Thursday, November 22, 2012

Stefan Beytell gives his review of Twilight : The Twilight Saga : Film 5 : Breaking Dawn : Part 2

hi there

Stefan enthusiasts shall no doubt be delighted with this post, for it features not only a new picture of him but also his thoughts on the latest Twilight film.

it seems that Stefan went off to a kind of exclusive presentation of the film somewhere or other. i think it was hosted by an outfit called 4th Avenue or similar. whoever it is, it seems they plied him with as much wine as one normal person would need to get through the film, and indeed they provided him with a quite classy pink wristband / bangle / bracelet thing.



if you are wondering if Stefan, 6 days after the event, is still wearing the bangle thingie, the answer is oh yes. he wears his love of all things Twilight as badges of honour, in particular if they have got glitter on them or feature a colour scheme that would not be out of place in the realm of Twilight and the intended audience of these films.

do you want a closer look at his pink bangle? sure you do.


meanwhile, here is his review of the film. to be honest, i am just doing the copy and paste thing here and have not read it. apologies, then, if for some reason he has composed something here that causes offence to any of you.

thus spoke Stefan :


Following the huge success of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, author Stephanie Meyer and her team has struck again with the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 in theatres around the country.  This film still carries the same story line as the book but the screen-wrights provided for a huge twist mid film that had all of us twihards in the theatre up in arms only to discover that what seemed to be a derailing of the actual story was placed to build suspense and drama.  For those who recall, Jacob’s imprinting on Renesmee at the end of Part one, as well as his direct claim to the alpha male position created more excitement as it made that for the first time that all the wolves had to assist the Cullens in their defence against the Volturi.  More vampires joins the saga to assist the Cullens and causes more of the Quilettes to phase. This is one of those 20 out of ten films and is it saddening that it is the last. Fortunately there is rumours surfacing that Meyer is not done with the books yet!!!

if you are asking, and i cannot imagine why you would, the answer is no, i shall not be off to see this film.
i trust that this has been of some interest to any Twilight enthusiasts out there, or indeed to people who simply like pink bangles.


be excellent to each other!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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