Kicks, confessions and kisses litter this episode and well, who doesn’t enjoy any of those individually or collectively — given the right circumstances? This drama definitely seems to be on an up turn and though it’s not quite there yet, I can’t say I don’t appreciate how honest our characters have been with one another. And it doesn’t matter how long it’s taken them to get there, for it’s just refreshing we have a group of high schoolers that think and speak and move. At times it’s rash and inappropriate but thankfully, they seem to be learning some valuable lessons and aren’t as jaded and closed off as they should be nor as much as they’d like most to believe. Continue reading
The more I watch dramas, the more I step into each one with little to no spoilers or expectations. And oddly, for the majority, projects I enter with that blank slate, I find, I enjoy much much more. Therefore, for me, this drama becomes more about what I think about it “after” I watch it, than what transpires minute by minute. And at times, I find myself having just as much on my mind as Tan, merely hours after “the cut” is finished. Perhaps, this is what Kim Eun-sook desires from us as viewers or maybe I’m just too pensive for my own good, but either way, it works in her favor, and mine.
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It’s hard to believe we’re already at episode 5 because nothing much has occurred. The funny thing is, I don’t think that makes Heirs any different from many other dramas out there. However, what does draw the line is that this fact is noticeable, undeniable and I’d be remiss for not addressing the reality.
But even with that said, you won’t find me complaining (too much). Rather, I see what pictures are being drawn and choose to find beauty in what is taking shape. My only desire is when the masterpiece is done, each road that’s been mapped, culminates in satisfying travail.
And the countdown begins people! With the date change (now November 1) came the format change (from 3D to 2D) and now, Krrish 3 is but hours away and as usual, there are images and teasers galore along with behind the scenes photos and press cuts. Hrithik Roshan has been everywhere for the last few weeks sitting down with just about everyone discussing this film, his goals, his health and this projects’ impact of his career. Yesterday, Times Now released their most recent interview with entire cast and director Rakesh Roshan recorded less than a week ago, where they discuss their excitement, costumes and desire for authentic Indian superheroes. Check out this segment and a few more cast and couple interviews with the actors of Krrish 3 to satiate your anticipation before you head out for the premiere.
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With Krrish 3 premiering this week, it’s gotten all of my attention and I’ve barely mentioned (but in a random post) that the Dhoom franchise is releasing its triple threat, for the holidays. The film has been thrown around for so long, that I was concerned it may never happen, for the big names touted never seemed to have the time. But finally, at the beginning of this year, a date was set and the villain secured and now only weeks after it’s teaser previewed with Shuddh Desi Romance, the official trailer zoomed in two hours ago in IMAX format (6pm MST). Continue reading