Monday, February 19, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Head Writer of 'Bagani' Responds to Netizens Questioning Appearances of Characters and Storyline





Images courtesy of Twitter: markangos

20 comments:

  1. This mark angos is mayabang. Tanggapin na lang na nakakaoffend ang casting niyo

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  2. Asa pa kayo sa ABS. Iba ang pinas hindi kagaya sa hollywood na may audition. Tinitingnan kung bagay yung artista dun sa characters especially kung may pagka historical yung story. Sa pinas kasi kung sino ang sikat yun ang ilalagay nila kahit hindi pwede yung looks nila sa characters.

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  3. Aslan is not a symbol of Jesus christ. The lion itself is the form of the Son when he would appear in Narnia.

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  4. Diko gets storyline, edi sana ung moreno nlng kinuha nila. Lagi nyu nlng pinaiitim si enrique eh di nman bagay sakanya moreno. Pro ampangit tlga nung pagkaka kulay nya mung putik hndi tan

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  5. ang dami kasing nagmamarunong na bashers. gawa kayo ng sarili nyong serye!

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  6. Ang dami kuda ng mga netizen. Bakit hindi na lang sila mag produce ng sarili nilang show.

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  7. Defensive much na ang ending is self-contradicting na. Hayyy...just let it be na lang. Wag na magjustify kung alam naman sa sarili ang katotohanan na dito sa Pinas, love team-live yeam lang palagi...

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  8. Daming hanash ng mga bashers. The story came from the writer and production's imagination and interpretation. It's fiction and a fantasy. Hintayin nyo na lang kung maganda o pangit yung kakalabasan ng teleserye.

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  9. Just admit na ito ang gusto ng mga boss, tapos!

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  10. Bagani is a sacred word to me the l
    lumad tribes of Mindanao (who by the way are experiencing bombings, killings, militarization as of the moment). Bagani means a warrior defending the tribe, it is a matter of life and death. To use Bagani nonchalantly in a teleserye (kahit pa me tsapa ng artistic freedom keme) is bastardization. Especially when that teleserye will reduce the Bagani into a "power rangers"-like group with a love triangle thrown in. Nakakahiya sa mga totoong Bagani na nasa Mindanao ngayon, nagtatanggol sa kani-kanilang tribo laban sa land grabbing, bombings, militarization atbp.
    The historical significance of Bagani is something to be proud of. Tulad ng Amaya, sana ginawa na lang nilang historical fiction.
    PS. This is directed to the producers and executives, not the actors.

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  11. SALAMAT! FINALLY, we are questioning why mestizos and mestizas dominate the Philippines' media. Why do we elevate mestizas? It just sends the wrong message especially since most Filipinos are kayumangi. Ang taggal ko na hinintay na makita to as a discussion. Some desperate women even marry ugly old white men just to get half kids. That's how wrong this mentality is.

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  12. Kasi naman karamihan ng mga drama ginagawa para sa artista and not the other way around. Ang mga supporting cast na lang ang dumadaan sa audition. Kaya imbes na humanap ng morenong actor, kinulayan na lang.

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  13. Me too, just watching the trailer, alam agad na di bagay ang napiling actors for such a theme. Sana di pinilit..

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    1. Di ka kasi fan so, ayaw mo..don ka na lang sa idol.mo okay?

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  14. truth to be told, wala akong akong pake kung anung color ng skin nila white, brown or yellow wala. basta lang maganda yung script okay na.

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    1. Basta kami we're excited to watch lizquen..i don't care if it's a fantaserye or romcom!

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  15. It doesnt matter, kung inspred by myth lang ang point, eh gumagawa lang naman kayo ng ingay para mapag usapan at gumawa ng controversy. Lol pero totoo. Colonial mentality talaga ang pinoy. I dont care kung mga artista nagpa gluta or retoke kasi trabaho yan. Ang di ko lang gusto , pag foreign blood mas binibigyan Trabaho meanwhile ang sariling atin ,
    Di natin pinapansin kahit mga sobrang talented.

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  16. I am speaking of extremes here but does anybody remember Budoy, a show about the life of a mentally challenged man portrayed by Gerald Anderson. So if we take those politically correct ideas, should everybody be outraged that the protagonist isn't a mentally challenged actor?

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    1. Your comparison doesn't make sense, wala naman mentally challenged actor under KaF, meanwhile, they have a slew of actors and actresses na di kelangan ng bronzer. Btw, I don't care if the casting is historically correct or not, since this is just a typical fanservice teleserye, nothing new. But I do think the makeup is a bit too much.

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  17. Daming butt hurt netizens if you don't like what you see don't watch the damn show ndi ung andami nyo pang sinasabi

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