My older sister dragged me to this movie. About halfway through the film, after a scene that I found somewhat distasteful, the following exchange ensued:
ME: I blame you for all of this.
HER: This is a good movie!
So I am aware that not everyone will feel about this movie the way I did. I am not a horror aficionado. I don’t like vampires. But I think I have a fair review to give of this film. Succinctly: it was not very good. My main issues with it are that a) the screenplay was a cookie-cutter product that was probably written based on the guidelines of a How To Write A Screenplay handbook; b) the characters and action sequences were uninteresting; and c) the kiss between David Tennant and Anton Yelchin did not last long enough.