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Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2:

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1 dmysta300020th Mar 2012 10:28:13 AM from New York and New Jersey , Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
2 Mort0820th Mar 2012 10:32:55 AM from Oklahoma , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Pirate AND writer!
Sooooo excited!!!!!

Time to finally end this garbage and get on with our lives!
3 Accela20th Mar 2012 11:04:32 AM from one of my story's worlds
Nerd Mode Always On
Oh Christ, why won't this go away?
"Genius is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one." - E.B. White
4 0dd120th Mar 2012 11:58:47 AM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
Would it be cliche at this point to say that Twilight hate has gotten just as boring as Twilight love by now?

Either way, I already got what I wanted from the first one (Hot Vampire Teeth on Birthing Mother Action!), but I might as well see it since I saw all the others (save for Eclipse).
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5 Accela20th Mar 2012 12:01:08 PM from one of my story's worlds
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I only watch the movies with the help of Rifftrax and junk food. Otherwise I would just be shouting angrily at the TV.
"Genius is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one." - E.B. White
6 0dd120th Mar 2012 12:13:56 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
But then you can't hear the audience audibly laughing hysterically at scenes that are supposed to be taken seriously! (I'm looking at you, climax of New Moon.)
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7 phoenixdaughterAM23rd Mar 2012 04:07:44 PM from Cursed college , Relationship Status: Wishing you were here
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Anyone else find it itneresting that there's no sign of Nessie in this teaser?

Also, vampire-Bella was one of the most interesting things in that book.
8 Mort0823rd Mar 2012 08:04:37 PM from Oklahoma , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Pirate AND writer!
I don't understand. How can Bella be a vampire???

To do that, she'd have to become even more pale and angsty.
It's easy, mmkay?
Here's hoping that it's loaded up with nightmare fuel to scar the fans! :)
At first I didn't realize I needed all this stuff...
10 phoenixdaughterAM24th Mar 2012 11:23:45 AM from Cursed college , Relationship Status: Wishing you were here
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With red eyes Mort! Red eyes!
11 dmysta300027th Mar 2012 09:45:06 AM from New York and New Jersey , Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
YAY MURDER! :3
12 NickTheSwing4th Apr 2012 09:13:04 PM from Ya really wanna know? , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
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I hope this last one kills the franchise.
20 seconds: YOU A SPLODE
[up] Isn't it a little late to be hoping for that?
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15 Accela5th Apr 2012 10:14:33 AM from one of my story's worlds
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How does Edward stay icy cold all the time? He'd have to be...radiating cold (perhaps he's Mister Freeze? Wait...no...Mr. Freeze would kick his sparkly little ass), because if he's not producing body heat, he should simply be at room temperature.

That and how is snuggling up to a rock-hard popsicle appealing?
"Genius is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one." - E.B. White
16 feotakahari6th Apr 2012 03:44:07 AM from Looking out at the city
Fuzzy Orange Doomsayer
We're not out of the woods yet. I hear Fifty Shades of Grey got a movie deal. And once that's finally over, we may have to deal with movies inspired by that. It'll become an endless loop!

(On the plus side, while I hear Grey falls solidly in the Rule-Abiding Rebel "BDSM is sexy, evil, evil, sexy, horrible, horrible, fap to this but don't ever ever try it in real life" camp, it's bound to inspire a few works that promote alternative sexualities as healthy. Maybe we'll even get one that's actually good.)

edited 6th Apr '12 3:52:13 AM by feotakahari

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17 0dd16th Apr 2012 10:28:05 AM from Nowhere Land
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Originally developed from a fan fiction work inspired by the Twilight books by Stephenie Meyer, Fifty Shades of Grey is an erotic romance, the first volume in a trilogy. It was released simultaneously as an e-book and a print-on-demand paperback in June 2011 by The Writers' Coffee Shop, a virtual publisher based in Australia. The second volume, Fifty Shades Darker, was released in September 2011, and the third, Fifty Shades Freed, followed in January 2012

WTF.
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18 dmysta30006th Apr 2012 10:32:16 AM from New York and New Jersey , Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
YAY MURDER! :3
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19 Mort086th Apr 2012 10:46:13 AM from Oklahoma , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Pirate AND writer!
So should I wait awhile to turn my brain off, or should I just get it over with now?
20 UmLovely6th Apr 2012 07:27:21 PM from 2814 , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
The Darkness Grows
[up]x4. Oh dear. My faith in American filmmaking is fading fast.

On another note, I think I'm looking forward to seeing this one. Yes, it's about Eddie and Bella's romance, but we also get to see Bella rip out a few deers' necks.

edited 9th Apr '12 8:10:14 PM by UmLovely

RISE
21 phoenixdaughterAM8th Apr 2012 02:38:30 PM from Cursed college , Relationship Status: Wishing you were here
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I was actually curious about Fifty Shades Of Grey since it was at the top of the bestseller list. Thanks for the info. Will avoid now.

[up] And don't forget Reneseme!
22 Mort088th Apr 2012 02:47:55 PM from Oklahoma , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
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at the top of the bestseller list

Congratulations. You just killed my faith in human intelligence.
23 0dd18th Apr 2012 02:53:24 PM from Nowhere Land
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Hey, "bestseller" doesn't necessarily equate to "best received." Curiosity can be a powerful motivator.
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24 phoenixdaughterAM8th Apr 2012 03:04:11 PM from Cursed college , Relationship Status: Wishing you were here
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Edit: Found out about the book. THAT'S WOMEN (and I am one) FIND SEXY?! And it's written badly to boot.

...I am ashamed. And I am no way a prude about sex.

Edit #2: Actually no. It's the fact that people find an erotic romance to be such an ideal. Especally since this is under the All Girls Want Bad Boys, of which, I personally never got.

edited 8th Apr '12 4:03:27 PM by phoenixdaughterAM

25 feotakahari8th Apr 2012 07:25:59 PM from Looking out at the city
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From the sounds of it, the reason Grey took off quite as hard as it did is that American women still haven't discovered Literotica. They think Grey is sexy, and they think there isn't much else sexy for women to read. (You could say that's also how Twilight took off—it's not as overtly sexual as Grey, but it's much more mainstream, and hence much less embarrassing to read than most romance novels. Grey only got mainstreamized through a massive initial push from readers of the original fanfic, although it got a lot of readers once it was mainstream.)

edited 8th Apr '12 7:27:02 PM by feotakahari

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