maging sino ka man book 2 ending: the verdict

except for the fine and stellar acting of christopher de leon and philip salvador, maging sino ka man book 2 considerably failed to give the viewers a good story.

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Published in: on March 28, 2008 at 7:29 pm  Comments (5)  

celine’s death…where is maging sino ka man headed to?

seriously, i don’t think that the story of maging sino ka man is headed for glory. with celine’s death, the subplots are getting worse and worse. (i really pity jb. if you analyze it, jb was just reacting to everything has been happening around him, from jackie’s supposed death, to his mom being a control freak, etc). and now, the love of his life is dead. the writer’s couldn’t be more cruel.

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Published in: on March 15, 2008 at 7:01 am  Comments (1)  

maging sino ka man book 2: a huge disappointment for me

after weeks of delaying, and in about 7 weeks, i finally give my verdict. i was such a fan of book 1, loyal fan at that, (i probably just missed 5 episodes), but book 2 is really such a huge disappointment for me.

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Published in: on January 31, 2008 at 12:13 am  Comments (2)  

mskm book 2 ang pagbabalik: script seems flawed and some spoilers!

just like the many avid followers of maging sino ka man book 1, i was excitedly and enthusiastically looking forward to seeing the premier episode of ang pagbabalik!

three episodes after, it seems ang pagbabalik is a letdown, though not as seriously flawed as the ending of maging sino ka man book 1. The exit of Christopher de Leon (Fidel Madrigal) seriously messed up the main plot. I would have loved to see the ultimate pagtutunggali of Fidel and Eli. Worse is the stretched story due to popularity and ratings, which led to the meaningless and suspenseless ending ever. the first 3/4s of the story was the the best plot of a teleserye to date, beating pangako sayo and kay tagal kang hinintay.

okay, going back, after watching three episodes , i see plot flaws. first, how could you forgive someone who killed your adoptive father (dadoods) and made your brother (pong) go crazy, whom you loved so dearly? i cannot believe that fidel calls eli son and eli calls fidel dad now. and the worse is eli defending fidel’s personal reputation as if nothing major happened between them, aside from the fact that fidel was (and maybe still is) and asshole! isn’t that a bit mental?

secondly, the character gloria (glenda garcia) seems to be a miscast. i think the writers didn’t foresee that this character would progress after being catatonic, hence they casted glenda garcia, who, no offense meant, is not big enough of an actress. being the mother of eli, i think the character should be given more exposure and more weight. but since it’s only glenda garcia, they decided to make her take the backseat! i can’t even fathom how eli could live with fidel in one house and leave his long lost mother alone. just because it’s glenda garcia isn’t reason enough for the character not to grow. i think she should be given a chance. gloria’s fate is much like monique’s. they’re both on the sidelines. (monique by the way is portrayed by bing pimentel, mark gil’s ex-wife, sid lucero’s mom. i feel that the mark gil connection is all over, aside from bing, irene celebre, also mark’s ex, is in ysabella as lima’s boss, and then there’s andy eigenmann, mark’s daughter by jackylyn jose, and ira eigenmann who plays the young rosa in prinsesa ng banyera, also his daughter, but i don’t know if bing or irene is her mom.) 

thirdly, i think jackie is not fidel’s biological daughter. (more…)

Published in: on December 12, 2007 at 2:43 pm  Comments (3)  

why is toni gonaza in maging sino ka man book 2?

i like toni gonzaga, although she’s a little bit duh (especially when she speaks english), she’s really very funny!

 i’ve been hearing stories that they would kill celine early in the story. God i swear i would kill the writers if they do that.  i’m so into the jb-celine love story (not sam-anne!), their story really has depth. sobrang ganda! they really weathered a lot. i mean i love their story more than eli-jackie.

 anyway, i really look forward to seeing this. i think fidel is not the real father of jackie, as per monique’s line of “salamat at tinanggap mo kami ni jackie kahit na alam mo ang totoo!” one of the loopholes of extending a teleserye. i’m concerned about this. knowing the fidel before, how on earth would i (and the rest of the other audience) believe that fidel could accept a child not his.

oh well! i’m prepared to accept that, so long as they don’t kill celine off.

Published in: on November 19, 2007 at 3:56 pm  Leave a Comment  

maging sino ka man book 2 & star cinema versus abs-cbn

(source:  http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Showbiz&p=50&type=2&sec=58&aid=20070816149)

Gustong iklaro ng Star Cinema people na in-char­ge sa book two ng soap dra­mang Ma­ging Sino Ka Man nina Sam Milby, Anne Cur­tis, Bea Alonzo at John Lloyd Cruz na tuloy ang taping either October or Nov­ember.

“Nag-storycon na kami yester­day (Wed­nesday) at kum­­pleto ang cast, except  for Anne kasi may prior commitment daw siya, kaya ipinarating na lang sa camp niya na Oc­­tober or November ang taping at airing early next year or be­fore end of this year, de­pende sa decision ng mga boss­ing,” de­tal­yadong espli­ka sa amin ng taga-Star Ci­nema.

May kumalat daw kasi na dahil kay Angel Locsin ay

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Published in: on August 16, 2007 at 7:23 pm  Comments (5)