I finally got a taste of booking movie tickets online last night (thank you sureseats.com!). It is one of those firsts you're not likely to forget soon. Although I kinda wished I resisted because when I reminisce in the future, I'd remember Twilight Breaking Dawn Part Two was that first movie which introduced me to the convenience that is booking a movie online. Ugh.
So, about the movie. Let me present my review in book synopsis style:
A couple which stood the test of infidelity, rising mortgage, and birth control sat in front of the TV celebrating their 5 year anniversary over pop corn and hot chocolate were reminded by their cam-corded videos why they love their family so much, with perfectly preserved Papa Edward and Mama Bella with their Lochness-nicknamed-too-cute-for-her-own-good daughter, Nessie. And they lived happily ever after - at the expense of the poor moviegoers who are reminded how irrelevant their pathetic mortal lives are compared to the perfection that was Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2.
One of the few good reasons of watching movies in the cinema is your reactions are hidden from the crowd. It's too dark to be seen cringing or frequently head shaking with all the cheesiness happening in that movie. Here are the others:
Me going inside the cinema:
Seeing Jacob's perfectly sculpted abs:
When Bella was practicing her shield power:
When it was revealed the battle was just a vision:
On the last scene where Bella and Edward were sitting in the flowers exchanging I Love You's:
I neither liked nor hated the movie mainly because I was too sedated by the pleasure of the snacks we brought; the fish and chips were really good!
Movie Score: 5 out of 10 popcorns
Will I buy the DVD? Nope