more. It will be tough to top this one because there is too much to love.
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