who_needs_fangs? wrote:The scene where he's describing the meteor that is Bella would be pointless if we already knew he was dieing inside from being away from her. That scene must be swoon-worthy. If the movie has already shown him curled up in a ball, then all that night back in Forks will achieve is making Bella look like an idiot.
edwardlikeshaystacks wrote:But they didn't show anything from Edward's POV in Twilight so I really hope they stick to that.
navarre wrote:I just want him to stay true to the book. My biggest problem is with the screen writer - Melissa Rosenberg. She destroyed Twilight and along with Hardwicke and their crappy interpretation of the book, gave us that sorry excuse of a movie.
Rosenberg has no idea how to adapt a movie from a book. So, yeah, I'm concerned with this. I am hoping that Chris will live up to his letter to the fans and stay true to form. We need Edward gone for the length of time he was in the book. We need and the audience needs to understand why Bella was so heart broken and we need to feel it. The whole purpose of all of this is to show Bella & Jacob's budding relationship and the possible threat this becomes to the Edward/Bella relationship and to feel the excitement and joy that comes from us, the fans, finally seeing Edward once again from the Chapter 'The Race' to the end.
If the core elements of the book are not written in the script and performed right by the cast, we could be in for another 'crap-fest' that was Twilight.
who_needs_fangs? wrote:edwardlikeshaystacks wrote:But they didn't show anything from Edward's POV in Twilight so I really hope they stick to that.
Actually, they did show Edward's POV in Twilight, if they had kept it Bella's POV throughout the whole thing, we never would have seen the fight in the ballet studio, which wasn't really true to the books, since Emmet and Jasper were supposed to have a fight with James outside the ballet studio because they couldn't handle the blood. Edward was just supposed to pull him off...
Back on topic! I'm worried that they won't do a good job distributing the budget for New Moon and spend too much on actors and not enough on special effects.
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