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It was good. I was on the edge of my seat from the very beginning. The actors who played the parents, however, sucked. They were absolutely horrible. They were flat nearly the entire time, until maybe the last 30 minutes.
Amazing movie. Everything seemed very calm at times, and then there were moments of intense suspense. I'm glad the girl actually had blood on her mouth when she fed; I've seen vampires depicted in movies and tv shows where they fed and there was no blood on their mouths. How unrealistic.
I think this was very well done. The romance was heartwarming, the violence was intense, and the acting was great. The end was kind of weird, and the bits of partial nudity--and actual nudity--were a bit disturbing, but other than that the movie was very enjoyable. I've rarely been captured from start to finish, but that's how I felt about Let the Right One In.
Boring. The only good part was Anthony Hopkins, and he was barely in it. I was extremely disappointed, having heard so much about this movie.
I thought this was ten times better than The Silence of the Lambs, which nearly put me to sleep. I'm in the minority with that opinion, I know, but that's how I feel. It may be because I love Edward Norton and Ralph Fiennes, whereas the woman in the first one kind of irritated me. But I honestly thought this plot was more interesting and the characters were more interesting as well. Anthony Hopkins was great as usual.
Amazing movie. Heartwarming, funny, and may bring you to tears at some parts. Love it! I do wish we found out what happens when they get back to school on Monday, but maybe it's good they left it where they did.