Twilight Tuesday

Even with all the new Details magazine pictures out there, it feels like I just can’t seem to get a good Twi-fix. Sure there’s always fan fics, but those only go so far, especially when two end at the same time. Then there’s the waiting for updates, and those always seem to occur infrequently and in sync, no matter what I’m reading.

To make matters worse Twi-Whore has forbidden me from watching Twilight till the New Moon release. I know she’s only doing it cause she’s trying to get back at me for not letting her go see New Moon again the week before it ended. She plays dirty. Must be why I hate love her.

Plus there’s all the photos of the supposed leg hitch, and while I shouldn’t have, I accidentally on purpose saw them. All of them. And they were hot, and now I’m attempting to regrow my Eclipse Twymen, again. How I’m going to last till the end of June, I have no idea. However, I do know that watching the trailer does not, a Twymen, break. When we go to Remember Me on March 13, I’m sure we’ll squee louder than anyone else in the theater, if anyone does, in fact, squee.

So while I impatiently wait for Remember Me to premier, the Eclipse trailer to show and my Twymen to regrow, I’ll have to keep reading my fan fics, and look at leg hitch photos to get my fix. And my plethora of Rob porn. Yes. That should do it. I hope.

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Twilight Tuesday

Amazing isn’t even the right word for it. Beyond amazing doesn’t describe it well enough either. Saturday I spent the afternoon and evening watching New Moon. Twi-Whore and myself decided that we were brave enough to throw ourselves amongst the throngs of screaming fangirls and tweens to see New Moon twice in one day, because just once wouldn’t suffice. Our first showing was at 4:00 and I got there at 1:30 expecting to need to walk around the mall for a bit before getting in line. Boy was I wrong! A line had already formed and was only 4 people long, but join them I did! It didn’t take long for it to grow either. While in line I read a chapter of Tropic of Virgo, and listened to my iPod to pass the time. Twi-Whore showed up not long after and we waited for another hour before they let us in.

The squeeing began when the previews rolled, then subdued a bit (for us anyways). And when we were cockblocked with an extra preview I almost got mad till I realised it was for Remember Me! We squeed so loud and nearly hyperventilated, and the ladies next to us gave us the stink eye. Finally it started. Twi-Whore and I held hands through probably 3/4 of the movie, just because we were so excited! It was ridiculous and silly and my hand cramped and she cut the circulation off of my fingers, and I made her ring gouge her thumb, but we were just so crazed. 

I can’t say enough good things about the movie. The effects, the acting, the direction, the screen play. They were all amazing, and put together with the cast, I just don’t have words to describe it. We got to see Jasper and Emmett a bit more this time which was so nice ’cause I heart them hard, and Charlie. I loved Charlie in this! Billy Burke was exceptional! His parts were funny and touching and just all around great.

I’m so glad we didn’t see Stutter Bella this time, and Smell the Fart Rob. Taylor was exceptional, and played his role extremely well. I walked in expecting to leave feeling extremely angry with Edward but surprisingly wasn’t. It ended up being Bella I was mad at, for hurting Jacob so badly. And can I just say I loved the cliff hanger ending? We all know what happens in the end anyways, and if you haven’t read the books shame on you you deserve to not know how it turns out till you see Eclipse.

After the first movie ended we went for dinner at Pita Pit, and the guy working made fun of us a bit for going twice and tried to rub it in that he went the night before. Whatever, I’m a good Twi-friend and waited. That says a lot about me, I think. After dinner we went back to the mall and were going to browse for a bit, but I had a feeling there would be a line up so we headed back to the theater thankfully to stand in line. I was right, there was already a huge line forming, with about 30 or so people ahead of us. So we stood there for another 2 1/2 hours. The line ended up forming a huge loop around the inside of the mall, and we later learned it had sold out. We didn’t hold hands that time but were still just as excited to see it start (and for the Remember Me trailer). All in all we had a great day! And the effect of seeing it twice in the same day was a definite plus! We caught things we had missed the first time, and were able to absorb more without judgement. I can’t wait to see it for a third time, and a fourth, and a fifth….