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Twilight: New Moon

Sunday, November 22, 2009 - Consumerism, Me, Thoughts

Jaime and I went to a 12:30a showing of New Moon at the Rave off of O’Neal Lane.  It was awesome!!

First, the theater was full of little teenagers and a bunch of gay guys.  It was hilarious!  Second, there were these three girls who said they were triplets who were entertaining the theater before the previews came on.  I’m not sure if they were doing better before we got there, but they were trying to play charades and the only thing they would say was, “Does anyone have any ideas?”  Third, the moms.  Oh my word the MOMS!

When Jacob (Taylor Lautner) took his shirt off, the entire theater went “woooo” followed by an older lady saying, “I couldn’t help it! It was a reflex.”  O_o  Yeah, I was a little creeped out.

Anyways, the movie was fantastic and I loved it!  Now, I know it’s not just me because Jaime said the same thing, but does anyone else think that Bella (Kristen Stewart) always seemed like she had to potty?  I know that in the book she has issues speaking.  (ie: She stumbles over her words and has difficulty forming words.)  It’s understandable when you’re surrounded by two incredibly good looking guys who both want you, but it seemed a bit much.  I don’t remember her having that much difficulty in the book.

I need to reread the books, because it’s been a while since I’ve read them.  I meant to read them before seeing the second movie, but it sort of snuck up on me.  In fact, I was lucky to get tickets at the last minute!

Jaime said he liked Edward (Robert Pattinson) better in this movie than in the first movie.  O_o  Edward was only in the very beginning and very end of the movie!  Silly boys.  He isn’t a big fan of Edward … something about him being “emo” or some such nonsense.  He’s such a hypocrite.  Haha!

Oh, and because I’m lame like that, this is my favorite part of the first movie:

His accent pops out just a teeny tiny little bit and it just makes me giggle insanely!

If you haven’t seen New Moon yet, go see it!  In spite of the acting being a little overkill (in my opinion) it’s still great!

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