Ninja Assassin dropped on account of being terrible and shockingly boring for the first half of the picture. It's a bunch of ninjas trying to kill each other and James McTeigue found a way to make that unexciting and tedious.
Here's what happens in New Moon. Three teenagers spend nearly two hours frowning and moping and not screwing. Also, there's a tremendous amount of male shirt removal.
We're in hard times, it's reasonable to expect that people will look for saviors and fantastical escapes -- be they in the form of vegetarian vampires or meat eating pseudo-author/pseudo-politicians.
What is worth noting is that all of these male characters are basically users and abusers of their friends, family, and lovers. Yet Bella is attacked in various circles because she allows herself to be abused and used.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon raked in a monstrous $140.7 million over the weekend. Three reasons why the second film of the popular book series may have the biggest autumn opening weekend in history.
The audience for this huge weekend for Twilight was 80% female. So, if you looked anything like Robert Pattinson and were willing to tag along at the movies, there's a healthy chance you got laid over the last 72 hours.
New Moon just grossed $26 million in just midnight and 3am showings, and it clocked $72 million in just the first 24 hours. Why do I feel like Tommy Lee Jones at the end of No Country For Old Men?
To put it bluntly, Twilight sucks. (Sorry, that pun is too irresistible). One moody high school girl lusts after an even moodier vampire and the result is a potential $100 million opening weekend at the box office?
The Twilight Saga: New Moon opened last night, and already swarms of movie goers have packed theaters to see the continuing saga of vampires, werewolv...
The Twilight Saga: New Moon comes out today. And it's a safe bet that it'll be number one at the box office. If you're unconvinced whether this flick is for you, here's an overview to help you along your way ... or not.
The Twilight New Moon premiere featured beautiful stars, elegant outfits and the true strength of the Twilight franchise: the fans.
The Twilight series has bad writing, ridiculous characters, and is excessive and unrealistic, but most importantly: it's fun. It's a lot of fun. Both the books and the film are so bad they're good.
What do you think? Is Bella a good role model for young girls who treat these books like the Bible?
Vampire shows, vampire films -- they're all around. The nation loves them and the love affair doesn't show any signs of fading.
Twilights are like normal highlights; they're just strategically placed to optimize grow-out time. Instead of hitting the salon again a month after the first color, you go once a quarter and no one is the wiser.
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