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Vampires Suck (Extended Bite Me Edition) [Blu-ray]
Sink your teeth into the Extended Bite Me Edition of the hysterically funny spoof, Vampires Suck--with more outrageous humor and bloody good fun! Becca, an angst-ridden teenager at a new high school, finds herself torn between two supernatural suitors: a moody vampire and an extremely hairy werewolf. From the comedy masterminds who brought you Scary Movie and co-starring Ken Jeong (The Hangover), this laugh-out-loud comedy will leave you howling for more!
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However, for hard core Twilight fans - this will be a funny and interesting movie.
The actors should have been embarrassed. And who would have come up with the money to back this one?
I am not going to waste your time with the finer points (what finer points?) of the film. Jo I would just say if it were free it would not be worth watching on a bet.
The highlight is when someone tells Frank that he is missing the big picture. We look at a "big" picture and Frank says "That is a big picture". Ha ha very funny and so well thought out.
If your collecting all the movie spoof comedies (Like i am),
go ahead and add this one. But it's not as good as some of
the ones you already have.
DON'T SPEND ALOT FOR IT!!!!
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However, Vampires Suck was AWESOME! Just watching Jenn Proske's phenomenal impersonation of Kristen Stewart's twitchy performance was enough to have me laughing like a maniac. So if you fall into the small category of people who've seen and disliked the Twilight movies and also know a lot about the series through the books then you will like this movie.
I usually stray away from parody movies of late, mostly due to the fact that they are getting dumber and dumber... not to mention more vulgar as each new movie is made. However, the writers of this movie really did their homework. This movie does a great job of taking all those people obsessed with Twilight and giving them a big 'ole middle finger.
All in all, a great movie for anyone who was forced to see or have anything to do with the twilight saga. 5 Stars!
Clearly from the negative reaction, nobody really liked this movie. But I was surprised to find myself laughing harder than I had in a long time at this silly movie. The humor is well-done and excellently paced, typically lasting five minutes without some gag, and it pokes fun at Twilight in every way imaginable. Granted, most of the humor I laughed so hard at was slap-stick and, in one case, toilet humor (come on, a fart can be occasionally funny). But it was stupid laughs, and I was grateful for this movie cheering me up a bit.
Naturally, these kind of movies come ridden with sexual innuendos, and there were a couple cringe-worthy jokes sprinkled throughout the layers of "Vampires Suck". You have to be ready to ignore these and accept the movie for the bigger picture- it's just a movie making fun of a movie, made by grown-ups who never really grew up.
The acting was well-done, and they all timed their humor perfectly. Some of the gags were outright random (Lady Gaga, vampire squirrel) and others placed there with no coincidence (the joke about Tiger Woods, anyone?), and most of it was unbeliavable and slapstick, but throughly funny. It's almost worrying how perfectly the main actress who portrays Becca (aka Bella) nails Kristen Stewart's awkward lip-biting, twitchy, blinking performance in Twilight. It openly makes fun of Edward, what with his angsty expressions and poofy hair. The movie adds in jokes that you know can be traced directly from Twilight and a few jokes that we as the audience have sufficed (for example, the fact that Bella is a boring, awkward individual, and yet every hot guy has a thing for her).
Overall, it's the kind of movie either you'll like or you'll hate. I fully expected to turn it off halfway through, but ended up enjoying it. Swimming through the vast pop references (I'm shocked Justin Bieber didn't appear somewhere alone the line) and tongue-in-cheek humor (Bella's room has been left exactly the way she left it- quite literally), it's a fun, stupid movie that's worth a rent if you love Twilight, or if you love hating Twilight.
Over all, Vampires Suck really doesn't suck that much. Actually, it is a great spoof with some bite and insight, which rises above some of the recent spoof failures aimed at dumbing down comedy.
Vampires are quickly overtaking the little town of Sporks, Washington, and Becca's dumb and clueless father, portrayed by the great Diedrich Bader, who is the Sheriff of Sporks, can't seem to get to the bottom of the mystery. Meanwhile, the mortal enemies of the vampires are the werewolves, which just so coincidentally one of them happens to be another local boy that Becca knows named Jacob, played by Christopher N. Riggi. Jacob falls madly in love with Becca, and warns her about staying away from Edward...and, well, we get a whole lot of hilarious gags based on this preposterous love triangle.
You really do have to be familar with the Twilight Saga premise in order to enjoy this spoof movie because while it's titled Vampires Suck, there's really not a whole lot of vampire spoofing in this film outside of the Twilight movies. But, for what it does poke fun at, Vampires Suck does very well. I give it two wooden stakes up.