I tried to prolong seeing this movie for as long as I could, but my curiosity and love for this series proved to be much stronger than my own will power. I'm sad that this is the last film. I will truly miss all the characters and am praying that there will be another flick in the near future. That being said, let's talk about Breaking Dawn Part 2 without revealing any spoilers. All those who read the books are aware that the 'battle' scene was all talk and no action. The Cullens assemble their band of witnesses, the volturri strides in with blood in their eyes and vengeance in their hearts, but in the end, Alice shows up with the proof they need and the volturri go their merry sweet way. They all lived happily ever after. The End.
The ending will leave you stunned. The battle scene; breathless. My knuckles still hurt from gripping the edges of my seat.
It definitely lived up to all gossip. I was both shocked and mortified by what the writers came up with...seriously...I almost threw my bag of popcorn at the screen and stormed out in tears. It was worth watching till the very end and every Twihard will be more than pleased with the final film. It will tug at your hearts, make you laugh, make you cry but most of all it will give you closure. With a heavy heart, I bid the Twilight Saga farewell.
It's day sixteen of nanowrimo. Very disappointed to say that I've fallen behind...a few days behind. Still, I am very proud of what I've written so far and cannot wait until it is finished. I probably won't meet the nanowrimo deadline but it won't stop me from pressing on with the book. I can't wait to share the secrets that surround the town of Fort Nelson with you guys.
Tonight, like every Sunday night, I prepared myself mentally for the newest episode of the walking dead. I've been hearing rumors that this particular episode was going to be of epic proportions and boy were my sources right.
First of all, whenever any silent, heart tugging moments happen within the walking dead universe, we know some serious sh*t is about to go down. Like when Lori and Rick had that moment right before the walkers crept up behind them, scattering the members of the group in different directions. While Herschel and Beth stayed conceal behind a fence, T.dog gets bitten from behind. He then escaped inside the prison with Carol, believing that God was going to help him get her to safety. From the moment he was bitten I already knew that he was going to die. That was inevitable, but still, a small part of me was hoping for some miraculous intervention. Like maybe T.dog was immune or something, but deep down I knew he was a goner. Still, I was surprised that he died in such a cruel, horrifying manner. I suppose I should be proud that this man of very few words went down in a 'blaze of glory.' Sure, up until now he was a background actor, but he proved to be a true hero in the end. R.I.P T.dog (man of little words) Carol's whereabouts are still unknown. However, Daryl finds her scarf or whatever that thing was wrapped around her head and assumes she's dead.
Then through all the chaos Lori goes into labor with no one to help but Maggie and Carl. I hated Lori as much as the next person did, but I wouldn't wish her death on anyone. It certainly veered completely away from the comics, which is fine with me to some extent. Anyways, after a few parting words to her son, Lori begs Maggie to cut the baby out of her and Maggie reluctantly complies. This scene was gore to the max and a small part of me died along with Lori. Carl put her down before she could turn and Rick broke down like a little baby when he finds out that Lori is dead. That ending was gut wrenching to me. With a heavy heart I say goodbye to Lori. Shane is waiting for you on the other side.
Dear Walking Dead writers, How dare you make me cry in a show about zombies? I am absolutely gutted...like Lori, except she's dead and I'm not. I'm proud of T.dog. He went from being a background actor, to being a hero in the end. My heart is truly broken, more so when Rick curled up and cried like a little baby. *sigh* I'll never be the same again. P.S Please don't kill Daryl. My heart can't take it. Thanks
It's National Novel Writing Month and to say the least this is an experience like no other. The whole idea is to finish a complete 50, 000 word novel in one month(November), without going back to review your work or editing anything you've already written. That is the hardest part for me.
I started off with a blank slate. The only thing I really did research on was the location or the setting for which the novel was going to take place . I also did some basic research on google about different creatures that go bump in the night. I had no idea what the story was going to be about and to be honest, I still don't, but I like the challenge. So far, it's been going smoothly. I have all these ideas in my head now about each character and where I want to take them on this journey. This book will be called, Heart of Ice. Although I made a book cover, I am unsure whether or not I will be seeking publication for this particular novel. I'm just going to enjoy the ride and see where this brand new world takes me.
Are you participating in NaNoWriMo?