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Last Wednesday, I finally got to watch the Twilight movie with my friends. I watched it again the following day with my sister and her friends, who all saw it the night before too.

WARNING: This will be a long post. I tend to babble a lot.

Here are the things I didn’t like about it:

— The special effects were horrendous! The sparkle effect on Rob looked like sweat (and as Leia pointed out, came with wind chimes!). The supposedly super fast vampires looked comedic whenever they ran or moved too fast.

— Rob as Emodward could use some acting lessons. I get what he was trying to do, he wanted Edward to be this tortured, angsty vampire and I liked that he didn’t want to just portray him as this super beautiful vampire. But really, he was so much better when he was happy Edward. That scene where everyone was looking at him and Bella?! Awesome! (And I’m not just saying that because he looked the hottest then.)

— Kristen as Bella has always been the best choice in my opinion. She LOOKS like the Bella in my head (albeit a little too pretty sometimes). But she twitched a little too much. There were times when I truly believed that she forgot her lines and they just kept rolling. (Give the girl a break, feed her her lines.) But I’ve seen her in numerous interviews and she really does twitch a lot whenever she’s uncomfortable or nervous. Poor girl.

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MIXTHREADS in cooperation with 7GD
invites you to a special screening of
on 11.26.08 at the Greenbelt 3 Cinema 3
8pm in the evening.

Proceeds from ticket sales and our shirt orders
would be donated to CHILDHOPE ASIA PHIL.
“The Breakfast Club” Project

Just plugging Lai‘s project.

1. Because I don’t have self-control. NO concept of it whatsoever! Not even in my vocabulary at all.

2. I keep going out with my friends, I’m addicted to them.

And # 3:

Forgive the crappy photography skills or lack of it. I have no idea how to shoot products. LULZ More pictures of the Twilight book after the jump.

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Alright, so for all you Filipino Twilight addicts, Mixthreads has come up with some awesome Twilight shirts.

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Go check them out and place your orders. My sister and I are each getting one.

Mixthreads is having a poll to decide whether or not they should produce Twilight-inspired shirts.


We all know that there can never be enough Twilight goodies. So go vote! There are a lot of funny and sweet quotes from the series so I think even non-readers would appreciate the shirts.

is Stephenie Meyer’s vampire series. I had been eyeing Twilight (the first book) for a while now, contemplating on whether or not I should buy it because a) I’m a big scaredy-cat who can’t even read my mom’s Anne Rice books and b) I always see something else in the store that I end up buying (Calvin and Hobbes own my heart, I’m afraid). So 2 Saturdays ago, Migz asked me to accompany him to Fully Booked while the others finished their dinner. He found a cozy little spot in the kids/young adult section where he sat and played with his newly acquired Rubik’s Cube. I looked around and saw an opened copy of Twilight, which I read while waiting for Migz. I finally decided to buy it. Boy, am I glad I did! I finished it the following Monday, I couldn’t put it down. Ethan was already complaining about my reading too much while they’re staying with us. (Migz and Ethan are my nephews.) When I finished it, I couldn’t wait to get the next book. So when we brought the two kids to Timezone to play, I sneaked up to Fully Booked to buy New Moon. Which I finished the following Wednesday. My brother thinks I’m wasting my money because I’m not even savoring the books, but I just can’t put them down. So last Friday, I went to Rockwell to buy the latest book, Eclipse. I loved it, of course. I even brought it with me to the beach with my friends and was able to read a few pages. I finished  it last Monday. I won’t talk about what happens to the books too much in case people get spoiled, like my sister who is now finishing Eclipse as well. I can’t wait for August, when Breaking Dawn finally comes out.


Is in her mid-20s. Is a girl. Loves to write. Loves taking pictures. Vents a lot. Finds her days too boring. Finds herself too sheltered. Wants to meet a faerie, for real. Swears a lot. Knows that's bad. Just might have too dirty a mind.

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