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ST Keishichou Kagaku Tokusou-han
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Overall 7.0
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
This is a first installment of 'it's so bad it's good' ST detective series with its unbelievably fun characters and outlandish plot developments.


First and foremost, ST should not be taken seriously. This is not so obvious from the first half of the movie. After all, a lot of diagnoses fly around and we haven't yet seen enough to decide if Fujiwara Tatsuya' character have a real agorophobia or a Hollywood one. Eccentric scientist haven't yet revealed the extent of their 'fake science' knowledge and the plot seems coherent.

Then the pile of small details like the obviously fake wig of Shida Mirai or the way expertise in chemistry gives one super smell becomes too hard to ignore, and as the movie comes to its close the viewer is left with no doubts that ST is actually a trashy mystery movie.

That knowledge, though, is not in conflict with another truth: ST is very fun. Okada Masaki who is arguably the most handsome actor of his generation, plays a hapless inspector who tries to convince unreasonable forensic experts to help him solve the case using the sole method of looking at them with his puppy eyes.

His puppy eyes game, though, is so strong it works on the most unreasonable of the bunch - the expert played by Fujiwara Tatsuya. It's hard to find someone more suitable to play powerful but anxious detective with sinister aura than Fujiwara. He suffuses his character with much needed vulnerability and cuteness. Together with Okada Masaki, they are perfect as unlikely detective duo.

Kubota Masaki adds considerable charisma to his character who doesn't even have lines and shows off his action skills. Kubota's road to blockbuster action movies was long but the destination well deserved.

Finally, Hayashi Kento plays the big bad boss who always wants to fire or reassign everyone. He looks like middle-schooler (or a fed-up chihuahua) but he is too well of an actor not to put his all in the role.

All of this combined with fast-paced if outrageous plot makes for a fun watch.

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A Little Thing Called First Love
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Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 10
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Overall, this drama is adorable and can be cringy at times. However, I sort of wished that I had a relationship like theirs as well.

The relationship does get a little bit slow and progresses at a slower rate, too. For me, I liked how the main lead guy, Liang You Nian, takes the relationship slow and really respects his girlfriend, Xia Miao Miao.

You'll see a slow transition to how Xia Miao Miao changes her appearance and changes her habits as well.

I recommend watching this drama because it does give you the warm fuzzys.
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Lucky Romance
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by tats
45 minutes ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
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Overall 6.5
Story 6.5
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 5.5
Rewatch Value 2.0
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There were a few things i liked about this. The phenomenal job of the male lead's actor, he brought the character to life showing naturality and no fear to lose posture in order to do gestures and faces people in real life do but actors might fear doing in front of the cameras, if it weren't for him I would've dropped. The initial concept of the spiritualist vs the scientific guy had the potential to be fun. Some side characters like the shareholder and the mom were entertaining in the beginning.

But, the things I disliked were too many for me to truly enjoy this drama.

The plot is very weak, it heavily lacked drama, nothing truly happened. They missed huge opportunities to make it more impactful.
They could've played with concept of spiritualism a lot more. We could've had a reason why Bo Nui was cursed, not just because . For example, someone intentionally cursed her when she was born for some reason and boom you get an easy instant villain. There could've been more funny scenarios because of things the shaman told her to do like the sleeping with a tiger thing.

The bad casting. The female lead's actress is one of my favourites, I loved her in Kill Me Heal Me and Secret but I don't think this role was suited for her, perhaps only in the first 4 episodes when she was her usual loud extroverted self but as soon as Bo Nui started being all mysterious and pushing Soo Ho away like a tsundere for no reason, she seemed to have a problem with showing her internal emotions like some actors do with subtle facial expressions and with their eyes. Maybe characters that proudly show their emotions are more her thing.
Because of that, her character never seemed to like the ML as much as he liked her, and the fact that he followed her around like a puppy and bid her every wish leaving her selfish actions never addressed only made it worse.

Many things straight up made no sense. One of them was that they made it seem like her curse was real but it was real only when it was convenient, Bo ra was in a coma because of her, her parents died because of her, she didn't even look at Bo Ra in fear of making her die but then when she left Soo Ho to protect him from her curse she suddenly started interacting with Bo Ra with no fear of giving her bad luck anymore. There was no need for her to leave everyone without even saying a word if she lived that one year perfectly bad luck free. And when they reunited they still lived with the curse, then what was the separation for? Nothing was resolved.
The last four episodes were a chore to go through because at that point all the plot points were over, the Gary Choi and his father plot was resolved(never really cared about that to begin with), the drama of who really was Soo Ho's father went nowhere and the main couple were already together.

