Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Book Review & Movie Review

I want to say that this may offend some, if you choose to be offended. This is my opinion, so take all that is written with a grain of salt. It's going to be Salty BABY!!!
*SPOILER ALERT*

Book Review: To begin, I finally finished that gosh awful book in the Twilight Series known as Breaking Dawn (one of my only New Years Resolutions - lame, I know, but I finished). Yes, it took me a year and a half to read. Only because I stopped soon after Jacob imprinted on Bella and Edwards daughter. What the heck - that is the most far fetched thing I have ever heard of in these books - "imprinting," and on a baby? Oh yes, Jacob finally found his soul mate...blah, blah, blah! (I know what you are thinking...these books are fictional and total fantasy. I know this, but really, imprinting on a baby...that's just weird, I don't care who you are - weird!) After taking FOREVER to finish/read I realized that the book contained about 300 pages of NOTHING! I could have finished that book a long time ago if she, Stephenie Bless Her Heart Meyers didn't go into all of that nothing to build up some fight that NEVER EVEN HAPPENED!!! Good gravy was I disappointed. I had loved the first three books (the third being my most favorite) and then to read the fourth book...well, such a sad disappointment. I guess I can say I finally read it. However, I will go see it, and I will probably own the DVD - I have to own it since I own the other DVDs.
Movie Review: Avatar = DUMB AS DUMB CAN BE!!! Oh I know it's the movie of "right now" and it's "so awesome," but it's a waste of time and money - take my word! I had made up my mind not to see, or even contribute to this movie. About two weeks ago at work, Monday morning as my boss and I were talking about our weekends she had told me she had seen the "best movie ever" known as Avatar. I immediately told her that I was not at all interested, but as she acted like a kid in a candy store, she proceeded to share her thoughts on the movie with me. After about 30 minutes - or what seemed like 30 minutes because she probably only talked to me about it for 5 minutes I had told her I probably will go see it, at least before it leaves the theater because I would have no desire to rent it. So, with my trusty friend Audra, who had already seen it and already thought it was weird, but wanted to know my reaction of this LAME movie, she had agreed to go see it with me. BLESS HER HEART - she has earned a spot in heaven just for sitting through that 3 hour movie a SECOND TIME!!!

All right - with all that said, that movie, Avatar, was nothing special, it was 3 hours of my life I WILL NEVER EVER GET BACK! (You liking my dramatic affects here...) Speaking of affects, the affects weren't worth 10 years of work, and so help me if this movie takes home a ton of awards at the Academy Awards I will never think the same of Hollywood - not that I think much of them now, but I think you get my drift. I don't really remember much from the movie, but after the first hour when I was ready to leave Audra wouldn't let me because we had paid money (good thing it was a matinee). So, to keep me occupied during the last 2 hours I started to people watch rather than movie watch, and started thinking of things that I could've been doing - only to stress me out. I should've just left and went and caught the last bit of When in Rome. Then at the very end of the stupid movie when the cartoon like character takes the human and holds him in her arms and weeps I started to laugh out loud...only to offend people who were seriously enthralled in this lame movie! I have never been so happy to leave a movie theater in my life, in fact, I even started clapping at the end just because it was FINALLY over! What I'm getting at here is that the movie Avatar was SUPER DUMB, and I was dumb for going to it, and adding to its billions of dollars. My Mother Dearest even told me it was my own fault for going and being disappointed since I don't like science fiction movies anyways. One nice little thing (very little thing) about the movie was, I quite enjoyed the music and could see myself falling asleep at night to the music. And, since I'm kind of a tree hugg'n soul, it's very tree hugg'n friendly. Save the trees! Save the trees! Save the trees! Better yet, let me save you from wasting your money on seeing this stupid, dumb, lame movie!

6 comments:

Logan and Sydney said...

I agree. I haven't seen Avatar (and I won't), but my favorite part of the post was your picture. It's really cute:)

Jessie said...

I agree with mom, it is your own stinking fault for going to the movie when you knew that you weren't going to like it. As for Breaking Dawn, I still love the book, yes I will admit that it is a bit weird in some parts, and I was disappointed that there was NOT a big fight in the end, but I am also glad that there wasn't a fight because some of them might have had to die, which is just to sad. I did like that it ended happily, I think that it ended the way that it needed to end. On the imprinting, I was so excited that Jacob imprinted on Nessie. He needed to move on...besides it isn't really that weird. One of the other wolves imprinted on a baby as well, and the explanation makes sense but you probably can't remember that. Reread Eclipse and you will know what I am talking about. The whole pregnancy section was weird I will admit...it will be interesting to see what they do with the movie. I hope they keep it clean. Alright that is my opinion, and just so you know I have no desire to see Avatar even though you seem to think that I want to. Fin.

Lisa said...

You are hilarious! I fully agree with you about the book. I didn't hate the movie as much as you did but I won't ever own it and it will be a long time before I watch it again if ever.

Sproatmeal said...

Ethan keeps wanting me to see Avatar (he's already seen it twice), and I am totally convinced that I will hate it and be bored. The more I learn about the movie, the more it looks like something I would hate. But, Ethan loved it. He's going to see it again tomorrow.

Romberger Family said...

You make me laugh. Nate loved it, he wanted me to go with him & i told him no way. so he went with his dad. i know i would've hated it. i could tell just be seeing the blue man on a poster.

Audra B. said...

You do realize that imprinting in itself isn't real so that can't really make imprinting on a baby "far fetched". And the book is about vampires and werewolves....THE WHOLE BOOK IS FAR FETCHED, i think that is kinda why people like it :) :)Don't take it so seriously!