“Zhong Yu Tang (Tseng Joanne) and Ji Wen Kai (Yan Aaron) are childhood friends. Wen Kai’s grades has always been normal but Yu Tang’s grades were really good. After becoming adults and entering society, Yu Tang has entered the cosmetic world and has the chance to become the secretary of the new CEO. The CEO ended up being Ji Wen Kai! And their story continues..”
This is my third time watching Taiwanese drama after Meteor Garden and Just You. It gives me a good impression of the first episode, and hopefully It wouldn’t turn out the same as the previous Korean dramas I have escaped of watching.
Ishaan Awasthi is an eight-year-old boy who dedicates more time to dreaming up wondrous worlds of animals and kites than he does to finishing up his schoolwork. He has a DYSLEXIC disorder which he has difficulty of reading & writing correctly. In a very young age he bears the brunt of criticism from his parents,teachers and other people he interacts with. When he gets into far more trouble than his parents can handle, he is packed off to a boarding school to ‘be disciplined’. Things are no different at his new school, and Ishaan has to contend with the added trauma of separation from his family.
Ram Shankar Nikumbh is the temporary art teacher who encourages them to extend their boundaries of thought and imaginations. He shows special interest in finding out the difficulty of Ishaan. With time patience and care he helps Ishaan find himself and unlock the impossibility of becoming a normal kid.
One of the best Indian movie I have seen. The characters are devoid of realness. It shows the kindness, caring and overcoming the disorder. It conveys the message of how the world is cruel to put pressures to children for the name of success.
Life is really not about getting the top grades and competing with others, don’t try stretching all the fingers; they might break! Sometimes in life, it is healthy to be slow and dumb. – Ram Shankar Nikumbh
“A boy who is believed to bring bad luck leads his family (and a couple of ragged misfits) through Laos to find a new home. After a calamity-filled journey through a land scarred by war, the boy builds a giant rocket to prove he’s not cursed and to enter the most lucrative but dangerous competition of the year: a rocket festival.”
Reality Bites. Poverty. War. Faith.
The movie serves us to understand simply that no matter what brings out adversity in our life, we must always have HOPE to prove and redeem our-self, to fight the poverty in the name for your family.
A lovely, resonant, natural, deeply movie.
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“Valentin (Eugenio Derbez) is Acapulco’s resident playboy-until a former fling leaves a baby on his doorstep and takes off without a trace. Valentin leaves Mexico for Los Angeles to find the baby’s mother, but only ends up finding a new home for himself and his new found daughter, Maggie (Loreto Peralta). An unlikely father figure, Valentin raises Maggie for six years, while also establishing himself as one of Hollywood’s top stuntmen to pay the bills, with Maggie acting as his on-set coach. As Valentin raises Maggie, she forces him to grow up too. But their unique and offbeat family is threatened when Maggie’s birth mom shows up out of the blue, and Valentin realizes he’s in danger of losing his daughter- and his best friend.”
You’re the best thing that I never wanted to happen to me.
My two great loves. One taught me to be ready to face life. The other taught me to face life without being ready. Now together they’re teaching me to face life without them.
A loving and sweet movie that is more than to be expected. A touching father-daughter relationship mixed with humor and charms. It will make you realize how much paternal love can change. A must see movie.