@Juice BoxAnd yet you keep reading the Dnews...FUNNY
My wife keeps telling me to read the books because I may like them...that's
why I don't read them. I don't want to like them.
Because themes of incest, beastiality, sexual fixation on a child, and a man
killing his wife so she will be with him forever are somehow inappropriate for
Why ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’ was almost rated R....Because the
acting is so bad?
I find it very disappointing that this junk appeals to people whom I would
otherwise believe to have a value system and good taste.
Whew. That was close. Just think-the director had to change maybe 2 seconds of
the entire film to earn a PG-13 rating. What an accomplishment. It will so much
nicer and family friendly now. It's good to know that the overall imagery
and decaying ideas of what passes for entertainment now can still be seen. (If I
throw up now, would that make my comment PG13 or R??)
I took 3 teenage boys to a prescreening tonight Nov 15. It was just as great as
the others. We all plan to go again.
I can't wait to see Red Dawn because I hear North Koreans invade Spokane
and teenage vampires come to rescue. It sounds like a great flick, sort of like
the Lost Boys meets Rambo...
I would likely give it an L for LAME just based on the previews I saw for it the
other night while waiting for a different movie to start. I can't believe
all of these women going for this "mommy porn".
OK, plebeians, go ahead and watch "Breaking Dawn." Then, watch a few
episodes of "Downton Abbey" to restore the brain cells you lost.
Can not wait to miss it!
The genre of sexed up teen vampires is as bizarre as 'reality' tv to
me. Like the vampires, however, the genre speaks to things that won't die
that probably should. Fortunately, I don't have to watch any of it. And,
had it been rated R, none of the finger wagging or clucking around here would
have kept anyone who wanted to see it from seeing it.
My wife has forbidden me from watching these films with her, I just can't
control my laughter. The honeymoon scene was hilarious. I am laughing right
My wife asked me if I wanted to go see Breaking Dawn with her and some friends
and I very enthusiastically replied...heck no!
Only the DNews would make an article about this.
Hey, my kids and family members love it, but I will never understand our
absolute and seemingly total fascination with vampires. Try counting the number
of analogous TV shows and movies cashing in. Enough already!!!
HA! It would have been priceless had the film garnered an R-rating. All of those
Twi-hards would have been so upset.But seriously, the MPAA is a
complete joke. It boggles the mind that so many people (especially in Utah)
would allow an organization like this to determine what they can and cannot