Not sure if this video have been posted on this thread, but for those who have not seen this.
Behind the scene....
Well, thanks to Tang Yan, we now know Hu Ge and Ariel were dating in RL during LOCH08, hahaha!
I ship Shi-Harem
^ ^ What?!! When did Tang Yan say this?
要爱你一辈子 写爱你的故事 在我心里承诺了几千次
Holy crap! I can't believe she outed them like that.
That was not well done of her. You shouldn't reveal your friend's secrets to anyone, especially not on national TV! Even if they were pressuring her to call Roy during one of the games. If she really didn't want to call him, she should have just stood her ground and said no. Instead she threw Hu Ge under the bus. <shakes head>
Last edited by Vienne94; 06-06-12 at 12:59 AM.
The above is news to me.
Ritchie Ren in ROCH? I remember watching that. It had interesting perspectives on the characters. Producer Yang Pei Pei tends to draw out subtle conflicts that seems to correspond to subtext in the novel. I must say, they did the best fight scene for one-armed YG at the Quan Zhen Temple battle. Most Yang Pei Pei productions have impressive fight scenes actually.Originally Posted by Mido-Ban
The YWHL, OYK, MNC stand-off was equally cool. It did seem strange though, that OYK seemed to increase in powers AFTER he was crippled. I couldn't see any equivalent level of internal power prior to this event. Or, maybe it could be his ballet way of performing his martial arts that jarred with the force of his own fighting skills. I don't think it was LJ's fault though, because when he played LPZ in XAJH, his KHBD fight scenes were awesome.
Interestingly, this version really dug into HQG's Xiao Yao Zhang. I don't think any other version (not including pre-80's) have dedicated so much attention to it. Especially MNC's part. I've always been intrigued that HQG decided to teach MNC, considering she was not part of Beggar Clan, was a woman, and him being generally lazy/unwilling to accept students and all. I'm sure she's not the only young lady he could've helped, yet he chose to teach her.
I'm disappointed (yet again), that this version didn't cover all the GJ/HR events during GJ's generalship (sorry, Han Soloism ) days. I've always been intrigued to have it performed by a different set of actors and actresses beside the 80's version. I find the part when Elder Lao gives a painting of HR to GJ to be momentus. Elder Lao, really playing with GJ's mind, says he doesn't think it looks like their leader (sneakily adding in she's prettier), when he knows HR not only painted it herself but instructed him to give it to GJ. The poem in the painting is a complementary/response to Ying Gu's 'Si Zhang Ji'. When HR first hears it, she tells GJ she doesn't quite understand it. For her to compose a response to it implies she does understand it, and now expresses her understanding/feelings through a love poem for GJ. The mirroring and meaning of the two poems had me re-reading it for ages when I first read the novel. Whether GJ got the nuances of HR's actions is a mystery - I think he was just happy to gawk at her painting.
I miss the series...I think I'll want to rewatch soon.
I just recently went back and watch this too because I got so bored and nothing to watch lol..... I remember the HC show when Ty outed GeChen, I thought that was rude when the entire time Hg was standing up for her when they were pressuring her but then I think hg did gave her permissions so doesn't matter lol