Written October 31, 2014
Was a great day. Enjoyed the movies and the company of the die hard twi-fans. The last movie was perfect, full of twists and ended the series beautifully. Would definitely do another saga marathon.
Written April 27, 2015
The title says it all. It was by far the best movie ever. It had action, to romance and surprisingly, comedy. I totally LOVED it. It was amazing. I watched it twice already and will watch it another time! Ah, I love Twilight. The title says it all. It was by far the best movie ever. It had action, to romance and surprisingly, comedy. I totally LOVED it. It was amazing. I watched it twice already and will watch it another time! Ah, I love Twilight. <333
Written July 31, 2015
If you have been following all these movies you have to see the end. Breaking Dawn II will have you totally on the edge of your seat. Hate that this is the end.
Written November 29, 2014
Viewing all 5 movies in 1 day was awesome. I jumped when Bella's eyes opened and they were red even though I was expecting it on Breaking Dawn Part 1. Part 2 was really good as well. I did not expect the fight scene to be just Alice showing Aro what would happen if he stayed on the course he was on. I also enjoyed the little interview snippets between the movies.
Written March 31, 2015
Like many women, I was stunned to find myself so overall intrigued w/ these characters & their story. The promise of love conquering all – It’s the alternate R & J ending we really want in a love story.
My husband & I spent the entire day & night watching The Twilight Saga marathon. (No, I didn’t drag him to it; he’s a bigger fan than I am.) Even after spending all day there, I was gratified w/ the final movie. My emotions even got the better of me towards the end as I shouted an expletive or two, surprising myself more than anyone else. (Nice twist.)
As usual, the score was beautiful. Carter Burwell is the reason why I took interest in the 1st movie. The emotional ebb & flow of his music draws us into their world.
Even though a story like this isn’t for everyone, it appeals to enough people to make it worthwhile to pursue. As for fiction in general, the only real boundaries are that of one’s imagination. Personally, I don’t mind having my stretched once in a while.