In the end I only don't totally regret watching this because I found some new actors to check out.

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The Fiery Priest
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45 minutes ago
40 of 40 episodes seen
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Overall 9.0
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
Short bit - Some great comedy in this one, some real laugh out loud moments (though you probably have to enjoy toilet humour to get the most out of it :) ) and a good story as the characters battle their way through thugs and corruption to solve a murder and set the world to rights.

Waffle Bit...

This isn't like many other drama's out there, there's a lot more comedic moments in it and the general production style is slightly surrealistic, but in a fun way. Facial expressions, gestures and so forth are all amplified but within the context of everything else going on works well and just grows the characters "extreme" natures in a very visual way.

Action is also over the top with lots of extra sounds added on to add to the action feel of the fighting scenes - again, I think it worked well in the setting, so don't read this as a negative thing (unless you don't like that kind of thing I guess :) ).

The overall plot is interesting as they unravel what's going on, but the Priest starts out from a bad situation with just about everyone around him corrupt and working against him, slowly but surely things develop and the story is finally resolved in a nice and satisfying way. Religious themes are expectedly Catholic and I think they handle the obvious conflict of a Priest doing violent things quite well.

I'll have to listen to the OST because nothing really stood out for me while watching it.

Acting was excellent, as I say lots of over the top-ness that fit the style of the drama. The only actor i'd even seen before I think was Kim Won Hae, certainly none of the main cast - and I'm thankful I now have enjoyed a bunch of new actors that I can hunt down more dramas for. Everyone did a great job. The production style was consistent throughout and worked very well, whether it's extra sounds or visuals added over the top (oh, the petals.... i'm still laughing at that one).

At the end, they say "we will be back" - suggesting quite strongly at a Season 2, but do not let that make you worry about the ending - this season is *finished* well and Season 2 will be a new story if it happens - THAT is how you do season 2 (yes, I'm still annoyed about Vagabond!).

Overall worth a watch for a break from the usual - this one is more akin to "Good Manager" though dare I suggest even funnier - I am absolutely down for watching Season 2!!

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Kinkyu Torishirabeshitsu
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58 minutes ago
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Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
Veteran Japanese actors play a team of interrogators who 'undress' suspects with dramatic flair using only their cunning and empathy.


This drama is almost unparalleled in Japan. So popular it went on for three seasons, it boasts the brilliant script, the high quality production, and the acclaimed guest stars for each episode. It wouldn't be a big stretch to say that so much effort is rarely put in procedurals. Most importantly, the real human emotions run high every episode giving the show a dramatic edge and universal appeal more genre works usually lack. Great tension, pacing, and consistently witty dialogues keep the viewer engaged.

At the centre of the drama, though, is Amami Yuki. She perfected her presence and charisma during her time as a Takarazuka performer, and she is simply majestic here as the strong female character J-dramas deserve. Her chemistry with other interrogators played by the veteran actors is through the roof.

There are two reasons why this drama in not on top of the Mydramalist Rating.

Firstly, there are no ikemen in the main cast. Admittedly, it's a stupid reason but rare comic relief scenes with Hayami Mokomichi do not an idol drama make (and heart wants what it wants). I'd recommend you to give it a chance nonetheless as the cast is unbelievably entertaining.

The second reason is the case-of-the-week structure of the show. A lot of action happens inside confines of an interrogation room so there is no space for elaborate overcomplicated sensationalistic cases. The final arc of the show has appropriate sinister foreshadowing but would hardly shock anyone.

All in all, it's a brilliant Japanese production with the second season being even better than the first.

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The Crowned Clown
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Overall 8.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 6.0
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Yeo Jin Goo played a double role, twin brother, but you don't know that until the end. Goo did really well in doing so in this drama series and very handsome. He has those eyes I love and would love to see more of him in other dramas.

One of the problems I had with the double role is there is a scar right underneath his nose that K Producers forgot to blur out or hide. I had to block the scar from my mind. The main problem I had was killing a child off in the first episode. A child who is an actor should be protected no matter what role he is playing in. I was not for that death scene being aired and almost didn't watch the rest of the episodes. Kim Sang Kyung who played the Chief Royal Secretary was awesome in his role after Episode 1. The rest of the cast did very well and I have to give credit to
Shin-Soo Yun who played Dal Rae the sister to Clown Ha Sun.

There is a twist and turn at the end, I won't reveal it! I'll just question the writer "WHY"?

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BORDER
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Overall 8.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
This is a noir detective drama with a bleak atmosphere and a hypnotic pace about a disempowered hero who riots against injustice.


Border consistently ranks at the top of 'the best detective J-dramas' ratings, yet, it is often claimed to be boring and unoriginal. This discrepancy is easily explained.

