Robert Pattinson

  • Mar. 26th, 2009 at 7:46 PM
naanima: ([Top Gear] Richard Hammond)
Robert Pattinson Covers GQ April 2009.

There’s all these gay sex scenes. And y’know, I haven’t even done a sex scene with a girl, in my whole career… And here I am, with Javier [Beltrán], who plays Lorca, doing an extremely hard-core sex scene, where I have a nervous breakdown afterward. And because we’re both straight, what we were doing seemed kind of ridiculous.

Oh, Robert Pattinson. Never stop being yourself. The above quote is in regards to his movie Little Ashes, detailing a part of Salvador Dali's life. This is going to be awesome, not just because of the gay but because back in the days when I did Art and studied Art history, Salvador Dali's life was absolutely fascinating.

Film: Twilight

  • Dec. 14th, 2008 at 6:06 PM
naanima: ([Misc] Emo Kid!Vader)
Saw Twilight yesterday with [ profile] nekomancy, approx 60 to 70% of the film was kind of snore-worthy, though the last 20 minutes or so picked up enough for me to be interested. The cat and I kept on giggling through the film because it was kind of lame for most of it, and I may or may not have made some comments about how, um, mentally deficient, the Cullens' first appeared to be.

The good bits:
1. Rosalie. Her bitchface and her curves were awesome.
2. Alice; she is adorable.
3. Charlie, Bella's dad, is awesome.
4. Vampire Baseball left me really impressed. I found it much more entertaining than any of the 'flying squirrel' scenes, which was just bad.
5. Jacob is ADORABLE!
6. Bella's friends! I kind of LOVE them in their dork-titude.
7. Approx. 80% of the fight sequence at the ballet school. It was very visceral... except they had to ruin it with the flying squirrel act.
8. The whole prom sequence. It was such a throwback to the teen-flicks of the 80s and early 90s, loved so very much.

It isn't a bad film; it is just a rather boring and at times cringe-worthy film, I have seen much better teen-flicks that had better pacing, better chemistry and amazing intensity between young loves, Twilight did not deliver on any of the above. Bella and Edward's relationship was just embarrassing, and it really didn't help that I found Edward and Bella lacked chemistry, which is probably one of the reason I was bored and giggly through most of the film.

ETA: The glitter was, in the words of [ profile] nekomancy, like peach fuzz. I wholly agree.

The cat and I had to watch Iron Man later in the evening because Tony Stark is hot and about a millions times better than Twilight.

Twilight - It is hormones, I tell you.

  • Nov. 24th, 2008 at 6:25 PM
naanima: ([Misc] Relax)
So, Twilight, the film, not the book, I kind of really want to see it, call it morbid curiosity. I have been reading too much Robert Pattinson interviews, the result? I want to pat the boy on the head and feed him cookies. Oh gods, the clucky-ness will not leave. It just that he obviously didn't realise what he was signing up for, and now is coming across as really freaked out and dazed by the female fans; the insane mob of female stalkers. My mothering instincts are coming out full force.

Uh-hum. So, um, yeah. *EMBARRASSED*.


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