POPE's #1 MIA LUANG
Hehe. Same here Adora. Didn't like her until RP too.
janajelly1 said:Yaya- I'm sorry, but after DJA, I couldn't stand her at all. I watched her lakorn with Aum. Man she was so stiff! Honestly, she's a sweet girl and I find her cute but her acting needs major improvement. She doesn't come off to me as a versatile actress. I hope she improves... No offense guys just stating my thoughts...
I really want to see Yaya in mature roles, but i don't think she suits it just yet.. Which is okay too cause i like her cute rolesjanajelly1 said:
She doesn't seem to try different roles and her acting comes off weird if she plays mature roles. Its kind of annoying she won the Chad Luek Award thing three times in a row. Sadly awards are now given by popularity not talent. Just like James Ji won an award a few days ago...
She won the 7th most influential person in Thailand or something. I think they agree with us since they named her the Fresh Kiddy Face Act N'ek LOL
Adora said:I disagree, but I respect your opinion.
I personally didn't care for Kim at first...until I saw her in Raeng Pradtana. Her character was very well portrayed in there in my opinion. She also proved to me that she's a bold and versatile actress. After that, I watched her lakorn with Mark (produced by Anne), and thought she was GREAT in there as well.
I love Kim, and I believe that she gets casted into good lakorns because the directors and producers see her potential and ability as an actress. I also believe that because of that, they want to challenge her to become an even better actress.
Of course, she has the looks and popularity as well, so that does contribute to her being a top sought-after young actress. However, looks and popularity don't just apply to Kim; without it, many other young stars, if not all, wouldn't be as popular and sought-after as they are either. It's hard for me to believe though that Anne chooses her actors based on looks or popularity alone. Being an exceptional actress herself, I'm sure a quality actor or actress is what she values more than just simply being attractive or well-liked by the Thai audience. Again, of course those are benefits, and those factors do contribute partially to actors and actresses receiving work. As I said, I just don't think Anne is that shallow to only cast her stars for their looks and/or fame. So in other words, all I'm saying is that Anne has to see some sort of potential and talent in Kim to be promoting her so much. She's even said it flat-out that Kim, as an actress, reminds her of herself when she was younger and that if anyone were to take her place in the future as the princess of Thai entertainment, she would want Kim.
In my eyes, Kim has been improving and I have no doubt that she will grow to become an amazing and top actress (like Anne herself). ^_^
i just cant agree with this more... i really force myself to watch many lakorn of hers since she has done many but i really couldnt stand her face....phatman said:Chompoo A.: People consider her an A-list actress, but I think not. She may be pretty, but she is definitely not what I consider a leading lady. There are four lakorns that I want to watch, but because of her I can't bring myself to watch them. Her facial expression is always very droopy and her crying scenes kill me every time. I don't understand how she's considered a top actress...? I just don't see it.
The first time I saw Chompoo was in Andrew and Kob's Luk Mai Klai Ton, and I thought she did well as the sweet sister. I actually liked her then, and I think she does better as the sweet nang'ek since she has those sad droopy pitiful eyes. Hehe.jeedlove said:Chompoo isn't necessarily a bad actress, it's just that she's not as good as people make her to be. Her main weakness are her dead eyes which makes it hard for her to be fully expressive. I also don't think she's all that versatile because she's not very convincing in a weak role. She's much better off as a snobby, spoiled nang aek or straight up rai nang aek.
One actress that I can't really bring myself to watch is Mai Davika. She always has this air of arrogance all the time so I can't connect with any of her characters. Her body language is really stiff too. However, a lot of people seem to praise her for her role in Plao Kao so perhaps she's improved.
That was the lakorn that introduced me to Andrew. Hehe. I thought he was so cute. However the lakorn itself is...kind of slow from what I remember. I watched it a long while back. Haha.jeedlove said:Really Phatman? I never watched that lakorn since I'm not a big fan of Kob but I'm curious to check it out. Thanks!
I've tried watching all of Mai's lakorns including Pee Mak yet she's never impressed me at all. I prefer/like her more as a model than as an actress.
Gloriawongpuapan said:LOL. I had a good time reading everyone's comments. Although I disagree with a few, I understand that everyone is entitled to their own opinions.
I personally can't stand AFF. Don't bash me AFF fans, but I can't stop looking at her nose. She denied getting it done, but it looks so unnatural to me. Jai Rao was a big fail for me because of her. I only got through the first few episodes because of Ken and Not. I'm not saying she is ugly though. She is still pretty, it's just her nose that bothers me.
Janie is really pretty but there's something about her crying scenes that makes me laugh.
As for actors..... I don't like Kong S. I just can't seem to understand why he's a pra'ek. He's not attractive or talented in my eyes. I don't feel a connection at all.