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Vampires Suck

Year: 2010
Production Co: Regency
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Director: Jason Friedberg/Aaron Seltzer
Producer: Jason Friedberg/Aaron Seltzer
Writer: Jason Friedberg/Aaron Seltzer
Cast: Jenn Proske, Diedrich Bader, Matt Lanter, Christopher N Riggi

After Date Movie, Epic Movie, Disaster Movie and Meet the Spartans, you don't expect this film to have anything to offer except for a small parcel of jokes that might make you titter a little.

There are actually two surprising elements, however. As Becca Crane and satirising Bella Swan from Twilight, Jenn Proske does a pitch perfect impression of Kirsten Stewart in the role that made her a star, complete with the twitch, hair-over-the-ear and sudden glance at the ground that forms the extent of Stewarts early dramatic range.

And Diedrich Bader as her clueless father Frank has a few moments that rise far above the usual quality you can expect from Friedberg and Seltzer.

It doesn't wield one essential plot and rip off a host of lesser movies this time, but concentrates on the entire Twilight saga as Becca moves to Sporks and meets both Edward and Native American Jacob with his propensity to chase cats.

List most films of its ilk, the plot is a poor excuse to deliver jokes that aren't very good. Steer well clear unless you're in a particularly unfussy mood.

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