My son is playing King Duncan in an up-coming school play, Macbeth, so I'm in a Shakespeare kind of mood, but this post isn't about Shakespeare. I just watched Twilight.
What's the big deal?
I remember when this movie came out last summer and there was such a fuss, oh we shouldn't watch it, shouldn't let our sweet Christian daughters watch it...really? Am I missing something?
I let my son watch it when it came out and he just said it was dumb (15), so I figured no harm done there.
To be honest, I thought it was good. I enjoyed it.
I don't really know what the big deal was. Vampires...like do we really believe there is a secret underworld of Vampires that we might be ticking off by making a movie about or what?
No language, no sex, a bit gory toward the end, but hey, all in all a pretty entertaining movie and a good plot. I wasn't bored, didn't think it was stupid, apart from the fact that the vampire kid was a little creepy looking.
I have to wonder if there is not a certain group of people that are just not happy unless they're pointing fingers at something and calling it 'evil'.
If they want to deal with the 'spirit' world, perhaps they should start with 'religious spirit'. Get rid of that one first, folks.
End of rant.
That is all.