Washington's Spork town sheriff, Frank Crane, welcomes back his returning daughter, Becca. Despite obvious signs, Becca takes an unusually long time to recognise the halloween decorations up, all over. Even the odd appearances of various people, including her old friend, Jacob White, whose suddenly got canine traits (including a tail), and his odd urge to chase cats. She falls in love with sickly pale Edward Sullen, a member of the depressed, bloodthirsty adopted family of Dr. Carlton.Written by
Derric meets Becca in the school corridor and opens his backpack, it doesn't close completely when he puts it on his back. In the next scene, the backpack is closed. See more »
[sees Edward glittering in the sun]
Edward, we love you. You're the best.
No, Jacob's the best!
[smacks Team Edward's face with a shovel]
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The UK cinema version is heavily cut to receive a 12A certificate. See more »
First of all, I'm a fan of the Twilight Saga BOOKS. I'm not a fan of the movies, though I do watch them. The acting in the Twilight Saga is horrendous. Bella (K. Stewart) always looks constipated, Edward (R. Pattinson) always looks like he's smelling poop on his upper lip and so on. Nobody in these movies can act. So for others to say that the acting in Vampires Suck is horrible, they are just ridiculous.
Spoofs are supposed to be made that way! Actually, I honestly think the acting is quite a bit better in this comedy. As well as the cast and the make-up! Which is pretty sad. Just goes to show how greedy Summit is that they don't want to shell out a few bucks on wardrobe and such for a great movie. In any case, if you're a fan of Twilight (as I am) and want a good laugh and are competent enough to understand that this film was created in good spirits, then I suggest you watch it. Otherwise, you can stay home and pout about this hilarious movie.
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