There’s once a time I only watched Japanese dramas and now I’m not even watching one. Is there a change in my taste or the Jdramas are not that good anymore? I need to hunt some nice Jdramas.
Rakshasa Street– right now on the 15th episode. I was planning on skipping all the episodes that features the heroine but her guardian spirit suddenly appeared intriguing my interest but she’s still useless and I think I should give her some more time while I enjoy the brothers’ story. Prepare some tissues it’s a feel trip there. I hate that white dude whatever his name is, the one who has the blue haired and half naked spirit guardian. Can that guardian leave his master? It doesn’t look like he likes to serve his master.
91 Days– Angelo is one hell of a guy. His planning and calculation makes me go speechless but when Corteo killed Fango my jaw fell and rolled out of the door. Dammit this anime is amazing! I had some compassion for Nero but not anymore. I just want Angelo to kill him after what happened to Corteo. I was hoping a miracle to happen but Angelo killed Corteo. Kill everyone in the Vanetti family, Angelo. 2 more episodes to go.
Fukigen no Mononokean/ The Morose Mononokean– where have you been more like what was I doing neglecting you like this? This anime has Natsume Yuuchinchou feel to it which means I love everything it’s to tell. The yokai are cute and lovely and so are the boys. The story is of a boy Ashiya Hanae (the dark haired guy) who has the ability to see the yokai and one day a cute fur ball yokai literally attaches himself to him and this is where Abeno Haruitsuki (the blond dude) comes in. He’s an exorcist and the owner of Mononokean and Ashiya’s classmate. He helps Ashiya and in return Ashiya works for him. There’s this mysteriousness going on with Ashiya. He’s some sort of powers and I don’t think he knows about it yet. Abeno has his problems, he’s been accused of killing the former owner of Mononokean but its not true. Mononokean is a yokai room which can talk err write…communicate and can use emoticons. He’s friendly with Ashiya. Abeno acts all rude and is short tempered but he cares for Ashiya. Bromance! I have seen 10 episodes and three more to go.
The Mystic Nine– and I was not on episode 30. This is what happens when I don’t bookmark. Anyways, I did find the episode and because I left the drama for some time I had no idea what was happening. I feel like my memory towards some dramas is of blow fish or was it gold fish, the one who forgets. Fo Ye and Xin yue’s tiny romance is cute. I still don’t know why he’s sleeping and what does it have to do with his family secrets. Do I have to re-watch some of the episodes and torture myself with that foreigner? No! I’ll just move on, I’ll forget anyways. Er Ye and Ya tou’s love’s tiring. Ba Ye is the lucky one in this situation. He doesn’t have a girl yet. I like is naivety but sometimes he surprises me by using his brains. I still have ton of episodes to watch.
Scarlet Heart– I stopped on episode 5 because I couldn’t see wolf-man in pain, that’s one of the reasons. Yes, I forgot his name and how many O’s it contained or I will confuse myself with the girl’s name. I couldn’t understand how can everyone call the fourth prince“ugly”. They need an ophthalmologist or an optician. Now that I have left the drama I’m hearing good things about it. What if I start again and I’m not satisfied? Dilemma…hmmmm…
Bin Roye– watched both the episodes, 1-2. Pretty! I was awestruck at some scenes. The director deserves a pat on his back.
The story is about a girl, Saba, who had a crush on her older cousin, Irtaza, and something did happen in their life and Saba is having a difficult time because of that. That’s what the current time line shows. To know why is Saba depressed we go back to the happy times.
Irtaza’s an orphan and his grandma and uncles, aunts love him. He cares and loves Saba, his cousin, like a sister but since she was young Saba has mistaken his gestures and thinks he loves her as she loves him. He leaves for abroad for further studies and meets Saman. Saman is Saba’s older sister but this is kept a secret from the children, except from Irtaza and Saman heard her mother and aunt talking and still stayed silent, Saba’s mother gave her daughter to her brother because he didn’t have a child.
Irtaza and Saman click and they have many things in common. They both like each others company and because of this Irtaza doesn’t visit Pakistan in his vacation but instead leaves with Saman’s family on a trip. Saba is of course upset and doesn’t hide it. Which era is Saba living in? She wrote letters to Irtaza when she has email and modern technologies and what not.
Anyways, the title says Bin Roye (without crying) but anyone can see the heartbreak coming from miles away for Saba and us. Cheating!!!
Drama needs to tell how old the characters are. In the first episode it’s told Irtaza is 30+ or so if I’m not wrong and in the second episode Saba’s wearing a school uniform, that means she’s a high schooler and in her late teens or was that a university uniform? and Saman is 22. I’m not worried about the huge age gap. I have seen couples with a large age gap living happily. I’m worried about the heartbreak.