@ Liza … get over it. its damn funny. now go soak up in that Mary Sue-ism .The only reason a sane person would watch twilight is because of fanatics (like yourself) who condemn people for NOT reading the books or giving it a chance before they start to state their opinion (to which they are all entitled without a hoard of zombies..err fans waiting to jump and bite their heads off), which doesn’t necessarily have to be conform with yours.
Twilight is the sad proof that an entire generation fails when their vampires sparkle. and is it me or that’s REALLY an unhealthy kind of relationships.
Did i mention the plot is TOO similar to the manga Vampire knight? (minus the sparkles)
and VK came way before TWATlight….Now go cry to Edward Cullen’s poster.
@ Eva, I can’t quite make out whether you are slating the movie alone or the books aswell? Didn’t like the movie too much but the books were AWESOME!!!!!! Recommend reading over movies ANYTIME! And yes, people are entitled to their opinons, including Liza. Your not even in keeping with your own views there! Sorry but it had to be said! 😀
@ Jess a 1-Books AND movies… 2-Yes to each his opinion, until you start to force it on the others, then its hunting season!! I know people who like the books\ movie, but still laughed at the idea (why? its called sense of humor) and …3- what are you? 13? or 30+ ? …either way go back to the origins of vampire stories and you (might..just might) understand why I am lashing out like this. .. “Sorry but it had to be said! :D”
Who told us to watch it? Our girlfriends, the fangirls and the creepy fan women. The main reason that pretty much everyone I know hates twilight is because the fangirls are not willing to accept that the movie is not that good and can’t take it when someone says so. Its not as is we’d be dumping it if girls, even 40 year old women just shut up about it. On that point, I just think I might point out that if it was 40 year old men screaming for a girl that age there would be a big debate about perverted men.
If only Sigmund Freud were alive today to do an analysis of why women like Twighlight — but alas all we have nowadays is Dr. Phil.
I would add something here though. If you want to see the Twighlight fanatics (especially the 40-something women) have the 3rd. Twighlight feature a group of female werewolves. Since the author of Twighlight has all these guys playing werewolves topless (something about their body tempåerature, right?) what would happen if a group of sexy women without shirts came to meet up with their male counterparts? Many of the 40 somethings would be furious.
Note to Hollywood: There definitely seems to be a market for a vampire-killer movie.
Personally, I like both Blade and Edward. I suspect they would work together. Blade would find Edward mildly annoying, but honorable, and since he doesn’t kill humans, he would probably let him live. And Edward might be happy to feed some of his more pschyotic brethren to Blade’s knives by giving Blade information on their whereabouts.
Actually, I can see the dim outlines of a movie trilogy there. A collection of decent, if tricky vampires is using the human hunters (armed with faith, ancient magics, the Robe of Elijah, hi-tech weapons and shotguns–all done in nice showy CGI) to depose the reigning world powers–a collection of evil, bloodthirsty vampires. The first movie is told from the Hunters pov.
The second is told from the good vamps pov and it shows the human hunters, and the way the good vamps offer them help and even sanctuary is just part of the overall revolution.
The third is, in part, about how the good vamps and the humans rebuild the new order after the end of the bad vamps.