Maps to the Stars, 2014 (x)

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Vampire movie review: I just came back from seeing this- yeah I know I said I was going to go see ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ but it wasn’t playing until later so I saw this. Obviously I was expecting it to be silly, and I was expecting it to be self-aware of its silliness- but it’s not! This movie takes itself dead seriously, and because of that it doesn’t really work. You never get over your initial feeling of scoffing “Well, that’s just silly!” whereas if the tone was more self-parody you would have been laughing along with it. Dominic Cooper, what are you doing in this movie? There’s cool special effects and the vampires are sort of bad ass. I found it boring overall. Yes, it’s boring. How do you make Abraham Lincoln killing vampires boring?! I don’t know, but they did. The whole time I was thinking, “Does this really need to be a movie? It seems like something that would work better as a Youtube series.” 2/5 stars.

Vampire movie review: I just came back from seeing this- yeah I know I said I was going to go see ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ but it wasn’t playing until later so I saw this. Obviously I was expecting it to be silly, and I was expecting it to be self-aware of its silliness- but it’s not! This movie takes itself dead seriously, and because of that it doesn’t really work. You never get over your initial feeling of scoffing “Well, that’s just silly!” whereas if the tone was more self-parody you would have been laughing along with it. Dominic Cooper, what are you doing in this movie? There’s cool special effects and the vampires are sort of bad ass. I found it boring overall. Yes, it’s boring. How do you make Abraham Lincoln killing vampires boring?! I don’t know, but they did. The whole time I was thinking, “Does this really need to be a movie? It seems like something that would work better as a Youtube series.” 2/5 stars.

'Snow White' takes bite out of N. America box office

"Snow White and the Huntsman" was the fairest of them all at the North American box office over the weekend with a $56.3 million debut, industry estimates showed Sunday. The film starring Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart of "Twilight" fame, which offers a new twist on the classic fairy tale, knocked the sci-fi comedy sequel "Men in Black 3" off the top of the charts.