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Underdeveloped? Understatement.

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Ok, I felt the need to post my note on this one.
Before watching the movie, I thought it was probably a little lame, a bit this and that... but that it might be kinda cute, and fun to watch... Nope. I was wrong.
It's so damn empty and flawed...!
Oh the acting, the plot, the whole thing... Not even the freaking relationship between the pair was well developed! (How did that happen?)
Plus, I don't see what's so damn attractive about Edward (and by the way, I saw Pattinson looking better elsewhere), as he just striked me as an albino-looking creature, who's awkward not in any cute or cool way.
Seriously, the "story" is remarkably close to unexisting, and it makes me wonder what caused such a huge fuss, buzz, a phenomenon!... And the wondering is in vain, as I can't see what such a frightening number of teenagers saw here. [the movie, not the book - I can't comment on the book]
Everyone knows that Vampires have always been this, attractive thing, for a number of reasons, used in Literature and Cinema, but here, nothing is taken out of there, and more importantly, it also fails to build anything else or achieve anything of any other nature (regardless of the vampire thing).
Everything is undeveloped. The story, the plot, every character, and unfortunately the acting as well... (Oh, perhaps the étalonnage was a little "overdeveloped"!)
No action or effects or pretty boys or whatever could turn it (and none of them are great either). Besides the plot-holes, the interest-lacking characters, and the weird kinda-non-existing-appealing-romance-for-a-love-story, it's just plain boring, never quite managing to get entertaining.
Added by Nebula
8 years ago on 22 November 2009 05:07

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