On the one hand, the Border scriptwriter Kaneshiro Kazuki is known for his solid well though out mystery plots. In the small world of detective J-dramas solid plot is nothing to sneeze at.

The main character is also quite unusual for a procedural; he is young run-of-the-mill policeman who is disillusioned with the mission of the force, the higher ups, and himself. He is decidedly not a hero. His newfound ability finally gives him an edge in the fight against injustice but it also inconveniences him and makes him an outcast. In other words, for those inclined, the many small misfortunes of the main character are a great source of dark amusement especially since Oguri Shun infuses the character with his trademark charm.

The bleak atmosphere and hypnotic pace underline the existential despair of the main character so the viewer never stops wondering where is the limit of the main character's power and what happens when it is reached. After all, we all know that there is only so many ways a detective drama can end.

It is also worth noting that the drama is a serious one despite the 'seeing the dead' aspect. That differentiates it quite a lot from western fluffy shows with gimmics.

On the other hand, bleak atmosphere and hypnotic pace for those who don't enjoy these things easily translates to boring storytelling and navel-gazing. The secondary characters are not that fun and some of them are further bogged down by mediocre performances. There is no romantic tension or engaging banter (aside from scenes with Furuta Arata's character). The main character's rage against injustice is too easily seen as a typical seinen riot against unfair world that doesn't give one what they feel entitled to.

Unlike Unnatural, Dele or Keiji Yugami, Border is not a mystery drama for everyone. But it is quite different from many other J-dramas and it is the closest to the true noir (the unsexy kind) you can find. I'd especially recommend it to the detective lovers who got tired with 'closed room' Agatha Christie shenanigans in J-dramas and who can tolerate the lack of fanservice for the sake of dry plot developments.

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Bokura no Yuuki
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3 hours ago
10 of 10 episodes seen
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Overall 10
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
First of all rating : I give this a 10. The Main Characters, if not the cast are all under 20 years old. Forced to live in this city after a meteor hit and all the adults started dying off. They are quantined by the government, who is covering up why the city is walled off to the rest of Japan.

While it has "Lord of the Flies" elements, the violence never gets too out of hand with only one child deciding to take the easy way out rather than endure (trying not to spoiler or trigger with that sentence).

The acting was phenomenal in this, age not withstanding. The commentary on the Japanese society (at the time this was made) that once you hit 20 you are dead anyway, becoming a wage slave and heartless only following orders is poignant.

The Music: Aisareru yori Aishitai by KinKi Kids was so upbeat in contrast to what the drama was showing it stood out.https://videa.hu/videok/zene/bokura-no-yuki-opening-3YVscemiW9RbpCiz

Would I rewatch this? To share yes. And that makes it a 10 in my book.

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Doki no Sakura
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Overall 7.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 3.5
Rewatch Value 5.0
" Doki no Sakura " had a strong start, but a weak ending.

The main character, Sakura, was pretty peculiar, nonchallenged and a stick with the rules kind of girl. And she did dominate the whole drama through and through. The big mystery about her being in a hospital was intriguing at first, got a bit tiring later on though, and, eventually, it was a let down. So, the good parts of the drama were the stories of the people Sakura meets and how she helps them and eventually, changes their lives. The big climax of the drama was when she went back to her hometown and all the big life changing events that happened. However, after that, the drama got boring and the plot was tiring, with few surprises, and pretty predictable therefore. The performances were pretty good though and the chemistry between the friends - co workers helped a lot with the entertainment of the drama. However, the romance twist, even though it was cute at first, got frustrating in the end and probably the drama would have been better off without it.

So, overall, seven out of ten.

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Kyojo
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Overall 7.5
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
This is a sleek fast-paced high-tension drama with somewhat unlikely plot and outstanding acting.


Who knew that studying in the police academy in the law-abiding Japan is so fraught with danger? Once the audience accepts that graduating this academy requires enormous grit, determination, and luck, though, the drama flows very well.

Kimura Takuya plays hard to please jerk-of-an-instructor that probably everyone encountered at least once in their lives. These kind of teachers (most of time) are not unfair monsters the students believe them to be; they are just strict and, perhaps, pedantic. As the viewers follow the perilous lives of several cadets, the mystery of whether Kimura's character is evil or benevolent slowly unfolds.

What deserves undeniable praise in this drama is the pacing. The tension is always high and poor cadets are never safe. The high quality production befits the star level of the cast. Many characters have brief stays in the drama, yet, leave long impressions.

