pennybug84 wrote:Oh something else, I read an interview w/MR who said that she just read Twilight when she was writing the script so that she would't be influenced and what not by what happens in the other books. But when it comes to some things that hurt the story and now they'll have some catching up to do in the other movies. (Like in NM they're going to have to explain who the Vultori are in the beginning so the whole Italy thing makes sense.)
by TeamEdward1918 on Wed Mar 18, 2009 10:51 pm
I agree shortstuff... Don't understand why she decided to do that
MommyJen wrote:My other big complaint was the relationship between Charlie and Bella. In the film, I don't feel like there is a connection between the two. In the book, Bella truly cares for her Dad and worries about his welfare greatly (hence her cooking and absolute freak out when James may endanger him and when she had to leave him). In the film she always seemed short with Charlie and somewhat annoyed by his presence. Charlie also seemed too stoic and I wasn't particularly a fan of him constantly drinking beer. I don't have a prolem with people drinking beer, but this seemed to make him out to be a loser dad who hasn't been in his kid's life. In the book, Charlie's heart was broken and never really moved on from Renée. You don't get that vibe from him the movie. Also, I feel that Bella cooking for Charlie shows a great deal of her nurturing and self-sacrificing character. For them to eat at a diner every night really annoyed me. Plus, the one scene where they were eating in the kitchen, Bella asks her dad in a cruel tone, "Are you done?" and takes his plate from him. I just think this whole characterization goes against Bella and Charlie in a negative way for the film.
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