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Fighting for Love chinese drama review
Fighting for Love
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by atropabelladonna
Mar 6, 2024
36 of 36 episódios vistos
No geral 7.0
História 6.5
Atuação/Elenco 8.5
Musical 7.0
Voltar a ver 7.0
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Fighting for Disappointment

Yizhi was stupid and immature but it made sense because he was a spoiled and sheltered wealthy son of a princess. And he all of a sudden is on the run for his life with no experience or intelligence. I understand how people are annoyed with him but maybe we too often expect the guys to be the ideal man. To me it felt like his job is suppose to be simply and pure heartedly dedicating himself to Amai. I was able to accept this role and viewed Amai as the hero of the story and Yizhi as a man princess that she would come and rescue. Basically a gender reversal.

The problem starts when they reach the last battle of the show. They went through the majority of the show going through life and death together. And becoming more successful, strong, and able to go through adversity together. Then its simply gets all thrown away when they get to the last part of the show. Apparently all the struggle of the previous episodes were for nothing, and for whatever reason they simply drop the way that their characters were previously.

Yizhi is no longer strong enough to make it though the difficulties when it comes to Amai, when previously he always listened to her, and wouldn't do things that could lose her. And Amai is no longer willing to come save him from the evil plots. She quickly gets discouraged and stops believing him when the worst of the show comes along. I think it would have been easier for me to accept and transition to an ending where they literally just die in battle together. Because that would feel more in line with the majority of the show that was leading me on with a hero story type of dynamic. If the show was more like Goodbye my Princess and you didn't have much expectations for them to stay together or have a good ending, because it didn't lead you on, then it would have been easier to digest this ending.

In Goodbye My Princess it felt like the sad ending was beneficial to the prince's character, or at least makes sense. It was the finale of a tragic story. But in Fighting For Love it just ruins the show and they just give up on the battles that they've been fighting for love the entire show, like don't even call it Fighting For Love anymore please. What even was the point in the characters even overcoming everything that happened before anymore? The show became a bit pointless no?

I didn't rate it too low because it wasn't that bad before it gets to the last part of the show. Most of the show is enjoyable comedy. And it was cool to see a women hero that was actually done pretty well with pretending to be man to join the army.
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