Hayashi Kento deserves the most accolades among the cast. His performance brings to mind Elija Wood's cannibal from the Sin City; the level of creepiness is unbelievable. Nishihata Daigo and Tomita Miu also put impressive performances.

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Ongoing 34/55
Under the Power
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by Tyun
5 hours ago
34 of 55 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 8.0
Story 5.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 3.0
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Let's get this straight first, this drama is a RomCom so do not expect to be something like NIF. There are more negatives then positives, but I still like the drama and will watch to the end. Tyun's reviews are short and get straight to the point, so check out below!

Story/Plot
Story is about Lu Yi and Yuan Jin Xia solving crime/mystery cases with friends in a case by case arc format. In summary, everything before the Japanese Pirate Arc was good as the drama seemed like it was following a storyboard. Once the Japanese Pirate Arc/ Poison Plant Arc started, I suggest letting go any sort of expectation of a story (Literally watch the drama with a grain of salt). The story was a mess; obvious missing scenes which causes the audience to literally guess "something here" happened, scene jumps and cliche chinese 'drama' ideas (e.g. villian will take the characters away rather than killing them where the characters will just easily escape by untieing their ropes)

Acting/Cast/Characters
- Lu Yi is the Oppa.
- Jin Xia is the cheeky girl who everyone loves and gets away with anything with her smooth talks & detective skills.
- Yan Shi Fan is the big hidden villian/ antagonist that everyone knows. Usually, his underlings start the problem for each arc and everything eventually relates back to him. He is evil because he has fetishes, so very cliche.
- Shangguan Xi and Yang Yue are very frustrating to watch. Shangguan Xi at least has more depth to her character where the audience can empathise with her suffering and feelings. Yang Yue falls in love with Shangguan Xi at first sight so he must protect and love her at all cost now??? (Very Cliche)
- Nothing against the actor Ethan Yao, but the character Xie Xiao is a brain-dead kid. If you are reading my review right now, IGNORE THIS CHARACTER, pretend he does not exist, this will save you brain cells and a million eye rolls.

Music
Due to the drama still airing, many scenes where the OST should be playing have been muted (maybe due to copyright reasons). This is not the drama/ production fault. So I went back and listened to the OST/ music individually and they were not bad.

Rewatch Value
I won't bother watching the drama again apart from some memorable clips. As stated in the plot section, the story is a mess half way through so don't go through the pain again.

Why I gave the drama my current rating? (8)
Even though most of this review is about the negatives, I still enjoy the drama for the Lu Yi and Yuan Jin Xia interaction. Since this is a RomCom, of course we watch for the cute relationship between the two main leads which is still very engaging and fun. We watch for the bickering, the caring, the protecting of one another and the cheeky one liners that get all of us swooning. Spoilers: Waiting for the next episode where Lu Yi takes Yuan Jin Xia back from Yan Shi Fan in a marriage swap gone wrong!

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Ongoing 36/40
Dreaming Back to the Qing Dynasty
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6 hours ago
36 of 40 episodes seen
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Overall 7.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 2.0
I was very excited to watch this series. And I started a with very little expectations or information about it however I hoped that it would be a good one because I enjoy historical pieces. Overall the series started out great. It was fun, interesting and upbeat. The beginning had a bit of an intrigue to it because you were able to see a little bit of both worlds and how each person lived. Even when the event happened that brought them together there was still a bit of excitement and humor.

What I liked:
The cast did an amazing job portraying royalty. The acting was wonderful. The wardrobes were perfect and the set/scenery always fit the mood. They loyalty/love that the ML had for his brother and wife was genuine and perfect. The ML remained unchanged in his role as smart, loyal and honest. It was nice to see this. The Female lead was just as loyal and even more determined while also maintaining her sense of honor. I loved it because you often see the opposite in these types. Music matched the mood and scenes which only added to the value.

What I didn’t like:
-There was plotting in nearly episode, so much so that it became unenjoyable. There was never a moment of peace or simple joy to enjoy, which made it feel like a stress session.
-The second FL was in to many places and doing to many things. Not sure how but it was overkill.
-There were so many moments that people acted on assumptions which demonstrates poor maturity, i.e, “my cat went missing near your house. It was you. You stole it” or “it’s your fault I’m miserable, if only you hadn’t came home early.” It’s things of this nature that frustrate me because in this time period assumptions often lead to death. This made most of them seem like greedy idiots.
-Chemistry between left the show and didn’t return.
-Extreme hatred/Revenge from what appears to be a one time event.
-The good guys appear to be the eternal underdogs. Although there were moments that were victorious, it appears that karma left the show with chemistry.


