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'Eclipse' Weekly Poll

EclipseA lot of you Twi-hards who saw Eclipse multiple times thought it was the best in the Twilight Trilogy thus far. Now we're wondering how you thought it measured up to the book, which a lot of you read before watching the movie.

Most of you fall into one of these three camps: 1. Although you liked the movie, you didn't think it did the book justice. You understand that the filmmakers couldn't cram every part of the book into a 2-hour screenplay, however, you still believe crucial parts were left out. 2. You're part of the group that thought the movie was better because of the action scenes, the faster pace, added humor and a few tweaks to character development. 3. And the rest of you seem to be split right down the middle, sort of like Team Switzerland, deeming the book and movie as equally entertaining, stand-alone mediums. So which did you like better? Let us know what you think in the poll below!

 

Results from last week's poll:
How many times do you plan on watching 'Eclipse'?
38% of you said "More than three times!"
27% of you said "Twice."
20% of you said "Once."
15% of you said "Three times!"

 

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