Twilight is everywhere....

            Twilight is everywhere...But here. So sad, yet still excited. At least Twilight may be shown when it's a holiday in the Philippines. There is an offchance that I will be able to see it and hopefully with my niece. I converted her into a Twilight addict. We're looking forward to the opening of SM City Rosales and hoping that we get to watch Twilight there. 
People everywhere are raving about it. Of course, there are a lot of expectations when you watch something you've already read. Reviews for the movie is also out. In case you want to read one, head on out to this site: Found Not Lost 
I liked her review but then there's another one, which I don't know if I should take into heart at : NY Times 
           So, like everyone else in my dingy little city, I will have to wait. But then, I'm biased so I don't think I can provide a fair review. I usually find every book I've read that is put into a movie better in the book. But then, I love it when it is placed in a movie because I get to see a clearer picture. I don't read and visualize how lines are delivered or how they look. I just feel the emotions. I don't obsess over the color of the hair, how they'd look, it's more of the characters and their representation. I read fast and I don't stop until I finish a book. I have a habit of rereading though especially if I liked certain parts. 
I'm currently rereading twilight, breaking dawn and reading Patricia Cornwell's The Body Farm. I forgot, I also am rereading The Host, also by Stephenie Meyer. 
             Here's a photo from the movie. Photo Credits to NY TIMES.
Edward looks human here.

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