Too Much Light for Twilight

November 20, 2008 at 12:44 AM 8 comments

We’ve all heard about, and if you’re a teenage girl or my brother, probably’ve read the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyers. It’s more or less the next Harry Potter series, which is fitting, since J.K. Rowling is done writing them, only it appeals almost exclusively to the female population.

Just mention the word “twilight,” which used to only be affiliated with a sci-fi/horror series known as the Twilight Zone, and you will get more or less every girl in the room to suddenly burst into squeals of delight. They will start competing to see who’s the biggest fan, who’s hotter: pale blood-sucking Edward or hairy werewolf Jacob, and who’s already bought their tickets for the movie, which is premiering this Friday, November 21.

What? It’s getting turned into a movie? No kidding – it’s a matter of capitalism. With over 17 million books sold across America, it was only question of who would get to make the film, and the lucky winner is Summit Entertainment.

Now Summit may stand to make big bucks from this movie, but it’s going to make less than it could have than if it sacked its entire marketing department. There’s no bliddy need to advertise! Let’s face it, the book has had two years to get it’s bliddy fangs on innocent American girls. Advertising on buses is just ridiculous and unsafe. All the girls already know that the movie is going to come out and are going to swarm the theatres on Friday, and the only thing the bus ad will accomplish is to get girls to go crazy and start bouncing around, which is very dangerous when around a bus.

So save yourself a couple million dollars and stop spreading word – girls get rabid when any thing regarding the chic flick comes up, and you’re not the one who has to be around to endure it.

Twilight the Movie

I take it back. Not all girls are crazy, but the ones who are more than make up for the missing ones.


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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Laura  |  November 20, 2008 at 8:52 PM

    Humorous but stereotyping. Hahaa

  • 2. Homer  |  November 24, 2008 at 7:40 PM

    Twilight’s overexposture is a really bad title. Twilight is a vampire romance, so you could have at least used a pun in the title. Disappointing….

  • 3. Bill Nye the science guy  |  November 24, 2008 at 7:44 PM

    Buses are so obselete. I dont know where you live, but down here in mainland Austrailia, we have a relatively new method of tranportation called “Bussuea” which runs on the abundant nitrogen gas.

  • 4. TWILIGHT LUVER  |  November 17, 2009 at 3:32 PM


  • 5. Morris  |  November 20, 2009 at 10:13 PM

    All you have to do to find out who the movie is targeted at is search New Moon on Google images. None of the guys wear shirts! At least when there are movies targeted at teenage boys, they have the decency to wait until the “proper moment” for everybody to go all free and wild.
    Not so personal side-note: If you can’t spell then run your comment through spell-check before you enter it so you don’t look stupid.

  • 6. jhon omar  |  December 15, 2009 at 8:46 AM

    I love u Kristen !!

  • 7. charlotte  |  July 4, 2010 at 10:08 AM

    i just went to see the new twilight eclipse! it was the best film i have eva saww I LOVE ITT!!!! ROBERT PATTINSON ILOVEYAAHH!!! XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  • 8. sandra  |  July 4, 2010 at 10:16 AM

    twilight is teh best film i´ve seen
    i love it


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