I left my beloved office at 4:00 p.m. on Nov. 20th, ready for the night to begin. Twilight was upon us! I crashed at my mother's house from about 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm. I woke up, groomed myself and headed to Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, CA to meet up with friends to see the long awaited and anticipated, Twilight movie. We entered the theater at 11:00 and sat in the very front row and listened to children scream and act like psycho's. The movie finally started at around 12:15 am and we thought it was the "Punk'd" version. Are you serious? This movie was so poorly directed that I laughed and whispered obscenities to my neighbor. My eight year old nephew was bored out of his mind. Was Edward really jumping from tree to tree like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon? I was disappointed because the only reason anyone liked this movie is because there are major hotties in the cast. Twilight, you disappointed me. I'm over it. I lost precious hours of beauty sleep to watch Edward Cullen glitter like diamonds in the sunlight? Oh, Edward you're beautiful! LMAO! I like my vampires with a little more balls if you know what I mean! Geez, bite a dog or something! I did love Rosalie and Victoria. They kicked major bootay and Dr. Carlisle was just plain GAWJUS! I vow from this moment that I will not go to see the next movie in this series at midnight. I will not frantically purchase tickets online and I will not be mesmerized by the hype. Oh, what a complete let down. I'm hurt, I'm destroyed and I'm drained. The production team, the director, the movie studio and Stephenie Meyer are all laughing straight to the bank!!
♥♥ - lackluster
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