gwylui wrote:OMG it's so good to read how people liked the movie cause at the theatre I watched it at, alot of people thought it was bad. Some people were so mean, throwing words out like "horrible" and "stupid." I really wanted to punch some of these people in the face. I think these people excepted an epic like Lord of the Rings, but Summit is still a emerging film studio so budget is tight. And with someone as artsy and free-spirited as Catherine Hardwicke, they shouldn't had expected fighting and flying all the time. It's just good to see people appreciating the hard work the Twilight cast and crew putted into making this movie for the fans/Twilighters.
twilight1909 wrote:Wow... I REALLY wish I could feel HALF as good about the movie....
I am truly, seriously heartbroken. Twilight was a MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT for me. It made a joke out of the book. I'm embarrassed to think that people will judge my obsession based on THAT. It was really cheesy, choppy, awkward... .......very happy for those of you that loved it. I hate to say this, but it's my opinion: the movie took the magic out of Twilight. Never thought I would say that. Ever. I still feel the same about the BOOKS, but I will not go see New Moon if it is made into a film.
*Goes off and mourns*
butterfly420km wrote:Yes, I can officially say there is nothing to worry about...
IT WAS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUST WHEN I THOUGH I COULDN'T LOVE TWILIGHT/EDWARD ANY MORE...!!!!!!
I just came back from the midnight showing. It was so so so good!!! Ugh, I'm too excited to even go to sleep now! I had to hurry home to post immediately! I went to the movie by myself because I couldn't get anyone to come with me so I haven't even been able to talk to anyone about it, I'm dying!!!
ellalou73 wrote:Don't worry Butterfly420km, you were not the only one to attend alone. I did show up on my own but I found another woman who was also there by herself so we rallied together and found good seats.
My greatest worry was that everyone would start screaming the moment Edward came on screen, but the audience was great. We all laughed at certain times, and no one said anything bad, but I was too into the movie to really hear what other people might have said, and I had this huge grin on my face nearly the entire time.
I think some of it was a little rushed in spots but I think that it fits too. I don't want to go into specifics because I know some of you haven't yet seen it, but it really was quite great and if anything a beautiful love story and then some. They really did a great job with this and I'm so excited about seeing it way more than I should, but what can you do when they give you a great movie to watch? And a movie that brings Edward Cullen to life so wonderfully.
*Still has that huge grin on her face*
soozabooza54 wrote:I have a huge silly grin on my face too!
I also was surprised at how "well behaved" our crowd was... there were little squeals at the beginning when the Summit logo came up, but other than that, no real yelling or annoying stuff or anything. And surprisingly, the biggest fan reaction wasn't to Edwards entrance or the kissing or anything, but to Carlisle's entrance. That Peter Fac is pretty awesome.
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