Yes the (In) famous Twilight: Breaking Dawn! Now!-what with me being a well rounded woman who has in fact read that giant hunk of drama publishers call a novel, I can definitely wait for this to come out on DVD. But… Honest to God, my mother and I are only going to see it because the acting is so bad it is more like a comedy (dramedy?) to us. Especially with that Jacob fellow. So there’s that. I just…put it out there. Don’t get me wrong, I actually liked the book (this was before I started reading classics and award winning novels… and I was a momentary “Twihard” fan) but the movies…kind of…. kill it.
They are all dead! Literally!
And no this is not a post where in I completely bash the Twilight Saga. That is just not the point of this post. I am just casually letting you guys know what to expect from me if I ever go see a Twilight movie with you.
I Will laugh my tail off.
I can’t just sit there and watch that soap with out laughing up a storm every time Jacob is supposed to be angry but clearly looks like he is trying not to laugh. I love you Taylor Lautner, but please… stick to that martial arts stuff you were doing and go back to Taylor Swift… or something.
And Kirsten… you know what?- don’t get me started on her….
Or that sparkly hunk…of creepiness, either.
Edward scares me a little.
Either way, my mother and I are going to see Twilight: Breaking Dawn… because we haven’t had a good laugh in awhile.
Here is the trailer.
Now, the reason I did not put the synopsis in for Breaking Dawn is because- well… do you really need one? I mean probably half the people on earth have seen or heard about Twilight so I just left it hanging in the air… like a rag. Yes, a rag.
Here is the synopsis after which I will explain to you guys why I will (doubtfully) definitely be going to see this movie.
When scientists unlock the secret to immortality, time becomes the new currency and one desperate man comes under attack from a mysterious group known only as the “Time Keepers.” In the not-too-distant future, scientists have discovered a way to turn off the aging gene. As the threat of overpopulation looms over society, money becomes a thing of the past. Now, assets are measured in time; those with the most time also possess the most power. Meanwhile, the lower classes are forced to barter with the new elite if they want to live forever. Suddenly a young commoner stumbles across a treasure chest of time. With the “Time Keepers” in hot pursuit, however, he may never get a chance to use it.
In my opinion… that is a fairly bad synopsis. But seeing as I haven’t seen the movie yet and couldn’t find anything better, so that will just have to do.
I’ll definitely write a synopsis for it if/when I decide to do a review on these movies.
But, on the plus side, the preview is pretty cool.
Okay, so the reason I am going to see this movie is because I- oh who am I kidding, my mother is dragging me to go see it. She likes government “conspiracy” type movies. But, I will say that it does seem interesting albeit that bad acting that may or may not be in it. I don’t care. I like a good conspiracy myself. Hence the reason I love crime mysteries and movies set in the Golden Age in England (were those REALLY the “Golden Ages”? Hmm? Hmm?!?!). Plus, apparently, the guy who wrote the this movie also wrote The Truman Show…. and I love that movie so I’ll give In Time a shot.
So there are my Two November Picks.
Got any recommendations?