I’m literally surviving on the joy I feel when I see Robert Pattinson’s face, and Taylor Lautners…well, everything. I fell asleep literally, four hours ago, and now I’m at work doing absolutely nothing.
You would think that me having nothing on my work schedule of the day would be a good thing, but I think its harder to stay awake when you have nothing to do, which is why I’m writing this post now. If I wait any longer I might be fired from my job the next time you hear from me.
The cover of ET doesn’t lie. Eclipse is by far the best of the bunch so far. It has action, passion, and love, and even though this franchise is obviously based on sappiness and the “what-if’s” that young teenage girls have while watching the film, it was still pretty entertaining.
Remember my rant about remaining true to novels once they adapt into movies? The screenwriter basically took Eclipse and copied the script verbatim, which I kind of loved. Eclipse is by far the best movie to look at visually, and it has the best script.
Now on to the shallow stuff.
The boys were ridiculously hot. If T. Laut or Rob Pats were in the same frame I didn’t know where to look (mostly I chose Lautner, of course). Newcomer, Xavier Samuels aka Riley Biers, was a nice addition and is also hot just Google his name with Interview Magazine to see what I’m talking about, and Emmett, Jasper, and the Wolfpack were still gorgeous.
Kristen Stewart was still annoying, loud breathing and all, but I was able to stand her because I know now that she can actually act (The Runaways).
Overall, The Twilight Saga isn’t something that you go into thinking “this is an Oscar-worthy movie.” In fact, I go into it knowing that its going to have corny lines that make all females swoon, ideals that don’t measure up in the real world, and supernatural creatures that spice things up.
In other words, fuck you if you make fun of this post. We all have our guilty pleasures.