Friday, November 20, 2009

RESURFACING FOR NEW MOON


Ok, I am resurfacing in my seemingly insanely busy life (I knew it would get this way once September hit!) to blog about going to see NEW MOON tonite.

Yes, I wanted to do the whole MIDNIGHT showing thing, but it did not work out with the other girls I am going with. We have been planning to go together for ONE YEAR!! Yes - and we also plan to go NEXT YEAR to Eclipse, which just got done filming 2 weeks ago.

And I did hear officially that the NEW MOON midnight showing ALONE brought in a little over 26 million, which is a record.

I have thoroughly enjoyed being a TWI-MOM as they call us. When I teach my fitness classes, at least 2 or 3 of the classes, we will work out to the twilight or New Moon soundtracks - then I have an excuse to see who the other twi-moms are!

I am a nerd, I know, but its FUN!! CANT WAIT TO SEE THE MOVIE - 10 o clock showing BABY!!

3 comments:

Lehikoinens said...

Aaron and I went to the midnight showing last night. It really was fun! I was sore, and tired, but well worth it, since last year I didn't see it until a few days later. I'm sure you'll enjoy it, I did, I think I didn't enjoy as much as I thought because New Moon really is my least favorite book. But it has made me even more excited for Eclipse. I think the action scenes were FANTASTIC and with all the action in the third book... I'm excited!! I can't wait to hear what you thought about it.

Bonnie and Brian Wayne said...

LOVED LOVED LOVED it - I have already seen it twice. Once with the girls, and once with Brian - right after the adult stake conf. session - put us right in the mood - lol.

I thought the cinementography was MUCH better, and I thought the make-over they gave the vampires was much better as well.

I thought Rob did a better job doing Edward - much more similar to what I pictured. With twlight - I was perplexed for a long time why they picked him. I get it now.

Bonnie and Brian Wayne said...

AND I thought Kristen Stewart was much more cohesive with her part - she wasn't as eyelid-fluttery or chopping up her words with nervousness. AND she smiled more, which always bugged me about Twilight - she never smiled to her friends. So this time I think the director helped guide her with some of those anomalies.