Opening weekend, Twilight's box office numbers were somewhere in the neighborhood of $141 mil. OMG! I can't believe it. I still can't believe that I watched all five movies. Yep, all five.
When the mad blur began, I read Meyer's four books before the first movie because I wanted to know what the hype was all about.
I enjoyed book one and book four, tremendously. When I watched the first couple of movies, I believe I was just as wrapped up in them as every teenager out there. I really analyzed this phenomenon. Why was I as anxious to watch the first movie?
I guess no matter what age you are, maybe, we all have a secret hope that we find that one breath-stealing unbreakable love.
By the time we reached book two, I felt like it was a little like...hmmm, am I the only one who felt like it was a long suicide note. Then the whole imprinting thing turned me off. (I'm an aunt and for some reason I couldn't let it go. I kept wanting Meyer to change that part of the story.)
So, here we are now with the final installment. I read the books so long ago that I can't match it up to the book, exactly. But, I enjoyed the movie. Acting aside. It was fun and fast-moving. The books didn't necessarily move at the same pace.
Kellan Lutz...wtf! BEAUTIFUL! Did you guys see his shoulders and arms. Come on. No fair.