Twilight fans overruled
Mark Martinho, Staff Writer
December 8, 2011
Filed under Opinion
Let’s get the silver bullets and stakes out!
With the latest movie “Breaking dawn, Part 1” being released, where are the Anti-Twilights going to hide?
The anti-Twilight fans can’t take the constant Jacob shirts, the I <3 Vampire bracelets, or even the high pitched shrieks of girls when they mention a shirtless werewolf.
Junior Hailey Marchitiello is also annoyed by the Twilight obsessed fans. “Some of them are okay. The ones that are 0overly obsessive really annoy me,” Marchitiello said.
The first movie should have been enough, making five is pathetically desperate. “Vampire Suck” is the movie to love if you can’t stand Twilight.
Some Twilight fans may say they’re not over reacting, but if a non-Twilight fans sees a girl jumping around in line for a movie then she is labeled as “annoying.” People need to understand that Twilight is JUST a movie, nothing more, nothing less. There is no need to be “in love” with a movie.
Junior Maddie Ingraham said Twilight fans can be annoying.
“It all depends really on how in love they are with it. If they have read the books or saw the movies and just said something like, ‘yeah, I liked them, I thought they were good,’ then no they don’t (annoy me),” Ingraham said. “If it’s something like, ‘oh my gosh, that is the best movie ever! Team Edward is the best!’ then yeah, that annoys me.”
Male Twilight fans are what concerns some people.
“A movie that is suppose to attract the eyes of the female viewers… not male, ” Junior Robby Phillips said.
Sophomore Lionel Moreno agrees with what Phillips.
“I think it’s pretty weird because only girls usually like it,” Moreno said.
November 18 the horror begins as hundreds of girls flock to the movie theater… and even some guys. Anti-Twilight fans across the world will be getting their full nights’ sleep while Twilight fans wait in lines in the freezing cold at the midnight premiere.