Real-life lovers Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, whose love story started with the Twilight fame, faced the biggest crisis in their relationship–infidelity.
While infidelity is not uncommon to many couples, I just kinda feel bad for Pattinson. And I am not a Twilight fan. So I can understand why so many fans are irate at Kristen.
And I am not practicing a double standard in terms of accepting a male’s infidelity while a woman is ostracized much. It is just that males are commonly labeled as the liars and cheaters in the relationship. Here is one guy who values love and monogamy in a relationship so much and he found a girl who does not respect that.
Seriously, I always think that cheaters should be lumped together so that they will know how painful it is when a lover goes to the other side of the fence. Anyway, I do hope that Robert will find a lady love who will be true to him. Gosh…and I am not even a fan! But cheating is cheating and betrayal is a tough thing.
To those who do not know the story: Kristen Stewart was caught on cam in compromising positions with Rupert Sanders–the director of her recent film, Snow White and the Huntsmen. The photos were published and the whole Twilight world was shaken. Sanders is married man and has two kids. He has much to lose in this controversy. But another question is being asked: Will this affect the next Twilight movie? We will see.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
So we finally got to watch The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) starring Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker/Spider-Man), Emma Stone (Gwen Stacy) and Rhys Ifans (Dr. Kurt Connors/The Lizard).
We left Dindin with the helper so that hubby and I can have our movie date. It is our couple’s time. It is way past by birthday now. We just got so busy and didn’t have the time during my birthday. Related story: Movie Date on My Birthday
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone play Spider-Man and Gwen Stacy in the movie. Photo from geeknation.com
So what can I say about the movie? Well, although my husband says that the storyline is quite accurate as it was in the comics, I cannot really say that I am thrilled to watch it. I guess I am not satisfied. While the story was explored in the movie, it is not as exciting as I thought it would be. Or maybe I just got used to The Avengers? I mean am I looking for such standard in superhero movies?
I am not a movie critic. If ever, I judge a film by how it stimulates my emotions. And honestly, this movie does not excite me at all. And it does not help that I felt cheated by the fact that this is reboot. Oh well.
By the way, this is the first time that I saw Emma Stone as a blond girl. Hubby says that is her natural hair color. Imagine that? But I think she is more appealing as a brunette.
The Amazing Spider-Man also stars Denis Leary (Captain Stacy), Martin Sheen (Uncle Ben), Sally Field (Aunt May), Irrfan Khan (Rajit Ratha), Campbell Scott (Richard Parker), and Embeth Davidtz (Mary Parker). Directed by Marc Webb.
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