Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Twilight: I'm a guy. Ignore this review.
I like women. No- I LOVE women.
They look good. They smell wonderful. They're all soft and voluptuous and feminine and they have those sweet-as-honey soothing voices that just make you want to fall alseep all cuddled up crook of their shoulder.
Ahhh, women are wonderful creatures.
They love horrible movies.
Atrocious films, at times.
We men condescendingly called these "chick flicks" for years, until women caught wind of it and hijacked that terminology and wore it like a badge of honor.
A wise man will pretend to love a horrible chick flick. There is nothing to be attained by criticizing one. Nothing whatsoever.
This was a horrible film. The acting was painful to watch. What was probably a fairly compelling novel was spun into a motion picture that's as interesting to watch as an SAT test is to take. This start-up studio took on the challenge of creating a film for tweens and teens and chicks that has no major stars, no sex whatsoever, and very minimal, cartoonish violence, as well as a generous sprinkling of not-so-subtle Mormon ethics lessons- and botched it.
I'm still reeling from it.
I give it a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10. There's one for the ladies.
(p.s.- my date hated this movie even more than I did. Please.... marry me!)
Posted by Steven Rosbach at 12:06 PM