Namorada (2020) poster
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Popularidade #1188
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Ye Fei Mo é o CEO da Anning Culture, uma produtora de mídia. Embora ele seja inteligente e bonito, não tem namorada. Em vez disso, ele fica deprimido, pensando na atriz que se separou dele, deixando-o com o coração partido. Desde então, sua mãe tenta arranjar mulheres para ele, mas ele rejeita todas as investidas delas. A Anning enfrenta dificuldades, no entanto, e os executivos traçam um plano que envolve Ye Fei Mo fingindo ter uma namorada. Eles acabam convencendo uma mulher chamada Wen Xiao Nuan para fingir ser sua namorada. Ela está tentando arrecadar fundos trabalhando de bico como atriz em meio período para apoiar uma trupe de ópera em sua cidade natal. Eventualmente, a manobra se torna em tempo integral: Wen Xiao Nuan deve continuar fingindo, e Ye Fei Mo não tem escolha a não ser entrar na onda. Mas à medida que a teia de mentiras se torna mais intrincada, uma centelha de romance verdadeiro se acende entre eles. Seriam eles capazes de encontrar o amor nesse estranho e falso “relacionamento”? “Namorada” é uma série dramática chinesa de 2020 dirigida por Ming Yan. (Fonte: Viki) Editar Tradução

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  • País: China
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 36
  • Exibido: Abr 5, 2020 - Mai 4, 2020
  • Exibido em: Domingo, Segunda
  • Original Network: Hunan TV Mango TV
  • Duração: 30 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.8 (scored by 6,406 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3069
  • Popularidade: #1188
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Not Yet Rated

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0 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Mai 3, 2022
36 of 36 episódios vistos
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No geral 10
História 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Musical 10
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Clichê leve e engraçado

Eu realmente gostei muito drama, apesar de ser bem clichê. Achei bem leve e engraçado. A química dos protagonistas é ótima e até os personagens secundários tem histórias ótimas também. Este foi o primeiro drama que eu assisti em que a mãe do protagonista é super a favor do relacionamento do filho com uma garota que não é rica. Isso me ganhou de cara, aí eu percebi que o drama já entraria na minha lista de favoritos. Meu único ponto negativo é que achei o final muito corrido, mas nada que tire o encanto do drama.
Se você quer dar boas risada e não se importa com o enredo repetido, este é um bom drama para você assistir.

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18 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Jul 16, 2020
36 of 36 episódios vistos
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No geral 6.5
História 6.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Musical 6.0
Voltar a ver 3.5
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Overall it’s a decent drama that wraps up everything decently well. To me, the drama happened in three arc: 1. Beginning - hired as a stay-home pretend girlfriend, 2. Middle - her becoming lead actress at his company, 3: End - romance and their wrap up. Honestlys, I think the first half is more interesting than the second half. I think I enjoyed the stay-at-home nurse/maid/pretend girlfriend portion of the drama more. The biggest problem with the drama is its overuse of tropes and cliches. It’s not just a few sprinkled here and there, it’s literally the whole story. The entire story is build on tropes and cliches. I mean I can stomach quite a few of them but at a certain point it became tiresome.

What I like
- Actually I like a lot of the couples in the show. I thought most of the are adorable and had pretty decent chemistry
-A lot of likeable supporting characters: ML’s mom, FL’s manager, ML’s cousin, director,
-A lot of nice feel good moments
-It wrapped things up decently I guess

What I don’t like:
-Some terrible characters: rapey director, terrible manager, annoying exes everywhere…lol. I’m fine with good well developed antagonists…but most of them are just shallow and one-dimensional
-Tons of cliches and tropes. I actually like a decent dose of cliches…but only in moderation and only if it adds entertainment value to the storyline. However, it’s just a little to much here and I feel like it takes away from the drama and sometimes just unnecessary
-Some over the top scenario and weird unnatural behavior from characters. Like you can't be a competent CEO of a media and hired a random girl who's acting you're not familiar to become a top star.
-There's so much repeated exposition, my god. Exposition is fine and use a lot times in detective drama. Here let me give you an example. At one point the evil ex who was a big star finally realize her behavior and thinking was wrong. It goes like this, she has a dialogue with her assistant/manager explaining why her behavior is wrong. She then had a scene with the ML's mom explaining why what she's doing is wrong. Then next episode, she had another monologue explaining why what she's doing is wrong (as a self-reflection) I guess. Look I get...she finally realized her behavior was wrong...but do we need to spend so much time and scenes on this?

