-soooo I'm still alive…plus right :) For some reason I felt the need to add to this, don't get me wrong the movie was great – I found it highly humorous more than anything. These were more or less just some passing comments through my friends, family and I however.
I let out a groan of annoyance as we stepped out of the cinema. 'Great, just what I needed' I thought to myself. Edward turned, watching me with a raised eyebrow. I huffed as he pulled me towards him, wrapping his arms around me as I buried my head in his chest. "That was terrible."
With a soft chuckle, Edward kissed the top of my head, "I don't know – I thought the girl was somewhat attractive." He murmured. I pulled away so I could examine his expression. He looked amused, teasing me. I glared at him, or rather, the best glare I could achieve for the Greek God standing before me. "However, nothing in comparison to the real thing." He let his lips form into my favourite smile, crooked, it took my breath away for a second.
"The acting though" he frowned as I continued "It was completely dry. Nothing like us. The meadow scene was embarrassing; I should hope it wasn't that awkward."
"I knew I shouldn't have let you go and see it." He grumbled, I continued anyway.
"Robert Pattins-" Edward chuckled at the obvious disgust in my tone. I pouted "Not nearly as amazing as you. Tom Sturridge would have done much better." He grinned, taking my hand as we started walking to his car.
"Ah, should I be jealous of Mr. Sturridge?" he chuckled, making a joke of it. I narrowed my eyes at him.
"Not as much as you should be jealous of Kellan Lutz." I teased, licking my lips in a 'man-he-was-sexy' motion. He grumbled, opening the car door for me. Once I was in he closed it and was in the driver's seat in no time. After he had started up the engine I continued.
"I didn't like that film at all; sure they got the main points in it. Yet the little things mattered too." Remaining quiet Edward waited for the rest. It didn't come. He turned his attention my way "Watch the road!" I exclaimed. He chuckled, and for my benefit turned his eyes back to the road.
"Talk to me Bella." He sighed; still clearly annoyed that he was unable to read my thoughts.
"They made me seem like a needy, whiny, little girl whilst you came out as a creepy, old man." I grumbled, irked that they had extended the natures of their worst traits. Edward couldn't help but laugh as I tried to explain. "I'm aware that they couldn't completely add in my thoughts and every action into the movie, but they could have added in how desirable you were to me. Not captured at all."
Edward chuckled "I thought that they got that part down rather well." I rolled my eyes at him playfully. As he pulled the car into his drive, wow, we were back already. "Charlie said that you and Alice could have a sleep over." He commented on my confused expression. A broad smile spread across my face.
We got out of the car and stepped into the house; when we were inside I went over to the sofa and sat next to Emmett.
"The girl blinked, stammered, breathed, mumbled, stood awkwardly too much. Her face was bitter…" I ran a hand through my hair, taking a deep breath. Emmett burst out into his loud booming laughter as he clapped me lightly [for him] on my back. I turned to scowl at him, as Edward stood in the doorway looking amused.
"Bells, you're over thinking things. Rose and I found it highly amusing." I raised my eyebrow sceptically, as did Edward. "Well…I did…Rose didn't complain - so that's something." He winked. I gave out a soft 'humph' and leaned back against the sofa.
"I knew I shouldn't have taken you to see that movie." I turned my direction back to Edward.
"No, no, it's fine." I tried to amend it "That just means there will be less fan girls for you and more for your brothers."