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Rated: PG-13 for some violence and a scene of sensuality.
Release Date: 2008-11-21
Starring: Melissa Rosenberg
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Country: USA
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Friday night + the release of TWILIGHT = WACK! Supa Dupa WACK!
People…I was soooo pumped to check out this movie. Vampire movies rock….NOT this one. The crazy thing is – I know people who actually got the chance to see an early screening. Everyone said, “oh…Mike, your going to love it.”
Once the movie started…I was like, “Ok…it’s going to get better…ok…not there…ok….now? Hell naww!!” It’s basically about this girl…who lives with her mom in Phoenix, AZ. She is then forced to live with her dad…who lives in this small town in Washington. She’s the new kid in school…pretty much keeps to herself…but then catches the eye of this guy. His name is Edward. Well, to make a long story short…he happens to be a vampire. Yeah, I said it…a vampire. His special skill? He can run fast! Lol Yeah…wack!
It’s basically a vampire…Romeo and Juliet love story. If your 12 years old…and a chick, I’m sure you’ll like this movie. Me…not a chance. It never got going in my opinion…it stayed flat the whole time. NO BLOOD, NO GUTS, NO COOL VAMPIRE FIGHT SCENES…NO NOTHING! People, don’t believe the hype…read the book instead. I hear that’s better anyhow.
So, this weekend…save your money…and go see BOLT.

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