Judging by the posts showing up in my subscriptions this morning, I think a good 25% of the bloggers I follow are giggly Twi-hards.
I'm having more fun reading the reviews of movie reviewers like Roger Ebert (who doesn't seem to like New Moon very much). And for once, I think I'd have to agree with the Vatican:
"This theme of vampires in Twilight combines a mixture of excesses that, as ever, is aimed at young people and gives a heavy esoteric element. ... This film is nothing more than a moral vacuum with a deviant message and as such should be of concern."
I can't speak about the movie, but that certainly applies to the books. Just because nobody has sex doesn't mean a movie or book is "moral". I'm not sure exactly what the Vatican is referring to there, though. Is it the shallow emphasis on shiny cars and physical perfection? Is it the violence? Or is it the old men who hang around in places where they'll have access to underage kids? Hmmm...