Our Skyy 2 (2023) poster
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Série de sequels en huit parties qui poursuit les histoires de Tian et Phupha (A Tale of Thousand Stars), Pran et Pat (Bad Buddy), Khabkluen et Daonuea (Star and Sky : Star in My Mind), Nuengdiao et Palm (Never Let me Go), Chay and Gun (A Boss and a Babe), Talay et Puen (Vice Versa), Akk et Ayan (The Eclipse) et Tin and Gun (My school president). (La source : Anglais = MyDramaList || Traduction = Plumchi de MyDramaList) Modifier la traduction

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  • Pays: Thailand
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: avril 19, 2023 - juin 8, 2023
  • Diffusé Sur: Mercredi, Jeudi
  • Durée: 54 min.
  • Score: 7.7 (scored by 6,641 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #4525
  • Popularité: #895
  • Classification du contenu: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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Lizzindagi
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juin 10, 2023
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 0
Globalement 7.5
Histoire 7.0
Acting/Cast 10
Musique 10
Degrés de Re-visionnage 7.5
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Paresseux , sympa et dispensable

Pré-diffusion :
Les trailers sont incroyables et terriblement excitants, la chanson de l'opening est sympa. Retrouver nos personnages aimés même si on sait que cela va être court et probablement assez léger est euphorisant.

Post-diffusion :
Les épisodes sont très inégaux. Les scénaristes ont pour beaucoup été singulièrement paresseux avec leur idée de base, à savoir que l'on retrouve souvent le thème de l'univers parallèle et/ou du renversement de situation (à comprendre de manière littérale, les personnages sont intervertis) . C'est le cas pour Never Let Me Go, My School President, A Boss and a Babe et de manière plus mesurée pour Vice Versa et The Eclipse.

Comme prévu, cela est léger, très souvent bien trop léger, mais ça se voit rapidement et ça n'est pas désagréable.

Les deux meilleures propositions sont à mon sens les deux dernières, à savoir Bad Buddy et A Tale of Thousand Stars, toutes deux scénarisées et réalisées par "P'Aof", qui a une connaissance, un amour et un respect des personnages originaux qui manque peut-être aux autres specials.

Au final, sympathique mais non nécessaire.

PS : les OST sont formidables

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Multilicus
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juin 8, 2023
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 0
Globalement 7.0
Histoire 7.0
Acting/Cast 7.0
Musique 7.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 7.0

A lot of wasted potential

“Our Skyy 2” was meant to give us more of the good stuff (for those who – unlike me – enjoyed all the shows it was based on), but with a twist. At least that’s what I thought after watching the official trailer – which led me to believe, that some (or maybe all) episodes will be somehow connected with an overarching plot. That was proven as false very quickly; what we really got were 16 episodes of similar or lower quality than the original shows; see my thoughts on each special below - in the order in which they aired.

“Never Let Me Go” was a terrible show and its “Our Skyy 2” episodes aren’t better. For about 30 minutes of the 1st episode Phuwin’s Nueng continues to be the same annoying jerk he was for almost the entire original series, while Pond is the same boring, stiff Palm. Again, there’s no chemistry between Pond and Phuwin – something I got used to by now; GMMTV should seriously rethink pairing those two together. The twist, plot and basically only new thing this special brought – the time-travel induced role reversal – wasn’t interesting nor amusing; it wasn’t important either. Both episodes suffered from surprisingly low production quality. I rated NLMG at 2.5 (overall) and see no reason to rate the special any higher.

“Star in My Mind”. The original show wasn’t great, it was at best decent (and a good study on why communication matters in relationships), with a few finer moments (the script of the original show had much more potential; the show could have been a much better one). The special had almost no substance; fluffy, but dragged on forever and got boring very quickly. Easily forgettable piece of BL entertainment. Dunk and Joong always seem to be more interesting off screen, but at least there was something between them – not full blown chemistry, but a spark. The Satang-Winny thing came – show-wise – out of nowhere, as their characters had no interaction in the original series; it looked like an attempt to copy their good dynamic and decent chemistry from MSP. Overall rating: 7.0.

“The Eclipse” wasn’t my favorite BL (with the plot often bordering on idiocy), but Khaotung and First did a very good job there and deserved praise. Same happened with the special – which, by the way, was the first bit of “Our Skyy 2” that I enjoyed. Overall rating: a solid 8.0 for the chemistry and originality.

“Vice Versa”: the original show was okay, albeit it was a bit disappointing with the whole parallel universe thing being merely a canvas for a BL love story (rather than an important part of the story itself). I appreciated the special for standing on its own, with a self-contained small story. Jimmy and Sea look good together, but I was never fully convinced by their acting; I won’t be the first to say that they give off buddy vibes rather than BF vibes. Overall rating: 8.0.

MSP was great (I rated it at 9.5) – which can’t be said about the special. We got more of the same fluffy and cute goodness as in the original series with some minor twists and tweaks as well as some fan service added for a good measure (#TiwPorisreal). Unfortunately all of that goodness came from recycling the original show and reusing its plot. Even the title of the special – “Multiverse of Cuteness” – was misleading, as it was implying that we’ll see a different story, a new approach, familiar characters in a new setting, facing new problems etc. None of that happened, as all we got was a rehash of what we knew. We didn’t get episodes 13 and 14 of MSP; we got episodes 1-6 again, but condensed into 2 episodes. Some will say that it was great, as many have missed those characters – and now got them for 2 more episodes; other (like me) will feel disappointed by lack of any originality. Overall rating: 7.0 due to the disappointment.

“A Boss and a Babe” was a weird, partly successful attempt at comedy merged with a BL story, mixed (very poorly) with more serious stuff; tonaly the show was all over the place. The special is more consistent – It’s a comedy. It also drags a bit and feels like 1,5 episodes stretched into 2 episodes. Overall rating: 7.0.

“Bad Buddy meets ATOTS”: I won’t event try to separate the stories of episodes 13-16 of “Our Skyy 2” and will have to rate them together – which isn’t easy. “Bad Buddy” and ATOTS are wonderful (two of my all-time favorite BLs), but very different shows and merging them is a tricky business. It should happen for a reason – and I don’t see one. Pat and Pran’s plotline isn’t a continuation of “Bad Buddy” – as we already know how that story ends; this makes their part of the special seem unimportant and a bit pointless. There’s no character development and very little of what we could consider added value. OhmNanon are in good form, but have to work with too much of (deliberately) rehashed scenes and lines – hence the freshness of Pat’s and Pran’s relationship I remember from “Bad Buddy” is absent. The 4 episodes special seems much more about Tian and Phupha and their story. The script is far from being perfect, with some key issues handled in an incomprehensible way, but the main message (eventually) does come across. I got all teary during the second half of ep. 16; EarthMix did a wonderful job there, while P’Aof actually wrote a new (but not final) chapter to the Tian-Phupha story. That saved the special, making it a worthy successor to the terrific original ATOTS. Overall rating: 8.5.

Overall rating for “Our Skyy 2”: 7.0.

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Star and Sky: Star in My Mind | Sky in Your Heart
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Bad Buddy
Vice Versa

Renseignements

  • Drama: Our Skyy 2
  • Pays: Thaïlande
  • Épisodes: 16
  • Diffusé: avril 19, 2023 - juin 8, 2023
  • Diffusé On: Mercredi, Jeudi
  • Durée: 54 min.
  • Classification du contenu: 13+ - Adolescents de 13 ans ou plus

Statistiques

  • Score: 7.7 (marqué par 6,641 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #4525
  • Popularité: #895
  • Téléspectateurs: 18,002

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