No offence, the movies are worst, I actually remember that nightmarish moment of watching the first one with my girlfriend, after thirty minuets of the film I was clawing at her front door, wanting to run away.
Heh, heh.....I need to laugh too badly now. I was just talking about this-I don't hate the books or anything, I just felt they were...mediocre. And a string of mediocrity does not make me feel giddy. I own over 300 books, and let's just say-reading these particular books did not make me want to run out and buy them, which actually DOES frequently happen when I borrow and read a truly spectacular book. In fact, reading these books made me realize-if THEY can get published, maybe my own can be published. So I starting writing. Heh.
hahahahahaha Toilet !!! ahahahahaha trèèèèès bien trouvé ^^ de mon point de vue c'est plutôt : Bella: -Je t'aime Edward mais tu es trop beau et tu es un vampire notre amour est impossible Edward: -Je t'aime Bella mais tu es trop belle et je suis un vampire notre amour est impossible bon ça fait passer le temps quoi ^^
I am going to have to send to send to this some of my friends! XD Haha! I love it (and honestly thats what kind of reading I think it is!) I completely agree on the Bronte front though! Edward Fairfax Rochester = real eternal love. I just got done reading it and I loved it, pity though that nearly everyone else in my class didn't though...
Edward Rochester > Edward Cullen. The Bronte's knew how to write books, man. That is LITERATURE. Buuuut (and this is an unpopular opinion) I can see the similarities between Heathcliff and Cullen, both being batshit insane and stalkery. Cullen doesn't hold a candle to Rochester though - he might've locked up his crazy wife, but at least he wasn't tempted to munch down Jane for breakfast. And he doesn't CREEP INTO HER ROOM and WATCH HER WHILE SHE SLEEPS (the impropriety!).
Give me gothic, tragic Victorian romance over poorly written teenage angst any day!
I honestly can't tell if I like it or not. The movie/book, that is, not the picture. I don't think it was that badly written, because if it was, I would not be able to read it, let alone stand it. The movie was... bad. The only reason I like the book, and movie, even a little, is because of James. He is my favorite, and daaaamn. I would take him over Edward any day.
I just can't make up my mind on it. Oh well. The picture is cute, though. Loving Bella's expression.