She's Dating the Gangster by Bianca B. Bernardino
And for She's Dating The Gangster author Bianca Bernardino, strong Fans of the book are thrilled that the story has been turned into a movie. She's Dating the Gangster has ratings and reviews. Carleen said: At But I was wrong. This novel type story was easy to read and to be understood. Transcript of SHE'S DATING THE GANGSTER. THEME: school mall canteen bar. Setting About the book. Thursday, March 13, Vol XCIII.
Some sentence were in Tagalog then the next was in English then later some Korean expression will be inserted.
She’s Dating The Gangster Book Review
There were words that really bothered me. I think it was the word "hindi". Instead of using the correct spelling, she used "hinde" and it's so annoying to read. There were too many imperfections of this story but I won't mention them all. Most importantly, I felt like this "book" doesn't have a plot. Okay, it has one but it was too confusing and indirect.
She's Dating The Gangster Book Review- Ane King
I really resisted the urge to just leave the story unfinished. I really wanted to stop reading. But I wanted to see what everyone was talking about. I thought that with every chapter that I finish, the story would at least progress and slowly develop to reach the climax and main conflict but there were too much "filler chapters". A lot of chapter was unnecessary. This story shouln't have been published into a book.
A book is at least clear, polished, and clean. It was as if every chapter in this story was rushed. As if the author just thought of random scene to put in a chapter. It has to be a happy ending, for the sake of profitable escapism. Thus, instead of death as the payment for love, Garcia-Molina chose the reality of not being with the one you love, of waiting, of eventually settling. It is this ending that separates Bernardino's juvenilia and Garcia-Molina's masked maturity, in the midst of studio compromises.
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There are simply more heartaches more immense than the ones dealt by mortality. The film adaptation of She's Dating the Gangster is a series of risks taken that paid off quite well. It could have been a straight adaptation and it would still have pre-teens bawling because of the tragic ending.
It could have been set in the present with its characters mouthing pop culture references that are hip and relatable to the target audience. It could have been just about Bernardo and Padilla, and not Zulueta and Gomez, whose onscreen love affairs are relics.
'She’s Dating the Gangster': Evolution to the big screen
It could have been just another romantic comedy, the ones that mainstream studios have been churning out for corporate survival ever since the decline of the demand for more serious fare. It's good that it's not. She's Dating the Gangster is not art.
It is still a film designed and crafted for escape, the ones Garcia-Molina, with her knack for fake hairpieces and dreamy fantasies, is so good at making.
It is however entertainment that is self-aware. It knows what it is, what it is not, and where it came from. When it concluded with a redo of one of the most iconic and memorable images from a Filipino romance, the one from Hihintayin Kita sa Langit where Gomez carries a dying Zulueta in their last try at love, everything fell into place, from the decision to cast two generations of popular love teams to its attachment to the 90's.
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