I'm really not trying to argue here, but to me, the way Kristen did her twitching and blinking did not evoke book Bella to me at all. And since when did difficulty breathing and speaking result in constant blinking? I would have much rather seen Bella blush, rather than look like she's having a seizure.ForJazz926 wrote:People say she was too twitchy sometimes. Once in Bio - when she is totally floored by Edward's voice and his gaze. Just like Bella. Another time when he suggested she go to Jacksonville - when she was almost in pain at the thought of being separated from him. Just like Bella. Check the scenes in the movie where she's twitchy or blinks a lot with the same scenes in the book. Bella often describes how she had difficulty breathing and speaking around Edward. That's what Kristen was doing.
roseaurora wrote:Who here can blush on command? And how to do show someone's heart rate increasing? Its just like people who don't like the way Rob portrayed smelling Bella the first time, when he covered his mouth and nose. If he had just stopped breathing... it wouldn't have shown up on screen at all...
slightlyobsessed wrote:Forgive me for saying so, Heart_In_Hand, but it seems as though it is you who are seeking something worth bickering about. In fact, I found your last post to be somewhat bitter and snide. Your sarcasm was not lost on me, but might I say that I think you judge most of us and our comments here much too harshly.
slightlyobsessed wrote:I also don't profess to know Bella or Edward, but is it okay for me to talk about them?
ForJazz926 wrote:Heart_In_Hand - your honesty is refreshing, and I think it was very cool of you to step back and take another look. And I know exactly how you feel - it's terrible how judgmental people become over total strangers. I feel like they should be left alone. Both from the people who love them to the point of worship and stalking, and from the people who seem to think they are better than them. And while they did make a conscious decision to live that life, it still doesn't make it right the way they are treated at times.
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