I went to the marathon and sat there and cried at the end it was amazing and i cant believe that the series is over and done. this was a part of my journey of becoming a writer. by the way, the scene you are talking about was epic and the way it was filmed made it even more realistic. ive already seen part 2 twice and cant wait till it comes out on DVD bc then it will come out near my bday in march!
I know EXACTLY what you are talking about. My friend and I were in complete shock. I had a mini anxiety attack because I thought they completely ruined the movie (plus, he's my favorite character! ) You could cut the tension in the theater with a knife and our friend who was sitting next to us was laughing at everyone. He had never seen so many book nerds freak out lol
People where literally freaking out though, like the whole theater was screaming and everything and yea it defiantly made the movie for me.. I knew nothing about the books so I didn't know that wasn't supposed to happen but it defiantly made it amusing. I honestly don't know the last time I enjoyed a movie so much.
Ooh so you didnt watch them in the correct order? O.o, yeah I have to say I dont find them spectacular either, but the first one was definatly better than the second on in my opinion Hm well, I geuss i'll catch it on dvd some time them
watch as the crowds of twilight haters scowl over their cups of earl grey tea, screaming quotes they don't understand from stephen king and various other people they drool over, explaining how much twilight sucks, and how they don't understand that so many people like it.
i have yet to meet over 20 twilight fans, on the internet or not.
i'm indifferent to it. new moon was ridiculous, both film and book, and breaking dawn as a book kind of sucked ass. apparently the film is way different to the book, and -spoiler- the battle does actually happen, which has vaguely got me interested.