Today I saw it, New Moon! And it was good, really good. Even amazing I could say:) Chris Weitz really has done a great job directing it. The way they filmed it, the special effects and of course all the actors. Kristen has really got in more in the character this time and Robert really is perfect as Edward! But we already knew that hehe:P And let’s not forget Taylor, who really has taken a big step forward. He definitley did a good job as Jacob!
And I think the movie kept really close to the book this time, it was spot on most of the time.
I really love this whole story and there’s no wonder why it has become so popular. It’s a classic lovestory in the end and there’s something really appealing with vampires I think. Humans are so fragile and vampires are so strong, which makes it a great combination I believe. It was also really cool with the werewolves, but vampires will always be a favorite of mine. It certainly is a great way to escape the reality for a second:)
This movie really derserves all the recognition and success that it gets! And if you have read the books, you will appreciate it even more I think.
Not much left to Eclipse now either:) There’s really good that they put out the movies pretty fast so we don’t get to wait that long. Plus the ending really left you wanting to see more!
I saw the very talked about movie in the fashion world, Coco Avant Chanel the other week. And it was as good as I expected, even better:) I could see this movie over and over again. So inspirational! I’m probably not the only one who loves everything with Chanel… And Audrey was amazing in the role. And I really like the actor who played “boy” Alessandro Nivola. I was surprised to read that he wasn’t even from france, he is american! I like his italian kind of name btw:)
So if you haven’t see this movie yet, do it! You won’t be disappointed…
One of my favorite love storys is Tristan and Isolde. I saw the movie last night for the fifth time I think:) It’s soo good! James Franco and Sophia Myles has great chemistry and they really did a good job potraying the characters. They’re just perfect for their roles!
There’s something I like with a tragic love story like this. Even though they didn’t lived happily ever after and it was pretty impossible for them to be together. They still had their moments that no one could take away from them. They loved each other so deeply and passioned, and it’s not many who ever experience that kind of love. So even though they died young and didn’t have a lifetime together, they at least had those moments together and made the best out of it. Love Conquer All!
And deep inside, I think most of us want to experience that kind of love.
Great song from the soundtrack by Gavin DeGraw.
I will be doing a post about Franco later:)
I’ve been looking forward to see this movie for a long time now, and tonight I saw it and it didn’t disappoint:) Zooey and Joseph was really sweet together and I really like that it was something different to this movie that many other movies in this genre often miss. It had something special. And the music was really good also! I think I’m gonna download the soundtrack:)
So if you want to see a different romantic/comedy (or I think it was more drama actually) you probably will like this one!
I’ve been watching so many movies lately so there’s probably gonna be lots of post about movies in the upcoming days here. I’m such a movienerd hehe…
If you want to see an odd and original movie I can recomend Buffalo 66. Vincent Gallo and Christina Ricci plays the lead rolls. Seeing the two of them together are just as odd as the movie itself. And I like that!
But this movie is definitley not for everyone. If you enjoy seeing movies sometimes that don’t follows the exact pattern as many other movies does, and can see the art of film making, you probably will enjoy this.
And there’s something fascinating about Vincents eyes, they’re kinda scary and intense. He is like both ugly and attractive in some sort. But I usually find the ugly/hot guys more interesting than the obvious good looking ones, if you know what I mean…
Cory Kennedy and Vincent.
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