-Main couple - like the female lead and she’s a pretty good character overall. I liked how she handle her situation from the beginning to the end and how she handled her romance and life. Though she is Mary-sue-ish at times but it’s not overbearing. The male is decent most of the time but sometimes borderline annoying but overall I thought he’s tolerable. Their romance is sometimes cutes, sometimes romantic, and mostly reasonable. The biggest problem with them there constant pull and push on whether they like each other or not. It’s ok to have a bit of that but sometimes it’s just too much.
The secondary couple between ML’s friend and FL’s friend. They’re a very sweet and cute couple together and they’re both very likable character. The biggest problem I have with them is their story. There are constant overused cliches employed in their story: bad romantic history, bad rapey producer, misunderstanding…again and again, random fiance, disapproval mother, different class and social status. Imagine if you brainstorm a bunch of romantic couple cliches…that’s literally their entire story. Otherwise they’re extremely cute together, moreso than the lead.
The third couple is the director and the FL’s manager. Not a lot of screen time but I find their romance but be more subtle, simple, and cuter.
The ex boyfriend and his gf/fiancee. They play thei

Just some thoughts:
I’m on a modern Chinese drama binging run. Most of these light hearted romantic comedy drama is full of cheese, over-the-top behavior, and weird scenario so for most part I’m ok with it as long is it blends well together in a decent package. For this drama the two random ML and FL throw together in a fake relationship is a standard trope. One that I enjoy for most part, it’s ok here but not as well developed as it could’ve been. That there pretty much sums up what I feel about this drama by the end. It’s all just a bunch of popular tropes thrown together. If you wanna focus on standard tropes, I think the best is to have an interesting take on it. However, this drama seem to written by a committee of people brainstorming popular trope and using everything they can think of in it.

I love the characters but the story just isn’t there. And when the story is not well developed, 36 episode seems like a slog. Would I recommend it? Only if you’re a fan of these type of drama.

Some rant I have [MAJOR SPOILERS]
- That whole ML's obsession with finding out the girl with butterfly tattoo who I think he mistaken as a birthmark is just borderline weird. It's fine to try to find the person who saves your life and thank her. But to hinge that as the pivotal drive to your just weird. I mean the guy clearly never know her since he didn't even know how she actually looks like. This is one of the most important point that drove the entire drama. It's what led him to his ex and it's what caught the ML's attention on the female lead. And here's the twist, which is clear even since the beginning. Let me just spoiled it for you. Turns out, the FL is the women who saved him. That tattoo/birthmark was a temporary tattoo she had drawn on her based on a picture of the his ex (cause I guess she was a big fan of her....who at the time should have been a totally unknown...but let's not get too caught up on that). It's just thats such a weird crucial plot point.
- Is that cancer fakeout really necessary? It was just so abrupt and random.
- The way they wrap up all the antagonist is just weird. Pretty much they all come to the realization that they've been acting like jerks. It's find but the way they did it is so abrupt...AND it happened all at the same time. It's like the writers suddenly realized we're near time end so abruptly make sure the character repent and apologize for their behavior. They did that and gave all them all that and their personality just changed completely. Note that this all happened back to back to back. First, ML's ex realize she's wrong...and then FL's ex realized he was wrong...and then FL's exes fiancee realized shes wrong...:/

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  • Drama: Namorada
  • País: China
  • Episódios: 36
  • Exibido: Abr 5, 2020 - Mai 4, 2020
  • Exibido On: Domingo, Segunda
  • Original Network: Hunan TV, Mango TV
  • Duração: 30 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: 7.8 (avaliado por 6,406 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3069
  • Popularidade: #1188
  • Fãs: 14,394

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