A year-long journey that defines the lengths by which obsession, classism, and insecurity create, destroy, and define relationships. This article argues for Walang Hanggan (2012) to be considered an example of how to write teleserye storylines that remain impactful even after close to a decade.
As a classic battle shounen series, Naruto remains one of the most important contributions to the action genre. In particular, the training arcs and montages reveal how well-executed the progression of Naruto and the cast are in terms of their skill set.
The character of Jaime Lannister exemplifies self-loathing and the feeling of being trapped in the world more than any character in the series. The journey we spend with him could also help us confront our own sense of hopelessness, particularly when we see no hope for change in our politics.
Since the start of the Hasbro Era for Power Rangers, Beast Morphers was touted to be an RPM-inspired series possibly continuing from the legacy of the Disney Era's final hurrah. Throughout the two seasons, there are hints that this might be a big possibility.
Return to the classic beat of "Ang Huling El Bimbo" and see how the music of Eraserheads helps Filipinos today understand unnerving social issues.
Berserk explores the journey of Guts, a man who lives by the sword and seeks some meaning in the cruel world he lives in. Guided by Griffith, a charismatic mercenary leader and rising star, he finds a home among the Band of the Hawks. This article explores their dynamic as the struggler and dreamer
Frozen 2 is an exciting adventure into the unknown and along for the ride are some of the fandom's lingering questions slowly resolving themselves through a number of daring risks Disney has navigated without restraint.
Disney's Tangled was one of the best movies to come out in the 2010s. Having established a refreshing version of the classic tale of a girl trapped in a tower, not many expected the story to expand so much but here we are!
The series ends with so many problems that began as soon as it was carried to high levels of popularity. This article investigates how Kadenang Ginto struggled with its nuanced storyline by prolonging the key plot points that fans wanted resolved.
Los Bastardos has ended and with it, more concerns about how teleseryes continue to recycle old tropes without improving on their weak points.
Starting September 9, ABS-CBN is rolling the red carpet for not only the upcoming Ball but for exciting moments in their top teleseryes. A few noteworthy names come to mind and the expectations they bring will surely capture the heart of any viewer.
As Los Bastardos draws to a close, let us take a look at some of its highs and lows to find out if the series is worth giving another shot
Kadenang Ginto's formula for nuanced characters continues to intrigue and amaze Filipino audiences. However, what seems to be an improved take on typical teleserye tropes is a simple but powerful lesson on writing engaging stories most teleseryes nowadays have taken for granted
Los Bastardos explores the lives of five sons and their father as they navigate through parental drama and shifting tensions among themselves. As the series goes on, more new conflicts between existing characters are introduced, some of which feel more forced than others.
Anime reviews on Youtube have inspired me to try analyzing the shows we watch and what important lessons we can learn from them. From social commentary to emotional release, there is so much to talk about and much to discover about our favorite shows