Three-word review of a DVD screening of “Twilight”

It’s the quiveringest!

Captions don't count: Seriously, I expected to hate this movie, but ended up enjoying it a bit more than a poke in the eye. Yes, there's lots of quivering: eyes, lips, cheeks, necks. And glistening faces! But for all its self-seriousness, I still don't believe a 110-year-old vampire goes to high school. "You don't want this," Edward tells Bella when she invites him to bite her. Yeah, no kidding: Eternal high school. That IS hell.

Captions don't count: I expected to hate this movie more than I did. But despite all the moody broodiness, it still failed to convince me that a 110-year-old vampire must go to high school. "You don't want this," Edward tells Bella when she invites him to bite her. Yeah, no kidding, Bella: Eternal high school. That IS hell.

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2 responses to “Three-word review of a DVD screening of “Twilight”

  1. Carol

    Would you care to comment on Edward’s hair? I know Michael Philips found it to be quite distracting and “fwoopy.”

  2. jdrewscott

    Actually I have no problem with vampires having fwoopy hair. It helps them attract fwoopy girls. Pair them off, I say.

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