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Well, Bituing Walang Ningning was quite watchable even though it was not very good, but Pangarap na Bituin is very low. The story was supposed to be more realistic than BWN and Bituin, but it turns to be very soap operatic, just like all the other ABS-CBN dramas.
Cherry Pie Picache, who gave amazing performances through the indie movies Kaledo and Foster Child, is annoying along with Rica Peralejo, Joel Torre and Rio Locsin, who practically gave their worst performances in their television careers.
Plus there is Sarah Geronimo, who gave a reasonably well performance with BWN; but now, she should just stick with singing, her acting is going no where. And there was also Jericho Rosales, who last year the lead in his own drama, is now in a very low supporting role. Out of the 5 episodes shown weekly, you only see him in 2 episodes...
It was only Maja Salvador's character made me stay and watch this awful drama. She and Jay-R Siaboc have a good chemistry even though he is a bit bad in acting - I think its the accent. In addition, I thank ABS-CBN for giving Pooh and Cathy Gonzaga roles in this series, cause they are pretty damn good (funny).
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