Logic's Insight: Twilight Part 4Reason #4 for hating Twilight: Everything else!
So if you've been paying attention up to this point, then you'll see that Twilight lacks everything that a love story needs to work. It doesn't have characters that we care about, it doesn't have a relationship dynamic that fits with the story or the choices of the characters, and it's story is dull and stretched out longer than it needs to without anything ever affecting the characters or testing their bonds. The lore of the saga can't even stay consistent with itself and doesn't leave any room for real dramatic tension.
Despite this, the saga is selling extremely well. The saga is a gold mine! The books sell extremely well since the first book's debut and have garnered a moderate amount of critical praise because of it's influence; the movies have grossed a grand total of two and a half billion dollars on a total budget of two hundred and fifty million dollars; and it has a large and powerfull
Logic's Insight: Twilight Part 2
Reason #2 for hating Twilight, the relationship and dynamic
So we all know that Twilight's entire infrastructure is no longer valid because the central characters of the love story fail to make us care about them. Without that, we don't care about them getting together or about what might happen because of it.
But let's pretend that physical features can constitute a bond and that we care about them for a few minutes. It wouldn't matter because everything about their relationship and the dynamic it holds is wrong. Everything about their little tale is so horribly wrong.
You see, every love story has a certain dynamic that affects it's mood and tone, kind of like an overarching cloud that the story lies within. These dynamics come out in how the love story plays out and can wildly vary since love stories are so diverse and numerous.
Here's a few examples: Passsionate but forbidden romance; an animosity that still remains despite a g
I am a writer because I was born that way. I have stories in my head all the time. Most of then never get written down or finished. If I never make a single penny from my work I am still a writer. I will die with a bookshelf full of my notebooks with all my little writings in them.
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