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AfrikaJeffery wrote:I read the Twilight series way before the movies were set to be made and I loved the series. But to be honest, once I saw the movies they made me realize how obsessed Bella is over Edward and personally I think Jacob would have been a better choice for her or anyone else for that matter. The relationship doesn't seem healthy and looking back on the books they do not seem as great as they did before the movies came out. Also I have read a lot of books about vampires and they all had somewhat similar persepectives on vampires lifestyles but Stephanie Meyers was the worst. Sparkling vampires? That detail should have stayed in her dreams.
I have to agree. I realize the teen angst is the modern day Romeo and Juliet with vampires only as a background for the love affair, but really, in movie two when Bella cried trough 3/4 of the movie, I nearly left the theater!
I am team Jacob all the way!
The movies are entertaining, but I haven't gone to see this last one... mostly because I already know exactly what's going to happen from overexcited fans who spilled the beans!
if i would have not read the book, i probably would have enjoyed the movie immensly. But because i have read not only twilight but the entire series i now know each character very well.
The movie, in itself, was very good. Yet, it felt incomplete to me because it left out ALLOTT of detail. There were many parts of the book i was waiting anxiously to see in the movie that simply werent there. So, in my personal opinion, i didn't enjoy the movie as much as i thought i would. But like i said, in itself, its a very good movie. If MAYBBEE could have been as good as the book if it were to be 5 or 6 or maybe 10 hours long. Otherwise, it's pretty much impossible.
My advice always read the books first, they are always better.
jitty wrote:Book no doubt. Movie wasn't bad but nothing compares to the books. Except the last book were Meyer seemed to just finish the series off quickly making the end of the fourth book look really dumb.
THANK YOU!! I felt like the end was a total cop-out. It was like she had no idea how to finish it so just did a really rushed job of it. I enjoyed both the book and movie from just a basic entertainment standpoint. But the end of the last book was rubbish!!