Haha. Teenagers are so silly! The things that they are into make me Lots Of Love. Of course, we were all teenagers once. Who could ever forget the first time you went deep into the forest to break up with your girlfriend and then left her there? Or the time that a rastafarian vampire tried to kill you, but not before offering you some very serious relationship advice. “I think that you need to consider how his actions make you feel, rather than just listening to the words he is saying. Now I am going to eat your FACE.”
Also, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are not very good at their jobs. “Your motivation is paper cut.”
But the real issue that I have with this movie is its apparent disregard for TANK TOP CONTINUITY. I don’t want to be Professor Shirts over here, but why did the bare-chested wolf boy go into the cabin to put on a t-shirt if he was just going to run out of the cabin and turn into a wolf and blow his t-shirt right back off his body? If I was his mom (not his dad? Whatever, you’re missing the point) I would be like “I’m not buying you any more tank tops until you stop blowing them into shreds when you transform into a wolf boy.” And he would slam his door, knocking the Yield-sign-shaped-sign that says “PARENTS KEEP OUT!” onto the floor, and I would go into the kitchen and have a glass of wine and imagine how nice it would be when he finally goes to Werewolf College and I can finally have some peace.