Wow, tune down the boos! 😀
But as *promised*, I wrote about Twilight for Twihards and the haters, too! 😛
I thought the book series was very addictive. That was my opinion, though. The only reason I started reading the books was because I had one day DVRed Twilight on Showtime. I held the movie there for a month or so before I decided to even watch it. When I started the movie, my first impression was: Wow, how dark and slow is this movie anyway? Dark as in the images, not the content. After I finished the movie, I was, like, that wasn’t SO bad! And, I was very curious as to what happens next, so I had my Mom pick up all the books for me and bring them with her for our anniversary (we had both sets of parents and my brother come for our 1st anniversary). She regretted it, though, when all I wanted to do was sit backwards on my couch and read. She sighed and told me that this reminded her of how I was as a kid and how nutso I was for the Harry Potter series and commented that it must really be a great read. I told her that I just had to see what happened next. Soon enough, the 2nd movie came out, and we did the pay-per-view and watched it. I think I finished the entire book series in about a week or two. I have still not seen the 3rd movie, and the reason was this: teenage screamers in the theater. There was no way I was going to watch this movie in the theater, especially when I had not seen the other two that way. I didn’t want to hear: AHHHH, TEAM EDWARD! or AHHHH, TEAM JACOB! or worst… AHHHH, TEAM BELLA! 😡 I’m not THAT big of a fan, now. Anyways, thought I’d share my input on one of the biggest trendy books and movies of the time.
What really drives me wild is how famous the names have gotten because of the books and movies. And, it’s also because they are nice names. Hey, it’s fine, if you’re one of those people, but it’s amazing how it’s affected a lot of things!