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Late Night: Twilight Sequel

Twilight sequel is coming out soon, and since I have a p*ssy, I am naturally salivating in anticipation for it.

Any movies you all are looking forward to?

31 Responses

  1. Carry on without me, BBs. I have to have an early night tonight! 😛

  2. The next Harry Potter in Imax.

    • Yes, can’t wait to see Harry Potter. I’ve never seen Twilight and not really interested. I think the franchise is less popular with people over 25 but Harry Potter is more universal and popular among people of all ages.

      • Twilight is a pretty good book series. I’ve read the first two books thus far( my daughter and I are waiting for the third to come out in paperback).

        I enjoyed the Potter series with my oldest but he kinda outgrew it when the final book came out(He has never been a big fan of reading and when he does he prefers the horror genre). Mom, of course, stood in line for that last book. I knew Snape was a good guy(and was happy to see Harry gave one of his sons his name).

    • Me too

    • Yup. I am with ya! Not sure about IMAX – didn’t do that last time. Is it really a good thing?

  3. Me? I’m Starting to worry that I’ve seen too many clips from the movie Hangover. Will it still be funny in the theater?

  4. I love Twilight, but Jennie Garth’s husband is freaky.

  5. I’m also looking forward to Julie and Julia and the Taking of Pelham 123.

    • Oh Julie and Julia looks great. Although, I didn’t like the book as much as I liked the blog, plus I fear Julie Powell will be the next MoDo, she should NOT be writing serious book reviews.

      • There’s a blog?!!

        • Oh yeah, that’s how the whole thing got started, she decided to cook her way through Julia’s cookbook in one year and blog about it.

  6. Now on DVD

  7. Sorry if this doesn’t count since it occurs in the past, but I did see Up over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. I took my niece and nephew. I love that about Pixar–that kids and adults can go to the same movie and neither feels compromised.

  8. Heh:

    The teachers wanted persuasive.

    And they got it.

    At the end of his speech Tuesday urging legalization of marijuana, a 17-year-old Peninsula High School student pulled out a joint, lit it and smoked away. Then he ate the remains.

  9. I like movies but I always feel disappointed when I read the book and then watch the movie. It feels like something always gets lost between my imagination and the screen. Then again I relish the little details in books.

  10. OK – you had to ask…

    This one reminds me of Guantanamo: http://www.d-9.com/

    And this one is just freaky: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTAoxSspBJE

    and I like Ben Foster in almost anything (maybe even this – although whenever they have words inside the traile – it might not be good): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMhgI83ny54

    huge, Huge, HUGE fan of this book, the trailer makes me miss my childhood: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=–N9klJXbjQ

    and although this is out now, I haven’t seen it, but this may be a case of the trailer being way better than the movie – can’t wait to find out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-REviL75zg

    PS – I suck at linking so I hope these come up right!

  11. I’m in moderation… should I have used more moderation?

  12. Off-topic:

    As y’all probably know, Appalachia contains some of the poorest regions in the USA. Many children have families who simply can’t afford to feed them properly, so the only decent meal they get is their school lunch. Hence, when school’s out, those kids are SOL.

    One of the tasks of the Christian Appalachian Project is to feed those youngsters when school’s out. If you can spare a bit of money, their website is http://www.christianapp.org .

  13. You want good vampire yarn? True Blood on HBO is excellent – season 2 coming next week – I am sure reruns of one are scheduled.. Or rent yourself the DVD of Angel…
    Twilight…I hear from the teens originally obsessed by it : they are bored by now.

    • Shhhh . Don’t tell anyone , but I am addicted to True Blood .. it’s a vice .

    • I loved Buffy and Angel, and I dug Moonlight. I haven’t gotten into True Blood yet, but thanks for the rec.

      I never got into Twilight. Some of my friends read it and were shocked by how brutal and abusive the relationship was, so I’ve been meaning to read it, but I don’t want to pay for it.

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