Vampire4eva wrote:twilightpoint wrote:An honest review of the movie, Twilight.
Did you write that review?
I actually agree with the positive comments in the review but I have to disagree with some of the negative comments.
I think reading the books gives false hope and actually heightens expectations, I can say that because the first time I saw this film I hadnt read the book.
Ifeellikerain wrote:twilightpoint wrote:An honest review of the movie, Twilight.
hmm I thought your review was interesting, I agreed with all of your good, not all of your bad. I think anyone who has read the book is definitely placing way too much on the actors, especially robert and kristen and rosalie. no one is ever going to live up to everyones expectations! but still, a very nice review!
personally i loved robert pattinson as edward..i had read MS on Stephenies site and as I watched the movie I felt like he was thinking exactly what edward was thinking...but Im not sure it always came off properly, some of his reactions kinda made me laugh out loud but over all i liked him!
I was ok with a lot of the special effects too because they could have been SO much worse. Maybe I was just so scared that they would be bad that when I actually saw the movie i was just relieved more than anything
I made various friends go with me who hadn't read the book, some hated it and some loved it so Im kind of curious how the experience would be if i had never read the books...
watchoverme wrote:I hope they pay attention to those finer points as well. It's little things like that that make a huge impact on fans like us. Between that and the lack of a spoken "I love you"...oof. Although for the most part I do highly, highly enjoy the movie. But, I'm hoping that the screenplay for New Moon takes what was learned from Twilight and improves on those things.
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