Always looking for ways to overthrow or fight the Volturi, Stefan and Vladimir come to Forks when they hear news of the Cullens standing against their foes. They are not so much interested in Renesmee as they are in their personal vendettas.
I have always been a vampire fan so when the first movie came out I had to see it. My daughter was in high school at the time and she read all of the books. She has thought it was weird that I liked the movies so much, but she also knows how I have always liked vampires. So this year I am taking her to see it at the midnight opening.
I must say it has been a wonderful series and I wish it could go on. Some of the fan fiction would be wonderful to explore the stories they have came up with, but it is time to move on from the series. I hope that the actors remain friends and continue to have success. I still will continue to watch this series along with my ann rice movies and other vampire collections
I am an avid Twilight fan. I have read the books and I have seen all the movies except for "Breaking Dawn, Pt. 2"!!! I am looking forward to seeing this movie too. I have also bought all of the DVD's! I watch them quite often. Now that Edward and Bella are married and have a daughter, I hope Stephanie will continue the saga of the Cullens, the Wolf pack, and the Volturi!!!! I am looking forward to her next book. I AM A TWiliGHT Fan forever!!!! GOTTA LOVE IT!
DIS IS to ms.cint i didtoo
I thought that the vamps eyes were red when they were thirsty and brown after they have fed. Remember Bella woke up with red eyes.
Lastly what happened to the school's photographer?
They have red eyes if they drink human blood. That's why the Cullens have amber eyes, because they drink animal blood. When they're thirsty, their eyes turn black. When Bella first became a vampire, she had red eyes because she still had human blood in her (which is also why she was stronger than Emmett).
Oh and a PS here.... I had to have a C30 after the first movie!!! Awesome vehicle!
I have read all of Stephanies books and particularly loved the one from Edwards point of view. It would be nice if she could finish it. The movies are all great in the continuation of the story in their separate ways. The first movie (foot print in dirt bugged me.) The ring? REally? That wasn't the style back then. I suppose one could pick them all apart. But personally, I love them all and watch them repeatedly. A romantic at heart, the love story epic is wonderful. I love to allow myself to become emotionally involved in some of the scenes. I get goosebumps, cry a little. Laugh too! I'm very thankful to all who have committed to making them. Looking forward to the finale, and just hoping for possibly a future book/movie?
i am atrue twi-hard fan. after watching New Moon i was totally in love with all the characters. I felt the emotion the book conveyed. But this new movie did not give me the feeling i was looking for. It was like who ever edited the movie just threw scenes together, there was no concrete flow to it. The romantic scenes were to fast
and not enough emotion, the scenery looked phony and Bella's ring was hideous. I don't blame her for not wanting to wear that ugly ring . I know Edward has better taste than that. The best part of the movie was at the opening act and the fight scenes. I can't believe Stephanie is happy with this film. I'm disapointed and hope that Mr. Condon does a better job at following the book. Juantu52
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