At the Threshold of an Era

Year:1999

Section:TVB Series

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At the Threshold of an Era I

Reviewed by: selene December 31, 2004

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

How long? 51 episodes= 17 tapes Features an all-star cast including Gallen Lo, Sunny Chan, Kenix Kwok, Roger Kwok, Flora Chan, Maggie Siu, Nicky Wu, Lisa Wong, Paul Chun Pui, Joe Ma, Michael Fitzgerald, Grace Yip, Hawick Lau and introducing Ada Choi and Louis Koo. At first, I didn’'t have high hopes for this grand production: I had the impression that it would be a long drawn-out affair and thus be extremely tedious. But...

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At the Threshold of an Era I

Reviewed by: spcnet May 25, 2004

Rating: 2.0 out of 5

There are several reasons not to watch "At the Threshold of an Era": you'll go broke renting it because it is a 100 episodes, your eyes would get very tired after watching it, most of it you can (and should) fast-forward, the plot is quite ludicrous and the characters are rather poorly written up. One would think that with such a huge cast that has some of TVB's most popular stars, including Gallen Lo...

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08-22-2007 06:26 AM

     

love this story somuch. It is very funny and drama. I was cry in many time. When I saw this series I fall in love Sunny Chan and Kenix Kwok so much. It realy the best series which I ever been seen it.


booboo5

08-17-2007 03:19 AM

     

I love this serie very much.


booboo5

08-17-2007 03:16 AM

     

I love this serie very much.


Bunnypoet

08-10-2005 12:00 AM

     

This is the worst series among the TVB series. The only thing I like about this series are Sunny Chan and Kenix Kwok, Nicky Wu and Maggie Siu's chemistry. The storyline is not very reasonable..


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