If it's crap ... We'll tell you
I think most of us will be jumping for joy this November as we gladly wave goodbye to the overrated/over-hyped 'Twilight Saga' and all it's tween nonsense. It's been an exhausting 4yr journey since it's silver-screen debut, and even though it has tried it's best to linger for as long as it can, it's finally time to usher 'Twilight' from center-stage to the exit door. With all this being said, I sure do hope that Hollywood doesn't screw us over a second time with anymore teenage vampire movies.
So how many of you (like myself) are relieved, joyful and overall excited to see 'Twilight' go?
My opinion on Twilight ( and this is coming from a guy ) is that the story has a lot of potential and could be more than some sappy teen drama. If they just got people who could actually act and not just pick them because of their six - packs, if they took time on the films and not rush them out in a year, get a great screenwriter who could do a good job with the material in the books, put more effort into the production and get a bigger budget and try to make it appeal to everyone and not just horny teenage girls. The chances are if they did do a reboot with all the things I listed above, without a Robert Pattinson or a Taylor Lautner flashing his pack it'll bomb completely.
Totally agree! The premices are good even though the books are just meh. They need a bunch genuises to erase this franchise as we know it and turn it in something enjoyable.
But not too soon, let me forget this cast, first.
I'm not sure why this should have anything to do with you. For me, Twilight has produced more good than harm, (See Spill's reviews) and the only problem I have with it was my little sister reading the books. There's going to be a good, healthy backlash and we might get a Third generation of great vampire films.