The show has its good points with makes it worth watching, however I would have enjoyed it a bit more if some of the characters had a shred of decency and the balance of power/upper hand didn’t feel so one sided. Also would have loved to see more interpersonal relationship dynamics.

This is not a romantic series. It’s a big time plotting historical drama that revolves around a couple that loves each other.
70% plotting
5% humor
10% drama
10% romance
5% familial love

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Ashes of Love
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8 hours ago
63 of 63 episodes seen
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Overall 1.0
Story 1.0
Acting/Cast 1.0
Music 1.0
Rewatch Value 1.0
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Worst
Kill my time. Full ,........................ Main actress is a way bad and she doesn't know acting .

It was hard for me to get into this drama at first. Because I don’t like it when they portray the female lead as weak, naive, and childlike (bordering simpleton). Aren’t there enough movies that portray women this way? I forwarded through a lot of the dialogue towards the end because I really just wanted to know what ended up becoming of the characters. I felt bad for the night immortal and could relate to his change in perspective and becoming what he became. Same with The Princess of the bird tribe. They became enemies of the main characters and when u follow the things that made them the way they are, it’s sad but understandable. She did go too far when she started killing others to achieve her ends and that is true for the night immortal as well. What I don’t like about the movie is when they portray the actor and actress as being without flaws. I mean that’s not reality. No one is perfect. They make the god of fire this great hero, beloved and respected by all who finds the lead actress by mistake and she is innocent and pure. She hides him and goes with him betraying her tribe and throws them into conflict with the bird tribe. Also, I found it annoying that the actress was engaged to the night immortal yet spent most of her time with fire immortal. Even giving him a special gift made from a part of herself when he didn’t deserve it and sleeping with him too? But no one finds anything wrong with what they did. It’s kept between them and there are no consequences except that they get closer which drives a wedge between their relationship with others around them. She inevitably learns her true fate and spends it following her heart (after the god of fire) and him the same. Not taking into consideration anyone else’s affection or situation. She makes up for her lack of
Wisdom at the beginning later on. But if the princess of the bird tribe woke the prince instead and cured him, I think the story would’ve been different. I mean we even see that she did try many times but only the lead character managed to get to him.
Not only that but I feel like this movie could’ve been done in 50 episodes. The longer it is, the more it feels like it just dragged out due to it being popular or whatever. Overall, it’s nice to see more and more Asian dramas with happy endings. This was one of my pet peeves with Asian movies. It never feels complete at the end or it starts out good and ends sad. Like in the series, Rise of the Phoenixes. They make us fall in love with the two characters and well...I’ll let you guess what happens at the end, in case you haven’t seen it.
If I was to grade Ashes for Love, I would give this series a B+.

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Sotus: The Series
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8 hours ago
15 of 15 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 5.5
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 7.0
Music 3.0
Rewatch Value 3.0
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respect the BL elders but poor production aside it was terribly paced, SO MANY scenes in the second half dragged, and the evidence to actually justify the SOTUS system existing was poor. Also, it is absolutely wild to me that a conversation between Kongpob and his friend talking about a movie got as much screentime as Arthit coming out to his friend?? This happens all the time where conversations that contribute almost nothing to the plot drag on for ages and it's meant to show banter between characters I suppose, but I'm all honesty so much of the dialogue is stilted and unnatural that you just end up bored.

The postive is that the main couple is cute and in particular I really enjoyed Arthit's character in particular. Overall though I would not recommend someone watch it in 2020 unless you a) fast forward through a bulk of the second half 2) want to pay respect to the BLs that paved the way or 3) love Krist/Singto.

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3 Will Be Free
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10 hours ago
10 of 10 episodes seen
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Overall 9.5
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 9.5
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Neo: I love you both, equally and at the same time.

It was so very apparent how much Neo loved them both but especially the way he adored Shin was amazing. Because towards Miw he was very manly heroic and protective, the typical dashing hero, you know? But the way he… mellowed around Shin, his whole behavior simply softened. Like Shin said to Miw, “[Neo] gets my sensitivities and your abrasive loud mouth.” They obviously both gave him something he needed.

And the same went for Miw and Shin. They both loved Neo very much, that was their common ground but at the end of the series, it was obvious they started to feel something for each other, too. For Miw, both Neo and Shin were softer than her but differently so. Neo was more her equal so she could be brash with him -but she couldn’t be that way with Shin without feeling guilty. Shin was squishy and soft and so he made her softer, too. For Shin, both Neo and Miw were true and genuine, but whereas Neo was kind, Miw was brutally honest.

So, if you want to watch a genuine polyamory story, not a love triangle, then do watch 3 Will Be Free. Because their poly love is not just explicit - as in sex - but also discussed openly.

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