From the poor box office showing this week, I'd imagine not many are familiar with the movie -- or the book and foreign film it is made from. A shame really -- the book and both movies are quite good. Now of course the movie are rated R for a reason. The movie is very dark and the source material throws in some themes and situations I'm not going to mention.
Short plot info: A socially awkward boy, bullied at school and lonely at home gets a new neighbor. The two become fast friends, but he soon realizes she's no normal girl.
The American remake is even better than the Swedish version in my opinion. Like I said it's very dark and even I was shocked at one death. I knew it was coming, but the way they didn't shy away from it was the surprisin…
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I've held off on posting this since nothing has been confirmed, but I figure I can always edit in the confirmed information. It has a release date of December 4th:
- 2 Audio Commentaries: Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart; Stephenie Meyer
- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Photo Gallery
- 6-Part Making of Documentary
- Jump to… Your favorite scenes
- Music Videos
- PIP Commentary (BD only)
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Benjamin will be played by Rami Malek -- who I'm only familiar with from Night at the Meseum. A small role, but he did a good job. Provided a link at the bottom for those who want to read more.
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Catchy blog title, eh? A friend of mine pointed this trailer out to me today. I'm honestly surprised it took them this long to do a parody movie of the series. I figured they would have started as soon as Twilight came out. But I guess it took New Moon to really cement the vampire craze...
I managed a smirk at best throughout the trailer. But I did get quite a laugh at the end. I won't ruin the surprise for those who haven't seen it. I honestly believe it's not far from the truth...Read more >
I thought I'd share this site with my fellow users. It's a parody of the Twilight series using LOLcat speak. It does get a bit ridiculous sometimes, but here are some of my favorites that I've seen.
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