Amanuensis (amanuensis1) wrote,
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Shallow Twilight DVD visual review. (Uncut and hotlinked like whoa. I am the scum of the internet.)

So I watched Travelogue of the Pacific Northwest oops, I mean, Twilight, and while I haven't run off to buy action figures or anything it was nevertheless a good time. (Marked especially by all the pretty. LOTS OF PRETTY.) It turns out the main character is easier to watch than she is to have her head lived in in first-person prose for an entire three-hundred plus pages, and, whaddya know, threading some plot and foreshadowing through the story is better than flinging it at the reader three hundred pages in. The cinematography's lovely; they do a great job making the Hot Sexy Undead ethereal and icy.

Someone explain to me how Robert Pattinson could be so charming in Goblet of Fire and yet unappealing in this? Whose idea was it that the man should speak only in Neanderthal mutterings? Yipe. Bad choice. I did not, as a result, care much about Edward. However, I did get stellar squirmylust from this:


WOO DOGGIE HOT VAMPIRE CLAN DADDY YES ME ME NEXT TURN ME NEXT PLEASE.

Something about Vampire Clan Daddy makes everybody standing next to him look even more OH YES YOU TOO ARE YUMMY. Which means I had the hots for her:



And for him:



See what I mean?

But even beyond him there was still more pretty to be had.



Yes, she's lovely and sniffable.


And both of these:

I want a pillow fight with those two. We can keep on our pajamas, a pillow fight alone would be marvelous!

And oh my yes this:



TELL ME YOU WOULD NOT GO WITH THAT TO PROM.

Can I ship Carlisle/Eric? Helloooo, internet, anyone else out there on board that? *yells into ether, hears hollow echoes from fanabsence* Oh, well.
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