We’re halfway into 2Gether the TV series and the cast and crew did not waste time pushing the drama forward. What makes these two episodes crucial is that there is the increased interaction between Sarawat and Tine in terms of romance – with glimpses of the past directly connecting to certain events in the present.Continue reading “2Gether เพราะเราคู่กัน the Series – Episode 6-7 [Review]”
I enjoy this series – in a major way – because Bright and Win have so much onscreen chemistry. If you want a ‘symbolic’ comparison, then there is no better example than honey and lemon.
From the premier episode until Episode 5, their characters have grown convincingly. Originally, it was Tine who was desperate to secure Sarawat’s “friendship”, but it soon reverses. Sarawat now appears in total pursuit.Continue reading “2Gether เพราะเราคู่กัน the Series – Episode 5 [Review]”
At this point, viewers are familiar with WhyRU main couples’ dynamics. Tutor-Fighter (Saint and Zee) is more of a love-hate relationship with plenty of angst.Continue reading “Why RU: The Series – เพราะรักใช่ป่าว Episode 8-9 [Review]”
After a rough start – with the cast having been altered a few times – My Engineer is finally on air!
I made an effort to watch it via WEtv app and grabbed a VIP access to watch the 3 available episodes. This coming Saturday, it will feature the 4th episode and I will update everyone with any development.Continue reading “My Engineer เมีย’s วิศวะ – Episode 1-3 [Review]”
Dir. Ma-Dew of The Love of Siam and Home fame retains his cinematic magic in Dew (Let’s Go Together). The flick is a sentimental and romantic drama about two young boys set in a not-so-friendly times for people of ‘their nature’.
The film which runs more than 2 hours, stars Ohm Pawat in the title role and Nont Sadanont Durongkhaweroj as Pob.
Let me get straight to the point. Tine being dense and clueless ruins everything for Sarawat as he moves towards a more romantic atmosphere.
By this time, everyone knows that Sarawat has the hots for Tine and it goes beyond mere sexual attraction. There are plenty of evidence by way of interaction between them to say so.
Episode 7 of WhyRU is an acting highlight for Saint Suppapong as he says goodbye to his sister who has supported him throughout his young and eventful life. Zee’s Fighter kept himself in the sideline amidst Tutor’s emotional turmoils. Yet at the end of the episode, he upped the ante for their growing intimacy.
Someone said, spoilers are necessary to push the drama narrative. In the beginning, I would disagree but things have change in how we review, analyze and discuss series, especially BL (and gay for that matter).
In Episode 3 of 2Gether, the Series, I am more equipped and qualified to review and react because I know some “history” by way of the character interactions.
The first 3-4 episodes of a series usually establish the norm – the kind of style, focus and flow it will take. There will be surprises and out of this world scenarios but overall most drama follow a proven formula.Continue reading “2Gether เพราะเราคู่กัน the series – Episode 2 [Review]”
Let me start my review by a quote:
Lie through your teeth – Today, it means to lie through a smile – easily and unashamed. But its origins go back to the 14th century, when the phrase was to “lie in your teeth” referring both to the liar’s teeth, and the teeth of the person being lied to. The meaning was similar to today’s phrase of “lying in your face.”
In the case of WhyRU episode 6, its lying through your kiss as Zee’s Tutor kept on repeating himself that all the concern and shower of affection for Saint’s Tutor are nothing but “tease”.
Drama review by Steve (Twitter – The_FNGee)
This is the second time I’ve written a review of this episode. The first version lambasted the overall execution of this episode based on a single, significant flaw in logic and acknowledgment of the passage of time. I could not get past those significant flaws without them influencing what I was saying. I also found it difficult to critique the chapter without looking at it on the whole with the information we as an audience garnered from the viewing.
Episode 5 of WhyRU the Series represents a subtle departure from previous episodes as far as relationship development. Both our main couples – Zon-Saifah, Tutor-Fighter seem to have reached a turning point – perhaps its best to call it a point of no return. Continue reading “Why RU: The Series – เพราะรักใช่ป่าว Episode 5 [Review]”
The premise behind 2Gether the Series is quite flimsy- imagine a handsome young Thai named Tine (Win Metawin). He can’t seem to find the right girl and in his pursuit of love, he was taken seriously by a gay guy.
Episode 4 of WhyRU The Series represents one-third of the whole, which means we have 8 more episodes to go. Episode 1 is not to my liking, yet I immediately sense a transition and the original intent of the filmmakers to offer something unique and unpredictable yet in a way – relatable. I’m in the opinion that the remaining episodes will feature delectable, juicy, intense and revealing details that will define this BL drama.
Drama review by Steve (Twitter – The_FNGee)
Another emotional storm overtakes us in this episode. Plot twists, surprise revelations, and even more reveals about the characters we’ve come to care about so much. Acting in this BL series is one of its strongest suits. With the next crop of “BL” series in 2020, I’m hoping we’ll see the same high-quality production standards for which this series has established the benchmark.Continue reading “Until We Meet Again – Episode 15 [Review]”