Author: Arya

Twilight (2008) (part 9 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 8 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 7 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 6 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 5 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 4 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 3 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 2 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Twilight (2008) (part 1 of 9)

“No matter how good of a job the director did, and no matter how hard the screenwriters worked, nobody else’s talent is ever going to fix the middle-aged woman’s disturbing sparkly wank-dream that is Twilight.”

Meet the Spartans (2008)

“This movie is so completely bland that it didn’t get any reaction from me—not even anger. It was just flat out boring and stupid, and nothing else. I’ve watched it, I’ve recapped it, and now I intend to forget it forever. Because, really, there’s nothing to remember.”