Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Posted by policemen at 7:48 PM
For sure, many GMA fans will again react to this but whether you think we're biased or not, we will still endorse this show. We were able to watch yesterday's episode and the we were really impressed by the show.
First, it's like you're watching reality TV. The scenes are so realistic and relevant. We were especially impressed by Jodi Sta. Maria-Lacson's scene yesterday where she went to the Presidential Palace and argued with the guards without fear. The fact is, that happens almost everyday in the Philippines. So many people have lost faith in our government that some of us often decide to make a move only to be stopped and controlled by the people in power. The vice-president and his wife's actions are also very common. Traditional politicians who are so deeply rooted in evil they only care about themselves and their money. Tanging Yaman is a very timely show because it precedes a news program where we are able to see the same scenes this time, happening to real people.
Second, the stars of the show are doing very good in portraying their characters. Special mention to Jodi Sta. Maria-Lacson,Ruel Santiago, Noel Buencamino, Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzales. They're so good that we often forget that they are not like that in real life. Jodi for example belongs to the middle-class or even in the upper class in real life but in the show, she really looks like someone who grew up in the slums. What do you think?
Meanwhile, Enchong Dee has said on abs-cbn.com that Erich and Ejay are now in good terms. He said, “Every time something happens wala ako dun sa pangyayari. Like nung unang time na ‘yon nagfi-first taping day pa lang ang Katorse wala pa ako nun. Nung pumutok naman ang bagong isyu, nasa bakasyon naman ako non so palagi akong blindsided ng mga pangyayari pero pagbalik ko naman I try to talk to them and they’re very open to work it out so ngayon they’re very okay.”
photo courtesy of abs-cbn.com