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  • thekitkath
    thekitkath

      3

    I was expecting this SO MUCH, so you can imagine how disappointed I am after wasting my time after 50 episodes. Let me start this review with the synopsis provided above, it’s WRONG: the story doesn’t go at all like that. There are not 2 sisters, it’s just one girl that loses her memories and becomes a whole new person because of amnesia. Before explaining what’s wrong with it, let me explain the good parts. - Song Weilong That’s it. That’s why I finished this. And the story it’s not that bad overall but the screenwriters tried to be witty and confuse the audience and instead it just looked as if they didn’t get to finish it. Now the NAHs: 1) There is some bad acting here, and it’s not just the actors fault, it’s that the story and direction didn’t allow for more. 2) Han Sen is one of the most annoying characters and they expect the audience to forget all the disgusting things he did and they portray him as the good guy in the end. 3) The female characters just seem to exist to prevent the female lead on succeeding (wether is getting her memories back or finally dating the frigging guy she likes in peace) 4) THE FLASHBACKS! Those darn flashbacks you can just skip them. You don’t need to watch them, I promise. Maybe it would be even better if you don’t watch them because at least you’ll be a little surprised. 5) THE ENDING: Ridiculous, build up all what I’ve mentioned so far and you’ll get a horrible ending where they leave the audience to assume all what they didn’t get to finish explaining. In conclusion, you can watch the first 5 episodes and then the last episode and you’ll be alright.

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    thekitkath
    thekitkath

      10

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    thekitkath
    thekitkath

      3

    I started this movie knowing that it was not a romance movie (just in case someone thinks that it's why such a low rate). This movie tries to show how the main male lead deals with his terminal illness, it's intentionally made to make us cry, but as someone that has seen people with cancer I feel like this was such a vast topic to portray but couldn't quite get deep in it. This is not because of his acting, which I consider good, he's still young but is going in a good direction, but because of the script and the story itself. In my opinion, it goes a little too slow because the main issues are not addressed, yet the whole movie is about the friends being mad with him for not telling them he had cancer (mostly). Watch it, give me your opinions ;)

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