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Re: Twilight

Posted: Jan 28, 2010 3:10pm
by Hardcore
Yami Haga-Ryuzaki wrote:I have nothing against Robert or Kristen - they're fine actors - but the entire cast of Twilight didn't have much to work with in the first place. I hate the book and I hate the movie. I cannot wait for this fad to end.
I actually think the acting sucked, too. I just saw the movie a couple weeks ago.

Re: Twilight

Posted: Jan 30, 2010 3:53pm
by Grell
Mel wrote:Well, I must say that the movie makes it on my favorites list, which is a bit hard. I do have to add though, that the movie (along with the book) was very, very disappointing. The quality, acting, and scenes, etc for the movie was very poor. It took at least 3/4 of the movie before we seemed to get to any of the actual action, etc.

The book on the other hand was horribly written, I must say. The writing was at the grade level of a junior high student, I hate to say it. The characters were also very undeveloped, which upon reading the book was even more of a disappointment.

Over all though, the main story plot was very interesting. It just wasn't written well and the movie wasn't directed well. Too many inportant scenes were left out.
You just spent most of your post hating on the thing, and its on your favorites? ... Why? Just why? D:

Begin rant mode here:
The main plot was the same main plot of every badly written romance in history. Girl moves to new town, meets boy, they fall in love, random crap happens, happy ending, the end. I'm disregarding the rest of the books in the series, because they just turn it into a bizarre, badly written Soap Opera.

And you know what? There were no "important" scenes cut out that would have made the movie any better. NOTHING could have made this movie better. If they cast Johnny Depp as Edward and Megan Fox as Bella, they STILL wouldn't be able to make this movie look good. Aside from the fact that no self respecting actor would EVER take a role in a movie like this.

There was no action in the movie at all as far as I'm concerned. I sat through and watched it. What might be considered "action" was a five minute scene that bordered on ridiculous. The majority of the movie is them oogling eachother in an angsty fit of stupidity.

I tried to read the book. It challenged my intelligence, and I had to put it down lest I lose any more brain cells from just touching it.

There are no vampires in Twilight, only Sparkle Fairies. There aren't werewolves either. Just Pedophilic Spacewarmers.

Re: Twilight

Posted: Jan 30, 2010 7:31pm
by Hardcore
I don't like Megan Fox

Re: Twilight

Posted: Jan 31, 2010 10:30pm
by Grell
I was just trying to think of someone who was popular with the guys, and she was the first one that came to mind.

... I'm bad with names, she IS the one in Transformers, right?

Re: Twilight

Posted: Feb 01, 2010 2:51am
by Hardcore
I think so.

Re: Twilight

Posted: Feb 01, 2010 9:11am
by Grell
Yeah, so that was my reasoning. lol. But still.

Re: Twilight

Posted: Feb 26, 2010 8:31am
by Pyro Psycho
Grell wrote:
Mel wrote:Well, I must say that the movie makes it on my favorites list, which is a bit hard. I do have to add though, that the movie (along with the book) was very, very disappointing. The quality, acting, and scenes, etc for the movie was very poor. It took at least 3/4 of the movie before we seemed to get to any of the actual action, etc.

The book on the other hand was horribly written, I must say. The writing was at the grade level of a junior high student, I hate to say it. The characters were also very undeveloped, which upon reading the book was even more of a disappointment.

Over all though, the main story plot was very interesting. It just wasn't written well and the movie wasn't directed well. Too many inportant scenes were left out.
You just spent most of your post hating on the thing, and its on your favorites? ... Why? Just why? D:
Mind f*ck! :?

I've never read it ... never will. I'm going to spare my eyes from this crap. That and the summaries speak for themselves; somebody's little wet dream.

Re: Twilight

Posted: Feb 26, 2010 3:32pm
by Grell
Pyro Psycho wrote:
Grell wrote:
Mel wrote:Well, I must say that the movie makes it on my favorites list, which is a bit hard. I do have to add though, that the movie (along with the book) was very, very disappointing. The quality, acting, and scenes, etc for the movie was very poor. It took at least 3/4 of the movie before we seemed to get to any of the actual action, etc.

The book on the other hand was horribly written, I must say. The writing was at the grade level of a junior high student, I hate to say it. The characters were also very undeveloped, which upon reading the book was even more of a disappointment.

Over all though, the main story plot was very interesting. It just wasn't written well and the movie wasn't directed well. Too many inportant scenes were left out.
You just spent most of your post hating on the thing, and its on your favorites? ... Why? Just why? D:
Mind f*ck! :?

I've never read it ... never will. I'm going to spare my eyes from this crap. That and the summaries speak for themselves; somebody's little wet dream.
Its true. She took some drugs went to sleep, and had a life long wet dream over night. She woke up one morning and thought "HOMGIGOTTAWRITETHISPEOPLEWILLPAYLOTSAMONEYFORMYSEXYSPARKLYWETDREAMOFSTUPID"