"Just how many 140 year olds do you know? " ...
Hells Bells! Who cares, 35, 60, or whatever ... who in their right minds would go nutz over a stupid Vampire movie?
Only the younger generation, that's who.
Who knows? Haven't even seen the trailer, so *really *shouldn't comment, should I now? :)
Oh well ...then again, who would have thought that this "grandma" would have beaten her 12 year old grandson on his Wii, at playing both golf and baseball, and sat down to watch a Shrek movie with him and enjoyed every minute of it, huh?
"Stay cool guys" :D They're only young once! With proper parenting, they'll turn out OK!~ Auntie Mame
Last edited by ABC in Georgia; 11-18-2011 at 10:30 PM.
My 2 nieces were so into this and made me watch the movies with them.
It was ok, better than a poke in the eye, but not as good as a foot rub.
The worst part is that the main vamp guy is so pasty white and gay looking.
I can't believe Bella chose him over the werewolf hunk...um...not that I really
watch this stuff :o
This is the vampire movie I'm looking forward to...
No surprise there, darlin' ... what red-blooded male chauvinist, *wouldn't * like to see a well built-spandex-clad-good-looking woman, huh?
Plot or no plot, enjoy!!!
My hubby would as well, if he knew who she was, and it didn't interfere with his tennis, golf, football, watching sports stuff! :)
Oops! Just to be on the safe side ... had better not let him see this video! :eek: :D
Last edited by ABC in Georgia; 11-18-2011 at 11:13 PM.
A 200-year-old bloodsucker that dates teenage girls is a pretty good description of a Hollywood movie producer, which explains why they make these movies in the first place, but otherwise, the premise is just creepy as all get out.
SNL had a good take on it, though.
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