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Joined:  06 Feb 2006
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Country (Nationality):  Philippines
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Interests: Dorama, J-pop
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bruisedlee's drama votes (1)
Hana Yori Dango [花より男子]
Well, I've just finished the live action Hana Yori Dango. And what can I say... this series just blew me away! I wasn't really familiar with the story, since I haven't read the manga or seen Taiwan's "Meteor Garden". Honestly, this is only my third dorama (I got started with Nobuta wo Produce, followed by Gokusen) but I already think this is one of the best doramas ever! The pace keeps you at the edge of your seat, the casting very well thought out, and overall production was flawless! This show gave me a different perspective of Japan. Although based on fiction, it could somehow be real, right? The mansions... the lavish lifestyles of these pampered rich kids... the stretch limos... it's so different from the crammed Tokyo and mediocre high school students I'm used to seeing on Japanese dramas. Emotions run high on this series. It has made me laugh out loud, cry, and cheer on. Hana Yori Dango is a gem that everyone should consider watching. You will surely cherish it.

bruisedlee's artiste votes (2)
Oguri Shun [小栗旬]
I first saw Shun in Gokusen playing Uchiyama Haruhiko - a tough guy with a heart of gold. Uchi was kinda scary with his blonde hair and devil-may-care attitude, but he made me cry. Now only a very good actor like Shun can do that. I was a bit skeptical when I found out that he's playing the quiet Hanazawa Rui in Hana Yori Dango... but he pulled it off. From a toughie to a serious, laid-back guy... now that's versatility! One can't help but fall in love with the character Hanazawa, whom Shun has brought to life so convincingly. Oguri-san seems to have a lot of confidence as an actor. He deserves to go farther in the industry.
Tsukamoto Takashi [塚本高史]
Hey...this is the hot blonde guy in episode 9 of Gokusen! Kurosaki-san!

bruisedlee's dramas (3)
Gokusen [ごくせん]
Rating: 9/10 (Watched)
Hana Yori Dango [花より男子]
Rating: 10/10 (Watched)
Nobuta wo Produce [野ブタ。をプロデュース]
Rating: 8/10 (Watched)

bruisedlee's drama reviews (1)
Hana Yori Dango [花より男子]
A Different View of Japan [Rating: 10/10]
Well, I've just finished the live action Hana Yori Dango. And what can I say... this series just blew me away! I wasn't really familiar with the story, since I haven't read the manga or seen Taiwan's "Meteor Garden". Honestly, this is only my third dorama (I got started with Nobuta wo Produce, followed by Gokusen) but I already think this is one of the best doramas ever! The pace keeps you at the edge of your seat, the casting was very well thought out, and overall production was flawless! This show gave me a different perspective of Japan. Although based on fiction, it could somehow be real, right? The mansions... the lavish lifestyles of these pampered rich kids... the stretch limos... it's so different from the crammed Tokyo and mediocre high school students I'm used to seeing on Japanese dramas. Emotions run high on this series. It has made me laugh out loud, cry, and cheer on. Hana Yori Dango is a gem that everyone should consider watching. You will surely cherish it.

   

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