- Mar 27, 2009
Went to see this with my friend cause she cried until I did. I slowly turned prison gay thanks to half naked wolf-boys and I realized I hat my friends. Thank you twilight saga!
It's Bob's I think, all other shows can curse but he just does it for humor I think. Yahtzee said in a podcast one time does The Escapist want him to turn down the language a bit, they replied with a simple email saying "No.". So it's all Bob when it comes to language.nathan-dts said:Yeah I fucking know. Seriously Escapist stop with the fucking censoring of all the fucking swear words. We're all mature here (with the exception of the people who say first in Yahtzee videos) so stop being a little ***** and let the man swear. I find it pretty weak that that's as much profanity as I can think of to put into this post.qazmatoz said:The bleeping is terribly annoying.
P.S. I sincerely apologise if this isn't actually the Escapists decision and is actually Mr. Bobs decision. In that case, man up you pussy.
Again true but thats assuming these people would watch an anime.-Zen- said:I have an alternative: Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. The relationship between Charlotte and Meier is far deeper and more authentic than the one between Ed and Bella, which is funny considering that it's an action movie, and not a romantic drama.RoseBridge said:
AliciaPeck said:I And by the very definition of this series being a romance, men are 90% more likely NOT to like it. simple facts...
No, no, no, no boxes here...Men HATE romance. That's why 90% of men don't play games where you can rescue a Princess, or go along with Alyx or Cortana...I don't appreciate the boxes that people are trying to put this movie and this book series in.
And J.K.Rowling was a working mum who wrote Harry Potter for her kids while "struggling" on the dole. And Paris Hilton never had a push other than her video. And the moon is made of green cheese.She had a dream one night (won't go in depth) that she wanted to remember so she wrote it down (chapter 13 of Twilight). From there, she just kept writing, she never went to school to be a writer, she never intended on being a writer,
The Phantom Tollbooth, A Wrinkle in Time, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Gruffalo, Where the Wild Things Are, Alice in Wonderland, Charlotte's Web, Harriet the Spy, James and The Giant Peach, Peter Pan, The Wind in the Willows, The Diary of Anne Frank.Noelveiga said:For the record, J.K. Rowling is also a terrible writer. I vaguely remember being a teenager, and I'm pretty sure your books don't need to be dumb to be appealing to kids. Harry Potter isn't dumb because it is for youngsters, it is dumb, period.The_root_of_all_evil said:And J.K.Rowling was a working mum who wrote Harry Potter for her kids while "struggling" on the dole. And Paris Hilton never had a push other than her video. And the moon is made of green cheese.
Actually, I did know that. I also know that one CAN have more than one profession (I've got two, possibly three by certain measures.) I'm sure she's a fine mother (though I'd LOVE to be a fly on the wall if the creator of Edward Cullen happened to have a dating-age daughter who came home with an ACTUAL dark/mysterious/violent guy with "serial abuser" written on his forehead "but he says he WORSHIPS me!!!!!") but since she's publishing these books that makes her a professional writer, and not a very good one. And I'm not talking about the story, I'm talking about basic Jr. High creative-writing class stuff here: Obvious foreshadowing, atonal dialogue, dangling plot threads, ham-fisted metaphors, finales where nothing happens, etc.AliciaPeck said:As far as the review specifically, you mention Stephenie Meyer's chosen profession, and as I'm sure you haven't done any research on her or the series past reading/bashing them, I'll give you a little insight. Mrs. Meyer's "chosen profession" was stay at home mom. (yeah bet ya didn't know that) She had a dream one night (won't go in depth) that she wanted to remember so she wrote it down (chapter 13 of Twilight). From there, she just kept writing, she never went to school to be a writer, she never intended on being a writer, so YES her writing style isn't popular among so called "avid" readers or even more "basic" readers...
You might want to ask Jaleel White how that worked out for him. Or Macauly Culkin. Dustin Diamond. The Olsen Twins. Any of those kids from the "Power Rangers" shows. Have you heard from Jake Lloyd lately? Hayden Christensen? Hell... how many 'new' actors with onscreen roles in even "Star Wars" went on to much? ONE: Harrison Ford. Carrie Fisher fell off the face of the Earth, Mark Hammill spent decades slumming in B-movies before finding his calling as a voice-actor. It doesn't even "only" apply to movies: Only Michael survived The Jackson Five, only Timberlake is still a star after the 90s 'boy band' bubble burst. "That 70s Show" was on for YEARS, huge hit... the only member of the main cast who's currently a bankable actor is Mila Kunis, since even Kutcher has moved mostly into being a commercial pitchman and Mr. Demi Moore.There is so much more I want to say, but I'm going to end with this. You talk about these actors (Pattinson, Stewart, Lautner) and you say that they'll have to live with the fact that they were in this series for years. You have it backwards, how much money, how much fame they are getting for having the opportunity to be a part of a World-Wide phenomenon. People are wanting them for their movies more and more already.