Kidnapping scene at this stage of Dolce Amore?! For a bit akala ko I clicked on FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano? Then I asked again, finale na ng Dolce Amore? Should I brace myself for Pangako Sa’yo’s epic cement mixer?? Sigh! Buti naman hindi it didn’t get there. For a casual viewer like me, i’d say that this episode I don’t share @buyuharea’s thoughts on the episode:
If the tweet hated it, I think this is the episode that will make me watch Dolce Amore a little more often. The Twist thought ❣ Va Bene ❣
Kaya nga sa huli ang tanong, y tu Binggoy? Pero Friday night pa lang yes before the big reveal last Monday, may mga nakahula na (it was sorta predictable in that aspect that way):
Si Lucianoa nga ba? WhuDunnIt?
Friday night’s episode ended so strongly for me, kaya I ended up looking forward to the next following episode. In sum and for they who followed forevermore it looks like, they have seen this relationship conflict before:
Much needed twist to move the story forward, but they lost me as soon as Serena and Tenten’s scenes became a tad too melodramatic. I have nothing against Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano’s acting. But i dunno instead of listening to Serena’s pained speech, I found myself informally timing their scenes.
Confrontation scene habang naka-upo pa si Serena, and the car chase scene – talaga lang ha may oras pa rin silang mag-sumbatan? Kalurks! And as written – hindi na kapanipaniwala.
Fine they have to stretch sequences kase they are preparing for a long on location shoot. Siguro kinailangang mag-ipon? Isa pa itong, help us, help us scene na ito… True to form syemps as a scene beautifully framed pero I can’t just buy into the car chase fiction.
So overall and to sum up that viewing experience, I checked twitter to find out if non-Lizquen fans are still watching or tweeting about it. Oo naman! I’ll still keep follow it casually but I had to check again, what about veteran journalist Lynda Jumilla and veteran broadcaster Teddy Boy Locsin, are they still watching? At least for that episode not so – between signing up to Dolce Amore world versus Pinoy Election Fever, the latter prevails.